the triumph of the therapeutic

#118- Monster Hunter International Part 2


Scott and Karl conclude their discussion of Larry Correia’s Monster Hunter International Book 1.

The duo talks about what it takes to write an urban fantasy novel with a coherent worldview.

There’s great value in reading books that aren’t “important.” Karl says, “It’s not high-brow, it’s funny, it’s a book you can enjoy because as far as I can tell Correia has good character, so it has good character in the story too.”

For one, the characters in Correia’s novels operate with extraordinary will. Scott says, “There are certain arenas where the only thing that works is will.”

Tune in to hear more about what it takes to habituate genuine acts of the will when you need it the most. Brought to you by

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