YES!!!! Narrator Luke Hearne brings this book to life! Luke Daniels is a great writer and has a way of bring you into the story from the characters view point
Any of the Iron Druid Chronicels!! this is now my favorit series!
as always Luke Daniels delivers a great story! Like all of his books you never want it to end.
not sure.... there are so many great tag lines in the book!
IF ANY ONE EVER READS MY COMMENTS, please read this series YOU WILL NOT be disapointed!
Yes, it was fast and entertaining.
It's just as entertaining as his first book.
I love Oberon.
I like to stretch these things out.
I probably will listen to Hexed again. It was a fun listen. The narrator is one of the best. I love, love, love his reading of Oberon.
His books remind me a bit of Jim Butcher. Witty and well-crafted story.
Gosh...that's hard to say...any scene with Oberon.
This book made me laugh.
I love to read a well written book! Audible has made my life ever better by having process that allows me to enjoy a good book on the road!
The writer really has fun with his story, which makes you love it. Luke makes the whole thing come alive.
Oberon by far is my favorite. I love the way he looks at life. His view of the world pretty darn funny.
No I have not. I plan to lesson to all of them. The guy is awesome, he really know how to put life into a book.
It was so good that I couldn’t stop lessening...
I can’t wait for the next book!
Luke Daniels' performance is, as before, spot on. A truly great listen.
Not quite as good as the first, but still a great story. Atticus' use of words and casual observations are regular classics, many worthy of t-shirt immortality.
Oberon is so gravy! There isn't enough of him in this book. Melina's awesome too!
No. I like the audible version as I can listen on my way to uni.
Just as much fun as the first book. A lot of folks seem to be bothered by the sexism in this series, but oddly...I'm not really. I think I forgive a lot if an author can make me laugh, and honestly, I find him no more sexist than any of the female writers of urban/paranormal fantasies I have read in the past. I also find Hearne's sex scenes sooooooo much less disturbing. Thank you for not including all the nasty minute details, Hearne! Anyway, I am looking forward to the next book, and to meeting Thor and finding out why the heck everybody hates him so much!
I originally purchased this series after reading opinions that "if you like The Dresden Files books, you'll like these"... I agree and disagree simultaneously with that opinion though, mainly because of the difference of the writing style of different authors I suppose..
These are good audiobooks.. Don't get me wrong... There are interesting characters (what you know about them at least), the narrator does a good job, and the world created by the author is full of some interesting people/creatures/gods/etc.
HOWEVER, after the first hour of listening to the first book, I almost felt like I was listening to the 2nd book of the series, and that I had missed all of the character development that would happen on the first book of a series..
I guess I would liken it to going to a party full of strangers where your date knows everybody and is walking around laughing at inside jokes and secrets, and you are just standing around stumbling into conversations trying to learn names and how she knows everyone... BY YOURSELF.
I just felt thrown into the world abruptly and left to figure things out on my own instead of being introduced to it and guided into their lives.. The character development just didn't exist.
Just don't expect Jim Butcher's style and James Marsters' narration on these like The Dresden Files series... In comparison, there really isn't one in my opinion..
HOWEVER (again), these books will stand on their own just fine.. I suppose my love for Dresden Files books made my expectation of this series a bit out of reach.
All in all though, good series, w/ good narration... Just lacking in character development in my opinion..
The narrator does the voices well. The voice for Oberon the dog is great. That is how I think a dog would sound. The voice of coyote was over the top, but I think that trickster coyote would be like that.
Oberon he is a good companion for the druid.
I do not think that the voices I would chose when reading the book would be different. Mr. Daniels has done a great job with the voices. The voices are more then I thought they would be.
Myths brought to life.
I would recommend this audio book to a friend. The narrator, Luke Daniels is great. He really brings the story alive by auditorily making each character distinctly different, and by the feeling he puts into the reading. Kevin Hearne's writing style keeps you wanting to listen to more. I enjoyed his sense of humor, the plot fo the story and the way he keeps things moving at just the right pace.
One of the things that I enjoyed throughout the book was the main character's relationships with his dog, the widow down the street and his apprentence.
Luke Daniels is a master at using his vocal to bring each character alive. You relate to the character in a way that you may not if you read the story yourself.
As I finished this story I could hardly wait to begin the next book so I could see what was going to happen with the characters. Keving Hearne and Luke Daniels is a winning combination.