Sometimes the following books start to get old. Not so with this book. Builds on book one. A great read and fund with your wrong adults (or just yourself)
Listens to audiobooks while travelling to and from various countries in Europe.
After I listened to "Hounded" I couldn't wait to start listening to "Hexed". The story is not as good as "Hounded" was in my opinion. Though the action was fast paced, I felt the story a was bit rushed, specially when the action starts. Still, I enjoyed it enough to give it a favorable rating. It is a nice audiobook to listen to, and the conversations with Oberon are a real treat (I think Oberon is the real hero of this series).
If you liked "Hounded", you will probably like this one as well, but it is the lesser book of the two.
I Love reading books, My Job makes that difficult, so Audio Books have re-opened the Universe to my Soaring Imagination!
Awesome performance, and great story. I can totally see this as a tv series soon. I cant wait for the next book to come out.
I have bought all the books in the The Iron Druid Chronicles. And I will continue to do so. It is an exciting and addictive series. Lots of humor !!.
I like Luke Daniel's way of telling the story.
As a Norwegian, so I know the gods of thunder, Odin and Heimdall. Fun to see the gods is put in a different light than the ones we are used to
For me, this is the best purchase of literature ever.
Have high expectations for the next book.
I thought was as good or better than the previous book hounded. Hearne does an amazing job of blending fast action and humor through a high fantasy adventure in a contemporary setting. As contrasting as that sounds he turns it into a fluid story full of interesting characters. My only complaint is I wish the stories were longer.
The narration is smooth and I though it captured the individual personalities very well.
I'm an instructor in the business college at a university in the Pacific Northwest. Enjoy hard scifi and books about how the brain works.
Another very funny (I laughed so hard I swerved onto the side of the road) book, with great character moments. I gave it 4 stars because the scenes with the cops seemed more Keystone Cops than they needed to be, and some of the words are mispronounced, but we meet more wonderful characters and continue the worldbuilding. Atticus, Laksha, Oberon, the widow lady, Granuel (sp?), Leif, Hal, etc are back. Atticus begins teaching Granuel druidic lore, and his ears seem to be a target for every bad guy. Oh, and Oberon always deserves a treat!
Suspend your disbelief and have some fun. This is not a history book (although you might learn some) it's great entertainment.
This is an urban fantasy offering that doesn't take itself too seriously, yet has enough character development to get you invested in what happens to the protagonist. Quite a fun performance, especially the voice of the hound, Oberon. Could easily slide toward cheesy, but the narrator does a nice job keeping it on the entertaining side. I ended up listening to all three of these books, and will be thrilled to hear more when the next one is released.
Great read by Luke Daniels and another great installement by Kevin Hearne for his Iron Druid Chronicles. In the midst of mythical gods come to life, druidry, sorcery, vampires, wearwolves and a decidedly green twist, Hearne's first person narrative via his main character Atticus the Druid keeps things warmhearted and humorous. Like all good stories, it is easy to identify with Hearne's characters and care about their fate. I just wish Hearne would write longer books!