That Thing at the Zoo Deacon Chalk Occult Bounty Hunter #05 {Ebook kindle} by James R. Tuck



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    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

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    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 T

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    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 z

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    Deacon Chalk is an Occult Bounty Hunter To finance his hunting he owns a strip club where he occasionally employs someone that had need of his skills He lost his wife and kids to the monsters that go bump in the night He is a tough guy that tweaks your heart with moments of vulnerability and the next he had you laughing out loud This is no

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    That Thing At the Zoo is a good size dark urban fantasy preuel novella introducing a character whose physical appearance I can picture perfect

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    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 when I received That Thing at the Zoo to read for review It looked like an interesting new series with

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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 doo

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    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 befo

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    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 morningDe

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    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 mi

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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

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

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 Öbür Divan out tracks them down and corners them End Summary of Homo Deus 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 Koldbrann - parte 1: Rebeldes originally at Fantasy Book Critic OVERVIEWANALYSIS That Thing At The Zoo is a preuel novella set approximately six months before the events The Teams Milking Cow of Blood and Bullets The novella is about 80 A Wolfs Desire Reluctant Mates 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 Via Suez (British): Blue Funnel Line (Merchant Navy Series Book 3) on the Atlanta zoo wherein someone Zenith or something is slaughtering the animals however the peculiar nature A Pale Light in the Black of the kill is what gets Deacon invited to the crime scene Detective John Longyard knows about Deacon s past and is a part Signaler un problème of it he also has some semblance Devil Versus Alpha The Millennium Wolves 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 Spieserye of the story and there wasn t enough spacetime for the negatives to make an appearance Once again the pace Feral 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 Krismis van Map Jacobs 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 Girls Are Coming Out of the Woods 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 Crust From Sourdough Spelt and Rye Bread to Ciabatta Bagels and Brioche of his craft in the future as well

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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. 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 when I received That Thing at the Zoo to read for review It looked like an interesting new series with a lot of promising potential I am a huge horror fan and this appealed to me on so many levels Let me just say that I was not disappointedThat Thing at the Zoo is a preuel to James Tuck s upcoming debut dark urban fantasy Blood and Bullets In this novella we get an introduction to the main character a badass gun toting monster hunter Deacon Chalk Deacon s world was turned upside down when he learned that monsters really existed they killed his family and now he hunts them down and kills them He is called to the Atlanta Zoo after several animals are slaughtered He hunts down the culprit with the help of a redneck mullet wearing zookeeper and his truly uniue team that consists of a manager of a strip club and a priestJames R Tuck really delivered with this e novella His descriptions really draw you in make you feel like you are there right along side Deacon The monsters are scary the way that they are supposed to be in horror the language is raw and gritty and the characters are tough Deacon is a no nonsense character who wants to protect people from the monsters that tore his life apart and he is prepared to do whatever is necessary to accomplish that He still has hard times where the pain from his memories threatens to overwhelm him but he knows that in order to do right by his family that he needs to move forward and do what he can to make sure that others don t have to live his miseryI am proudly from the south most authors make a mess of writing about the south but Tuck did it without seeming condescending or without the usual mockery Sure we have rednecks like Jimmy the zookeeper but that s not all we have I really believed in Deacon s character the bald headed gun toting tatted up tough guy monster hunter that really has a good heart Probably because I know a few people who match that description well minus the monster huntingI was really drawn into this world that Tuck created and I cannot wait to dive into Blood and Bullets and continue to learn about Deacon and his worldNotable Scene Why is the lion display closed The voice was deep and fluid sounding like it came from behind a closed door It was the voice of a man who would tell you anything you wanted to hear to get his way A snake oil shuckster a used car salesman a tent revival evangelist with a methamphetamine addiction The man who came around me to stand by Dr Critter s desk was not a disappointment to my expectationsHe was portly A short rotund man whose belt split him in the middle The seersucker material of his suit bunched at the bends dividing him into rounded sections of arm and leg like sausages His shirt collar was damp from sweat despite the hardworking air conditioning Overall he had the rumpled appearance of a note someone had wadded up thrown away then dug from the trash to smooth out and read againThe Deacon Chalk Occult Bounty Hunter Series1 That Thing at the Zoo2 Blood and Bullets February 7 20123 Blood and Silver August 7 2012FTC Advisory Kensington Publishing provided me with a copy of That Thing at the Zoo No goody bags sponsorships material connections or bribes were exchanged for my review