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Publisher's Summary

Two Iron Druid short stories available in audio for the first time, narrated by Luke Daniels!

"Kaibab Unbound" occurs just a couple of weeks before the events of Hounded, book one of the series. Before Atticus gets drawn into the battles of gods and monsters, he has to protect one of the earth's elementals from an accomplished coven that wants to steal its power for their own.

The events of "A Test of Mettle" happen concurrently with book three of the series, Hammered, as Granuaile MacTiernan and Oberon discover that Atticus doesn't have the final say over who can become a Druid's apprentice.

These stories serve both as an introduction to the New York Times best-selling series and as exciting background for longtime fans.

©2015 Kevin Hearne (P)2015 Kevin Hearne

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Kevin: keep writing @ Atticus & I will keep buying

These were two short but sweet stories about our favorite 2 of 3 druids. As much as I truly enjoyed the (back in time adventures) or novella's I would enjoy hearing more about Atticus and his Arch Druid, As well as Granuelle.
These are some of the best and most well written book's in this Genre and I think Mr. Hearne could make it his life's work, pumping out nothing but The Iron Druid Chronicles Novel's and I doubt the sells would diminish much and many a happy reader there would be.
Wonderful Stories Kevin!
If you buy this, you will be pleased everyone.

May Harmony Find You,
D.
Psalms 103: 1-5

21 of 21 people found this review helpful

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I can't get enough of this series and the narrator

first off, I cannot dote enough on the abilities of the narrator, Luke Daniels. his character voices (and there are a LOT of them) and transitions are flawless. in this series he voices accents of Irish, Russian, polish, native American, indian (like India) , girls, guys, dogs, stags, and much more. they are all distinct and believable. just wow. I was truly dissapointed that he wasn't in the best narrator nominations.
and the iron druid books.... fantastic. these two sorry stories are no exception. love Kevin Hearne's writing style. very entertaining!

12 of 12 people found this review helpful

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  • Victoria
  • Memphis, TN, United States
  • 05-20-15

Love Hearne!

I love the Kevin Hearne, Iron Druid series. It has fast became one of my favorite series and I re-listen to the series often.

10 of 10 people found this review helpful

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Great addition to main series

Held my interest. filled in spots where you needed some more information. Would recommend to anyone.

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Wonderful

2 stories, great characters. I enjoy the voice work and love the girls pov.
Look foreword to more.

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  • Wil
  • CONYERS, GA, US
  • 06-05-15

always good

always a great read when it comes from kevin hearne and Luke daniels. I can't wait for the next full tale from the iron druid

5 of 5 people found this review helpful

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Great short stories

Typical Kevin Hearne. Excellent! Keep it coming Kevin. I'm gonna keep listening. This fills some gaps in.

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Good all around

Luke Daniels is always great and the Kevin Hearn never disappoints! These shorts really add to the iron Druid story and make it enjoyable.

4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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Short but sweet

Everything you want in your iron Druid short stories. Any fan will quickly be mesmerized by the amazing characters quick but truthful adventures and Luke Daniels masterful delivery. He has become the gold standard for narration that I now judge all others by. His ability to bring these amazing characters to life is a priceless magic that makes submersion into Kevin Hearne's amazing world even more enchanting.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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Got my fix

Love the nuance. Not many male writers write about women like Kevin. Words from a mature mind. Looking forward to the next novel.

5 of 6 people found this review helpful

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  • Tod Werewolf
  • 06-29-15

Background Stories


Good background to the Iron Druid universe. well read as always by Luke Daniels. read while impatiently waiting for the next full book so be published. Kevin Herne's Iron Druid series are worth waiting for, but be quick please.

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  • Pam
  • 07-04-17

Awesome!

Great start to the series. Short, but gives you a bit of background into the iron druid chronicles. Wets your whistle, ready for more!

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  • paul
  • 12-05-15

I just couldn't wait!

If you could sum up Two Tales of the Iron Druid Chronicles in three words, what would they be?

Oberon and sausages

What did you like best about this story?

As always, Luke Daniels brings the world of the Iron Druid to life with a bang. Even though the book is quite short, it will keep me going until the next installment.

Have you listened to any of Luke Daniels’s other performances? How does this one compare?

He is in my top 5 narrator list, and he nails everything he reads IMO

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

I've become very attached to Oberon, and when he is compromised, I tend to feel a little angry and upset. So yes

Any additional comments?

So long between novels, but this scratched my itch. For now

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  • Sophia
  • 10-05-17

Would recommend

Luke's performance makes this very enjoyable with amusing voices and clear dialogue in all languages. Seriously love his voice.

This is another good addition to Kevin's Iron Druid world filled with Atticus's well aquired paranoia, Oberon's witty banter and Graunulie's persistence.

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  • Jamie
  • 09-28-16

couldn't stop listening

the combination of Kevin hearne & like Daniels veins the tales to life & if easy to invision