Things to do in Denver When You’re Un-dead
by Mark Everett Stone
Agent Kal Hakala is a ten year veteran agent of the BSI, Bureau of Supernatural Investigations. This in itself is somewhat supernatural in that the mean life expectancy of a BSI agent is two years. His team is called to Denver to quell or eradicate a herd of zombies and they stay around because supernatural events happen in clusters.
As it happens Kal has been preparing for this career all his life, or at least since the age of fifteen. That was when he saw his sister brutally murdered by the Finnish version of cthulu called Iku-Turso. What saved him and is family was the intervention of a government agency; let’s just call them the Men in Grey. They don’t make you forget but they do lay a spell on you that will prevent you from spilling the beans.
Upon growing up he finds a card that an agent had given him and his rage resurfaces leading him to make…rash career and life choices. That is the end of the potential spoilers. The story is excellent and comes off kind of like a SWAT team for the X-files and Supernatural. There are zombies, witches, ghouls, Renfields and Vampires. Oh yeah, Brownies in a miniature Winnebago.
The action is violent and people get killed in gruesome ways so this is not a bedtime story for your kids…or fragile adults with disorders. Four out of five satisfaction points are thus awarded.