3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 7 August 2011
If you enjoying reading about guns and gore, this is fairly well corners the market. It is the third book in the series. It focuses on the story of the MHI leader, Earl Harbringer. Earl's back-story is provided via flashbacks which merges into the overriding series arc and a new adventure set in winter Michigan (a place I shall never now visit due to the cold). It at times seems a tad similar to "30 days of night", but here instead the townsfolk use assault rifles. It also features Stalin's favourite werewolf Recommended.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 10 September 2013
Whatever bad I can say about the book will not hide the fact that I enjoyed it a lot.
First and continuing impression is the fast paced action with constant gunfights.
Occasionally you find the extreme-right american philosophy embedded into the story, not too much of a problem.
The whole series might not be very deep, definitely not on Harry Dresden level, but very enjoyable nevertheless.