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Summary

Sherman's on his first secret mission for Satan, and its one hell of a doozy. First he has to find the most powerful alpha wolf in the tri-county area, and then he has to help Charlotte make it look like the vampires put the puppy down.

Unfortunately, Satan wasn't quite forthcoming with his information, and Sherman finds out the hard way that werewolves don't really like being killed, but they do like wrestling.

Yeah brother!

©2017 Michael-Scott Earle (P)2017 Michael-Scott Earle

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  • Jeffrey Beyea
  • 02-01-18

I’ll continue listening

I continuously laughed while going through this book. The humor may be targeted to an older audience but in concert with David Dietz narration it impressed me. Still on the short side but worth the listen.

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  • Dakota Murphy George
  • 16-06-18

Loved the Character voices

Could not help remembering old wrestling shows due to the voices and the pace of the story had been great. Looking forward to hearing the next book.

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  • Miles Trombley
  • 08-06-18

A great high school monster mash for nerds.

I read the previous Hell High books on Kindle, which got me hooked on the series. Then I decided to listen to the audiobook version of book 3. And ooooooooooh yeah! It is awesome! I loved the werewolf and the Orc teacher characters. They got unique personalities and are entertaining. Learning about the monsters are the good parts. I liked how the angle girls are basically Christain girls who are very nice. And the main characters are the driving force of this series. Some of the stuff that bothered me were some little cheesy melodrama between the main character and his love interest. But overall, it is a greatly enjoyable book. I hope the next one gets made, but I heard this series has flopped. Who knows.

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  • Arthur
  • 18-04-18

Enjoyable

The series continues with no time in between the books. This title was just as enjoyable as the other two titles and I look forward to future audio books.

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  • saul
  • 13-04-18

short and to the point. as well as entertaining.

blood moon rises off the end of the particles that surround us and as the moon rises again over are putrid forms, we wake to know and understand that we are but moths fluttering around a fire that shall one day consume us all.

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  • Lint
  • 10-11-17

this one was a lot of fun

there was so much nostalgia from when I was kid watching hogan, machoman and ultimate warrior on tv.

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