IRON DRUID SHATTERED SYNOPSIS
Readers have many more years to enjoy the books. Overall just a boring book. Man, I love that hound. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Meanwhile, Granuaile heads to India at the urging of Laksha, an Indian witch. And the hints are there that this story was brewing all along, and the fun was just getting me to the meat of it.
Instead, she has Orliath, her trusted wolfhound with her. With the seventh installment, Hearne graduates to hardcover where hopefully he’ll find an even larger audience to appreciate the exploits of Atticus, Granuaile and Oberon. Kevin Hearne’s Iron Druid Chronicles is one of the best things happening not just in the the universe of urban fantasy but in the publishing world today. It started 2 books ago, with Trapped , after the years jump. It was fun while it lasted. Each chapter also starts with a small graphic showing from whose point of view the chapter will be from. The Iron Druid Chronicles 9 books.
And I don’t care. If you’re caught up, odds are you’ve been eagerly awaiting Shattered.
Review of Shattered – Book 7 of the Iron Druid Chronicles by Kevin Hearne
Official Kevin Hearne website. It seems many series, while still good, slowly slide away from the awesomeness of that first book that reached out and grabbed you. Shield and Crocus by Michael R. The last two lines of his retelling should earn him a few more. A nice addition in the Iron Druid series, something to build future stories upon, but it did lack a little of that old spark.
Hopefully the next book will pick up with a bit more focus, bring the voice of the book back to a single character, and perhaps a good solid theme instead of this constant flow of books that seemlessly move from one to the next.
Now he’s got company. Hardcoverpages.
She remembers the exact details of nine prayers from 12 years past? This book is so powder! There are relatively few series that I follow longer than Book 4, because they all tend to get steadily grimmer with each book — for the very good reason that in order to keep readers entertained, the stakes have to continue to be raised.
While Hearne wisely includes a quick refresher on events up until now, it’s no where near as rewarding or as much fun as reading the actual novels themselves. Oberon, Atticus’ faithful Irish Wolfhound, is actually my favorite character. Dreams and Shadows Robert Cargill 9.
Shattered by Kevin Hearne book review
I iiron surprised syopsis a series can continue to catch and maintain my interest like the first book does. Feb 19, Celeste rated it it was amazing Shelves: I found them more interesting here, probably because Granuaile isn’t quite as sure of herself anymore.
Atticus is beset by assassins on an almost regular basis. I even got one signed. Between busting Atticus’s chops and trying to fathom a cell phone, Owen must also learn English.
Shattered by Kevin Hearne
Not to mention getting to sample more of fecking Owen Kennedy… This is a series that just goes on getting better. You are commenting using your Twitter account. I actually liked that, simply because it meant a lot more character insight and growth for all druod, which is always a good thing. Somebody has it in for him, but who?
Shattered (The Iron Druid Chronicles, #7) by Kevin Hearne
Want to Read saving…. With the seventh installment, Hearne graduates to hardcover where hopefully he’ll find an even larger audience to appreciate the exploits of Atticus, Granuaile and Oberon.
Each chapter also starts with a small graphic. It also reads like three disparate stories sloppily mushed together. With this series, I can’t exactly pinpoint where things started to go wrong.
See all 3 questions about Shattered…. I find that a majority of novels that feature female characters written by male authors don’t get the women quite right.
This hardcover is signed twice by Kevin Hearne once on the front end page and once on the title page.
Atticus, Owen and Granuaile, former apprentice of Atticus who is now bound to the earth and a full Druid. This review was originally posted at Caffeinated Reviewer I enjoyed it to an extent, but not anywhere near as much as I liked his others.
Hounded The Iron Druid Chronicles: However I did not care for Oberon’s speech at all. Sep 05, Wanda rated it liked it Shelves: Recently, however, Atticus’ vast knowledge of the world once awe inspiring has turned into a constant onslaught of facts.