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We found 22 Reddit comments about Monster Hunter International (Monster Hunters International Book 1). Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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22 Reddit comments about Monster Hunter International (Monster Hunters International Book 1):

u/[deleted] · 11 pointsr/progun

I know its hyperbole, but banning books is almost always a dumb idea. If they’re gonna read schlock that’ll rot their brain though, make it good schlock and hand them a Larry Correia book

I think it’s fine if kids and young adults need different stuff to get them to read, the problem is when it just stops there. Moby dick and the grapes of wrath don’t need to be read by everyone, but someone in their 20s should be reading stuff that isn’t purposefully simplified for younger audiences. And even though people say Harry Potter matured with its audience, it’s still YA fiction.

u/Sir_SamuelVimes · 9 pointsr/Fantasy

The link for those interested.

u/nvgeologist · 7 pointsr/whatisthisthing

OP you should read this How To book before heading out.

Just in case. Cause that sure as hell looks like a coffin.

u/Ice-and-Fire · 6 pointsr/CCW

It's why I like Monster Hunter International by Larry Correia. Monsters exist. People get paid to kill them. It's a pretty good time.

u/mnemosyne-0002 · 6 pointsr/KotakuInAction

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u/ebooksgirl · 5 pointsr/FreeEBOOKS

Are you limiting it to just these categories? Because the publisher Baen has a lot of its first- in- a-series books for free - for example:
Monster Hunters International by Larry Correia

u/purpleacanthus · 5 pointsr/dresdenfiles

I just started Monster Hunters by Larry Correia--I'm less than halfway, so it's too early to give it a complete review, but so far, I'm enjoying it--not perfect, but a fun first in a series. It definitely reminds me of DF, but the protagonist is a normal human. Lots of monster fights. It's nice and long, and if you have a Kindle or Kindle app, you can get it free:

u/LCK124 · 5 pointsr/booksuggestions

Monster Hunters International by Larry Correia is a good book. The size of the book may be a little off-putting if you’re just starting out, but it’s a fast read. It also opens with “On one otherwise normal Tuesday evening I had the chance to live the American dream. I was able to throw my incompetent jackass of a boss from a fourteenth-story window.” which is an attention grabber. And it had tons of monsters, guns, and humor.

u/inkjetlabel · 3 pointsr/KotakuInAction

The Kindle edition to his first book is free, at least as I type this.

Monster Hunter International (Monster Hunters International Book 1)

You'll need an Amazon account and the Kindle App, but the price is right.

u/reseatshisglasses · 3 pointsr/suggestmeabook

I'd get him something a bit more intense then he expects, so his boring flights mediocre entertainment is enthralling. He's not a deep fan of any of these authors, I don't believe, but he still wants to be entertained so he keeps grabbing books. Books with a masculine tone. I think it's safe to get something with a bit of zing to it that he's not likely to grab off a prominently displayed shelf and hopfully he's grateful for it when he finishes the book. I've picked two from the best author I know at writting page flipping entertainment with mature and masculine tone that goes in line with his previous Stephen King, John Grisham, Tom Clancy, Dan Brown choices.

Dead Six by Larry Correia Military/mercenary fiction set in modern day, run and gunning, with the slightest hint of Cthulu horror.

That's the one I'd choose for him based on his books so far and for the purpose of keeping him entertained on a flight and taxi rides; however, the book I take on flights and to doctors offices and to DMV hell is

Monster Hunter International by Larry Correia In the first couple pages our main character, a burly and overworked accountant, is attacked by a monster from a B horror movie that shouldn't exist. Our guy has nothing but a pocket knife, a .38 snub nose he's not supposed to have in the building and a million gallons of scared shitless adrenaline to survive a razor clawed tornado of furred rage. The cubicle battle royale is amazing.

u/Alias50 · 2 pointsr/printSF

Check out Larry Correia's Monster Hunter series. The overarching plotline takes entities and concepts from the Lovecraftian mythos. This is another series I'd list alongside the ones already recommended here (Peter Clines's novels, Stross's Laundry Files etc.) with the caveat that the Lovecraftian elements are only a part of this universe and not the main focus.

Looks like the first ebook is still (permanently?) free on amazon, and you can add the audiobook (highly recommended) for 2 bucks

u/REDDITATLER · 2 pointsr/suggestmeabook

The Monster Hunter International series by Larry Correia has a bit of that type of vibe. Plus it is smart and funny

u/amazon-converter-bot · 2 pointsr/FreeEBOOKS

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u/Jacks_Username · 1 pointr/HFY

I thought of the Salvation War as soon as the flier got shot down by missiles. Great series.

The story also reminded be of Monster Hunter International. Very similar recruitment process - except it was a werewolf instead of a vampire.

u/thesanguinepyro · 1 pointr/booksuggestions

Monster Hunter International was a pretty good read. Seems like it would meet your criteria IMHO

u/aussiekinga · 1 pointr/audiobooks

several of the classics provide 99c audiobooks with the free kindle book. Check these:

Also Monster Hunter International has a free kindle book, providing a $2 audiobook, rather than the $4.95 of the sale.

u/MiltonMiggs · 1 pointr/audible

I picked MHI up a while back (free Kindle version + $1.99 to add narration), but I haven't listened to it yet. Good to know it's enjoyable.

u/fischerandchips · 1 pointr/audiobooks

if you're in the US, look into overdrive. they team up with libraries to let you digitally borrow audiobooks. dunno if it's available outside of the US.

if you're not picky about what books you get, there are services like audiobook boom which give out specific free audible books in exchange for reviews. i've been using them 1-2 months now and haven't paid full price for a book in a while.

you can also checkout whispersync deals. sometimes it's possible to buy a kindle ebook for < 4$ and add on the audiobook for < 4$, which ends up being cheaper than just the audiobook. the most popular books are usually more expensive, so look into the lesser known authors. here's an example where the ebook is free and the audiobook is 1.99$ after you get the ebook:

u/jctwok · 0 pointsr/movies

There's a book series called Monster Hunter International where they kill monsters with guns.