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Things to Do in Denver When You're Un-Dead (FROM THE FILES OF THE BSI Book 1) by [Stone, Mark Everett ]
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5 Stars: "If you crave a really enjoyable Paranormal Suspense Thriller to read, THIS is your book. It grabs you from the very first page and drags you along (snarling for you to keep up) and dumps you at the feet of one of THE most unexpected plot twists of an ending that I have ever read. While this novel is Mark's first, it reads as a cohesive, refined product that leaves me salivating for its forthcoming sequel. "

--Jeffrey Hollar, The Latinum Vault

For ten years Kal Hakala has been the Bureau of Supernatural Investigation's top man, the longest surviving agent in its blood-soaked history. There has been no case he couldn't crack, no monster he couldn't kill. Until a plague of zombies in Denver turns into an investigation of a vicious serial killer dubbed The Organ Donor. Fuelled by rage and a hatred of all things supernatural, he dives headlong into the one mystery that could finally kill him.



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I have really enjoyed reading this book, the main character Kal Hakala could have been completely two dimensional, but you really enjoy learning who he is and how he became the person you are now reading about. I would be happy to read more of his exploits.



It is a good thing that there are so many secondary characters who stand out, such as Alex who is the person who helps with all the cool gadgets and magic that the department uses on a day to day basis. There is also the fact that the department itself deals in supernatural problems, in this book there is no such thing as vampires falling in love with mortals this is strictly business, if you're supernatural and are killing mortals then the department deals with it.



It is also interesting how the author deals with famous people in history, slightly like Men In Black but set in a magical world, rather than one dealing with and making Aliens fit in with our world. The story could just be one of guns, blood and guts and magic, but it is also for the fact that Mark Everett Stone has made these characters seem real which makes the book have an emotional core which makes the book better than it would be if this was not there.

--Michelle Herbert, Fantasy Book Review.co.uk

Five stars: "This book was an absolute pleasure to read. It is witty, funny, dramatic and a well thought out paranormal with very fine storytelling. I couldn't put it down!"

--Clarrissa Lee Moon, author of the series, The Nightwolves and Celeste Nites

"If you like quick wit, sadistic charm, and bad-ass gadgets, then you will enjoy the hell out of this book no pun intended."

--Shay Fabbro, award-winning author of the Portal of Destiny series

"The blending of dark twisted humor in this chilling tale is utterly perfect, written with a sure hand. Comedic timing is everything, and author Stone has perfected the classic one-liner."

--Suzannah Burke, aka Stacey Danson, Author of Empty Chairs

5 Stars: "Once I picked this book up, I couldn't put it down. It was filled with all the creatures that hold my imagination, ghouls, zombies, vampires and even a few fun ones, such as Brownies . Kal has risen to the top of my hero list, surpassing that of even Jack Reacher. I want more!"

--Lisa McCourt Hollar, author of SAM, The Wall and The Carnival

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About the Author

Born in Helsinki, Finland, Mark Everett Stone arrived in the U.S. at a young age and promptly dove into the world of the fantastic. Starting at age seven with the Iliad and the Odyssey, he went on to consume every scrap of Norse Mythology he could get his grubby little paws on. At age thirteen he graduated to Tolkien and Heinlein, building up a book collection that soon rivaled the local public library’s. In college Mark majored in Journalism and minored in English. Mark is feverishly working on his next book, The Judas Line, while his amazingly patient wife, Brandie, keeps him and their two sons, Aeden and Gabriel, in check. You can find Mark on the Web at www.markeverettstone.com.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 804 KB
  • Print Length: 324 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1603818596
  • Publisher: Camel Press (5 July 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005AZYWJ0
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews
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If you want a book that keeps you enthralled then read and enjoy this book. There are thrills and plenty of action, magic, ghouls, zombies, vampires and a ghost plus futuristic weaponry, sometimes there is wry humour but there is also the hero. This was a really good read and I so enjoyed it, pure escapism, not predictable and I have now downloaded book two- these will both make it to my bookcase collection. If you like the books Dresden Files and The Nightside series then this book is up with these and by the way the product review is a really good synopis of the story.
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A very well written and well thought out book, far more intelligent that the average book of the Undead. Draws one in slowly and at first I wasn't sure where the book was heading and whether it was worth reading but the pace picked up and it wasn't long before I became hooked. Also, finally a hero who actually has to use his brains to work out what is really happening and what is needed to be successful rather than the more usual 'heroic' all guns blazing type of 'hero' - although there are more than enough blazing guns to keep the aficionado happy. Also some interesting concepts here and the author has clearly spent a lot of time thinking about the book and the fine details.
Although I am a great fan of science fiction I do not normally enjoy vampire or undead type books as the latter are frequently far too simplistic. However this book has convinced me to at least give this genre more of a chance. Although the book is complete in itself it does end in such a way that one is encouraged to obtain the sequel and I am sure it won't be long before I get that book too.
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... and now I love Kal Hakala too, even though he doesn't have any magical abilities.
I couldn't put the e-book sample down, I'd keep returning to it again and again just to know what happens next. I only read a quarter before i decided what the heck, I need the whole book Now! I haven't regretted my decision and because it was so good I had to find the next book and download that even before I'd gotten half way through the first.
There's magic and monsters, high tech gizmos and even a Tron like Ghost. And what I like most of all is that our hero is human with human emotions and not some 'superior' being who is so above all the rest of mankind.
I love the people Kal works with, they all have separate 'voices'. I would like to see Ariel again in another book and maybe she and Kal could hit it off (note to the author ;)).
I wasn't disappointed with this book (or the second) and would recommend it to others looking for a hero to root for.
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accurate synopsis of a secret agent/supernatural/thriller/fantasy.
there are two types of these:those like The Dresden Files, The Nightside and The Hidden Academy,where the hero has "powers";and those like The Atrocity Archive ,The Secret Histories and the Man From U.N.D.E.A.D.,where the hero is "normal".
In this series the hero is a normal,but with plenty of problems.
Enjoyable, well told,fast-paced and with humour.

The second in the series is called What happens in Vegas,Dies in Vegas.
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