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.
Say something about yourself!
Another great one, great author and narrator! Superior light and funny entertainment for hours!
Listening to good books from around the world, in the comfort of home....
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.
j had no problem finishing this book I have listened to it many times over and over through out the months since I have had it,always enjoy
Luke Daniels performance is great
Irish dog, Irish gods, Irish girlfriend, Irish wedding, WE GET IT, WE FUCKING GET IT.
and this is the fourth book with loki and it continues to go unresolved why does he continue to focus on loki when there are hundreds of other gods and super natural beings that he could be going through
I don't know if I am going to continue with the series. In the earlier books the progess leftist politics were present but easily ignored. That is getting... progressively... worse. I don't need to be preached at.
The best way to make this more enjoyable... is to tone down the superfluous leftist preaching. Did you know the US healthcare system sucked? Did you know oil executives are evil?
Luke Daniels is freaking awesome. Always.
I am having a ball listening to the Iron Druid Chronicles by Kevin Hearne. The narrator, Luke Daniels, does a fantastic job with all the voices, especially Oberon, the Irish wolfhound and Perun, the Norse thunder god. Being a fan of cultures, I’ve always liked stories of the Celtic, Greek, Roman, and Norse pantheons, so it’s fun to see them all come to life and interact in the petty and political ways they do in the myths.
However, I have to admit that I struggled with Trapped. I’ve listened to it twice and just didn’t get caught up in it as much as I have the others. I’m not sure why, exactly. Maybe I miss the bookstore, Hal, and the Widow MacDounagh. Maybe it’s because Atticus, Granuaile, and Oberon spend the book running from place to place so the story never feels “settled.” Maybe it’s because I just want to smack Atticus upside the head for being a dufus.
In Trapped, LOTS of people come gunning for Atticus: Baccus, the svartálfar, a contingent of greek vampires, Artemis and Diana, Loki and Hel. In every case, Atticus is being hunted because of something stupid he did in the past. One would think that after living SO long, one would learn how to take the long view of things. But nooo. Not Atticus O’Sullivan, last of the druids.
Atticus is NOT the last of the druids by the end of the book, thank goodness. After twelve years, Granuaile finally becomes a full druid and does she ever kick ass! I think Granuaile is my new hero.
Because I could, I jumped right into Hunted and I’m already caught up in that one pretty hard. Now I’m just hoping my favorite redheads both come out of their latest predicament alive. I did notice that Granuaile is NOT on the cover of Hunted! 8-O