Thursday, February 18, 2016

Review: Thinning the Herd by Adrian Phoenix

"A dangerous life, this hero's life, but one he'd ever refuse."  Hal is a cocky animal control warden who armed with his trusty catch pole, combats the shifters and lycans in Eugene.  Only lately there have been a lot of missing hippies and fortunetellers as well.  As he and his trusty companions (including witches, cat shifters, lycans, a Goth girl) investigate, they find a dangerous person who wants to summon ancient gods and destroy the world as he knows it - and that will not happen on his watch!

Hal's arrogance seems a bit over the top but in a way it has to be in order for him to fulfill his role as hero.  Action, explosions and mayhem galore.

An extremely fun adventure with wonderfully engrossing descriptions and imagery.


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