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Hounded

Title: Hounded

Author: Kevin Hearne

Release Date: Available

I did not really realize going into reading Hounded that it wasn’t strictly YA, and while at first I was disappointed, I soon realized that there were quite a few elements to this mythology-based fantasy that I actually quite enjoyed. 405 more words

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Kevin Hearne: Two Ravens And One Crow

Two Ravens and One Crow: Iron Druid Chronicles #4.5
Kevin Hearne
(urban fantasy)

I’m glad I read this novella, but I do wish I’d read it between books 4 & 5 (which is when it was set). 181 more words

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Kevin Hearne: Grimoire Of The Lamb

Grimoire of the Lamb: Iron Druid Chronicles #0.4
Kevin Hearne
(urban fantasy)

This story takes place before the events in HOUNDED, which was weird. I read it well after reading that first book in the series (I think I’d read all six current Iron Druid novels at that point, but I know I’d at least read the first five.) It was very odd to go back to that point in time when Atticus was still happily pretending to be just a bookshop owner. 161 more words

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Literary Lenormand: Kevin Hearne's Iron Druid Series

So, I’ve been obsessed with Kevin Hearne’s Iron Druid series for the past few weeks. Halfway through book 3, Hammered, I decided to draw cards on the ending of the book. 1,225 more words

Lenormand

The Best (and the rest) of 2013

I’ve been reading since the day my parents told me I could stay up for an extra hour at bedtime if it was with a book. 825 more words

Just For Fun

Audiobook Spotlight: Hounded

The Iron Druid Chronicles; Hounded, Kevin Hearne (2011)

Goodreads Rating 4.11
Audible Rating 4.5

Atticus O’Sullivan, last of the Druids, lives peacefully in Arizona, running an occult bookshop and shape-shifting in his spare time to hunt with his Irish wolfhound.

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Iron Druid Chronicles Book 4: Tricked

I finished this book sometime last night, but only getting around to posting this now. My obsession with the series has been waning, so I’ll probably be reading the rest at a more reasonable pace. 338 more words

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