My life has become just time passing between each new book in “The Iron druids Chronicles”. I try to pass the time by practicing lots of bacon puns, and a fair share of self deprecating humor. Unfortunately nothing seems to do the trick! Most other novels are just empty books, when compared to the banter between Atticus O’sulivan and his faithful dog Oberon.
When I finish this book my body will start to shake from the withdraw, and I will begin to sink into a deep depression until the next book. I am beginning to believe that this addiction could be unhealthy. So what ever you do, unless you want your life to be meaningless do not read this book! The good news is I am forming an “Iron Druids Chronicles support group”, for others out there that need support in this addiction. Hello my name is ________ and I am an Iron Druids Chronicles addict!
I am married with a teenage son and run my own business. As I am visually impaired, audio books are my life.
This book was a bit slower than usual and not as interesting however it was still great. I'm loving this series
Yes, I would recommend to a friend.
When Oberon found the steak and couldn't keep his eyes off it! Lol!
Luke Daniels does a great job, and no one else could do the voice of all the male characters better than Luke. My only problem with listening to a book that has a male narrator is that men should not even try to be the voice of a female character. It sounds awful.
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I have listened to all fve books now and cannot wait for the next.
Luke Daniels gives a great read.
This is a five star all the way.
This is on its way to becoming my favorite series. Kevin Hearne is an awesome writer. He can make you feel a myriad of emotions and leave you absolutely breathless in both laughter and excitement all while creatively swearing and cursing. I'm glad Leif made an appearance, he's a good good/bad guy. Oberon has the best lines in the book, as usual. There were more than a few times when I choked on food or drink while listening to him. Luke Daniels is one of the best narrators, one of my top 5 for sure. He does such an amazing job of bringing books alive. Kevin Hearne and Luke Daniels are an awesome team, I can't wait for the next one!
Audiobook Junkie... Love all types of Science Fiction
In this book of the Iron Druid Chronicles Atticus's apprentice, Granuaile, finally become a full fledged druid and most of the telling is about her getting her bindings and finishing her training. In addition we get to see Atticus confront Bacchus, Hell (Loki), dark elves, vampires (Theophilus and leif), and the Tuatha De Danann. One thing is clear, everyone wants to kill the Iron druid now. So with all that going on things did feel a bit rushed. I think just one of these five topics could have made up a book. Instead there was a very casual feel to this book with some short epic battles and more elimination of powerful Gods. I enjoyed the humor and the interaction between Atticus and his dog Oberon, but I would like to see Hearne slow things down a bit.
Kevin Hearne delvers again with Luke Daniels bringing the words to life. This has easily become one of my favorite series and Kevin Hearne is quickly becoming one of my favorite authors. If you haven't heard of this series then you are in for a real treat. And if you have you won't be disappointed.
Kevin Hearne words with Luke Daniels bringing the characters to life can't be beat. YOU BOTH ROCK!!!!!! Keep them coming!
Loved it. This is the funniest series I've listened to. I've laughed out loud at all of these books more than any other book I've read our listened to. The story arc is well written and the narration is spot on. Even though they are on the shorter side of audio books you quickly come to love the characters. I would and will recommends these books to anyone who is interested in modern fantasy.
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Another great one, great author and narrator! Superior light and funny entertainment for hours!
Old guy living in sunny south texas
I like the series, the characters, and the diversity of travel, but the think tank needs a shot of new ideas, or move on to a new adventure.