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Australia is a cryptozoologist's dream, filled with unique species and unique challenges. Unfortunately it's also filled with Shelby's family, who aren't delighted by the length of her stay in America. And then there are the werewolves to consider: infected killing machines who would like nothing more than to claim the continent as their own. The continent which currently includes Alex.
Survival is hard enough when you're on familiar ground. Alex Price is very far from home, but there's one thing he knows for sure: he's not going down without a fight.
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By Shaun on 03-04-15
Interesting story despite Aussi stereotypes
It was a fairly decent story. While the author clearly knows no more than stereotypes about Australia - eg everyone eating mutton stew - it was mostly saved by completely ignoring real Australia and focusing on the authors "cryptids" and the"36 society". I did cringe a bit at the mention of the TSA in an Australian airport - TSA is not the generic term for any airport security. I would like to see more InCryptid books set in Australia but the author really needs both early Australian input and proofreaders and preferably at least an Australian holiday first. Regardless it is a good book and I would recommend it and will probably listen to it again.
8 of 9 people found this review helpful
By BikeVON on 06-27-15
A great series!
This is a must read for paranormal fans. Every protagonist has a unique signature. Consider a family of protagonists, 3 kids, each with a different talent. The commonality is the mission of the family. This is one series that you really don't have to read it in order. The plot centers around a different sibling and how they combat difficulties in support of the Price family mission.
The word is set in contemporary America but there are many and varied sentient beings. Respecting and preserving the rights of those beings is the mission of the family. The antagonist are those that believe unless beings are "human" they don't have a right to exists.
Yes, you have a clear cut human rights situation, but it is presented in an entertaining manner. How can you side with people who don't believe in rights for all? McGuire does a great job in providing an assortment of sentient beings to enjoy.
I really would like a story which shows how the kids were raised. You get glimpses as each sibling recounts their history, but I want more.
Enjoy the series!
3 of 3 people found this review helpful