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Kevin Hearne Luke Daniels

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Hunted By Kevin Hearne Luke Daniels Hunted For a two thousand year old Druid Atticus O Sullivan is a pretty fast runner Good thing because he s being chased by not one but two goddesses of the hunt Artemis and Diana for messing with one of t

  • Title: Hunted
  • Author: Kevin Hearne Luke Daniels
  • ISBN: 9780449013090
  • Page: 324
  • Format: Audiobook
  • Hunted By Kevin Hearne Luke Daniels For a two thousand year old Druid, Atticus O Sullivan is a pretty fast runner Good thing, because he s being chased by not one but two goddesses of the hunt Artemis and Diana for messing with one of their own Dodging their slings and arrows, Atticus, Granuaile, and his wolfhound Oberon are making a mad dash across modern day Europe to seek help from a friend of the TuathFor a two thousand year old Druid, Atticus O Sullivan is a pretty fast runner Good thing, because he s being chased by not one but two goddesses of the hunt Artemis and Diana for messing with one of their own Dodging their slings and arrows, Atticus, Granuaile, and his wolfhound Oberon are making a mad dash across modern day Europe to seek help from a friend of the Tuatha D Danann His usual magical option of shifting planes is blocked, so instead of playing hide and seek, the game plan is run like hell Crashing the pantheon marathon is the Norse god Loki Killing Atticus is the only loose end he needs to tie up before unleashing Ragnarok AKA the Apocalypse Atticus and Granuaile have to outfox the Olympians and contain the god of mischief if they want to go on living and still have a world to live in.
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    1. Stacia (the 2010 club) on said:

      You ever notice the rampant child neglect going on in fairy tales 4.25 stars and my favorite installment to date It s all a bit unconventional, but I love the kitchen sink mythology going on here You want to see your favorite god or myth represented I can almost guarantee you ll find it in the Iron Druid Chronicles in one form or another Norse gods Native American legends Fairy tales That s a check, 1, 2, 3.Our happy druid slash dog team went through even than usual this time around Just when I [...]

    2. Celeste on said:

      Full review now posted Olympians and Dark Elves and Vampires Oh my It takes a pretty enthralling story to have me glued to an audiobook and choosing to listen instead of reading a physical book on my own Usually, audiobooks are for laundry and walking the dog and driving At least, they are for me So when I m grabbing for my headphones at night instead of my Kindle, it s obviously an incredibly addictive audiobook This was one such book.The first Druidic apprentice in over a millennia has finally [...]

    3. Phrynne on said:

      I really want to take Atticus home and keep him Even if he is over two thousand years old This is such a good series In this episode number six our two Druids really demonstrate their amazing powers, defeating Dark Elves, Olympic Gods, a Manticore, assorted fae and some really nasty sea serpents amongst many other weird and wonderful creatures The book is action packed but still has time to be funny, usually when Oberon the wolfhound has things to say.In my review of the last book I believe I wa [...]

    4. Lyn on said:

      Hunted is Kevin Hearne s 2013 addition to his Iron Druid series, and it features Atticus and Granaile s European vacation sort ofnot reallyHere s the thing Atticus, Granuaile and telepathic WONDERDOG Oberon are still trying to get Granuaile set up as a full scale, card carrying DRUID but because of the evil and tool like machinations of the Roman god Bacchus, and help from an assortment of other mythological and occult antagonists, they cannot jump to Tir na nOg Instead they are limited to an ar [...]

    5. Pedro Silva on said:

      I came into this book riding a high still left in me by the last great book I devoured, and I am a fond fan of the Iron Druid chronicles.I mean, sure, I used to do it for killing time in between Jim Butchers, just like everyone else But despite its flaws, it had grown on me on its own two feet, and I was now proudly counting it as one of my retainer fictions.And then I read HuntedOh jeez, where do I even begin in this catastrophe Okay, let s start with what it did right The idea of a book long t [...]

    6. Eon ♒Windrunner♒ on said:

      Another excellent entry in the series The druids are hunted by a pantheon of gods thanks for that Bacchus and seem to find themselves in some pretty tight spots The biggest problem it seems is that some of the gods seem to be in a smite first, ask questions later kind of mood Oh, and said gods are immortal Counter attack game plan out the window Atticus, Oberon Granuille have no choice but to run and try to survive the onslaught I think I forgot to mention that Loki has escaped his prison and is [...]

    7. Wendy F on said:

      Atticus is PIEWell everyone else liked this one the most, but I liked it a little less There was even a part that I skimmed Still see 4 stars though, because Oberon was just as funny That is a noble idea, though I think it far to generous, Jupiter said Once a decade should be sufficient I would rather be too generous than not in such cases As you wish One day, Atticus was amazed to discover that when Jupiter said, As you wish, what he really meant was I love you for those that don t recognize it [...]

    8. Athena Nagel on said:

      I thoroughly enjoyed the Iron Druid Series at least what there is of it so far I didn t read it I listened to it But it is very difficult not to route for Atticus He meets so many interesting supernatural, mythological, and religious charactes All realms are intertwined in these stories Since I listened to it and didn t read it I am not sure of the spelling but it is very difficult not to just fall for the sarcastic, hillarious, always starving Irish Wolfhound Oberon He is simply a great charact [...]

    9. Ami on said:

      3.65 stars rounded upPersonally, it was better than the last one but it still wasn t as entertaining as the previous 4.5 books In my review for Trapped, my issues were due to the 12 years time jump and I didn t believe in the progress of Atticus and Granuaile s romance Here, my issues would be with the too many gods coming towards Atticus in order to kill him or helped him Yes, TOO many gods in one book I loved the first trilogy because it introduced me to the gods one book at a time But now, we [...]

    10. Burgoo on said:

      One of the great things about the Iron Druid series is how every book matters Not only do characters from earlier books return, but Atticus actions in one book influence how these characters feel about him later Actions have repercussions, sometimes expected and other times surprising.The vast majority of Hunted is an elaborate chase sequence as Atticus, Granuaile and Oberon try to cross Europe while evading the pursuit of Artemis and Diana They re upset about how Atticus has trapped Bacchus All [...]

    11. ☕ Kimberly on said:

      Our story picks up right where Trapped left off and listening to the narration of Luke Daniels provided an addictive tale that had me biting my nails, shedding a tear and wondering how Atticus would get them out of this mess Aside from the hunt, Atticus has to worry about the Norse god Loki who seeks Atticus s death to unleash the end times known as Ragnarok Prevented from accessing Tuatha D Danann our trio will have to outrun and outwit them all.We got to enjoy time with Oberon and much to my [...]

    12. Tim Dimarco on said:

      This book is not terrible, it s just not very good We get the POV of Granuaile in small doses, but I did not like it As a secondary character she works fine, but when Hearne tries to write from inside her head it becomes very apparent it s a man writing as a female He attempts to not come off sexist by making her masculine and aggressive Which, instead, comes off as pandering to women The whole I am woman, hear me roar thing is really over played these days Can t we just have a strong female cha [...]

    13. Alana ~ The Book Pimp on said:

      4 sIf you love the series, what is stopping you Hunted does NOT disappoint and throws than a few curve balls Atticus, Atticus, Atticus what is UP with pissing off all the gods, and I do mean darn near ALL of them Well, I suppose with them taking offense at the drop of a hat, there s just no hope for it Must not forget a shout out to my favorite hound, Oberon, you deserve a sausage of the month club for being such a clever boy I m totally using the Shepherd s Pie thing in real life, be aware of [...]

    14. Beth on said:

      The Druids, Atticus and Granuaile, are on a run for their lives Artemis and Diana are hot on the trail but if that wasn t enough Loki, a group of mercenary the dark elves and the vampires are also trying to knock them off Without the ability to shift worlds, their only hope is to get to England were they have a chance of winning.For any chance of survival, Atticus must convince the Greek and Roman gods that it is in their best interest to align with the entrapment of Loki and stop Ragnarok First [...]

    15. D.G. on said:

      Hunted was a definite treat Fast paced and incredibly exciting, it s a great addition to the series.The plot was very exciting, with several twists that were freaking unbelievable I promise you ll be at the edge of your seat while reading listening The beginning was one of the best in the whole series and I teared up by what happened at the beginning and around 1 3 in I m glad we were able to see some emotional pain from Atticus Don t get me wrong, I love that the series is lighthearted, but you [...]

    16. Dawn on said:

      Hunted is my least favorite of the Iron Druid series I am feeling fatigued at the Atticus and Granuaile, along with Oberon have to run for their lives from a band of angry gods while trying to prevent the Apocalypse motif this time it is Artemis and Diana hunting Atticus and company while Loki sees to release Ragnarok upon the world The entire book was run, fight, fight again, sleep, run some , and then repeat the entire process for 350 pages As the series progresses I find Granuaile less and le [...]

    17. Cherie on said:

      I am not sure why I like this Druid guy so much, but I do I like his humor and I like the all of the adventure and interaction with the gods and the earth Of course there is Oberon and Clever Girl too.

    18. Wanda on said:

      2017 Summer Lovin Reading List This installment of the Iron Druid is basically just one very long chase scene, but despite that, Hearne manages to make some progress which I appreciated Oberon is present, in full force, being a wolf hound with opinions and hilarious comments on many issues Granuaile is finally a fully fledged Druid in her own right and is learning to be a powerful warrior woman Hearne, the Hunter, makes an awesome appearance and the Irish gods and goddesses make meaningful appe [...]

    19. Hobart on said:

      Try as I might, I can t figure out a way to get to let me give this as many stars as it deserves 6 I don t think it s possible for Hearne to write a bad book, but Hunted is beyond good Not that Hearne has ever seemed anything but self assured and capable sorta like Atticus , but he s really firing on all cylinders here from the jaw dropping and series changing events of Chapter 1 through all the plot, twists, character moments, quips, action, and development that follows Hearne delivers with ver [...]

    20. Kristin(MyBookishWays Reviews) on said:

      You may also read my review here mybookishways 2013 06 Hunted is, indeed, the perfect name for this installment of the Iron Druid series because, well, that s what Atticus, Granuaile, and Oberon are hunted When Hunted opens, we catch up to the little group in Romania, and Diana and Artemis are after the gang because of that whole ordeal with Bacchus imprisonment on an island where time is frozen seems to rile up the Olympians who knew They took it a bit personally, so they re out for blood They [...]

    21. Otherwyrld on said:

      After a slightly disappointing last book, I am glad to say that Kevin Hearne is back with a bang in the sixth Iron Druid Chronicle The book leads directly on from where we left off, with Team Druid in deadly danger from some angry Olympian Gods, and their only hope seems to be to reach an place in Windsor Great Park in England.The only problem is that they are in Romania and their normal mode of transport teleporting between realms is unavailable, so they have to runross.Europe Luckily they can [...]

    22. Yodamom on said:

      Holy Hot Tamles, what a ride I don t think I recover quickly from the trauma to my heart Mr Hearne, pulled out all his A game cards and dragged Atticus, Oberon, Granuaile and the Morrigan through some pretty rough times I had to drag out the tissues, my heart ached Then BAM the roller coaster ride was tossing up another twist and I was screaming with joy and hope I can t tell you anything about the story without spoiling it The ending was sweet and left the door open for the next adventure.I m l [...]

    23. Suraj Sasidharan on said:

      ha 5th yet to come and am ready for 6th let thou be out soon

    24. Jen (That's What I'm Talking About) on said:

      After completely enjoying the previous title, Trapped, I couldn t wait to get into Hunted however I was a bit apprehensive over what would happen to my favorite trio of characters as life seemed to be going too good for them Of course, life didn t stay safe, and the opening of Hunted was rather surprising as the Morgain helps fight off the Roman Greco goddesses of the hunt to save Atticus She confides in Atticus some rather telling information that made me relook at her character Now Artemis and [...]

    25. Wiebke (1book1review) on said:

      Although this features all the things I enjoyed in the last books, it didn t work as well here Mostly I think the plot was a little boring or mostly absent I have the feeling this series has been going on too long as I felt the stories lacking for the last as well already, just not as gripping and fun as the first books Still I ll go on, as I really like the characters.And Christopher Ragland did just a wonderful job again.

    26. Rusalka on said:

      I still love this series, but this was the weakest book I have read so far Not a huge amount of storyline progression, or even a side story Lots of running, convincing gods of things, and random battles But nothing really big Besides the first 30 pages And I still do not have a satisfying reason for THAT.I still enjoyed Atticus and Oberon, but I do hope these books pick back up.

    27. Julie on said:

      Posted at Yummy Men Kick Ass ChicksHunted is the sixth book in Kevin Hearne s Iron Druid Chronicles series I love this series It is not like anything else I read It s not a romance book per se but there is now a central relationship that would keep you romance book lovers satisfied My favorite part of this series are the characters And how clever and smart the dialogue is And how it features every mythology ever Seriously, name the mythology and it s in here with a neat twist or two to make it f [...]

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