Source: provided by the author for an honest review
Date read: March 1, 2014
0.1. Stone Soldier
0.2. Stone Soldiers: Catching Fire
0.3. Stone Soldiers: City of Bones
0.4. Stone Soldiers: Sea of Monsters - Kindle
2. Brothers in Stone
3. Blood and Stone
4. Shades of War
5. Black Knight Down
6. Armageddon Z
7. Seven Deadly Sons
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When pirates in the Gulf of Aden turn out to be more than the U.S. Navy SEALs can handle, the stone soldiers of Detachment 1039 are deployed to the region. But a pack of seafaring therianthropes are the least of the team's problems when they face off against the supernatural pirates' leader: a mythical creature from ancient history with nothing but contempt for humanity.Thoughts on Sea of Monsters: I have a soft spot for that Colonel Kenslir. He has a knack for popping in when the situation is dire and beating the crap out of the things that go bump in the night. The fact that he's nearly immortal and can take a lot more damage than a normal soldier can doesn't detract from the fact that he does all this with BADASS STYLE.
And this book doesn't change that. He not only kicks butt, severs heads, and takes names, he does it all while protecting the men around him. Even when they're not part of his team and they kinda don't listen well.
Let this be a lesson to you -- don't try to show up a super soldier. You'll just look douchey doing it. No one wants to look douchey. Just let the Colonel do his thing. Even if you don't know what that thing is. He's got you covered. For real.
Needless to say, this is another fun installment in the Stone Soldiers series! While we didn't get to see the regular crew tangle with baddies, we did get the trademark ass-kickery I've come to love.