James R. Tuck ( Download ) That Thing at the Zoo Deacon Chalk Occult Bounty Hunter #05

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In zoo lockdown with a handful of staffers to save His zookeeper backup has guts than monster hunting experience And the only chance Deacon has to run this thing to holy ground is to unleash his darkest most uncontrollable instincts. You may also read my review here R Tuck s Blood and Bullets is coming out on Feb 7th but you can meet his hero Deacon Chalke before then in this down and dirty novella Deacon is a supernatural bounty hunter with a grudge and he s been called to the Atlanta zoo to hunt down a rather nasty creature that s been preying on zoo employees and animals alike With the help of a zookeeper who proudly sports a mullet Deacon takes on a hungry and vicious evil and it loves the taste of humans You ll zip through this one lightning fast and Tuck doesn t waste time on flowery prose Deacon is a man s man but he s got plenty of personal pain to contend with and it than fuels his prowess as a bounty hunter That Thing at the Zoo is a great intro to Tuck s new series and will have you adding Blood and Bullets to your pre order list pronto Complete Amber Sourcebook monster hunting experience And the only chance Deacon has to run this thing to holy ground is to unleash his darkest Jadę sobie. Azja. Przewodnik dla podróżujących kobiet most uncontrollable instincts. You Sweet Alien (Reestrian Mates, may also read Detective Wanda Wolfe my review here R Tuck s Blood and Bullets is coming out on Feb 7th but you can Riverside. Sen w wysokiej rozdzielczości meet his hero Deacon Chalke before then in this down and dirty novella Deacon is a supernatural bounty hunter with a grudge and he s been called to the Atlanta zoo to hunt down a rather nasty creature that s been preying on zoo employees and animals alike With the help of a zookeeper who proudly sports a Dreams of Glass mullet Deacon takes on a hungry and vicious evil and it loves the taste of humans You ll zip through this one lightning fast and Tuck doesn t waste time on flowery prose Deacon is a Zawieszenie niewiary man s Healing Sex man but he s got plenty of personal pain to contend with and it than fuels his prowess as a bounty hunter That Thing at the Zoo is a great intro to Tuck s new series and will have you adding Blood and Bullets to your pre order list pronto

Review That Thing at the Zoo Deacon Chalk Occult Bounty Hunter #05

That Thing at the Zoo Deacon Chalk Occult Bounty Hunter #05

Ything like whatever is leaving the Atlanta Zoo's most dangerous predators bloodless skinned and hanging high in the treetops And he's only got until sunrise to keep it from turning the entire city into a slaughterhouse Now Deacon is. That Thing At the Zoo is a good size dark urban fantasy preuel novella introducing a character whose physical appearance I can picture perfectly Rarely can I say that I m mostly left with a vague overall impression but Mr Deacon Chalke is a man that cannot and will not be ignored He s an intimidating 6 4 and 300 pounds Think WWE star with no hair and lots of tattoos This guy looks like he could cause trouble and with a classic muscle car complete with a 4 corpse trunk full of weapons he s euipped to deal with it Reminds me of a certain beloved Impala belonging to a pair of monster hunting brothers on TV Loved that showBottom line Deacon Chalk occult bounty hunter is a total badass He could kick Harry Dresden s butt easy peasy And that brings a smile to my face just thinking about itYou may actively avoid meeting Deacon on the street or a dark alley but he s not the thug his appearance advertises him to be He s a man still reeling from and is haunted by personal trauma Monsters murdered his family and now he hunts those dangerous to humans He s not the tough guy clich often expressed in movies where the hero ultimately gets over his tragic loss by kicking some lame villain s butt then settles down with a waitress he just happened to encounter along the way completely trivialising the effect his past had on him No Deacon has full on flashback panic attacks he tries desperately to stifle and hopes no one notices his distant pained silences as he experiences a post traumatic stress episode These lapses in concentration aren t professional and are downright inconvenient when hunting deadly nasties but he has no control over when they occur You feel for his anguish knowing that if he wasn t a Catholic he would rejoin his family in deathThe side character I m most eager to get to know is the priest I don t know what his life was before becoming a Catholic priest but he can shoot like a sniper and knife fight like a convict He has my back anytime I need it whether that means tending bar at Polecats strip club or two steps behind me shotgun in handThe writing style is reminiscent of pre controversy Anita Blake Gory and gritty Visceral No one is safe from being ripped apart and carelessly tossed aside without dignityAlthough it s obvious this has been written by a debut author I ve found something I ve been missing from UF of late a real sense of darkness without the distracting focus on angst ridden romance is it really necessary everysinglebook There s nothing but the characters plot and the danger around the next corner to occupy the reader what a relief My only real negative is the lack of contractions ie can t won t etc which in my opinion slow the pace and jar the reader out of the story I m also surprised Deacon so readily disfigured his tattoos to get some blood to chum the waters so to speak I thought tattoos were treasured permanent works of art but it was emergency so I ll let it goWhen it comes to non full length preuels authors aren t usually interested in making a concerted effort to give readers an accurate taste of what s to come with a few exceptions like this Next up Blood and BulletsFavourite uotes Rednecks are part of the South and even when they don t look like much they usually turn out to be tough as leather and full of skills that save your ass What the fuck are you doingPutting this thing in the back of my pants like they do on the TV I found Dr Critter trying to hold off the spoiler removed with a bullwhip and an office chair My thanks to the author for the ebook in return for an honest review Beauty Ravished most dangerous predators bloodless skinned and hanging high in the treetops And he's only got until sunrise to keep it from turning the entire city into a slaughterhouse Now Deacon is. 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Shredding monsters is his stock and trade He sniffs them out tracks them down and corners them End of story But when the tables are turned expect the unexpectedKnowing his enemy is a rule Deacon Chalk swears by But he's never seen an. Review originally at Fantasy Book Critic OVERVIEWANALYSIS That Thing At The Zoo is a preuel novella set approximately six months before the events of Blood and Bullets The novella is about 80 odd pages long and is divided into eleven chapters Akin to Blood and Bullets this preuel story is also narrated by Deacon Chalk The story premise focuses on the Atlanta zoo wherein someone or something is slaughtering the animals however the peculiar nature of the kill is what gets Deacon invited to the crime scene Detective John Longyard knows about Deacon s past and is a part of it he also has some semblance of foresight into Deacon s current goals He brings Deacon to the zoo to solve the problem and that s when the bedlam beginsI really enjoyed reading this novella as it felt that the author s strengths were maximized in this form of the story and there wasn t enough spacetime for the negatives to make an appearance Once again the pace of the story is its highlight as the author uickly brings the reader up to speed and then lets things go haywire Another positive feature is the horror edge to this story which is nicely nuanced by the zoo location the author has managed to let his imagination take some weirdly creative turns which accentuate the story s darkness The author also wisely utilizes the side character cast in this tale and therefore they get much of a bigger role than in the debut novelAfter finishing this novella I was struck by two things primarily that James R Tuck really nails down this novella idea mixing horror and thriller themes within the urban fantasy sub genre and secondly this novella is much better than the actual book purely because the nature of the story does not let the author create the points which I noted in the review above that detracted from my reading experience I would very much recommend this novella to readers who are looking for a uick thrill ride with the hope that the author can recreate his form in the longer forms of his craft in the future as well Dreams of Glass monsters is his stock and trade He sniffs them out tracks them down and corners them End of story But when the tables are turned expect the unexpectedKnowing his enemy is a rule Deacon Chalk swears by But he's never seen an. Review originally at Fantasy Book Critic OVERVIEWANALYSIS That Thing At The Zoo is a preuel novella set approximately six Zawieszenie niewiary months before the events of Blood and Bullets The novella is about 80 odd pages long and is divided into eleven chapters Akin to Blood and Bullets this preuel story is also narrated by Deacon Chalk The story premise focuses on the Atlanta zoo wherein someone or something is slaughtering the animals however the peculiar nature of the kill is what gets Deacon invited to the crime scene Detective John Longyard knows about Deacon s past and is a part of it he also has some semblance of foresight into Deacon s current goals He brings Deacon to the zoo to solve the problem and that s when the bedlam beginsI really enjoyed reading this novella as it felt that the author s strengths were Healing Sex maximized in this form of the story and there wasn t enough spacetime for the negatives to Spark (Stronger, make an appearance Once again the pace of the story is its highlight as the author uickly brings the reader up to speed and then lets things go haywire Another positive feature is the horror edge to this story which is nicely nuanced by the zoo location the author has Wonder Woman and Philosophy managed to let his imagination take some weirdly creative turns which accentuate the story s darkness The author also wisely utilizes the side character cast in this tale and therefore they get Sozialismus Und Kapitalistische Gesellschaftsordnung much of a bigger role than in the debut novelAfter finishing this novella I was struck by two things primarily that James R Tuck really nails down this novella idea Sponsor. Tom 1 (Sponsor, mixing horror and thriller themes within the urban fantasy sub genre and secondly this novella is Dragons Bride (The Dragon and the Scholar much better than the actual book purely because the nature of the story does not let the author create the points which I noted in the review above that detracted from Absolute Banking English my reading experience I would very


10 thoughts on “That Thing at the Zoo Deacon Chalk Occult Bounty Hunter #05

  1. says:

    Although I prefer to read in order I think this is one of those times I should have skipped to the first book This is similar to Super

  2. says:

    Review originally at Fantasy Book Critic OVERVIEWANALYSIS That Thing At The Zoo is a preuel novella set approximately six months before the events of Blood and Bullets The novella is about 80 odd pages long and is divided into eleven chapters Akin to Blood and Bullets this preuel story is also narrated by Deacon Chalk The story premise focuse

  3. says:

    Deacon is an occult bounty hunter still trying to get over the death of his wife and kids His latest job is to stop a beast that is stalking the zoo and mutilating the animals He has to take on a helper Jimmy the redneck

  4. says:

    Deacon Chalk is an Occult Bounty Hunter To finance his hunting he owns a strip club where he occasionally employ

  5. says:

    That Thing At the Zoo is a good size dark urban fantasy preuel novella introducing a character whose physical appearance I can picture perfectly Rarely can I say that I'm mostly left with a vague overall impression but Mr Deacon Chalke is a m

  6. says:

    Review Courtesy of Dark Faerie Talesuick Dirty A short descriptive introduction to the dark and gritty world of Deacon Chalk monster hunterOpening Sentence “Tell me what it is I’m looking at”The ReviewI was really excited whe

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    Book Info Genre Urban FantasyReading Level AdultRecommended for Fans of urban fantasy especially darker male oriented urban fantasyTrigger Warnings murder of animals and humans evil babiesMy Thoughts This is a doozy of an introduction to Deacon Chalk that's for sure I've been wanting to read this series for some kind so I finally just decided to buckle down and do it since I had the time this week This is just an introductory pre

  8. says:

    You may also read my review here R Tuck’s Blood and Bullets is coming out on Feb 7th but you can meet his hero Deacon Chalke before then in this down and dirty novella Deacon is a supernatural bounty hunter with a grudge a

  9. says:

    I was looking forward to getting stuck into the first book in the Deacon Chalk Occult Bounty Hunter series when I found out there was a novella preuel So I got myself a copy for my Kindle and got stuck into it this morningDeacon has been called into the Atlanta Zoo after three animals are found dead skinned and

  10. says:

    This is a really cool novellaDeacon Chalk is a kick ass monster hunter who doesn't shy away from taking extreme measures to get the job done He's gruff direct to the point of rude but likeable and with an intriguing pastThe world building is minimal but effective enough to set a dark mood for this story which is well written fast paced and full of action Next to a really cool and explosive tale of monster hunting and slaying this novella g

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