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I Kill Monsters: Fury

4.09 of 5 stars 4.09  ·  rating details  ·  11 ratings  ·  3 reviews
It's August, 1998, and the heat is sweltering in New York City. The Yankees are playing the Angels, Jay Z is on the airwaves, Monica Lewinsky is in the news, and the city that never sleeps is gripped by a series of horrific murders. Enter Boone. Hard-drinking, cocaine-snorting, steroid-injecting...the kid has a hot temper and he's racist. Plus he's a terrible shot. Boone r ...more
Paperback, 274 pages
Published September 15th 2010 by Createspace
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After finishing Tony Monchinski's Eden series, I really felt the need to check out his other series. Although I am much less a fan of vampires than zombies, I thought Monchinski might have an interesting take on them.

The story revolves around a guy named Boone in a world where the supernatural exist among the humans. He lifts weights, uses steroids, snorts cocaine, enjoys porn, robs vampires of their blood supplies for a living, and is a prick to most people. Boone is tough as nails and has a de
Patrick D'Orazio
I have read Tony Monchinski's take on zombies in his Eden books and was intrigued by the opportunity given to me to check out his particular slant on vampires with his new series, 'I Kill Monsters', of which Fury is the first book. Tony is apparently confident that he will be writing this series for a while, because he has nine titles listed in total on the list of books he has written at the front of this novel. I have no doubt that Tony will complete these other books and credit him for having ...more
Kevin Walsh
This is an excellent vampire novel.
I have read Tony's excellent Eden series and was thoroughly impressed by how great a storyteller he is. Tony Monchinski draws an magnificent storyline and his witty, characterized dialogue gives each character a set of lungs and you watch them breath. A lot of stories cannot create this effect quite as well as Tony Monchinski. The reader is introduced to a few characters, mainly, characters who are realistic. He doesnt show the reader these incredibly 'saint-l
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