This is a satisfying sequel to the first book. I really enjoyed the dialog and interaction between characters. Oberon really shines, and I'm really looking forward to what ever his fascination will be in the next book. My only real complaint is that there is not enough Laksha (spelling? I listened to it in audio form and Luke Daniels does awesome narration.) There is also not enough epilogue really, in fact the epilogue that it does have feels like it should of been done in book one, which is pretty much what Atticus says. I'm really looking forward to the next book I mean really really looking forward to it. Also poor Atticus, none of the women in his life just want him for himself, they all want his power. I wonder how he's going to get his left ear back in the next book. I also hope he gets more attention from the cops I love how he deals with them. Plus more screen time for his new employee would be good as well.
avid audiobook listener, sociopath, nerd.
I really love this series. These books are great for my short attention span. They're full of action, comedy and more than a little bit of danger. I'll keep listening as long as Kevin Hearne keeps writing.
I listened to all three books in the series, one after the other!
This book is like the Dresden Files...only I seem to like it better!
I love all of the interactions between him and his dog....tooo funny!
Just like its predecessor, Hounded, Hexed delivers tons of action and lots of laughs. After ridding the world of an obnoxious god and most of the demons he released into the world, you would think Atticus O’Sullivan could get more than a three week break. Nope. Instead, this ancient druid is bombarded by misbehaving demons, irritated gods, and evil witches. Hexed has a lot of the same spirit and energy that Hounded had but I think I liked Hexed a little bit more. Mainly because, at this point in the series, a lot of the character development is out of the way and the actions ensues. And there is lots of it.
The main conflict in Hexed is centered around a coven of nasty, evil witches. Like supported the Nazis, evil. Atticus teams up with another coven a witches, the good or at least better kind of witches, and some werewolves to take out the mean coven. However, they prove to be a formidable foe.
In my Hounded review, I forget to mention one of the best characters in the series. Oberon is Atticus’ trusty Irish Wolfhound, with a heart of gold. He fights along side his master, saves the day, provides witty commentary on all of Atticus’ enemies, and is just plan awesome. Oberon makes this book. I can’t believe I forgot to mention him in my Hounded review because he is my favorite characters.
Once again, the narrator is fantastic. There is such a wide range of characters in these books and performs every character well and with a believable voice. Another great road trip audiobook. It’s fun, engaging, and impossible to stop listening to.
Overall, I highly recommend this series. Kevin Hearne doesn’t disappoint. I’m eagerly looking forward to my next road trip when I get to listen to the next book in the series.
I grew up on Golden Age Radio, I love to learn about a great many things, and I enjoy a wide variety of genres. Me, bored? Never!
Picking up 3 weeks or so where book 1 left off, this book pushes forward. So far the series is one part Dresden Files and one part Supernatural with a dash of Highlander thrown in just for grins. This particular book opens up the immortality angle by pitting Atticus against a coven of demon-consorting witches from the WWII era. It's hard not to see the influences, and at the same time, it's so easy to sit back and enjoy the ride.
I would recommend this series to anyone who enjoys audiobooks. The quality of writing and narration is superb and the humor is perfect.
His accents are amazing. It's incredible how much range he has and his voice for Oberon always makes me smile.
Listen to all kinds, but mostly enjoy witty light-hearted entertaining reads. Stay away from romance novels & books with heavy violence.
Enjoying that the story is lighthearted with a lot of sarcasm and wit. Sometimes I like a break with a shorter story that makes me smile and keeps me interested. This series does the trick.
I'm a horror nut! Zombies in particular! Epidemics, end of all things! Also enjoyed Game of thrones very much!
Wolf hound still gets me laughing!
No but bet ya I will be !
Basically did over day & half!
Again, check out this series! I can honestly say this author could go on & on with this series & never have to end it! Coming soon Iron Druid book 28!! Ill still be listening I'm sure!!
I was very excited to read both “Hounded” and “Hexed” by Kevin Hearne after the many overwhelming, great, positive reviews. Regrettably, I was very disappointed in both books AND that I had also wasted two credits : ( .
The humor in these stories seemed to be cheesy and immature. They were definitely not my type of fantasy stories. It appeared to be written for an audience with the maturity level of 13 year old adolescents. Perhaps those that enjoyed it liked the way it was set in modern day and were entertained by all of the ‘overdone’ fights that occurred frequently throughout the stories.
I made myself listen to the end of both books, in case they suddenly were going to get better. Unfortunately, this never happened for me. I felt that each of them were boring and absurd stories. Furthermore, I was never able to care about any of the one-dimensional characters.
The only plus I can give these two books is the excellent narrator, Luke Daniels!!
Hexed is a witty well written book. There are several serious plotlines which could have gotten confusing, but, Hearne's brilliant writing allows for clarity while navigating through the complex threads. As always, Oberon gave funny commentary on what he observed; and, the widow Mc Danaugh also added to the humor. The narrator , Luke Daniels, is excellent. Daniels does a great job with the accents and bringing personality to the characters. These are books are well researched and work well in a modern setting. I'm coming to this series late so I have the good fortune to be able to download the next one and begin reading it as soon as I finish this one.