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review Werewolf Smackdown 103 ´ [Read] ➲ Werewolf Smackdown Author Mario Acevedo – Felix Gomez Latino vampire detective extraordinaire tackles a sexy werewolf cabal in Werewolf Smackdown the fifth installment in Mario Acevedo’s satirical supernatural series This is the author’s Felix Gomez Latino vampire detective extrFelix Gomez Latino vampire detective extraordinaire tackles a sexy werewolf cabal in We. Excellent

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Werewolf Smackdown Ð Es This is the author’s wonderfully twisted blend of comedy horror and detective noir. Once again Ira vet vampire pi and Araneum enforcer Felix Gomez finds himself a touble magnet A civil war among werewolf factions that may drench the Old South in blood is brewing and Gomez will do anything he can to make sure it doesn't explode into a world war engulfing everything alive and undead To make things even complicated an old girlfriend has become involved in the growing trouble in Charleston South Carolina and a gang of local vampires is for unknown reasons trying to kill him This witch's brew of volatiles may be too much for even Felix Gomez vampire pi extraordinaire to handleI love Mario Acevedo's novels about Felix Gomez the vampire private eye and enforcer for the Araneum the ancient guild forged by vampires to protect their secrets and keep the human world from discovering their existence and nature I've followed his adventures through four previous novels The Nymphos of Rocky Flats X Rated Bloodsuckers The Undead Kama Sutra and Jailbait Zombie and loved them all None of his novels entail the usual cliches about vampires and Werewolf Smackdown is no exception Rather than the willowy adolescent vampires of Twilight and their ilk these novels are as gritty as those of Raymond Chandler Their hero Felix Gomez is an Ira vet with a terrible secret he was forcibly converted into a vampire while in Ira and while his powers as a vampire are extraordinary his sorrows and regrets and the agony he has had to bear since he was turned make him wonder if it was all worth itI can't wait to read the next novel in the series Come on Mario let's have another one just like the other one free download ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB ì Mario Acevedo

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Mario Acevedo ì 3 free read Rewolf Smackdown the fifth installment in Mario Acevedo’s satirical supernatural seri. I'm so glad this is the last of the Felix Gomez books It looks like there's one volume on its way which will actually revisit some of the loose threads that were left dangling in books three and four but I'm done with it This book was pretty horribleI'm not sure what made me think that the first two books were fun other than their titles Acevedo has a bad habit of telling much than he shows which is odd because he does a bit of showing through dialog and then follows it up with telling us what just happened You know like having a character say Felix you're this close to crossing the line with me and then follow it up with Felix's observation She was pissed It's not necessary but apparently Acevedo wants to make sure we get the pointHe's still reusing the hypnosis thing but at least in this book he gives Felix a reason to not have to rely on it so much The werewolves tell him that if he takes his contacts out then he's telling them he doesn't trust them so he keeps them in for most of the story It's a weak reason he's had three attempts on his life since arriving in Charleston and has good reason to not trust the werewolves so why would he agree to that but it at least gets him out of the habit of hypnotizing everyone within rangeAcevedo also refers to werewolves as weres italicized for much of the novel and at first it was really hard to get used to that convention He tends to check their auras to confirm whether someone is human vampire or were and since were looks like were plural past tense of to be that is it kept tripping me up and making me re read sentences It seems like it would have been better for the pacing if he had gone with werewolves or even Were but hey these books aren't exactly Steinbeck you knowFelix also talks a lot about how his kundalini noir the spiritual thing that drives his vampirism reacts to certain things It twists it cringes it tenses and it basically tells us how Felix feels without having to observe anything that Felix actually does Hell it even gives him a spider sense for when danger is about to happen Not only is it a cheap way of skipping over some narrative but it's also oddly reminiscent of Anastasia's Inner Goddess from Fifty Shades of Grey At the very least the kundalini noir was just as annoyingBut hey this book actually has a story that's relevant to the title Said smackdown doesn't ever uite happen but the threat of it is the main thrust of the novel so there's that On the flip side we're almost treated to an explicit vampire wolf on werewolf wolf sex scene so I guess it all evens outHonestly Don't waste your time with this book or series I wish I had stopped reading these after Jailbait Zombie but hey I don't have a kundalini noir to warn me away from this crap