I would listen again for the pure entertainment and humor. The narration is engaging and the story as a stand alone adventure merits relisten.
Atticus remembers his familial past and examines the events with his present knowledge, making the character vulnerable and human.
One character out of the many is so hard as each is so well developed. For this book I would choose Atticus
There are too many laughs to count, but the Leif thread of the story shocked and angered me.
As a continuation of a series it is hard for an author to meet expectation of readers without losing some parts we love. Hearne does not disappoint with this book, he enriches the series and character.
Summing up Tricked in 3 Words: Funny, Fast paced and unpredictable. The new pantheon and enemies kept me guessing and laughing throughout the book.
The questions asked at the intervention of omniscient gods. I dont want to spoil it for anyone but lets just say If I had the chance to ask questions of all knowing beings, I wish I could remember even half of the ones Atticus comes up with.
Oberon, The scoobby do type voice he uses for Oberon always cracks me when paired with the dialog written by Keven Hearne.
I would have liked to listen all at once, it was hard to pick good places to pause to go to work or visit with family.
it had to end. I wish The Iron Druid installments were twice as long. These books go by way too fast! Now I have to figure out what to do until Hearne finishes "Trapped". Bummer.
I just love this series. This is not a stand alone book, you would be lost without reading (or listening) to them in order. Great story, kept my attention all the way through. The narrator Luke Daniels is awesome, by turns serious, sly, amused and yes, even slightly goofy! I may need my own snuggle-bunny lol
I can't wait for book five.
This book starts off a bit flat, just doesn't grab you like the others did. It gets better as it goes. On the whole the story is not quite as good as the other three, but Luke Daniel's performance of Oberon's character had me laughing out loud quite a few times, and that more than made up for it. Like the others in the series, this one has a nice sense of humor that keeps you smiling as you're listening. Well worth the credit. If you're new to the series, start at the beginning - you'll have more fun.
The banter between Atticus and Oberon never disappoints. The characters come alive through Hearne's writing and Daniel's narration.
If I had the time to listen to this from start to finish in one sitting I definitely would have done.
This series continues to impress. I can't wait for the next book and was grateful for the 1st chapter tease of the next entry.
Yes, It was entertaining
The interaction with the different gods.
About the same.
I chuckled sometimes but nothing extreme.
My reading and listening tastes are eclectic.
This was one great listen, and I hated every single interruption. This continuation to the Iron Druid series keeps you at the edge of your seat, and is a great addition. The crossovers between the pantheons of all the major belief systems is so creative and really works for the author. The narrator is excellent and keeps the different voices separate for each character. At this point, I am willing to listen to anything narrated by Mr. Daniels. The only thing that I didn't like was the teaser for the next book in the series. Now I am stuck wanting to hear the next one NOW, and it hasn't been published yet!
Entertaining, funny, captivating
He is one of the best narrators I've heard I love his interpretation of Oberon
I laughed a lot and felt very sad some times
This series is fast becoming on of my favorites. The preview at the end just makes me want book 5 to get here that much faster.