What Happens in Vegas, Dies in Vegas

What Happens in Vegas Dies in Vegas After faking his own death Kal Hakala is free of the Bureau of Supernatural Investigation and can finally focus his energy on destroying the monster that murdered his sister With the help of trusted

  • Title: What Happens in Vegas, Dies in Vegas
  • Author: Mark Everett Stone
  • ISBN: 9781603818681
  • Page: 176
  • Format: Paperback
  • After faking his own death, Kal Hakala is free of the Bureau of Supernatural Investigation and can finally focus his energy on destroying the monster that murdered his sister With the help of trusted former teammates, he embarks on a quest to find an artifact to activate a magical Tesla Coil, the only device powerful enough to kill a legend But wherever Kal goes, troubleAfter faking his own death, Kal Hakala is free of the Bureau of Supernatural Investigation and can finally focus his energy on destroying the monster that murdered his sister With the help of trusted former teammates, he embarks on a quest to find an artifact to activate a magical Tesla Coil, the only device powerful enough to kill a legend But wherever Kal goes, trouble isn t far behind It s not easy to locate an artifact without alerting the BSI Kal narrows his search to Las Vegas, where he and his friends encounter the greatest peril ever to threaten our world a threat found only in Sin City but rooted in World War II Germany, site of the past s most heinous crimes Can Kal overcome an enemy so diabolical, so evil, that annihilating millions is merely one phase of its master plan The task seems impossible, but for Kal Hakala, the best agent in the BSI s history, the impossible only requires patience and careful planning Patience is not Kal s strong suit.

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  • Mark Everett Stone

    Born in Helsinki, Finland, Mark Everett Stone arrived in the U.S at a young age and promptly dove into the world of the fantastic Starting at age seven with the Iliad and the Odyssey, he went on to consume every scrap of Norse Mythology he could get his grubby little paws on At age thirteen he graduated to Tolkien and Heinlein, building up a book collection that soon rivaled the local public library s In college Mark majored in Journalism and minored in English Mark is feverishly working on his next book, The Judas Line, while his amazingly patient wife, Brandie, keeps him and their two sons, Aeden and Gabriel, in check.

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  • I still love the Ferocious Finn but I did not love this book as much as I did the first. Don't get me wrong, I still really liked it, thus the four stars, but I didn't enjoy the time travel to WWII France story line. Maybe there wasn't enough of Kal in the story since the author told it from the different viewpoints of Kal's friends. It all worked out well in the end and the author did a nice job tying all the loose threads together at the end. I will be looking forward to the third book.It will [...]


  • hat Happens in Vegas, Dies in Vegas is the second installment in the From the Files of the BSI series by Mark Everett Stone. I reviewed book one Things to Do in Denver When You're Undead (loved it), last summer. You can read that review here.After the MAJOR shizz that went down at the end of book one, I was ready to find out what was coming up next for uber-hero Kal, the ultimate "man's man". Would he remain underground, hidden from the BSI? Would he finally get vengeance on the demon that kille [...]


  • After faking his own death in order to leave the BSI, Kal has gathered some former teammates and started working on a plan to take down Iku-Turso, the Class Five Supernatural who killed his sister all those years ago. In his quest to find an Artifact of power to use to power the magical Tesla Coil, he stumbles across a real mess in Las Vegas – an evil dating from WWII, which is seeking to find the strength in modern times to change the course of history. Can Kal find a way to stop it? And can [...]


  • What Happens in Vegas, Dies in Vegas (From the Files of the BSI)Mark Everett StoneCamel Press (2011), Paperback, 302 pagesIf you haven't read Book One of the BSI it will take a chapter or two to get oriented. Figuring out who does what and how; magic, mayhem or maven, but once you've got that in place the story flows quite smoothly.Stone does change perspectives every chapter or two, but it's generally clear who's voicing the tale at any given moment. That may give a challenge to those readers w [...]


  • I read the first Kal Hakala book 'Things to do in Denver when you're Un-dead' simply because I was stalked by the incorrigible Mr. Stone on twitter. And I am SO glad I read it. Full throttle, gore splashed, hilarious and absorbing. I read fast on the whole but when I find a book I like I DEVOUR it. It says a great deal then that I managed to consume every word of each of these books in a mere two hours. Terrific stuff!'What happens in Vegas' carries on where 'Things to do in Denver' left off and [...]


  • Stone is a master, and I don't say that lightly. There are a lot of crap writers out there (both main stream and self published), but I can categorically state that Mark Everett Stone is not one of them. The characters are well rounded, well developed and the story line thumps along at a very good pace that keeps the reader interested and wanting to know more. But more than this, I cared for the characters, I wanted to know they'd be ok. Stone also has a rare talent in being able to not only dra [...]


  • Loved this book! Really enjoyed the first book in the BSI series, so I couldn’t wait to get this one and I was not disappointed. Kal is back to kick some supernatural butt and has gathered some old friends to try to take out Iku-Turso, the creature who killed his sister. While trying to find an artifact to help him in his plot for revenge, he runs across an unexpected supernatural evil in Las Vegas. From there, the action is nonstop as Kal and his team struggle to stay alive long enough to eve [...]


  • The number one rule for sequels is simple, they are often found lacking, become trivial, or are usually a bad idea. I'm very happy to say none of that is found in Mark Everett Stone's second installment in the B.S.I. files. The author continues his tongue in cheek humor and sarcasm as he takes us on a ride that's full of twists and turns. His character of Kalevi Hakala remains interesting and engaging while Kal's life comes full circle. I for one cannot wait for the third installment of the seri [...]



  • If you like a book that will grab a hold of you and never let go, then What Happens in Vegas, Dies in Vegas is the book for you. Stone weaves a tale of the Bureau of Supernatural Investigations (BSI to the lay person) and their fight to protect all of us from the forces of evil that leak into our world from the World Under. Think Men In Black but only instead of aliens whose heads grow back, imagine a demon with several heads full of teeth wanting to eat your face off. Throw in a bad-ass agent n [...]


  • In the very beginning, I was pleasantly surprised to discover that it actually wasn't that bad. The feeling didn't last long.At first it was just okay. Even when they suddenly introduced time travel (totally bizarre), it was doing all right. But it got old fast.All four main characters are exactly the same. Violent, think their tough as nails, and very flat. You can tell the author tried to give them some depth in various scenes, but it just comes across as rather ridiculous.Which is the perfect [...]


  • Kal Hakala is an ex-agent of the Bureau of Supernatural Investigation. He’s started a new life, settling in Vegas so he can make a little money from the dimensional soft spot there while searching for his sister’s killer. Along comes a guy with a lot of great ideas to help Kal make the venture profitable. Sounds great, doesn’t it? It is, until He finds out that the guy is actually a Nazi. Not just a Nazi but one of the most ruthless men in history. It’s a terrifying scenario. What if the [...]


  • This is a second book of a series and since I didn't read the first, it took me a while to figure out what was going on. In general I thought that the book was fun and engaging. The plot was moving quickly and I was glued to the book the entire time. However, I thought that the characters needed a little work. I have read books where the characters jump off the pages and this book is not one of them. This book is for anyone, who wants to read something fast and light.


  • Liked this book as well, great action. Some wonderful lines, and the time-travel was handled better than others I've read. The repetition of the word interesting-er, a made up word, to keep from saying curiouser(I am guessing), got annoying after the first few chapters. The different POV's were great too, so except for the repetitive use of a nonsensical word, it was a good follow up for the first book. I'm a sucker for guest star cameos and movie refs, though.


  • better than I expected. Kind of made me wish i'd read the first one, but now I definitely need to read the sequel. I'm excited to see where this story goes now.



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