I like the entire series. now when i look at my dog, I hear Oberons voice in his head and it makes me think of this book. Can't wait for the next book in the series. I will own and read them all.
The story evolves and adds more characters.
There are lots of interesting events that are not what we see coming.
This entire series has been a joy. I am sharing it with my family.
Everyone loves it!
Male from Pittsburgh, PA.
I really enjoy this series and thought Luke Daniels did an excellent job on the prior three books. On this one, his performance seemed a little off, particularly with Oberon. Oberon came off too "cutesy." Other than that, I enjoyed the book. It wasn't my favorite of the series, but still very enjoyable.
I have truely come to love this series. The books are very well written and have great stories behind them. Once again, Oberon the wolfhound, keeps me laughing out loud and dying for more. The writer just has a great way with words & a great imagination. I will continue to read these books as long as he keeps writing them.
I would recommend these books to anyone. They are all very fun to listen to. Narrated beautifully and very funny. Beware you might find yourself craving apple bacon sausages!
Oberon I can't get enough of him. He's is so funny
Everything!! All of the different voices and accents really make this book
21st century lone ranger and tanto
The book is exciting as the last three.
It flows really well.
The iron druid shows his human fragility in this book.
I just couldn't wait to listen to the next chapter each time.
This book is as good as the previous 3 books.
Epic Fantasy buff who appreciates humor in the story line. Interested in writing. Appreciates a good masculine story line. Also interested in Health and self-help business skills.
This book was not the same old TV dinner tale where it seems like someone switched covers and character names to a worn out story line. The Iron Druid and Indian Reservation setting made for an easily identifiable situation with its own combination of dangers. The Oberlin commentary continues to provide pure heart feeling and comedy just when things get dark. One laughs from the well timed joke as much from the humor as a need to relieve one's own story induced tension.
This compares well to the Dresden Files books by Jim Butcher.
During the betrayal there was a moment when light was dark and wrong did right. It was like someone asking you if you met Hitler as a baby, would you be able to kill it knowing that it had not done any wrong yet.
I think the humor and the fact that it never got boring. Just a really fun book.
Chronicals of Oberon and his pet Druid.
extremely similar in tone to the Dresden books, but not as melancholy.