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by Kevin Hearne
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Dark Faerie Tales
Dark Faerie Tales rated it 8 years ago
Review courtesy of Dark Faerie Tales.Quick & Dirty: This amazing series continues with another dark and humorous filled tale with the Druid Atticus, his dog Oberon and Granuaile. I highly recommend this series.Opening Sentence: The best trick I ever pulled off was watching myself die.The Review:The ...
Grey Warden
Grey Warden rated it 8 years ago
In the wake of the realms-shaking events in Asgard, Atticus takes a cue from Lucifer and, with the aid of some righteously enraged thunder gods and his allies Coyote and the Morrigan, convinces the world he doesn't exist anymore. Not all Asgardians are fooled by his disappearing act, and his actions...
Rainy Day Reader
Rainy Day Reader rated it 8 years ago
I liked that this book had a lot of Coyote in it, he's so funny. I also liked that there weren't much of the other gods. No big war in this book which is almost a relief since it seems almost every book Atticus is killing more and more of them and getting deeper into trouble. As always Oberon was hi...
Sassafrass
Sassafrass rated it 8 years ago
Oberon made this book, hands down! OMG, he was hilarious in this one!!!! This really reminded my why I fell in love with this series. I was disappointed with book 3, so this one is really the Iron Druid Chronicles at it’s best.And oh, the betrayals in this one. I was really surprised...and hurt ...
Moyas Buchgewimmel
Moyas Buchgewimmel rated it 8 years ago
Es wird mal wieder Zeit mich meiner aktuellen Lieblingsbuchreihe zu widmen!Atticus’ Auftritt in Asgaard hat dem Druiden mehr als genug Feinde gemacht und ihm und Granuaile bleibt nichts anderes übrig, als unter neuer Identität ein anderes Leben anzufangen. Im Navajo Reservat scheint die nötige Ruhe ...
Creative Deeds Reads
Creative Deeds Reads rated it 8 years ago
I believe I can say in all honesty that Tricked is my favorite Iron Druid Chronicles book so far. Let me see if I can even come close to explaining why….First and foremost, Oberon. If you have been keeping up with the Iron Druid Chronicles you know exactly what I mean. Oberon has been present in eve...
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. rated it 8 years ago
This one is another great addition to The Iron Druid series. In Tricked, Atticus and Granuaille have managed to move on from the events of Hammered and trying to find a path on their new life. As part of that new life, Atticus ends up owing a favor to Coyote; not a wise thing to do, as you just know...
Brad Horner's Books
Brad Horner's Books rated it 8 years ago
My first reaction was that the narration is growing up, and it is, but my second reaction is how much more enjoyable the read is. Sure, the cultural references are simply a nod to the readers showing us what the author's interests are, and I love all such head bobbing because it allows me to see whe...
Jessie Reads Everything
Jessie Reads Everything rated it 8 years ago
I loved this book as much as I did the first three! I love when Coyote appears in the story! It usually means that I'll get a good laugh. I feel like I should have seen the betrayal mentioned in the synopsis coming, but I didn't. I was floored to say the least. I can't help but loving the characters...
Librocubicularist
Librocubicularist rated it 8 years ago
Iron Druid Chronicles, volume four. Atticus tries to fake his own death, with mixed results, but gets drawn into one of Coyote's ploys in the process. Native American drama and hijinks ensue. This volume was much better than the last; my faith in the series is restored. Granuaile is rounding out n...
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