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Monster Hunt NYC 2

By: Harmon Cooper
Narrated by: Jeff Hays,Annie Ellicott
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Publisher's Summary

The illegal Monster Hunt app has definitely done a number on Chase Knowles’ life, transforming him from a down-on-his-luck musician to the Alpha of two incredible Huntresses. Along with his bandmate Iris, the group has taken New York City by storm, hunting and brawling in the city’s landmarks and hard-to-reach spaces. 

But there is more to the Monster Hunt app than catch or sell. An exclusive world known as EverLife presents new challenges, new adventure, and a mystery that none have been able to solve. It also presents new foes. 

Warning: Monster Hunt NYC contains a light harem with monster girls, augmented reality, fantasy violence, a ton of action, and GameLit/LitRPG concepts. It was inspired by the Persona games, Pokemon Go!, and Scott Pilgrim vs. the World

Book three is out now! 

©2018 Boycott Books, LLC (P)2021 Soundbooth Theater

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This book does nothing.

This book is a complete letdown.
1. Copious amounts of non plot driving cringe inducing sex with chases virtual huntress
2. Repetitive and non challenging fights
3. Music talk, not bad in and of itself but just doesn’t really do anything here. Just seems sort of jammed in and forced.
The first MH book was super fun. It was light hearted quirky and seemed like it went somewhere. This book has no point. It seems like it was all fluff leading up to creation of a villain that is super stupid. Ass grabber turned main antagonist. What should have been a one and done conflict has become escalated and completely puffed up. Such a terrible villain.
Then in the final few chapters of the book chase discovers he has a magic bass and can make cool Magicy sound attacks. Seems dropped in for no real reason. I feel like cooper just threw some shit together and hoped that the sound booth people would carry it. To be honest I wouldn’t have made it 5 chapters in without sound booth. So maybe it payed off. Super unhappy with this book. I even think Harmon is a cool dude from his Reddit interactions but even coming into this book expecting to love it, being biased towards the author himself, it just is not it.

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Money grab

Total waste of credit relying on quality of first book. So disappointing and sad for the reader !

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honestly yet again peak performance

honestly loved it time zoomed by as a night security guard finished both fairly quickly and enjoyed them thoroughly

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Decent story, great banter, & magical performance

First off, Soundbooth theater has spoiled me with the sound effects and the music added to the narration. It makes for an unbelievably immersive experience. I'm not sure if normal audio books will be enough.

The story is good, but not great. Things just seem to happen without much build up too them. There is a spot in the story where the MC's debt could have raise the stakes in both worlds, but there was zero backlash cause by the debt. One of the long build up that was in the story had a super disappointing climax. What makes the story good and worth your time are the characters, their banter with each other, their development, their battles, and the 2 "worlds" they do it all in. All the different cultures coming together makes for funny conversations. The battles are well described, with sound effects backing the descriptions. The world interactions of those playing monster hunt makes for some funny and tense moments. The MC trying to keep track of what is truly important is thought provoking. Some might say he is a fool, and then again some might say he is chasing happiness.

Overall I think this is definitely worth the credit. I found myself sitting in my car listening after my drive home from work. I just did not want to stop in the middle of the chapter.

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Enjoyable

Not sure why anyone complains about the second book, it's not like the stakes are high, it's a VR/AR LitRPG story. This one was more focused on the semi harem romances happening and frankly Cooper did a good job with it, it's actually believable for the most part and I've actually known men and women who act like the characters. Chase is coming into his own and becoming more confident and desirable guy so the girls falling for him works. The only way I'd scoff at his harem is if all the girls settle with sharing him without some sort of conflict and handling which he has foreshadowed in this volume. I look forward to the next one and I greatly appreciate the male and female voices actually handling both male and female characters, I've been waiting for someone to actually do that for years, always felt like Michael Kramer and Kate Reading should do their books like that.

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it was okay

it was okay all they didn't do anything really special it kind of seemed like it just kind of ran around in a circle if you like the first one this one's okay but I will wait for a sell don't use a credit on it

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  • 09-02-22

Series is definitely worth it in audio format.

Continues to get even better in their performance!

This is not an unabridged reading. This is a performance. And these performers are punching about their weight, so to say. It took a little to get used to, but after a bit I really enjoyed the more realistic banter and interactions compared to someone reading out loud about the banter and interactions. When there was a certain sound effect and both a character and I exclaimed the same thing at the same time in reaction, that sealed the deal. Loved it.

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Really great!

What a crazy turn of events. Romance, action, plot twists, crazy puzzles and great problem solving with an amazing leave off for the next installment. I will be waiting anxiously for number 3

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meh...

could use more battles and less characters trying to be lousy indie musicians playing horrible songs. I feel ripped off using a free credit to get this.

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Enjoyable Story Great Special Effects

The story is a good continuation of the first. The music, singing and special effects bring the audiobook to the next level. The third audiobook cannot come fast enough.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 03-20-22

More of the same

Nothing really happens in this part. The Pokémonesque game play was novel in the first book, but it gets a bit old. Nothing really happens, they go around caging mythcrea and winning battles without any effort or real goal. The everlife part is mildly interesting, they do some gigs and get a sort of quest. For this to really go anywhere the everlife part needs to be expanded upon. Alot. Some character development whuldnt hurt either.
Great performance from soundbooth tho

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  • Glennccc
  • 02-09-22

A Perfect follow up

It took a while for book two to come to audio, but hey great things come to those that wait. Book one was such an absolute joy that book two was a no brainer for me. Book two Furthers the story nicely with Chase and the ladies training, fighting in various contests, levelling up and gaining more Mythcrea to their gang, Spew Gorge the goblin being so funny. The audio comes complete with sound effects and background music which are superbly produced and really make for a great listen. The narrators are Jeff Hays and Annie Ellicott, and while Jeff Hays is of course fantastic, it is Annie Ellicott that steals the show with some amazing voices. All in all this is a perfect marriage between Harmon, Annie and Jeff.

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  • Joe mellor
  • 01-27-22

Great production

I thought the music would get on my nerves, but it only adds to the depth of the story . It has a pokemon/Scott pilgrim vibes .. Book 3 is going to be good I can feel it .