Finally, a fantasy series that doesn't take itself too seriously. The action will keep you turning the pages, with a smartass modern reference to Star Wars periodically to make you laugh out loud. Oberon the dog needs a nomination for best written dog character ever. I haven't looked at my own dog recently without imagining Oberon's excited voice and one track comments coming out of his mouth. Luke Daniels does an outstanding job with the different accents and characters. This series makes me want to plan long car trips so I'll have time to listen!
This book was among the better fantasy books I've listened to, good story and not a romance.
I haven't listened to this reader before but I thought he interpreted the character quite well. His voices for the other characters were also good, especially the dog. Loved the dog!
Overall, I enjoyed this book enough to look for others in the series.
The performer was great and the story was unique. It made me want to buy the next one! Wish it were longer...
I just finished all three of the books in this series, and, I have to say, I flew through them. The stories contain just the right mix of humor and message (think the ethics of keeping the earth) with a deft dash of sarcasm and sex to keep things moving.
Not on the list of classics, but such a good way to listen as you drive -- I want the next installment soon!!
His voice was varied and subtle, and he handled the various accents well. But how could I not also mention his interpretation of
No, because I didn't want it to end too soon!
Thanks and let's get that Book 4 on its way.
Only be cause Luke Daniels really captured the characters' essence.
Waking the witch by Kim Harrison is comparable because I love the supporting characters as much as the main character. It's a fun and exciting read as well.
The fun of Oberon's chatter just can't be captured by ink.
I loved the whole thing.
Excellent and fun story with a unique twist to perspective. Presentation was excellent, performance was spot on. The writing isn't deep or horribly complex but that enables it to come across as very refreshing and fun.
Oberron, the perspective of life from an Irish Wolfhound was inspired. I die laughing every time I come across a part with the dog.
Consistent attitude and accenting differences between each character presented so matter-of-fact that I had trouble NOT instantly visualizing every character.
Absolutely. Was so fun and paced lightheartedly.
A good pairing of books for people also into the Dresden novels. The Iron Druid Chronicles are nowhere near as dark or gritty as and are a perfect counterpoint for enjoyment.
Enjoyable, fun, easy
Laughed out loud a couple of times
This book has a terriffic reader. You forget there is a reader and see the picture in your head instead. I bought all three of these books because the stories are fun and the reader is so good. It is too bad the Harry Dresden books don't have this reader. Only thing wrong with this book is the way the reader pronounce Saquarro. If you like wizard, druids, witchs, gods, werewolves, vampires and big dogs that talk, you will love these books
Top 3, loved the book and the different voice characters.
Oberon and Atticus's relationship...the dog's point of view is great!
The final battle at the end with the gods, werewolves, whitches and Atticus.
This was a short, fun book to listen to. I will definitely be listening to the follow up books.The author has a great sense of humor and portrays such a fun character.
His enthusiasm and fun sense of humor, he really brings that out more.
It had a wide variety of interesting subjects from Gods and Goddesses to vampires and werewolves
Interesting book but I'm not sure I will continue the series