Hexed is the second novel in Kevin Hearne’s urban fantasy series, The Iron Druid Chronicles and is the sequel to Hounded. It was released on June 7, Kevin Hearne, a rising name in the urban fantasy genre, is the author of the Iron Druid Chronicles, a series of novels featuring Atticus. Listen to “Hexed The Iron Druid Chronicles” by Kevin Hearne available from Rakuten Kobo. Narrated by Luke Daniels. Start a free day trial today and get.
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Showing of reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase. I thought there was a lot of potential in the first book of this series, and I am happy to see it is expanded on in Hexed.
Just another day in the life of a druid. The first book dis appointed me because everything came to Atticus; someone would conveniently tell him what he needed to know so he never had to be proactive. Thankfully, that is not the case here. The book is very fast paced since there are so many fires for Atticus to put out. This means he has to plan, negotiate and work out how to tackle each crisis. I did have a couple of issues with the book. The Morrigan and Brighid both make appearances that go on too long and serve no purpose to the current plot.
And, a noticeable amount of the book is taken up with setting up the next book, which will no doubt deal with Thor and everyone wanting him dead. Overall, a nice improvement over the first book with some character growth and expanded cast.
Recommended to fans of urban fantasy. One person found this helpful. I’m not an especially big fan of urban fantasy, but the premise of the first book in this series was interesting enough to draw me in and I liked it enough to give this second book a try. I didn’t like it quite as much as book one, but I’ll probably try at least one more book in the series. I think the part I liked the most was the dialog between Atticus and Oberon, his pooch.
The part I didn’t like was that Atticus, who has lived hundreds of years by keeping in the shadows, suddenly seems to want to shine brightly.
That seems odd to me and not in character, unless there’s an explanation for this that I somehow missed. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. I have to say that The Iron Druid Chronicles are growing on me.
This and a few other things put me off a bit when reading the first book. However, I thought the book was definitely good enough for me to give one more instalment a go and so, here we are.
I have read Hexed which is the second book in the series. His rather care-free gung-ho attitude can actually be rather fun at times. I have also grown accustomed to his conversations with his Irish Wolfhound which are fairly ridiculous if you give yourself time to think about it but are also really funny if you try not to be to serious about it.
Dguid are talking about a fantasy novel after all. But I guess a dog not only using words to communicate but words like discombobulating I had to look that one up might not be to the liking of everyone. One thing that I like, and which I liked already in the first book, is that the main character is not only likable but a very positive person not running around doing a bunch of self-loathing and feeling sorry for himself.
Even when he suffers quite a bit of a down-event in the book he keeps his spirit and is more interested in kicking some serious behind rather than go around harping about how he could have done things differently. The various Hxed gods are of course back drui well although they kind of wiggle around being likable and not so likable.
And of course there are a few new acquaintances on the definitely-not-likable side. There are plenty of action in the book as well. Witches, hexes, golems and demons are thrown around fairly liberally. The story is rather simple but works quite well for this kind of book. Most of it is concentrated on the main plot of the book which has a clear beginning, middle and end which I like. On the whole I would say that I found this book quite entertaining and I did not hesitate to put the next one on my to-read shelf after having finished this one.
Marty T Top Contributor: It’s always hard to follow up the first novel, this second novel is better than the first. We already know most of the characters from the previous, and it’s quite a story. Atticus faces three challenges in this, and none of them are by his choice, he has unwanted visitors that can kill him, but Oberon is always by his side providing humour.
There have been complaints about the women, mainly goddesses, that are weak. These are not weak women, they each have their own agenda using Atticus as a pawn and he really doesn’t have a lot of choice in their game chroonicles each other. The only choice he has is to protect himself as much as he can and sometimes threatening, then resolving a situation to both parties satisfaction is the only way to get out drruid making an enemy. See all reviews.
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