For 10 years Kal Hakala has been the Bureau of Supernatural Investigation's top man, the longest surviving agent in its blood-soaked history. The World At Large has no idea that The World Under exists. And its vampires, demons, zombies, and mythic monsters are growing increasingly restless. In all Kal's time with the Bureau, there has been no case he couldn't crack, no monster he couldn't kill.
Then a plague of zombies comes to Denver, along with a vicious serial killer dubbed The Organ Donor. A childhood encounter with a legendary monster has left Kal with an endless supply of rage and hatred for all things Supernatural. But now the target is on his forehead, and the Un-Dead don't die easy. The Bureau has a few aces of its own-a few magicians, a cyber-ghost. Unfortunately Kal is a perennial loner.... And the World Under is wise to his tricks.
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very, very enjoyable. a great listen
- Dr Dionne P Joseph "juldion"
Damn good urban fantasy!
Yes, I'll listen to it again in a year or so. This is a great series with plenty of action and characters that are 3 dimensional. These books remind me a lot of the "Monster Hunter International" series except there not quite on the same level as "MHI" but I think that's due to length of the book. Larry Correia's "MHI" series has more time to expand on his character development. Having said that this is still a very well written entertaining book. I guess it's what you might call a "fun" or "beach" book. If you're a fan of "MHI" then definitely get this book! I don't think you'll be disappointed. Hopefully Audible.com will release the other books in the "Files from the BSI" series soon.
As I stated above, I compare this book a lot to the "Monster Hunter International" series. See above for explanation why.
That's easy, the main character, Kal Hakala. Dude's a serious badass and he's got style too! If Kal Hakala was a chick I'd probably screw him!
I wouldn't use a tagline for this movie because it would probably sound stupid. Okay, screw it, how'bout, "There are things that go bump in the night, were the the people that bump back!" I know, stupid, right. And yes, I stole that line from the movie "Hellboy"
No, damn it.