not as good as the first in the series, but still quite a good listen. Probably Luke Daniels' credit more than Kevin Hearne's
very good characterization and accents.
not really, it's not a edge-of-the-seat kinda story. Although action driven, it's a bit more slow moving
I would reccomend the story for it's pure entertainment
Atticus Finch's first hand account of his trials and tribulations as he battles good and bad witches, Keeps his Gods and Goddesses at bay, and lives to fight and love another day.
Oberon, The Morgan, each of the supporting characters was well rounded and brought a depth to the story.
It was an exciting story with constant action - swords, sorcery - all in a contemporary setting.
I highly recommend the entire series to any fans of the genre.
Fast moving story with great characters.
Love the dog.
I've listened to all in the series and am waiting for the next one.
Witchcraft-the good and the bad.
The whole series is fun. Hurry up with more.
I like the way the witches really thought they would take over the town. Of course, Oberon is still the best character.
Oberon will always be the best character. That dog really makes me laugh. My whole office had to hear about Oberon because I was continually laughing.
He really does make the characters come to life. There is a noticable difference between the characters.
Yes, I listen to the whole book in one sitting. I listen to books while working and this book was well worth the time and money.
The narrator was awesome, he made the entire read excellent.
When Atticus shows up on the old lady's porch naked and then she can't help but tease him about putting away the twig and berries, it was hysterical.
Everything, he is EXCELLENT.
I'm a fan of Jim Butcher's Dresden Files series and this parallels those with a bit of Terry Pratchett thrown in for good measure. Modern day druid fantasy with a nice touch of farce thrown in to provide the regular laugh.
Well written and well read.
This series will keep me happy. I strongly recommend it.
Mid range. The reader does a great job bringing the characters to life, particularly Oberon, the dog. We have talked about this book more than any previous audiobook. The characters are compelling and Oberon has become part of our family. Some of the writing is formulaic and some of the plot devices are predictable, but overall the concept and execution are unique and fun and a worthwhile listen.
Oberon. For the treats, naturally.
We laughed out loud multiple times when listening to the dog's view of the world. Hilarious!
I am going through all three books in this series and really enjoying them. They have several things in common with the Harry Dresden books: a mix of action, supernatural and humour. Both the reader and author of the HD books are better, but these were worth the price. If you are buying for a child, they are a bit more adult in some situations and language. They are good escapist fun.
One of the best I've heard so far
Masterful management of characters
Quite a few laugh-out-loud moments, and a good number of nail-biters as well.
Brilliantly done, overall.