[Ebook] ➩ Skorpio ➯ Mike Baron – Pcusati.info

[Ebook] ➩ Skorpio ➯ Mike Baron – Pcusati.info Vaughan Beadles, Professor Of Anthropology At Swanky Creighton University, Is On Top Of The World Married To A Beautiful Woman, Beadles Has Just Taken Possession Of The Largest Uncatalogued Amerindian Collection In The US For Years Beadles Has Investigated The Mysteriously Vanished Azuma, But When One Of His Students Dies From A Scorpion Sting, His World Comes Crashing Down His Wife Abandons Him, And He Finds Himself Charged With Grand Larceny And ManslaughterHis Only Hope For Redemption Is To Prove That The Azuma Were Real And Find The Epicenter Of Their Civilization A Journey That Takes Him To Arizona And A Fateful Encounter With A Monster Literally From His Own Nightmares Mike Baron Writes Like The Bastard Offspring Of James Crumley And Rex Miller, In Prose So Hardboiled You Ll Break A Tooth Jeff Marriote

10 thoughts on “Skorpio

  1. Ms. Nikki Ms. Nikki says:

    I wanted to give up on this read It wasn t that the writing was bad, because it s not It was the pacing and the main character s motivation that I found to be ineffective in pulling me along.The second half of the book kind of spiraled out of control and lost focus of what needed to happen to make the s

  2. Ralph L Jr. Ralph L Jr. says:

    A Review of SkorpioBy Mike BaronI read the book Skorpio by Mike Baron, he of comics fame from such characters as Nexus and The Badger.Mike s Skorpio is a different type of story from I am used to from him in that it was a horror tale focusing on a terrible, ghostly creature of vengeance in the American Southwest

  3. Tara Tara says:

    Usually my reading fare consists of classics The Sun Also Rises, The Grapes of Wrath or delves into historical fiction The Josephine B series by Sandra Gulland, The Chaperone by Laura Moriarty This time I decided to try something entirely new and picked up a copy of Skorpio by author Mike Baron Typically, this is where I

  4. Douglas Castagna Douglas Castagna says:

    Fast paced, perhaps a bit too face paced When things go South for us it does tend to do so pretty fast, but here, damn, it happens in the blink of an eye The book is short and the action happens quickly, but the characters do not truly have time to develop and grow The backstory is effective as are the opening chapters, neverthel

  5. BJ Haun BJ Haun says:

    Got about a third of the way through the book before I decided to put it down The intro prologue was alright, but everything after that was a bit dull Also the piecemeal reveal that the main character is, in fact, a scumbag didn t really help Silly me, but I don t like to read about characters I don t care about.

  6. Stephan Stephan says:

    Not all that engaging I bought this novel from the Baen site which seems to be branching out from it s Sci Fi roots This is one where you can almost read the book by its cover

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