Trapped (Iron Druid Chronicles) Paperback – 29 Nov 2012
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"It may be possible that Hearne and Atticus are the logical heir to Butcher and Dresden."―SFFWorld
"[Atticus is] a strong modern hero with a long history and the wit to survive in the twenty-first century. . . . A snappy narrative voice . . . a savvy urban fantasy adventure."--"Library Journal," on "Hounded"
"Superb . . . eminently readable . . . plenty of quips and zap-pow-bang fighting."--"Publishers Weekly "(starred review), on "Hounded"
It may be possible that Hearne and Atticus are the logical heir to Butcher and Dresden. SFFWorld
[Atticus is] a strong modern hero with a long history and the wit to survive in the twenty-first century. . . . A snappy narrative voice . . . a savvy urban fantasy adventure. "Library Journal," on "Hounded"
Superb . . . eminently readable . . . plenty of quips and zap-pow-bang fighting. "Publishers Weekly "(starred review), on "Hounded"" --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Fifth book (but second in a new story arc) in the Iron Chronicles series, described by SFF World as 'Neil Gaiman's American Gods meets Jim Butcher's Harry Dresden'See all Product Description
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Top Customer Reviews
Granuaile is really coming into her own and is becoming herself rather than a side kick - I can't wait to see what happens with her :)
Keep reading. It's worth it :)
So along with Harry Dresden, Alex Verus and Matthew Swift, we've got Aticus
Whole series well recommended.
Being alone, he is forced to make faustian deals in order to get the firepower to fight enemies which are literally gods but at last, in this 5th book, he is managing to train his 2nd and only living apprentice, the lovely Granuaile. Now, it could be two druids instead of one against a plethora of threats including the original force which annihilated the druidic order.
Sacrificing a little humour and entertainment, this is still a very enjoyable book. This book sets develops both plot and characters leading to a cliffhanger that sets up the scene for Atticus and Granuaile to fight back against the mysterious antagonist which killed all the ancient druids leaving Atticus the lone survivor.
Then, when you add Oberon's outlook on human foibles, whether it's the merits of sausage or human mating habits, you're guaranteed a bunch of smiles.
This book kept me reading, but couldn't quite compete with all the Christmas brouhaha. Maybe if I read it after New Year's, I would of given it Five Stars.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
As usual with the novels in the Iron Druid Chronicles, an excellent read.Published 2 months ago by John Spencer
The fifth book in the Iron Druid Chronicles surprised me by being set twelve years after the previous book - a twist that I certainly wasn't expecting and one that left me trying... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jim J-R
I have read the first five books in as many weeks. Very enjoyable easy reading. Looking forward to the next one.Published 11 months ago by chrisisreading
Great series can't wait for the next, real characters and fantastic mix of magic and folklore. Atticus is now one of my favourite charactersPublished 15 months ago by April bell
funny druid, talking dog, gods, vampires, werewolves.....what isn't to like?Published 21 months ago by Dr
This series of books just keeps getting better and better. It is a nice and simple read. It does not challenge the brain to greatly.Published 21 months ago by Joycey