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.
I stumbled onto this looking for something new. I literally logged on and bought the next two books in the series after finishing the first one and am already queuing for the fourth due in March 2012.
This series really has a little of everything. The characters are relatable and the momentum of the story just keeps flowing so well that I wanted to finish this in a single sitting. You don’t need to be a hard core fantasy fiction fan to enjoy this one.
Topped with a great sense of humour this series often had me laughing out loud.
I definitely haven't read anything like this before.
I am not sure. The performance is excellent! It’s just more convenient for me to just switch on and listen than find the time to properly settle down to read.
Auberon (the dog)'s chirps had me snickering a few times.
Thoroughly enjoyed it! Can’t wait for the next one. Definitely a new fan!
I Love reading books, My Job makes that difficult, so Audio Books have re-opened the Universe to my Soaring Imagination!
Kevin does an awesome Job, continuing the storyline, and Luke has totally captured the main characters. I highly recommend you read this series in Order.
If you like Irish / Scottish folk tales or better yet are into Druids, you will enjoy this book. At first it is wierd that the author includes many references to things a college age person of our current age would be into and say, but get past that and you will really enjoy this book. Don't expect a Morgan Llywellyn style reallistic approach to history. The author plays with the Celtic gods and they make very believeable villians and love interests for the main character. In addition there are werewolves, vampires and witches (oh my!), which of course are living amongst us, but we mere mortals just have no idea. The narrater does a good job of capturing each character's personality, especially the hound! By the end you will wish it was longer, even though at first listen it is a bit contrived. I plan to continue with the rest of the series, gotta see what happens next.
This was a great story to listen to. We took a long trip and were very entertained by the reading which was both suspenseful and a bit humorous!
This series is awesome, can’t wait for the fourth book to come out. The concept is original and very entertaining. These tales are sure to please.
Listener of Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Intrigue (not romance), Historical Fiction and very eclectic in her literary wanderings.
Story is more of an Young Adult fiction but wouldn't be called that because of the sex and descriptions. It's fun, light and full of action. You as the listener feel a bit pummeled as the character. I heard myself saying, "Another attack?" :) The gods act like gods and the people act like people. The story progresses from the first chapter and is fun to follow.
Loved the use of myths from many cultures and how they interacted with each other.
In characterization, very similar to Dresden Files by Jim Butcher and that was part of the appeal for me.
Added bonus for me was the setting, Tempe, Arizona. Since I live in Phoenix, I know the area very well and it's obvious the author lives nearby. If you were to visit, using the book as your guide, you could navigate the college town pretty well! Though if you're looking for celtic gods, you might want to visit Ireland instead.
I know a lot of listeners are obsessed with male readers being able to sound like females for character voices- Luke Daniels doesn't fool your ears but gets the voice the same every time, so for me it was pleasant to listen to. I love the dog the most!