i liked the story
his voice was easy to listen too and he altered his voice just enough so you could tell the who was talking
oberon the dog made me laugh
I would recommend this book for a good laugh!!
Fantasy,that comes alive
when Oberon gets wacked by the dark powers
I listen to books on my long commute.
Continuing the series the characters created by Hearne are interesting and exciting. I'm still really enjoying reading the series and have already bought book 4!
Okay, so as it stands the conversations between the main character and his pet Oberon are some of the funniest things in fantasy writing. I have laughed so hard that people came to check on me.
He is good enough that if he just went with the voices he used for the people he wouldn't need to tell you who was speaking.
maybe, not my favourite.
Oberon, but there was not enough of him! Or the widow, they are fun to follow and were absent for most of the story : (
Great series! Totally recomend it!
I love the character in this novel. If you're looking for a sex packed romp as suggested by the covers, thank goodness you will be disappointed. Main character is strong, sensible and just trying to live a normal life despite his connections to gods and goddesses. Luke Daniels did a great job voicing the characters. I look forward to more fulfilling fantasy fare from Hearne.
The Iron Druid Chronicles is up there with my favorite series. I love the mythology and the interactions between Atticus and Oberon consistently makes me laugh!
Musical Theatre fan and practioner
The reader's style and the wonderful story
The dog, I just love his mind and how it works - and of course, the sexy Druid
He brings a clear character with his voice, it says so much!
Thor ain't nothin' but a bully with a magic hammer. His ride is pulled by goats, after all.
I am really enjoying Kevin Hearn's book, the stories are engaging and L. Daniel's reading style is wonderful, and colorful, and fills in the colors and nuance of the story. I am reading all the druid books frist first to last.
Full of action
Leif - you learn a lot more about him in this story. A great vampire - not one of those wussy Twighlight guys! :)
Luke is the best narrator I've ever heard
Not as much as the first two, but yet
It's good - don't get me wrong. I love what Kevin Hearne is doing and I think Luke Daniels is a great narrator. But this book is more about establishing the backdrop for what is presumably coming next.
I rather liked the campfire story sequence. I know others have pushed against it, but I like that story within a story mechanic.
He's just a perfect voice for Atticus. He captures his mood and feeling with the nuances of his voice.
Someone's Coming For You Thor, And This Time It Isn't Loki
This book does represent a change in tone. The first two books were more or less lighthearted in their story telling. This one starts to get a little darker and moodier. Motives aren't clear cut, Atticus isn't always a good guy, or at least not always a correct guy. The story here seems destined to be the backdrop for the remaining books in the series. As such, it's perhaps a little long on exposition, but I don't really mind that. Much like the Dresden Files fourth book, this book seems to mark a transition from what was a couple of stand alone stories to a longer form story arc. I think the lighter tone of the first two books may be lost, but I think the richer story more than makes up for it.