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Grits, Guns & Glory: Bubba the Monster Hunter, Season 2

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Publisher's Summary

Bubba's back, and he's dealing with his brother, Jason, once and for all! This is the collected edition of Bubba the Monster Hunter Season 2, collecting everything since Scattered, Smothered & Chunked. Also included: a special preview of Raising Hell, a new novella from John G. Hartness and White Lightnin', a Beauregard the Monster Hunter short story!

Included in this volume:

  • UnHoly Night
  • Love Hurts
  • Dead Man's Hand
  • She's Got Legs
  • Howl
  • Double Trouble
  • Elf off the Shelf
  • Casket Case
  • Stone Cold Crazy
  • Rest High on that Mountain
  • Bad Moon Rising

©2015 John G. Hartness (P)2016 John G. Hartness

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  • Mindy
    29/03/16
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    "Bubba's back!!!"
    If you could sum up Grits, Guns & Glory in three words, what would they be?

    Stupid browser erased my first review!!! That's six... My wife said the whole time I was listening to this I was laughing and had a grin ear to ear. Which I agree with and needed severely.


    What other book might you compare Grits, Guns & Glory to and why?

    I have to compare it to season 1 because Hartness is really my first "paranormal" guilty pleasure besides Butcher. Grits, Guns & Glory is a great continuation of the Bubba saga for me.


    Have you listened to any of John Solo’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

    Ok this I had a huge problem with this... Feeling like I was about to rise up in open revolt my wife had to clam me down and play devils advocate for this imposter!!! I mean Mr Solo. after a good amount of tyrannical protest in my living room and resisting the urge to use my pad as target practice out back. I gave it a try and loved it. It was a pretty seamless transition.


    If you could rename Grits, Guns & Glory, what would you call it?

    Renaming it would be heresy


    Any additional comments?

    I've blown though probably 80% of Hartness's work and love it all. It's a good time and can't wait for more to come out...

    5 of 5 people found this review helpful
  • Joe Hughes
    Palermo NY
    18/05/16
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    "Great story"

    I wish they brought in the same narrator from the first volume, but John Solo did a great job.


    The stories were good but there was conflicting information between the first volume and the second volume. (spoiler alert) For example the promise Bubba made to the sasquatch was to kill his father and not to kill his brother. He didn't know his brother was alive. The sword was reported to have been won in a duel during WWII by his great grandfather and made of iron. In the second volume it was crafted from a native American relic and star metal specifically for his great grandfather.


    I took a star off from the overall rating because of this because these small flubs could have been easily worked around to make the story work without having to rewrite and contradict the previous stories.


    Overall I did really enjoy these stories and gave it 4 stars. They are great for what they're intended to be. Easy listening and entertaining.

    3 of 3 people found this review helpful
  • Jodi
    08/04/16
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    "More, please!!!"

    I enjoyed this as much as the first. A great collection of stories. I loved that Skeeter got his own story! I particularly enjoyed Howl. A few people have complained about the new narrator, but I think he did a fine job. Honestly, I thought he sounded more like the Bubba I imagined when I read the shorts. It is certainly a different take on the character than the last book, but after a few minutes I fell right in step with him, and he had me laughing out loud more than once.

    Great job, Mr. Hartness! Keep up the good work!

    3 of 3 people found this review helpful
  • AudioBook Reviewer
    Madison, WI, United States
    04/08/16
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    "these books can be enjoyed by many people"

    This is the second series of Bubba the Monster Hunter. It is composed by several short stories and also the conclusion to Family Tradition. The last short story is about how the sword arrived in to the family.

    I enjoyed this audiobook, although the stories did not have the freshness of the first series. I found there were less redneck expressions and touches, which was the funny part of the first book. There is a story from the point of view of Skeeter and the last one (about the origins of the sword) is narrated in third person, which breaks the continuity of the book. I expected more development on the relationship between Bubba and Agent Amy, but even though she appears several times in the book, there is not much about them. At the end of book one we get a glimpse into Bubba's heart, and he felt plainer this time.

    We will also know what happened to Bubba's mother, but I confess that I found that part of the story a bit disappointing. The end of the continuation of Family Tradition was a bit abrupt in my opinion.

    For the rest, it is a very entertaining book, but we have to understand that the first series set great expectations.

    Something that bothered me a lot, especially at the beginning, was the change of narrator. John Solo did a great job, but I have to say that Andrew McFerrin's interpretation was superior and his voices were more differentiated. I feel McFerrin was the perfect narrator for this book, so I do not understand this decision. I think book series should be narrated by the same person, if possible, unless there is a special reason to hire a different narrator (e.g. to give a different atmosphere or narrate the story from a different point of view).

    I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoyed the first series and wants to know how Family Tradition ends. Bubba and his team are a set of very interesting characters and I think these books can be enjoyed by many people, even if they are not into horror.

    Audiobook was provided for review by the author.

    Please find this complete review and many others at my review blog

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    9 of 11 people found this review helpful
  • Lester
    Hoffman Estates, IL, United States
    26/01/17
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    "Come Get Some More"
    Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

    This book has everything I come to Audible for. A great story, lots of actions. humor, arcs for all characters, drama, triumph tragedy you name it it's in there.


    What did you like best about this story?

    The banter. I know it's down on most lists but that's the first thing that comes to mind.


    What about John Solo’s performance did you like?

    He did an amazing job. This is the second season in the series, the first season was done by a different narrator but who was amazing as well so it's kind of disjointing at first but if you give Solo he fair shot he will knock your socks off.


    If you could rename Grits, Guns & Glory, what would you call it?

    Bubba The Monster Hunter Season Two.


    Any additional comments?

    I'm sure this story stands on its own but I strongly suggest starting with Season 1 then moving to season two. Much more emotional impact that way.

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful
  • mmdzyn
    Cochiti Lake, NM United States
    16/05/16
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    "I love these characters!"

    great horro and mysteries wuth snarky humor and adventiures galore. We all need more Bubba esp since Agent Amy joined the team. Great I b all around. Love the format! More please.

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful
  • Tyler U.
    07/06/17
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    "Another great Bubba the Monster Hunter book!"

    I was given this free review copy audio book at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

    At first, I wasn't sure about how John Solo as the narrator after having listened to Andrew McFerrin in the first book. However, I kept on, and actually ended up liking him more.

    This book, like the first, has all the humor, snark, and redneckness but I thought it had more heart. I really felt like John G. Harness really honed in on who these characters were and gave more heart to them. I really enjoyed learning more of the back story to Bubba and Skeeter. The love interest for Bubba was also a great addition.

    I will most certainly continue on with this series.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • T.J. Phillisp
    29/04/17
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    "still loving Bubba."

    rednecks, monsters, guns and ass whooping. everything good from the first book and more. less stand alones, and more running story line ( a plus for me ). new narrator but the same style, the change did not take away from the presentation

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • Dr. Gary and Linda Thompson
    Galena, Ohio USA
    07/02/17
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    "Review of grits, guns and glory"

    I really enjoyed these short stories. The author created interesting and humorous characters. The narrator did an amazing job of interpreting characters and giving each one a unique voice. He was very good at maintaining those voices throughout all the stories.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • Arnthor
    02/07/16
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    "pretentius narrating - no chemistry"

    story's real good, but if Andrew McFerrin didn't die there's no excuse for not having him continuing telling the story.

    4 of 6 people found this review helpful

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