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    PDF Hammered This is my review of the entire trilogy and there are some minor spoilersI'm a sucker for a good muli pantheon tale I think Sandman did it best but Gaiman's reprisal with American Gods was also good Thus I was e

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    PDF Hammered I am really really conflicted about this book On one hand it has all the delightful character interaction solid action scenes and fun and fascinating new spins on mythology I've come to expect from Hearne But on the other hand as the

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    PDF Hammered I still love all of the characters in this book but this one wasn't for me 🙁

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    PDF Hammered Read Ö eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ´ Kevin Hearne Kevin Hearne ´ 7 characters First off a big thank you to Kevin Hearne and my great GR friends whom made this book extra kick ass and brought me back into the UF genre I walked away from years ago a genre I’ve missed reading and would have kept missing witho

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    PDF Hammered Kevin Hearne ´ 7 characters Read Ö eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ´ Kevin Hearne There is little worthwhile or memorable Of all the Iron Druid chronicles this is one of my least favorites 1 of 10 stars

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    review Hammered PDF Hammered Kevin Hearne ´ 7 characters Full review now posted Original review can be found at BooknestNot a bad way to kick off the new year Not bad at allThis series is what I alwa

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    Read Ö eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ´ Kevin Hearne PDF Hammered Kevin Hearne ´ 7 characters My ADD with the Iron Druid series continues There were parts of the book that simply made me laugh And those parts or less revolved around Oberon His natural sunny doggy disposition and sense of humor brighten up what for me was a ver

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    review Hammered PDF Hammered A little challenging for me than its predecessors Hounded and Hexed Much darker and clearly part of a series; the other two worked well as stand alone books but this one picks up where the last stops and has little in the way of exposition Character building seems a bit uncomfortable; I'm not sure that I really like Atticus very much in this book Officially he is keeping both the letter of his word to the witch Laksha and to the vampire Lei

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    Read Ö eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ´ Kevin Hearne Kevin Hearne ´ 7 characters PDF Hammered HookedI’m hooked Kevin Hearne has created in Atticus a character with whom I can relate and about whom I am interested in reading and adventures I usually don’t follow series but Hearne’s Iron Druid books have me bound like an Irish druid Star Trek Smokey and the Bandit and other pop culture references a fun and witty Irish wolfhound co

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    Kevin Hearne ´ 7 characters PDF Hammered I think I'm having a small crush on Atticus O'Sullivan These Iron Druid books provide the perfect blend of light hearted fun and some dark and serious moments And I adore how Atticus is eual parts cheeky cocky charming and compassiona

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Hammered characters º 7 Kevin Hearne ´ 7 characters Thor the Norse god of thunder is worse than a blowhard and a bully he’s ruined countless lives and killed scores of innocents After centuries Viking vampire Leif Helgarson is ready to get his vengeance and he’s asked his friend Atticus O’Sullivan the last of the Druids to help take down this Norse. I still love all of the characters in this book but this one wasn t for me

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Hammered characters º 7 Kevin Hearne ´ 7 characters NightmareOne survival strategy has worked for Atticus for than two thousand years stay away from the guy with the lightning bolts But things are heating up in Atticus’s home base of Tempe Arizona There’s a vampire turf war brewing and Russian demon hunters who call themselves the Hammers of God are. There is little worthwhile or memorable Of all the Iron Druid chronicles this is one of my least favorites 1 of 10 stars

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Hammered characters º 7 Kevin Hearne ´ 7 characters Running rampant Despite multiple warnings and portents of dire conseuences Atticus and Leif journey to the Norse plain of Asgard where they team up with a werewolf a sorcerer and an army of frost giants for an epic showdown against vicious Valkyries angry gods and the hammer wielding Thunder Thug himse. My ADD with the Iron Druid series continues There were parts of the book that simply made me laugh And those parts or less revolved around Oberon His natural sunny doggy disposition and sense of humor brighten up what for me was a very disappointing book Now on to my uibbles First this felt like a poorly structured book The book felt like it really should have been broken up into two parts There were a series of incidents in Tempe Lief dealing with an incursion of vampires from Memphis and Atticus dealing with the Hammer of God religious nuts outside his favorite Irish pub And then there was the main story line the uest to kill Thor yes Thor the Viking God of Thunder What was the connection between the two main lines I think it would have been cleaner and made sense to focus on one of the main lines ie dealing with the fallout of the last book BEFORE going on to kill Thor The part of the book that I found really compelling were the stories that the companions shared with one another as they prepared to storm Valhalla The fight that followed was interesting because I found myself really pulling for Atticus friends There should have been like thisNext Atticus is starting to get on my nerves He s two thousand years old yet he drops pop culture references with the best of hipsters Surely a 2000 year old druid would struggle to pull it together so cleanly I mean if Lief 1000 years old and the werewolf alpha 300 years old struggle to even dress in a contemporary fashion why is it so easy for Atticus Does being one with Gaia somehow also connect one with Star Trek The part where this really made me cringe was when Atticus Lief the werewolf and their companions actually catch two Jotunn frost giants bumping ugly To get the soul rending imagery out of their minds they decide to sing I m not making this up It s a Small World After All Seriously They do Check it yourself It s right at the end of chapter 22 Related for someone who is very up on his cultural currency he seems to have no ualms about the Jotunn dragging off Freyja back to their lair and presumably having their way with herFinally these books have a gargantuan logic problem right in their heart It is I fear a fatal flaw In the author s world Gods and Goddesses and Monsters seem to be constructed out of the zeitgeist When people believe in Gods they manifest and gain in power When no one believes in them they grow weaker As Perun the I think Russian God of Thunder says to Atticus They still weaker than before Christ but much stronger than me Because of words Because now children in many parts of the world hear about them And so they are bigger ideas If belief is all it takes to manifest and gain power where then are the dark Elder beings such as C thulu How come random 2000 year old Gods such as Bacchus can still manifest such power and be immortal Presumably if he or she has few followers they would be correspondingly weaker Was belief at some time all it took to be that powerful What about the belief of all those people who believe at one time of another that the world is going to end There is something about what the author has built that I found kind of problematicTwo stars out of five I remain hopeful for the other books in the series

  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 312
  • Hammered
  • Kevin Hearne
  • English
  • 19 February 2020
  • 9780345522481