This book ranks around the middle of the pack in my listening experience. It moved quickly and was an entertaining listen. I bought it to try out the series and was priced right.
The final fight scene with the werewolves, witches and Atticus's arch enemy was pretty good
Although I rarely listen to an audio book in one sitting I did go through this one in three days.
Entertaining short listen
the characters, the old lady, the dog, their dialog was great!
The casualness of the old lady to what was taking place around her..
He had a young voice of someone the age of the druid. How he made the dog sound was hilarious and of course, the old lady. All of his characters were great. I've already listened to the second one and will purchase the third in the series. I hope they keep coming.
I always enjoy it when books portray magic in inventive ways, ways that make it believable, but still magical, and the druidic powers and magical lore in hounded fit in perfectly, which is particularly hard to do in an urban fantasy book. Anyway, the story's good, the performance is great, and the jokes are extreamly clever and outright hilarious. This book is awsome, period.
Great use of humor and sarcasm in a fantasy yarn!, Well read story, I bust a gut laughing!
This book is VERY entertaining, the off hand comments and sarcasm are great. One of the things I really enjoyed was the relationship between Atticus and Oberon and it only get's better in the second book, which I'm listening to now.
An avid reader living in NY.
This book was a good take on the fantasy subject world, but it seems to be the book that sets you up for future adventures, so the characture development was a little less than I was hoping for. I will read future installments of this series to see how it changes.
We loved this book and the consecutive titles. The narrator was really good too!
The narration is amazing. The story is very interesting.
Oberon never ceases to crack me up.
The book captured my attention throughout
This is a must-hear audiobook.
As soon as I started listening to Hounded, I didn't want to stop! I needed to know what happened next. Atticus gets in over his head and there is constant danger at every turn. Oberon, his dog who he has a special link with is hilarous and makes me literally laugh out loud. The story is great and the narration is fabulous. Luke Daniels is now my favorite narrator.
I enjoy this time and consider it well spent exercising my imagination. I now have these other worlds to tell you about. I have value.
Totally not what I thought it might be. It was a reasonable story line ,narrated pretty good. Most of the character voices were believable. The best part was the comedy. It is not dry humor. When the main character is hurt and his dog makes him laugh ,you almost hurt too. There are a few foul words,but nothing to go to confession over. The story line was imaginable . Even though it contained your standard witches,druids,werewolves and vampires and the like, it was a nicely tangled web and full of modern day antics to boot. Couldnt shut it off . Got me in trouble a few times for staying up to late. My OUT LOUD laughing got me some explaining to do. You'll enjoy it. Even his lawyers, a vampire and a werewolf, kick butt. Now if you'll excuse me I'm on to the second book. Dont miss this one.