A Shot in the Dark



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  • ebook
  • 320 pages
  • A Shot in the Dark
  • K.A. Stewart
  • English
  • 09 March 2017
  • 9781101516300

10 thoughts on “A Shot in the Dark

  1. says:

    I, like a lot of other people found Urban Fantasy some years ago Also like many other people I was introed to UF through Harry Dresden Interestingly enough I find that many of us who like Harry Dresden and like Urban Fantasy disagree on other UF series I stumbled on these a while back when I read the first paper back A Devil in the Details.What do you know I like these I m planning to order the next.So, who is Jesse James Dawson As I explained to our senior pastor when I arrived early at our small group meeting at Panera and she sat down next to as I was reading this bookIt s about a Katana wielding warrior who tries to live by the Samurai or Bushido code He is contacted by or finds people who have traded away their soul to a demon and then puts his own soul on the line to save them He fights the d...

  2. says:

    3.5 stars A Shot in the Dark continues a few months after A Devil in the Details, with Jesse James Dawson mostly recovered from his last demon death dance and tornado tango, but still suffering from nightmares of an earlier near fatal demon fight His annual Colorado camping trip with his buddies should provide ample opportunity for rejuvenation and recreation What should have been a relaxing retreat quickly turns into a siege reminiscent of the Alamo A Shot in the Dark provides a good mystery, a few thrills, a new take on zombies, MacGyver esque innovations in demon fighting and a peek into the true identity of Jesse s favorite demon sidekick, Axel hint read To Reign in Hell by Steven Brust or Milton s Paradise Lost This is a strong sequel to las...

  3. says:

    A Devil in the Details was K.A Stewart s debut novel last year in 2010, first in the Jesse James Dawson series a very promising start to her career I was a bit skeptical when I decided to read the book as the blurb and description didn t sound too appealing, but after a couple of chapters I could tell that this series would quickly become one of my favorites in the genre.Let s forget plot for the time being, that can be hit or miss The current main draw to the series is the compelling first person narrating voice Stewart has created, in many regards similar to that of Harry Dresden And how many times haven t we stumbled upon people looking for something similar to Dresden Well I finally found a series that I could endorse for fans of Dresden, particularly to those that enjoy that narrating voice Keep in mind that I m strictly recommending this on the merits of that aspect, nothing to do with plot, characters, setting, magic, etc In Jesse James Dawson you ll find a honorable character, full of wisecracks and humor remarks, and also a flawed character which in many ways Dresden also is And yes, he gets beat up quite badly on his way to kick just a little bit of ass.In all, Stewart has created one of the best male first person narrators in the Urban Fantasy scene in my opinion, to the point that I thought the book was written by a man Not because men are better writers than women, but because of how easy it felt to identify with the character me having...

  4. says:

    Another fun romp with Jesse James Dawson, demon slayer.Jesse and his buddies head up to mountains of Colorado for a long weekend of paint ball and male bonding Unfortunately, Jesse s arch nemesis, a demon also known as The Yeti , is planning an ambush attack on Jesse and his crew It s up to Jesse to ...

  5. says:

    Three stars is a gift Despite excellent storytelling and good, if simplistic character builing, A Shot in the Dark is so silly it s funny Confession C S Lewis in On Stories And Other Essays on Literature warns us not to review books of a genre we don t like I don t like urban fantasy This book confirms that opinion Zombies surrounding an isolated cabin i...

  6. says:

    Rating B Genre Urban Fantasy Review A Shot in the Dark, by K.A Stewart, is the second release in the Jesse James Dawson series Jesse is a champion by trade He fights for those who are too stupid to realize that selling your soul to a demon for 15 minutes of fame and fortune is a very bad idea He has already had a dozen such challenges in the 5 years since he became a champion including saving his own brother Cole.This time around, Jesse, Cole, and best friends Marty and Will will travel to the Colorado Rockies for their annual paint ball getaway It is supposed to be a time for fun and adventure after Jesse and his student Esteban were lucky enough to walk away from their previous misadventures But, it turns into a fight for their very survival when wild creatures attack them as they arrive at their destination.For Jesse, he will once again come face to face with the one demon he has had continued nightmares about for the past 4 years A nightmare about a demon named the Yeti who he barely survived fighting against Jesse will have to figure out a way to save his brother and friends from zombie like creatures who were once human but now answer the call of the Yeti.Jesse is part of a group of Champions that was put together by Ivan Zelenko Jesse doesn t know the true number of e...

  7. says:

    I really dug this book It had me completely engrossed right away, right back in the world without any hesitation Jesse s voice is so authentic, I never for a second doubted that this was a real guy and that these things were really happening, just like in the first book Stewart has a real gift for making the things she s writing about seem completely real, whether it s something that is based in reality, like Jesse s home life or the Colorado woods, or something as terrifying as his nightmare come back to life to hunt him down again I like the fact that when he gets hurt, he s hurt, he s no superhero He has nightmares because of the terrifying things he s had to do and seen, but he still keeps trying to help people because he s one of the few people who s aware of the problem with demons and has the ability to do something about it and he thinks it s important work He s a champion by choice, not by some magical calling or fate or destiny He s human It s also a terrific balance of banter action and darkness, keeping things from getting too serious or too silly in any moment And Axel is a great character, of course, seeing how that s unfolding and trying to figure out what s going on in the demon world ...

  8. says:

    As with the first volume of this series, it s still refreshing to see a hero who isn t embarrassed about being a good guy There s a good heart to these books.A Shot in the Dark has action than the first book, and perhaps moral complexity as well It, like the first book, is an entertaining read I won t give away any spoilers, but it is good to see how Jesse deals with one of his own greatest fears from the past and to see how his relationships may ...

  9. says:

    A great second installment in Stewart s Jesse James Dawson series I continued to really enjoy Jesse as a character, as well as his colorful friends and family I m especially intrigued with where the Axel storyline will go Love Stewart s tone i...

  10. says:

    A five star review just doesn t express how much I enjoyed book 2 in this series I wish I hadn t waited so long to dig into it My reading range covers everything I love a good series and a character you have to love Jesse s sense of humor is priceless Demon slayer Why the heck not Loved ...

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