A Shot in the Dark - K.A. Stewart Not quite as fun as the first book; this one definitely felt overlong and too repetitive with the cabin-in-the-wilderness-fighting-zombies routine. A lot more action, but it never really stood out.

Still, despite the second-book-in-a-series issues, it was enjoyable. I continue to adore Axel, and I like how he's getting development, as well as the expansion of the world building and mythos for the series. The Yeti demon made a solid and challenging antag; I also particularly liked some of the paintball creativity going on.

Looking forward to book 3 and onwards--I've enjoyed this series so far, and I hope it keeps up.