One of the most amazing books I've ever read. I have been listening with audible, but following along on my Nook. Not because the story is unintelligible but because I don't want to miss a single nuance. I love these characters, some of them because they are so loveable, some of the precisely because they are not. The author's use of language is masterful, the story well crafted.
I read the book after seeing the movie. I love them both, for entirely different reasons. The movie is a visual treat and tells the stories very well. But the movie lacks the grace and nuance of the book. Yes, grace. This book is not graceful, but does have its own grace and beauty.
This book, indeed, this entire series, is one of those rare finds. Each book in this series gets better and Hammered is #3 and quite a fun time. If you like urban fantasy, you might have just found a new favorite!
Hammered could rightly be compared to the Dresden books of Jim Butcher. Witty, smart and easy-going, this book was a pleasure.
No doubt...he was a minor character, but I loved Ratatosk. Luke Daniels performance of him had me laughing out loud.
Thor pursued by Icelandic Vampire! Join Leif and his company of gods, werewolves and wizards as he assaults Asgard to meet the pantheon of Norse mythology!
Great fun! Buy this book...heck...buy the whole series.
It's an excellent "read." It is in the top 25% of books I've listened to. It has been a long time since I've listened to such overt science fiction. I'd forgotten how much I like it.
I enjoyed this story very much. The characters were compelling and the richness of their lives communicated well.
I loved the entire section about the Maui Covenant. It was well-told...I could imagine being there.
I would have liked to listen to it all at once, but it was very long. I like that in a book.
The writer is from my hometown, so I guess that's why I gave it a listen. I'm glad I did.
I probably will listen to Hexed again. It was a fun listen. The narrator is one of the best. I love, love, love his reading of Oberon.
His books remind me a bit of Jim Butcher. Witty and well-crafted story.
Gosh...that's hard to say...any scene with Oberon.
This book made me laugh.
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