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Dark Hope: The Devil’s Assistant

Written by: H. D. Smith

Narrated by: Lauren Fortgang

Length: 11 hrs and 9 mins

Series: The Devil’s Assistant, Book 1

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date: 05-14-14

Publisher: Heather D Smith

Urban fantasy usually lends itself pretty well to the audiobook format, so I expected to have a nice experience with Dark Hope. For the most part, my expectations were met. It’s a good fantasy story that I found enjoyable enough so although I took a couple of breaks from it, I didn’t abandon it and listened till the end. If you’re a UF fan, this could be a series worth getting into. Read the rest of this entry

Hounded: The Iron Druid Chronicles Audiobook Review By Kevin Hearne, Narrated by Luke Daniels, Series: Iron Druid Chronicles, Book 1

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Hounded: The Iron Druid Chronicles, Book 1

Written by: Kevin Hearne

Narrated by: Luke Daniels

Length: 8 hrs and 11 mins

Series: Iron Druid Chronicles, Book 1

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date: 04-19-11

Publisher: Brilliance Audio

Hounded is the first audiobook in The Iron Druid Chronicles series which is an urban fantasy by the relatively new author Kevin Hearne. We’re presented with a story that follows the magical adventures of the world’s last druid Atticus in modern day Arizona.

Forget about all those silly old men in robes with long white beards. Atticus definitely doesn’t fit in that stereotype, being a 21 year old youngster with red hair, a goatee and the palest skin you’re ever seen. One might think that Arizona won’t be the first choice for a place of residence for someone like him, because you know, it’s constantly sunny and hot and dessert-y. He, however has a few good reasons for choosing the USA South. The Celtic god of love Aenghus Og is after him and not because he has deep feelings for Atticus but because he’s convinced that the druid stole a magical sword that belongs to him. It turns out that Arizona is as far away from the fae gateways to the Old World which makes it difficult for the gods and their minions to catch him by surprise. Read the rest of this entry