The performances are great. I love the story and appreciate that the story has tons of funny moments to break things up. I have fallen in love with these characters.
I loved the story, but the actor changed the voices of main characters in this 4th book. I liked the voices in book 1-3. Luke Daniels.....go back to the original Oberon sounds like a 3 year old with a college grads vocabulary and he doesn't say "sausages" correctly. Coyote and the apprentice are not right either.
I absolutely love audible! I read constantly and there is nothing better than finding a new series to follow. I'm a syfy/fant kinda gal.
The conversations between the dog and Adacus was the most enjoyable. I love the fact that they can communicate telepathically. It's hillarious!
I like the concept of Druids living for millions of years. I like the God's and the different planes of reality. Very interesting and fun!
He has done all these books and I really like his performances. He does great voices for the characters.
Yes it was. I listened to it all in 2 days. Very fun books.
These are good reads. I recommend them.
I would recommend (and have) all of Kevin Hearne's books to friends. It is a great series putting a modern day spin on a lot of the old myths and legends.
His Wide variety of voices that make you really identify with the characters
I love this series! I love everything about it. It's witty, smart, clever and sometimes sarcastic. Only problem is... the books are over too soon! I plug in my headphones and it sin't long before I'm smiling, or laughing out loud. Makes a dreary day a little brighter.
Kevin Hearne manages to twist mythology and "reality" into a clever tale and I love how he incorporates the Navajo mythology with the rest of his pantheon. The story is engaging on its own but Luke Daniels brings it to life like on one else could. He really seems to "get" the tale and knows just how to give it voice. I love Oberon and miss the widow, but I'm looking forward to the new characters we will meed in the next in the series!
I love this series and am always sad when the book is over and I have to wait for the next installment. The main problem is that I read the first three in quick succession because I found the series after the first three were all available on Audible. The characters are amazing and funny and the story-lines are so entertaining. Kevin needs to write faster!
I have over two hours in the car everyday so love my audio books. I listened to all four of the Druid Chronicles without tiring. I think Luke Daniels rates close to my favorite narrator, Jim Dale, in his ability to differentiate the voices of different characters.The story kept my interest and the characters were likable. I will look for more books by Kevin Hearne!
Atticus O'Sullivan, of course, although I loved the Indian elder from the last book also.
I've been listening to books for twelve years. I love to read but never could find enoough time just to sit. Audio opened a whole new world for me. I love it! I love Sci-Fi and Fantasy and an occasional mystery. The iphone is a great delivery tool for me. Listening to books may not be for everyone, but it is an awesome alterative for me. Everyone should give it a try!
The witty human between him and his dog.
He does a great job of portraying each character. I couldn't image anyone esle reading this book to me. Luke Daniel does it prefect!
Everything you want is in this book. I don't think I ever wanted to cry. The main character looks at life with so much irony. When he gets in over his head he can still find humor.
Every book in this series was just great. I loved the story, the characters, and most of all I loved the reader!
I like the fact that the author has bounced around to different gods from different groups of people. I really enjoyed the description of the native American man setting up a barrier against the skin changers. I was great to be able to hear it happen through the magic eyes of the main character.
I felt both extremes during the book. The dog always made me laugh but I was genuinely sad when the old native American man died.