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Monster Hunter Legion Audiobook Review *Spoiler Free*

Nov 20, 2020 0 comments

Monster Hunter Legion

Monster Hunter, book 4

Written by Larry Correia

Performance by Oliver Wyman 

Length: 16 hrs 59 min 

Audiobook Review *Spoiler Free*     

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Performance and Production

Oliver Wyman returns, he does another great job, and the characters are great as normal. The wide variety of accents and speaking methods makes me think Larry Correa is screwing with Oliver, but Oliver rises to the occasion. The production is good but not perfect there is one glaring point where a notification goes off during the book its very loud and noticeable. The performance and Production is good but this was not up the standard I have come to expect from the MHI series. The Performance would be enough for four stars on its own but with the production just seems like a lack of attention to details. I am going to rate this three out of five 


Monster Hunter Legion brings us back to Owen Pitt and MHI is going to a corporate Las Vegas retreat. The most experienced Monster Hunters from all over the world have been invited to the first ever monster conference. Owen is looking at putting a hurting on a buffet when he meets Jason Lococo, and they have HISTORY, their meeting was hard on the ice swan. During the conference an announcement of the head of the Monster Control Bureau, MCB, is made and a special puff opportunity arises from the unfriendly spook Strickland. What seems to start as a simple kill spirals until the hunters are quarantined in the hotel with their worst nightmares. This starts off a running battle with good balance and rest areas where the listener good places to take a break.


The book is well written, and the hotel battle flows well and has good monster battles throughout. I thought the beginning of the book and the start of the investigation was the best part of the story. Larry Correa moves the main storyline forward in the first third of the book and detailing the warning Agent Myers has been pushing for the past couple of books. The story line he is painfully pushing off the past few books about Owens fathers dream and that continues, Larry teases it a few times but never delivers. It is so frustration, but still a highly entertaining story, I’m going a respectable 4 out of 5 



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