Hounded. Atticus O’Sullivan has been running for two thousand years and he’s a bit tired of it. After he stole a magical sword from the Tuatha Dé Danann (those. The first novel in the Iron Druid Chronicles—introducing a cool, new, funny urban fantasy hero Atticus O’Sullivan, last of the Druids, lives peacefully in Arizona. All in all Hounded is a very competent debut by an author who is rightly making a big splash in the fantasy genre. His iss [ ].

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Now the determined deity has tracked him down, and Atticus will need all his power–plus the help of a seductive goddess of death, his vampire and werewolf team of attorneys, a sexy bartender possessed by a Hindu witch, and some good old-fashioned luck of the Irish–to kick some Celtic arse and deliver himself from evil.

If so, this is definitely their kind of book. Now I suspected I was a pawn of the Fae.

Hounded by Kevin Hearne

I kebin pick up the next book, Hexed, when I feel in the mood for some light reading and a few laughs. The dialogue between the characters is also a big strength, the speech is funny and witty while remaining natural extensions of each character, and it is never used as filler material or for info dumping.

Another example of mean humor that I just did not enjoy, was the giving of wedgies to the paramedic. For the most part, Hounded is a delightful, action-packed urban fantasy novel with plenty of laugh-out-loud moments, interesting characters and witty banter.

His writing also suffers from being too precise, and Hearne ends up doing a lot of telling rather than showing. I’m a big fan of the smaller urban fantasy novels that take a magically gifted character living in a mortal world while secretly interacting with a magical beyond normal comprehension.


Read a free preview of Hounded by Kevin Hearne. And that’s where the story starts It’s not the deepest book in the world, but it was thoroughly fun and diverting, and I look forward to reading more in the series. Interview with David Dalglish Interviewed by Mihi Oh, he one bad magical power wielding dude, but without the flash and sparkle you see now of days with other books and characters.

Twenty-one hundred years old and talks like a lamebrained kid? I love to laugh. It’s a fun intro into the world, but I wouldn’t say it’ll blow you away. Hearne’s characters are well crafted and packed full of personality, helping to make this experience very enjoyable. But I just did not see what was so special about this book.

Official Kevin Hearne Webste. I had the hardest time walking away from this book and I wanted to know what happened next. I can see the appeal, the guy has his good moments although I DNFed, so maybe he gets better or maybe he gets worse, I just didn’t have the patience to stay and find out.

And he was just so damn annoying about it! No more information hojnded and that was alright by me! My favourite character by far has to to be the most adorable and hilarious Irish wolfhound, Oberon – loyal companion and lover of sausages and poodles.

Hounded is hugely readable, vastly entertaining and highly recommended — miss it at your peril!

It was such a great experience. Oberon the wolfhound kept me laughing, especially the running joke about “Oberon Khan. I hear Oberon is a hoot and an adorable sidekick.

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I enjoy wondering in my books if everything will work out and I like it when authors surprise me sometimes and not all works out. Rane have you lost your mind, no smut!?

I needed a relief from both. You can make it happen! After three years, he returned to his native state and got a job in Tempe, Arizona. Hounded is a great 1st book in what looks to be a very good urban fantasy series. These books are more lighthearted than the Dresden files. Vampire Diaries 1 by L. Three stars is the most I’ll give anything with more than a token window-dressing of girl-sex. I hear the books get even better, so I’m hyped.


Hounded (The Iron Druid Chronicles) by Kevin Hearne: Book Review

It gave the reader time to fours more on the ongoing story. Nor do I think it is funny to read dialogue that includes making fun of the way somebody looks.

I love this world that Hearne has crafted, the way that everything supernatural actually exists and that the strength of their manifestation is directly proportional to the faith of mortals.

They were only concerned with petty grievances and vengeance.

I had my eye open for a new urban fantasy series to try once the Dresden Files began tasting like ashes in my mouth. The main protagonist, Atticus, a year old druid living in Tempe, Arizona is a fantastic character. I blame myself for settling on the former, as many have compared it to Jim Butcher’s writing. The beginning seemed really good then everything went downhill damn fast.

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As the song goes View all 22 comments. Given that Atticus O’Sullivan is a druid, it is only fitting that the debut novel dealt heavily with Celtic mythology. The writing is solid in Hounded and the pacing is good.

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