Summary

Number six in multiple New York Times best seller Larry Correia's Monster Hunter series.
Go big or go home.
When Monster Hunter International's top hunter, Owen Zastava Pitt, was given a tip about some hunters who had gone missing in action, he didn't realize their rescue mission would snowball into the single biggest operation in MHI's history. Their men are being held prisoner in a horrific nightmare dimension, and the only way to reach them is through the radioactive ruins of a monster-infested war zone.
As if that wasn't bad enough, it's also the home base of the powerful creature behind the devastating attacks on the Last Dragon and Copper Lake. It turns out ancient gods of chaos really hate trespassers. But this god picked a fight with the wrong crew, and now MHI wants payback. Calling on their allies, a massive expedition is formed, and with the odds stacked against them, a legion of hunters goes to war.
It's D-Day at the City of Monsters.
©2017 Larry Correia (P)2017 Audible, Inc.
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5 out of 5 stars
By N. M. Kosky on 11-03-18

Another goody

This series gets better and better. Too many possible spoilers to say anything than - the gang’s all here!

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5 out of 5 stars
By paul on 01-02-18

These books keep getting better!!!

If you are reading this review and haven’t downloaded book 1 Monster Hunter International stop what you are doing and listen to that book first. These books by Larry Corriea are now part of my favourite book series cannot wait for the next.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Ronald on 09-09-17

No conclusion some continuation

I have absolutely loved the other books. This one just seams forced and does not draw me in. The mojo is just not there.

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4 out of 5 stars
By OnThinIce on 12-08-17

A bit of a disappointment

Where to begin...well, in honor of Monter Hunter Seige's release I relistened to the MHI series to refresh my memory, anticipating it would pick up where #4 and 5 left off. I also found out recently that Mr. Correia lost his father.

With the above in mind I wasn't surprised to discover that the focus of #6 was on Owen Pitt's impending paternity and his introspection of how his father raised him. There are some entertaining parts featuring the lively cast of characters in the MHI universe, but there's also a lot of Owen's internal monologing and dailoging about fatherhood, being a father and coming to grips with his childhood opinions of his father.

I'm sad to say there's a lack of balance in Monster Hunter Seige, the adventure is a secondary or even tertiary concern and worst of all, the characters and Owen especially, fail stupid at a number of points in the book. I hate when an author does that. Clues are missed and obvious tells are ignored, making listening a bit of a slog to get through, the eventual outcome being no surprise and the listener left frustrated.

Here's hoping MHI #7 discontinues along this vein and gets back on track with the earlier novels.

Oliver Wyman's narration, per usual, is top notch.

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