This is a short story set between "Tricked" (Book 4) and "Trapped" (Book 5). Its an easy listen without a lot of storyline development. There is a brief mention of the events in this story in the next book.
If you're a fan of the Iron Druid Series, by all means get it. I did while waiting anxiously for the next installment. It was a good listen.
Luke Daniels is a extremely talented Narrator. I will continue to be one of his fans.
Two ravens and a crow helps tie up some on answer questions in the iron Druid Chronicles.
I havent read the print version so i cant make this determination.
i would compare this book to the others in the series. this stands alone as a great book (they all do) but when read in succesion they are a great series for recreational reading.
Luke Daniels voices were great. the character development in his performance was intriguing to say the least.
There was a moment where I was moved. the end of the book was incredibly suspenseful. I was eager to move on to the next book in the series because of the performance.
The time islands and Oberon
Oberon, He injects humor and Love into the action scenes
His voices are great please don't ever replace him
Clowns scare me,
Needs to be longer, way to short
The reverent playfulness with mythology.
Jim Butcher's Harry Blackstone series and Michael Scott's Flammel's series.
He understood the tone of the writing and gave each character their due.
It's hard to be irreverant, but Kevin Hearne sustains it well. A reader may be advised not to read the entire oevre at one sitting. Give yourself a break.
I love the Iron Druid Books; this was the first story in the series I had experienced as an audio book. Thoroughly enjoyable.
It is set 6 years after tricked and 6 years before trapped.
They basically have dinner with 3 gods.
The whole thing was good.
In typical Kevin Hearne fashion it blends humor and fantasy eloquently.
I realize this is a novella, but it is still worth the money/credit.
I was a bit wary of paying for such a short story, but it was well worth it. I'm a big fan of this series and this story was just as good as the ones that precede it. Luke Daniels continues to do a fantastic job. If you are a fan of the Iron Druid stories, don't miss this one.
Luke Daniels just keeps getting better and better. He's an AMAZING narrator and totally brings these books to life for me. This is the only series where I make a point of buying both the text and audio versions of the book and Luke Daniels is the reason.
A Christian, Husband, & Geek - in that order!!
This is a good "Tweener" book - you can tell this sets up the next book - I like it that way the new book that comes out will not have to start in a direction other than the book should go.