Scourged (The Iron Druid Chronicles #9)

Scourged (The Iron Druid Chronicles #9)

Kevin Hearne creates the ultimate Atticus O?Sullivan adventure in the grand finale of the New York Times bestselling Iron Druid Chronicles: an epic battle royale against the Norse gods of Asgard. Unchained from fate, the Norse gods Loki and Hel are ready to unleash Ragnarok, a.k.a. the Apocalypse, upon the earth. They?ve made allies on the darker side of many pantheons, and Kevin Hearne creates the ultimate Atticus O?Sullivan adventure in the grand finale of the New York Times bestse...

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Title:Scourged (The Iron Druid Chronicles #9)
Author:Kevin Hearne
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Genres:Fantasy
ISBN:Scourged
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:288 pages pages

Scourged (The Iron Druid Chronicles #9) Reviews

  • Eric
    Apr 19, 2018

    This was a bit of a sad ending for a series which I have previously enjoyed very much. I liked some of it but wish the author had not gone for the three separate story lines. It really did not work and all I could think of was that the three Druids should have been there together for t...

    What a shitty ending! I was (view spoiler)[worried things between Atticus and Granuaile weren't going well and then this is what she does? Way to kick a guy when he's down. I know Atticus made a huge mistake with Freya, but people make mistakes! I hope he finds someone who'll be happy ...

    I'm amazed, satisfied, filled with humor and equal dismay. *wail* This is the end of the Iron Druid. The story of Atticus is done. *wail* Fortunately, this last book is a wildly good ride, featuring a better Hel and Loki from some movies we've seen, a Ragnarok with full pantheons...

    What the heck happened to this series? I've looked at the earlier books, and they're so good... Is Mr. Hearne even writing this? Has the person who's writing this read the earlier books? Where are the Gun wielding Draugar from book 5? Fand's rebellion, a MAIN hidden plot thread of a...

    And so it ends. For now at least. Kevin Hearne wraps up his very entertaining Iron Druid series nicely, binding together the myriad strands of myth, legend and urban fantasy that made this all so fun. Like all the others, Hearne?s underlying humor, some of it corny, was also in...

    WHAT A BITCH....... That is the main thought that is continually running through my mind as I sit here and think about the ending to this series. ***THERE ARE SPOILERS AHEAD.......Do not go on if you have not read the book****** Yes - the series had to end. Yes- the series ...

    As someone who loves every one of the Iron Druid series. This one was a disappointment. I felt like Kevin Hearne just wanted the series to end and didn't care how he did it. I know he says that 9 is a special number in irish mythology. I know that he wanted to move onto something new. ...

    Full review now posted! Original review can be found at Booknest. Rating: 4.5/5 stars Well, that?s it. After nine books, we?ve finally reached the end of the road. Reading this series has been among the most fun I?ve ever had reading. Hearne has spun a wonderful tale ...

    Let me start off by saying I can see what he was attempting to do here. When you have a nine book series hoping around the world all leading up to the end of the world, you're going to want to create and 'epic' finally bring in all the characters met along the way. Hearne just does a r...

    I award this book 1 billion wagging dog tails for a fulfilling, unexpected finale to what has been one of my favorite series. Some spoiler-y thoughts on "the Granuaile situation": (read at your own peril) (view spoiler)[I've read many reviews of people upset at Granuaile for b...

    A fun romp, with an ending like a punch in the gut. I miss these books so much already. ...

    I loved this series. I usually recommend it to anyone who will listen. Not any more. I cannot adequately describe how frustrated, angry, and *betrayed* I feel over the ending. I. HATE. IT. HATE!!! Oh, it's cleverly done. Everything was "fixed" in the end. It's all neat, tidy, an...

    I thoroughly enjoyed the Druid series but I am afraid Scourged left me cold. The final Ragnarok battle felt totally disjointed and jumbled. Whilst the main character did warrant some payback for some of his decisions in earlier books the various outcomes were at the same time unexpecte...

    I am so disappointed by this book. Like, incredibly so. Let me list the disappointments, with minor but minimal spoilers: Disappointment 1: The size. At the font size I was reading at, it was 248 pages long... including copyright, pronunciation guides, and all that. 250 pages for th...

    What a sad end to a series I generally liked! And by sad, I mean disappointing. This books throws every god/deity/mythological being into one big battle, which maybe would have been exciting if I wasn't so busy being bored and/or confused. I'm sure some, if not most of them, were 'show...

    This was an okay end to a pretty good series. Atticus loses any and all badassedness and relies on others to solve all of his problems. Owen's parts were great and on their own would have been about a 4.5 to 5 star. But Granuaille's arc and her decision making in the end ruined her por...

    What an abysmal end to such a fun and once promising series. How did it devolve into so many pages of dogs talking about gravy, main characters wondering about whether vampires have boogers, and lengthy conversations with sloths? Considering this was the much led-up-to apocalypse, ...

  • Peter
    May 17, 2018

    This was a bit of a sad ending for a series which I have previously enjoyed very much. I liked some of it but wish the author had not gone for the three separate story lines. It really did not work and all I could think of was that the three Druids should have been there together for t...

    What a shitty ending! I was (view spoiler)[worried things between Atticus and Granuaile weren't going well and then this is what she does? Way to kick a guy when he's down. I know Atticus made a huge mistake with Freya, but people make mistakes! I hope he finds someone who'll be happy ...

    I'm amazed, satisfied, filled with humor and equal dismay. *wail* This is the end of the Iron Druid. The story of Atticus is done. *wail* Fortunately, this last book is a wildly good ride, featuring a better Hel and Loki from some movies we've seen, a Ragnarok with full pantheons...

    What the heck happened to this series? I've looked at the earlier books, and they're so good... Is Mr. Hearne even writing this? Has the person who's writing this read the earlier books? Where are the Gun wielding Draugar from book 5? Fand's rebellion, a MAIN hidden plot thread of a...

    And so it ends. For now at least. Kevin Hearne wraps up his very entertaining Iron Druid series nicely, binding together the myriad strands of myth, legend and urban fantasy that made this all so fun. Like all the others, Hearne?s underlying humor, some of it corny, was also in...

    WHAT A BITCH....... That is the main thought that is continually running through my mind as I sit here and think about the ending to this series. ***THERE ARE SPOILERS AHEAD.......Do not go on if you have not read the book****** Yes - the series had to end. Yes- the series ...

    As someone who loves every one of the Iron Druid series. This one was a disappointment. I felt like Kevin Hearne just wanted the series to end and didn't care how he did it. I know he says that 9 is a special number in irish mythology. I know that he wanted to move onto something new. ...

    Full review now posted! Original review can be found at Booknest. Rating: 4.5/5 stars Well, that?s it. After nine books, we?ve finally reached the end of the road. Reading this series has been among the most fun I?ve ever had reading. Hearne has spun a wonderful tale ...

    Let me start off by saying I can see what he was attempting to do here. When you have a nine book series hoping around the world all leading up to the end of the world, you're going to want to create and 'epic' finally bring in all the characters met along the way. Hearne just does a r...

    I award this book 1 billion wagging dog tails for a fulfilling, unexpected finale to what has been one of my favorite series. Some spoiler-y thoughts on "the Granuaile situation": (read at your own peril) (view spoiler)[I've read many reviews of people upset at Granuaile for b...

    A fun romp, with an ending like a punch in the gut. I miss these books so much already. ...

  • Jo
    Apr 15, 2018

    This was a bit of a sad ending for a series which I have previously enjoyed very much. I liked some of it but wish the author had not gone for the three separate story lines. It really did not work and all I could think of was that the three Druids should have been there together for t...

    What a shitty ending! I was (view spoiler)[worried things between Atticus and Granuaile weren't going well and then this is what she does? Way to kick a guy when he's down. I know Atticus made a huge mistake with Freya, but people make mistakes! I hope he finds someone who'll be happy ...

    I'm amazed, satisfied, filled with humor and equal dismay. *wail* This is the end of the Iron Druid. The story of Atticus is done. *wail* Fortunately, this last book is a wildly good ride, featuring a better Hel and Loki from some movies we've seen, a Ragnarok with full pantheons...

    What the heck happened to this series? I've looked at the earlier books, and they're so good... Is Mr. Hearne even writing this? Has the person who's writing this read the earlier books? Where are the Gun wielding Draugar from book 5? Fand's rebellion, a MAIN hidden plot thread of a...

    And so it ends. For now at least. Kevin Hearne wraps up his very entertaining Iron Druid series nicely, binding together the myriad strands of myth, legend and urban fantasy that made this all so fun. Like all the others, Hearne?s underlying humor, some of it corny, was also in...

    WHAT A BITCH....... That is the main thought that is continually running through my mind as I sit here and think about the ending to this series. ***THERE ARE SPOILERS AHEAD.......Do not go on if you have not read the book****** Yes - the series had to end. Yes- the series ...

    As someone who loves every one of the Iron Druid series. This one was a disappointment. I felt like Kevin Hearne just wanted the series to end and didn't care how he did it. I know he says that 9 is a special number in irish mythology. I know that he wanted to move onto something new. ...

    Full review now posted! Original review can be found at Booknest. Rating: 4.5/5 stars Well, that?s it. After nine books, we?ve finally reached the end of the road. Reading this series has been among the most fun I?ve ever had reading. Hearne has spun a wonderful tale ...

    Let me start off by saying I can see what he was attempting to do here. When you have a nine book series hoping around the world all leading up to the end of the world, you're going to want to create and 'epic' finally bring in all the characters met along the way. Hearne just does a r...

    I award this book 1 billion wagging dog tails for a fulfilling, unexpected finale to what has been one of my favorite series. Some spoiler-y thoughts on "the Granuaile situation": (read at your own peril) (view spoiler)[I've read many reviews of people upset at Granuaile for b...

    A fun romp, with an ending like a punch in the gut. I miss these books so much already. ...

    I loved this series. I usually recommend it to anyone who will listen. Not any more. I cannot adequately describe how frustrated, angry, and *betrayed* I feel over the ending. I. HATE. IT. HATE!!! Oh, it's cleverly done. Everything was "fixed" in the end. It's all neat, tidy, an...

    I thoroughly enjoyed the Druid series but I am afraid Scourged left me cold. The final Ragnarok battle felt totally disjointed and jumbled. Whilst the main character did warrant some payback for some of his decisions in earlier books the various outcomes were at the same time unexpecte...

    I am so disappointed by this book. Like, incredibly so. Let me list the disappointments, with minor but minimal spoilers: Disappointment 1: The size. At the font size I was reading at, it was 248 pages long... including copyright, pronunciation guides, and all that. 250 pages for th...

    What a sad end to a series I generally liked! And by sad, I mean disappointing. This books throws every god/deity/mythological being into one big battle, which maybe would have been exciting if I wasn't so busy being bored and/or confused. I'm sure some, if not most of them, were 'show...

    This was an okay end to a pretty good series. Atticus loses any and all badassedness and relies on others to solve all of his problems. Owen's parts were great and on their own would have been about a 4.5 to 5 star. But Granuaille's arc and her decision making in the end ruined her por...

    What an abysmal end to such a fun and once promising series. How did it devolve into so many pages of dogs talking about gravy, main characters wondering about whether vampires have boogers, and lengthy conversations with sloths? Considering this was the much led-up-to apocalypse, ...

    Woah! New guy on the cover. He no longer looks like Shaggy from Scooby Doo. ;) ...

    This was such a disappointment. I'd read all of Kevin Hearne's previous novels about Atticus and was heavily invested in the characters and the world they lived in. I realize ending a series is hard, but I felt like the plot was thin and rushed, it was as if he was over writing about A...

  • kartik narayanan
    Apr 13, 2018

    This was a bit of a sad ending for a series which I have previously enjoyed very much. I liked some of it but wish the author had not gone for the three separate story lines. It really did not work and all I could think of was that the three Druids should have been there together for t...

    What a shitty ending! I was (view spoiler)[worried things between Atticus and Granuaile weren't going well and then this is what she does? Way to kick a guy when he's down. I know Atticus made a huge mistake with Freya, but people make mistakes! I hope he finds someone who'll be happy ...

    I'm amazed, satisfied, filled with humor and equal dismay. *wail* This is the end of the Iron Druid. The story of Atticus is done. *wail* Fortunately, this last book is a wildly good ride, featuring a better Hel and Loki from some movies we've seen, a Ragnarok with full pantheons...

    What the heck happened to this series? I've looked at the earlier books, and they're so good... Is Mr. Hearne even writing this? Has the person who's writing this read the earlier books? Where are the Gun wielding Draugar from book 5? Fand's rebellion, a MAIN hidden plot thread of a...

    And so it ends. For now at least. Kevin Hearne wraps up his very entertaining Iron Druid series nicely, binding together the myriad strands of myth, legend and urban fantasy that made this all so fun. Like all the others, Hearne?s underlying humor, some of it corny, was also in...

    WHAT A BITCH....... That is the main thought that is continually running through my mind as I sit here and think about the ending to this series. ***THERE ARE SPOILERS AHEAD.......Do not go on if you have not read the book****** Yes - the series had to end. Yes- the series ...

    As someone who loves every one of the Iron Druid series. This one was a disappointment. I felt like Kevin Hearne just wanted the series to end and didn't care how he did it. I know he says that 9 is a special number in irish mythology. I know that he wanted to move onto something new. ...

    Full review now posted! Original review can be found at Booknest. Rating: 4.5/5 stars Well, that?s it. After nine books, we?ve finally reached the end of the road. Reading this series has been among the most fun I?ve ever had reading. Hearne has spun a wonderful tale ...

    Let me start off by saying I can see what he was attempting to do here. When you have a nine book series hoping around the world all leading up to the end of the world, you're going to want to create and 'epic' finally bring in all the characters met along the way. Hearne just does a r...

    I award this book 1 billion wagging dog tails for a fulfilling, unexpected finale to what has been one of my favorite series. Some spoiler-y thoughts on "the Granuaile situation": (read at your own peril) (view spoiler)[I've read many reviews of people upset at Granuaile for b...

    A fun romp, with an ending like a punch in the gut. I miss these books so much already. ...

    I loved this series. I usually recommend it to anyone who will listen. Not any more. I cannot adequately describe how frustrated, angry, and *betrayed* I feel over the ending. I. HATE. IT. HATE!!! Oh, it's cleverly done. Everything was "fixed" in the end. It's all neat, tidy, an...

    I thoroughly enjoyed the Druid series but I am afraid Scourged left me cold. The final Ragnarok battle felt totally disjointed and jumbled. Whilst the main character did warrant some payback for some of his decisions in earlier books the various outcomes were at the same time unexpecte...

    I am so disappointed by this book. Like, incredibly so. Let me list the disappointments, with minor but minimal spoilers: Disappointment 1: The size. At the font size I was reading at, it was 248 pages long... including copyright, pronunciation guides, and all that. 250 pages for th...

    What a sad end to a series I generally liked! And by sad, I mean disappointing. This books throws every god/deity/mythological being into one big battle, which maybe would have been exciting if I wasn't so busy being bored and/or confused. I'm sure some, if not most of them, were 'show...

    This was an okay end to a pretty good series. Atticus loses any and all badassedness and relies on others to solve all of his problems. Owen's parts were great and on their own would have been about a 4.5 to 5 star. But Granuaille's arc and her decision making in the end ruined her por...

    What an abysmal end to such a fun and once promising series. How did it devolve into so many pages of dogs talking about gravy, main characters wondering about whether vampires have boogers, and lengthy conversations with sloths? Considering this was the much led-up-to apocalypse, ...

    Woah! New guy on the cover. He no longer looks like Shaggy from Scooby Doo. ;) ...

    This was such a disappointment. I'd read all of Kevin Hearne's previous novels about Atticus and was heavily invested in the characters and the world they lived in. I realize ending a series is hard, but I felt like the plot was thin and rushed, it was as if he was over writing about A...

    Scourged is a great ending to a great series. There is a satisfying climax with everyone piling in. Every one gets their comeuppance. Lots of humour. Lots of gaia stuff. Significant character development. Basically, you will like Scourged if you liked the other Iron Druid books....

  • Bradley
    Mar 25, 2018

    This was a bit of a sad ending for a series which I have previously enjoyed very much. I liked some of it but wish the author had not gone for the three separate story lines. It really did not work and all I could think of was that the three Druids should have been there together for t...

    What a shitty ending! I was (view spoiler)[worried things between Atticus and Granuaile weren't going well and then this is what she does? Way to kick a guy when he's down. I know Atticus made a huge mistake with Freya, but people make mistakes! I hope he finds someone who'll be happy ...

    I'm amazed, satisfied, filled with humor and equal dismay. *wail* This is the end of the Iron Druid. The story of Atticus is done. *wail* Fortunately, this last book is a wildly good ride, featuring a better Hel and Loki from some movies we've seen, a Ragnarok with full pantheons...

  • ☕ Kimberly
    Apr 04, 2018

    This was a bit of a sad ending for a series which I have previously enjoyed very much. I liked some of it but wish the author had not gone for the three separate story lines. It really did not work and all I could think of was that the three Druids should have been there together for t...

    What a shitty ending! I was (view spoiler)[worried things between Atticus and Granuaile weren't going well and then this is what she does? Way to kick a guy when he's down. I know Atticus made a huge mistake with Freya, but people make mistakes! I hope he finds someone who'll be happy ...

    I'm amazed, satisfied, filled with humor and equal dismay. *wail* This is the end of the Iron Druid. The story of Atticus is done. *wail* Fortunately, this last book is a wildly good ride, featuring a better Hel and Loki from some movies we've seen, a Ragnarok with full pantheons...

    What the heck happened to this series? I've looked at the earlier books, and they're so good... Is Mr. Hearne even writing this? Has the person who's writing this read the earlier books? Where are the Gun wielding Draugar from book 5? Fand's rebellion, a MAIN hidden plot thread of a...

    And so it ends. For now at least. Kevin Hearne wraps up his very entertaining Iron Druid series nicely, binding together the myriad strands of myth, legend and urban fantasy that made this all so fun. Like all the others, Hearne?s underlying humor, some of it corny, was also in...

    WHAT A BITCH....... That is the main thought that is continually running through my mind as I sit here and think about the ending to this series. ***THERE ARE SPOILERS AHEAD.......Do not go on if you have not read the book****** Yes - the series had to end. Yes- the series ...

    As someone who loves every one of the Iron Druid series. This one was a disappointment. I felt like Kevin Hearne just wanted the series to end and didn't care how he did it. I know he says that 9 is a special number in irish mythology. I know that he wanted to move onto something new. ...

    Full review now posted! Original review can be found at Booknest. Rating: 4.5/5 stars Well, that?s it. After nine books, we?ve finally reached the end of the road. Reading this series has been among the most fun I?ve ever had reading. Hearne has spun a wonderful tale ...

    Let me start off by saying I can see what he was attempting to do here. When you have a nine book series hoping around the world all leading up to the end of the world, you're going to want to create and 'epic' finally bring in all the characters met along the way. Hearne just does a r...

    I award this book 1 billion wagging dog tails for a fulfilling, unexpected finale to what has been one of my favorite series. Some spoiler-y thoughts on "the Granuaile situation": (read at your own peril) (view spoiler)[I've read many reviews of people upset at Granuaile for b...

    A fun romp, with an ending like a punch in the gut. I miss these books so much already. ...

    I loved this series. I usually recommend it to anyone who will listen. Not any more. I cannot adequately describe how frustrated, angry, and *betrayed* I feel over the ending. I. HATE. IT. HATE!!! Oh, it's cleverly done. Everything was "fixed" in the end. It's all neat, tidy, an...

    I thoroughly enjoyed the Druid series but I am afraid Scourged left me cold. The final Ragnarok battle felt totally disjointed and jumbled. Whilst the main character did warrant some payback for some of his decisions in earlier books the various outcomes were at the same time unexpecte...

    I am so disappointed by this book. Like, incredibly so. Let me list the disappointments, with minor but minimal spoilers: Disappointment 1: The size. At the font size I was reading at, it was 248 pages long... including copyright, pronunciation guides, and all that. 250 pages for th...

    What a sad end to a series I generally liked! And by sad, I mean disappointing. This books throws every god/deity/mythological being into one big battle, which maybe would have been exciting if I wasn't so busy being bored and/or confused. I'm sure some, if not most of them, were 'show...

    This was an okay end to a pretty good series. Atticus loses any and all badassedness and relies on others to solve all of his problems. Owen's parts were great and on their own would have been about a 4.5 to 5 star. But Granuaille's arc and her decision making in the end ruined her por...

    What an abysmal end to such a fun and once promising series. How did it devolve into so many pages of dogs talking about gravy, main characters wondering about whether vampires have boogers, and lengthy conversations with sloths? Considering this was the much led-up-to apocalypse, ...

    Woah! New guy on the cover. He no longer looks like Shaggy from Scooby Doo. ;) ...

    This was such a disappointment. I'd read all of Kevin Hearne's previous novels about Atticus and was heavily invested in the characters and the world they lived in. I realize ending a series is hard, but I felt like the plot was thin and rushed, it was as if he was over writing about A...

    Scourged is a great ending to a great series. There is a satisfying climax with everyone piling in. Every one gets their comeuppance. Lots of humour. Lots of gaia stuff. Significant character development. Basically, you will like Scourged if you liked the other Iron Druid books....

    Great series... But... I loved this series. Read it so many times. Then political aspects started to creep in. In this book alone we heard Granuaile speak of "the patriarchy" several times, and the final time in a place in a common situation, removing someone you care about from ha...

    Sadly the books no longer feel like the first 4-5. They've lost the magic quality that I so enjoyed. The whole dogs talking thing, which I'm sure people love, have become major passages of the book and distract from the loose plot. ...

    The audio opens with a recap of the series delivered by Oberon and gads Luke Daniels is such a gifted narrator. The story picks up right after events in Besieged and is broken up into three narratives as Atticus, Granuaile, and Owen each face battles during Ragnarok. A prophesied apoca...

  • Lyn
    Apr 12, 2018

    This was a bit of a sad ending for a series which I have previously enjoyed very much. I liked some of it but wish the author had not gone for the three separate story lines. It really did not work and all I could think of was that the three Druids should have been there together for t...

    What a shitty ending! I was (view spoiler)[worried things between Atticus and Granuaile weren't going well and then this is what she does? Way to kick a guy when he's down. I know Atticus made a huge mistake with Freya, but people make mistakes! I hope he finds someone who'll be happy ...

    I'm amazed, satisfied, filled with humor and equal dismay. *wail* This is the end of the Iron Druid. The story of Atticus is done. *wail* Fortunately, this last book is a wildly good ride, featuring a better Hel and Loki from some movies we've seen, a Ragnarok with full pantheons...

    What the heck happened to this series? I've looked at the earlier books, and they're so good... Is Mr. Hearne even writing this? Has the person who's writing this read the earlier books? Where are the Gun wielding Draugar from book 5? Fand's rebellion, a MAIN hidden plot thread of a...

    And so it ends. For now at least. Kevin Hearne wraps up his very entertaining Iron Druid series nicely, binding together the myriad strands of myth, legend and urban fantasy that made this all so fun. Like all the others, Hearne?s underlying humor, some of it corny, was also in...

  • ♥Rachel♥
    Apr 09, 2018

    This was a bit of a sad ending for a series which I have previously enjoyed very much. I liked some of it but wish the author had not gone for the three separate story lines. It really did not work and all I could think of was that the three Druids should have been there together for t...

    What a shitty ending! I was (view spoiler)[worried things between Atticus and Granuaile weren't going well and then this is what she does? Way to kick a guy when he's down. I know Atticus made a huge mistake with Freya, but people make mistakes! I hope he finds someone who'll be happy ...

  • Amyiw
    Apr 05, 2018

    This was a bit of a sad ending for a series which I have previously enjoyed very much. I liked some of it but wish the author had not gone for the three separate story lines. It really did not work and all I could think of was that the three Druids should have been there together for t...

    What a shitty ending! I was (view spoiler)[worried things between Atticus and Granuaile weren't going well and then this is what she does? Way to kick a guy when he's down. I know Atticus made a huge mistake with Freya, but people make mistakes! I hope he finds someone who'll be happy ...

    I'm amazed, satisfied, filled with humor and equal dismay. *wail* This is the end of the Iron Druid. The story of Atticus is done. *wail* Fortunately, this last book is a wildly good ride, featuring a better Hel and Loki from some movies we've seen, a Ragnarok with full pantheons...

    What the heck happened to this series? I've looked at the earlier books, and they're so good... Is Mr. Hearne even writing this? Has the person who's writing this read the earlier books? Where are the Gun wielding Draugar from book 5? Fand's rebellion, a MAIN hidden plot thread of a...

    And so it ends. For now at least. Kevin Hearne wraps up his very entertaining Iron Druid series nicely, binding together the myriad strands of myth, legend and urban fantasy that made this all so fun. Like all the others, Hearne?s underlying humor, some of it corny, was also in...

    WHAT A BITCH....... That is the main thought that is continually running through my mind as I sit here and think about the ending to this series. ***THERE ARE SPOILERS AHEAD.......Do not go on if you have not read the book****** Yes - the series had to end. Yes- the series ...

    As someone who loves every one of the Iron Druid series. This one was a disappointment. I felt like Kevin Hearne just wanted the series to end and didn't care how he did it. I know he says that 9 is a special number in irish mythology. I know that he wanted to move onto something new. ...

    Full review now posted! Original review can be found at Booknest. Rating: 4.5/5 stars Well, that?s it. After nine books, we?ve finally reached the end of the road. Reading this series has been among the most fun I?ve ever had reading. Hearne has spun a wonderful tale ...

    Let me start off by saying I can see what he was attempting to do here. When you have a nine book series hoping around the world all leading up to the end of the world, you're going to want to create and 'epic' finally bring in all the characters met along the way. Hearne just does a r...

    I award this book 1 billion wagging dog tails for a fulfilling, unexpected finale to what has been one of my favorite series. Some spoiler-y thoughts on "the Granuaile situation": (read at your own peril) (view spoiler)[I've read many reviews of people upset at Granuaile for b...

    A fun romp, with an ending like a punch in the gut. I miss these books so much already. ...

    I loved this series. I usually recommend it to anyone who will listen. Not any more. I cannot adequately describe how frustrated, angry, and *betrayed* I feel over the ending. I. HATE. IT. HATE!!! Oh, it's cleverly done. Everything was "fixed" in the end. It's all neat, tidy, an...

    I thoroughly enjoyed the Druid series but I am afraid Scourged left me cold. The final Ragnarok battle felt totally disjointed and jumbled. Whilst the main character did warrant some payback for some of his decisions in earlier books the various outcomes were at the same time unexpecte...

    I am so disappointed by this book. Like, incredibly so. Let me list the disappointments, with minor but minimal spoilers: Disappointment 1: The size. At the font size I was reading at, it was 248 pages long... including copyright, pronunciation guides, and all that. 250 pages for th...

    What a sad end to a series I generally liked! And by sad, I mean disappointing. This books throws every god/deity/mythological being into one big battle, which maybe would have been exciting if I wasn't so busy being bored and/or confused. I'm sure some, if not most of them, were 'show...

    This was an okay end to a pretty good series. Atticus loses any and all badassedness and relies on others to solve all of his problems. Owen's parts were great and on their own would have been about a 4.5 to 5 star. But Granuaille's arc and her decision making in the end ruined her por...

    What an abysmal end to such a fun and once promising series. How did it devolve into so many pages of dogs talking about gravy, main characters wondering about whether vampires have boogers, and lengthy conversations with sloths? Considering this was the much led-up-to apocalypse, ...

    Woah! New guy on the cover. He no longer looks like Shaggy from Scooby Doo. ;) ...

    This was such a disappointment. I'd read all of Kevin Hearne's previous novels about Atticus and was heavily invested in the characters and the world they lived in. I realize ending a series is hard, but I felt like the plot was thin and rushed, it was as if he was over writing about A...

    Scourged is a great ending to a great series. There is a satisfying climax with everyone piling in. Every one gets their comeuppance. Lots of humour. Lots of gaia stuff. Significant character development. Basically, you will like Scourged if you liked the other Iron Druid books....

    Great series... But... I loved this series. Read it so many times. Then political aspects started to creep in. In this book alone we heard Granuaile speak of "the patriarchy" several times, and the final time in a place in a common situation, removing someone you care about from ha...

    Sadly the books no longer feel like the first 4-5. They've lost the magic quality that I so enjoyed. The whole dogs talking thing, which I'm sure people love, have become major passages of the book and distract from the loose plot. ...

    The audio opens with a recap of the series delivered by Oberon and gads Luke Daniels is such a gifted narrator. The story picks up right after events in Besieged and is broken up into three narratives as Atticus, Granuaile, and Owen each face battles during Ragnarok. A prophesied apoca...

    I give up on this series. 9 books in, the writing shouldn't be this amateurish and bland. The first half hour of the audiobook is dogs talking about sausage, and a fight scene in a bar a short while later reads like fanfiction. Plot lines for the series have been engaging enough, but I...

    Damn the series is ending! Damn this is the last book. Damn it WAS A REALLY GOOD BOOK! I am very sorry to see this series end but it ended well, wrapped up all the loose treads and didn't end like I expected, so that was a pleasant surprise. If I haven't talked you into reading the Iro...

    My son found these books for me. That?s when you know you raised them right! ? This is the last book in the series (unless we can convince Kevin Hearne to give us more). There are gods and goddesses from almost every mythology. The battles are epic! And like all truly amazing ba...

    3 1/2 It is hard to review this as it is a wrap up for the series and finishes up the Ragnarok overarc. I loved the ending. Some are really pissed at Granuaile, and I can see that. I started seeing her as pretty boring in Hunted and their relationship is not exactly love and devotion....

  • Kristofer
    Apr 09, 2018

    This was a bit of a sad ending for a series which I have previously enjoyed very much. I liked some of it but wish the author had not gone for the three separate story lines. It really did not work and all I could think of was that the three Druids should have been there together for t...

    What a shitty ending! I was (view spoiler)[worried things between Atticus and Granuaile weren't going well and then this is what she does? Way to kick a guy when he's down. I know Atticus made a huge mistake with Freya, but people make mistakes! I hope he finds someone who'll be happy ...

    I'm amazed, satisfied, filled with humor and equal dismay. *wail* This is the end of the Iron Druid. The story of Atticus is done. *wail* Fortunately, this last book is a wildly good ride, featuring a better Hel and Loki from some movies we've seen, a Ragnarok with full pantheons...

    What the heck happened to this series? I've looked at the earlier books, and they're so good... Is Mr. Hearne even writing this? Has the person who's writing this read the earlier books? Where are the Gun wielding Draugar from book 5? Fand's rebellion, a MAIN hidden plot thread of a...

    And so it ends. For now at least. Kevin Hearne wraps up his very entertaining Iron Druid series nicely, binding together the myriad strands of myth, legend and urban fantasy that made this all so fun. Like all the others, Hearne?s underlying humor, some of it corny, was also in...

    WHAT A BITCH....... That is the main thought that is continually running through my mind as I sit here and think about the ending to this series. ***THERE ARE SPOILERS AHEAD.......Do not go on if you have not read the book****** Yes - the series had to end. Yes- the series ...

    As someone who loves every one of the Iron Druid series. This one was a disappointment. I felt like Kevin Hearne just wanted the series to end and didn't care how he did it. I know he says that 9 is a special number in irish mythology. I know that he wanted to move onto something new. ...

    Full review now posted! Original review can be found at Booknest. Rating: 4.5/5 stars Well, that?s it. After nine books, we?ve finally reached the end of the road. Reading this series has been among the most fun I?ve ever had reading. Hearne has spun a wonderful tale ...

    Let me start off by saying I can see what he was attempting to do here. When you have a nine book series hoping around the world all leading up to the end of the world, you're going to want to create and 'epic' finally bring in all the characters met along the way. Hearne just does a r...

    I award this book 1 billion wagging dog tails for a fulfilling, unexpected finale to what has been one of my favorite series. Some spoiler-y thoughts on "the Granuaile situation": (read at your own peril) (view spoiler)[I've read many reviews of people upset at Granuaile for b...

    A fun romp, with an ending like a punch in the gut. I miss these books so much already. ...

    I loved this series. I usually recommend it to anyone who will listen. Not any more. I cannot adequately describe how frustrated, angry, and *betrayed* I feel over the ending. I. HATE. IT. HATE!!! Oh, it's cleverly done. Everything was "fixed" in the end. It's all neat, tidy, an...

    I thoroughly enjoyed the Druid series but I am afraid Scourged left me cold. The final Ragnarok battle felt totally disjointed and jumbled. Whilst the main character did warrant some payback for some of his decisions in earlier books the various outcomes were at the same time unexpecte...

    I am so disappointed by this book. Like, incredibly so. Let me list the disappointments, with minor but minimal spoilers: Disappointment 1: The size. At the font size I was reading at, it was 248 pages long... including copyright, pronunciation guides, and all that. 250 pages for th...

    What a sad end to a series I generally liked! And by sad, I mean disappointing. This books throws every god/deity/mythological being into one big battle, which maybe would have been exciting if I wasn't so busy being bored and/or confused. I'm sure some, if not most of them, were 'show...

    This was an okay end to a pretty good series. Atticus loses any and all badassedness and relies on others to solve all of his problems. Owen's parts were great and on their own would have been about a 4.5 to 5 star. But Granuaille's arc and her decision making in the end ruined her por...

    What an abysmal end to such a fun and once promising series. How did it devolve into so many pages of dogs talking about gravy, main characters wondering about whether vampires have boogers, and lengthy conversations with sloths? Considering this was the much led-up-to apocalypse, ...

    Woah! New guy on the cover. He no longer looks like Shaggy from Scooby Doo. ;) ...

    This was such a disappointment. I'd read all of Kevin Hearne's previous novels about Atticus and was heavily invested in the characters and the world they lived in. I realize ending a series is hard, but I felt like the plot was thin and rushed, it was as if he was over writing about A...

    Scourged is a great ending to a great series. There is a satisfying climax with everyone piling in. Every one gets their comeuppance. Lots of humour. Lots of gaia stuff. Significant character development. Basically, you will like Scourged if you liked the other Iron Druid books....

    Great series... But... I loved this series. Read it so many times. Then political aspects started to creep in. In this book alone we heard Granuaile speak of "the patriarchy" several times, and the final time in a place in a common situation, removing someone you care about from ha...

    Sadly the books no longer feel like the first 4-5. They've lost the magic quality that I so enjoyed. The whole dogs talking thing, which I'm sure people love, have become major passages of the book and distract from the loose plot. ...

    The audio opens with a recap of the series delivered by Oberon and gads Luke Daniels is such a gifted narrator. The story picks up right after events in Besieged and is broken up into three narratives as Atticus, Granuaile, and Owen each face battles during Ragnarok. A prophesied apoca...

    I give up on this series. 9 books in, the writing shouldn't be this amateurish and bland. The first half hour of the audiobook is dogs talking about sausage, and a fight scene in a bar a short while later reads like fanfiction. Plot lines for the series have been engaging enough, but I...

    Damn the series is ending! Damn this is the last book. Damn it WAS A REALLY GOOD BOOK! I am very sorry to see this series end but it ended well, wrapped up all the loose treads and didn't end like I expected, so that was a pleasant surprise. If I haven't talked you into reading the Iro...

    My son found these books for me. That?s when you know you raised them right! ? This is the last book in the series (unless we can convince Kevin Hearne to give us more). There are gods and goddesses from almost every mythology. The battles are epic! And like all truly amazing ba...

    3 1/2 It is hard to review this as it is a wrap up for the series and finishes up the Ragnarok overarc. I loved the ending. Some are really pissed at Granuaile, and I can see that. I started seeing her as pretty boring in Hunted and their relationship is not exactly love and devotion....

    I enjoyed most of this book. I did not enjoy the ending. It's been well established now for several books that Odin set things up to trigger Ragnarok and have others deal with it so his people would survive when they should have died. Atticus may believe himself responsible but it's...

  • Cyndi
    Jul 26, 2018

    This was a bit of a sad ending for a series which I have previously enjoyed very much. I liked some of it but wish the author had not gone for the three separate story lines. It really did not work and all I could think of was that the three Druids should have been there together for t...

    What a shitty ending! I was (view spoiler)[worried things between Atticus and Granuaile weren't going well and then this is what she does? Way to kick a guy when he's down. I know Atticus made a huge mistake with Freya, but people make mistakes! I hope he finds someone who'll be happy ...

    I'm amazed, satisfied, filled with humor and equal dismay. *wail* This is the end of the Iron Druid. The story of Atticus is done. *wail* Fortunately, this last book is a wildly good ride, featuring a better Hel and Loki from some movies we've seen, a Ragnarok with full pantheons...

    What the heck happened to this series? I've looked at the earlier books, and they're so good... Is Mr. Hearne even writing this? Has the person who's writing this read the earlier books? Where are the Gun wielding Draugar from book 5? Fand's rebellion, a MAIN hidden plot thread of a...

    And so it ends. For now at least. Kevin Hearne wraps up his very entertaining Iron Druid series nicely, binding together the myriad strands of myth, legend and urban fantasy that made this all so fun. Like all the others, Hearne?s underlying humor, some of it corny, was also in...

    WHAT A BITCH....... That is the main thought that is continually running through my mind as I sit here and think about the ending to this series. ***THERE ARE SPOILERS AHEAD.......Do not go on if you have not read the book****** Yes - the series had to end. Yes- the series ...

    As someone who loves every one of the Iron Druid series. This one was a disappointment. I felt like Kevin Hearne just wanted the series to end and didn't care how he did it. I know he says that 9 is a special number in irish mythology. I know that he wanted to move onto something new. ...

    Full review now posted! Original review can be found at Booknest. Rating: 4.5/5 stars Well, that?s it. After nine books, we?ve finally reached the end of the road. Reading this series has been among the most fun I?ve ever had reading. Hearne has spun a wonderful tale ...

    Let me start off by saying I can see what he was attempting to do here. When you have a nine book series hoping around the world all leading up to the end of the world, you're going to want to create and 'epic' finally bring in all the characters met along the way. Hearne just does a r...

    I award this book 1 billion wagging dog tails for a fulfilling, unexpected finale to what has been one of my favorite series. Some spoiler-y thoughts on "the Granuaile situation": (read at your own peril) (view spoiler)[I've read many reviews of people upset at Granuaile for b...

    A fun romp, with an ending like a punch in the gut. I miss these books so much already. ...

    I loved this series. I usually recommend it to anyone who will listen. Not any more. I cannot adequately describe how frustrated, angry, and *betrayed* I feel over the ending. I. HATE. IT. HATE!!! Oh, it's cleverly done. Everything was "fixed" in the end. It's all neat, tidy, an...

    I thoroughly enjoyed the Druid series but I am afraid Scourged left me cold. The final Ragnarok battle felt totally disjointed and jumbled. Whilst the main character did warrant some payback for some of his decisions in earlier books the various outcomes were at the same time unexpecte...

    I am so disappointed by this book. Like, incredibly so. Let me list the disappointments, with minor but minimal spoilers: Disappointment 1: The size. At the font size I was reading at, it was 248 pages long... including copyright, pronunciation guides, and all that. 250 pages for th...

    What a sad end to a series I generally liked! And by sad, I mean disappointing. This books throws every god/deity/mythological being into one big battle, which maybe would have been exciting if I wasn't so busy being bored and/or confused. I'm sure some, if not most of them, were 'show...

    This was an okay end to a pretty good series. Atticus loses any and all badassedness and relies on others to solve all of his problems. Owen's parts were great and on their own would have been about a 4.5 to 5 star. But Granuaille's arc and her decision making in the end ruined her por...

    What an abysmal end to such a fun and once promising series. How did it devolve into so many pages of dogs talking about gravy, main characters wondering about whether vampires have boogers, and lengthy conversations with sloths? Considering this was the much led-up-to apocalypse, ...

    Woah! New guy on the cover. He no longer looks like Shaggy from Scooby Doo. ;) ...

    This was such a disappointment. I'd read all of Kevin Hearne's previous novels about Atticus and was heavily invested in the characters and the world they lived in. I realize ending a series is hard, but I felt like the plot was thin and rushed, it was as if he was over writing about A...

    Scourged is a great ending to a great series. There is a satisfying climax with everyone piling in. Every one gets their comeuppance. Lots of humour. Lots of gaia stuff. Significant character development. Basically, you will like Scourged if you liked the other Iron Druid books....

    Great series... But... I loved this series. Read it so many times. Then political aspects started to creep in. In this book alone we heard Granuaile speak of "the patriarchy" several times, and the final time in a place in a common situation, removing someone you care about from ha...

    Sadly the books no longer feel like the first 4-5. They've lost the magic quality that I so enjoyed. The whole dogs talking thing, which I'm sure people love, have become major passages of the book and distract from the loose plot. ...

    The audio opens with a recap of the series delivered by Oberon and gads Luke Daniels is such a gifted narrator. The story picks up right after events in Besieged and is broken up into three narratives as Atticus, Granuaile, and Owen each face battles during Ragnarok. A prophesied apoca...

    I give up on this series. 9 books in, the writing shouldn't be this amateurish and bland. The first half hour of the audiobook is dogs talking about sausage, and a fight scene in a bar a short while later reads like fanfiction. Plot lines for the series have been engaging enough, but I...

    Damn the series is ending! Damn this is the last book. Damn it WAS A REALLY GOOD BOOK! I am very sorry to see this series end but it ended well, wrapped up all the loose treads and didn't end like I expected, so that was a pleasant surprise. If I haven't talked you into reading the Iro...

    My son found these books for me. That?s when you know you raised them right! ? This is the last book in the series (unless we can convince Kevin Hearne to give us more). There are gods and goddesses from almost every mythology. The battles are epic! And like all truly amazing ba...

  • Celeste
    May 12, 2018

    This was a bit of a sad ending for a series which I have previously enjoyed very much. I liked some of it but wish the author had not gone for the three separate story lines. It really did not work and all I could think of was that the three Druids should have been there together for t...

    What a shitty ending! I was (view spoiler)[worried things between Atticus and Granuaile weren't going well and then this is what she does? Way to kick a guy when he's down. I know Atticus made a huge mistake with Freya, but people make mistakes! I hope he finds someone who'll be happy ...

    I'm amazed, satisfied, filled with humor and equal dismay. *wail* This is the end of the Iron Druid. The story of Atticus is done. *wail* Fortunately, this last book is a wildly good ride, featuring a better Hel and Loki from some movies we've seen, a Ragnarok with full pantheons...

    What the heck happened to this series? I've looked at the earlier books, and they're so good... Is Mr. Hearne even writing this? Has the person who's writing this read the earlier books? Where are the Gun wielding Draugar from book 5? Fand's rebellion, a MAIN hidden plot thread of a...

    And so it ends. For now at least. Kevin Hearne wraps up his very entertaining Iron Druid series nicely, binding together the myriad strands of myth, legend and urban fantasy that made this all so fun. Like all the others, Hearne?s underlying humor, some of it corny, was also in...

    WHAT A BITCH....... That is the main thought that is continually running through my mind as I sit here and think about the ending to this series. ***THERE ARE SPOILERS AHEAD.......Do not go on if you have not read the book****** Yes - the series had to end. Yes- the series ...

    As someone who loves every one of the Iron Druid series. This one was a disappointment. I felt like Kevin Hearne just wanted the series to end and didn't care how he did it. I know he says that 9 is a special number in irish mythology. I know that he wanted to move onto something new. ...

    Full review now posted! Original review can be found at Booknest. Rating: 4.5/5 stars Well, that?s it. After nine books, we?ve finally reached the end of the road. Reading this series has been among the most fun I?ve ever had reading. Hearne has spun a wonderful tale ...

  • Holly
    May 25, 2018

    This was a bit of a sad ending for a series which I have previously enjoyed very much. I liked some of it but wish the author had not gone for the three separate story lines. It really did not work and all I could think of was that the three Druids should have been there together for t...

    What a shitty ending! I was (view spoiler)[worried things between Atticus and Granuaile weren't going well and then this is what she does? Way to kick a guy when he's down. I know Atticus made a huge mistake with Freya, but people make mistakes! I hope he finds someone who'll be happy ...

    I'm amazed, satisfied, filled with humor and equal dismay. *wail* This is the end of the Iron Druid. The story of Atticus is done. *wail* Fortunately, this last book is a wildly good ride, featuring a better Hel and Loki from some movies we've seen, a Ragnarok with full pantheons...

    What the heck happened to this series? I've looked at the earlier books, and they're so good... Is Mr. Hearne even writing this? Has the person who's writing this read the earlier books? Where are the Gun wielding Draugar from book 5? Fand's rebellion, a MAIN hidden plot thread of a...

    And so it ends. For now at least. Kevin Hearne wraps up his very entertaining Iron Druid series nicely, binding together the myriad strands of myth, legend and urban fantasy that made this all so fun. Like all the others, Hearne?s underlying humor, some of it corny, was also in...

    WHAT A BITCH....... That is the main thought that is continually running through my mind as I sit here and think about the ending to this series. ***THERE ARE SPOILERS AHEAD.......Do not go on if you have not read the book****** Yes - the series had to end. Yes- the series ...

    As someone who loves every one of the Iron Druid series. This one was a disappointment. I felt like Kevin Hearne just wanted the series to end and didn't care how he did it. I know he says that 9 is a special number in irish mythology. I know that he wanted to move onto something new. ...

    Full review now posted! Original review can be found at Booknest. Rating: 4.5/5 stars Well, that?s it. After nine books, we?ve finally reached the end of the road. Reading this series has been among the most fun I?ve ever had reading. Hearne has spun a wonderful tale ...

    Let me start off by saying I can see what he was attempting to do here. When you have a nine book series hoping around the world all leading up to the end of the world, you're going to want to create and 'epic' finally bring in all the characters met along the way. Hearne just does a r...

    I award this book 1 billion wagging dog tails for a fulfilling, unexpected finale to what has been one of my favorite series. Some spoiler-y thoughts on "the Granuaile situation": (read at your own peril) (view spoiler)[I've read many reviews of people upset at Granuaile for b...

    A fun romp, with an ending like a punch in the gut. I miss these books so much already. ...

    I loved this series. I usually recommend it to anyone who will listen. Not any more. I cannot adequately describe how frustrated, angry, and *betrayed* I feel over the ending. I. HATE. IT. HATE!!! Oh, it's cleverly done. Everything was "fixed" in the end. It's all neat, tidy, an...

    I thoroughly enjoyed the Druid series but I am afraid Scourged left me cold. The final Ragnarok battle felt totally disjointed and jumbled. Whilst the main character did warrant some payback for some of his decisions in earlier books the various outcomes were at the same time unexpecte...

    I am so disappointed by this book. Like, incredibly so. Let me list the disappointments, with minor but minimal spoilers: Disappointment 1: The size. At the font size I was reading at, it was 248 pages long... including copyright, pronunciation guides, and all that. 250 pages for th...

    What a sad end to a series I generally liked! And by sad, I mean disappointing. This books throws every god/deity/mythological being into one big battle, which maybe would have been exciting if I wasn't so busy being bored and/or confused. I'm sure some, if not most of them, were 'show...

  • Phrynne
    Apr 13, 2018

    This was a bit of a sad ending for a series which I have previously enjoyed very much. I liked some of it but wish the author had not gone for the three separate story lines. It really did not work and all I could think of was that the three Druids should have been there together for t...

  • Casey
    Apr 07, 2018

    This was a bit of a sad ending for a series which I have previously enjoyed very much. I liked some of it but wish the author had not gone for the three separate story lines. It really did not work and all I could think of was that the three Druids should have been there together for t...

    What a shitty ending! I was (view spoiler)[worried things between Atticus and Granuaile weren't going well and then this is what she does? Way to kick a guy when he's down. I know Atticus made a huge mistake with Freya, but people make mistakes! I hope he finds someone who'll be happy ...

    I'm amazed, satisfied, filled with humor and equal dismay. *wail* This is the end of the Iron Druid. The story of Atticus is done. *wail* Fortunately, this last book is a wildly good ride, featuring a better Hel and Loki from some movies we've seen, a Ragnarok with full pantheons...

    What the heck happened to this series? I've looked at the earlier books, and they're so good... Is Mr. Hearne even writing this? Has the person who's writing this read the earlier books? Where are the Gun wielding Draugar from book 5? Fand's rebellion, a MAIN hidden plot thread of a...

    And so it ends. For now at least. Kevin Hearne wraps up his very entertaining Iron Druid series nicely, binding together the myriad strands of myth, legend and urban fantasy that made this all so fun. Like all the others, Hearne?s underlying humor, some of it corny, was also in...

    WHAT A BITCH....... That is the main thought that is continually running through my mind as I sit here and think about the ending to this series. ***THERE ARE SPOILERS AHEAD.......Do not go on if you have not read the book****** Yes - the series had to end. Yes- the series ...

    As someone who loves every one of the Iron Druid series. This one was a disappointment. I felt like Kevin Hearne just wanted the series to end and didn't care how he did it. I know he says that 9 is a special number in irish mythology. I know that he wanted to move onto something new. ...

    Full review now posted! Original review can be found at Booknest. Rating: 4.5/5 stars Well, that?s it. After nine books, we?ve finally reached the end of the road. Reading this series has been among the most fun I?ve ever had reading. Hearne has spun a wonderful tale ...

    Let me start off by saying I can see what he was attempting to do here. When you have a nine book series hoping around the world all leading up to the end of the world, you're going to want to create and 'epic' finally bring in all the characters met along the way. Hearne just does a r...

    I award this book 1 billion wagging dog tails for a fulfilling, unexpected finale to what has been one of my favorite series. Some spoiler-y thoughts on "the Granuaile situation": (read at your own peril) (view spoiler)[I've read many reviews of people upset at Granuaile for b...

    A fun romp, with an ending like a punch in the gut. I miss these books so much already. ...

    I loved this series. I usually recommend it to anyone who will listen. Not any more. I cannot adequately describe how frustrated, angry, and *betrayed* I feel over the ending. I. HATE. IT. HATE!!! Oh, it's cleverly done. Everything was "fixed" in the end. It's all neat, tidy, an...

    I thoroughly enjoyed the Druid series but I am afraid Scourged left me cold. The final Ragnarok battle felt totally disjointed and jumbled. Whilst the main character did warrant some payback for some of his decisions in earlier books the various outcomes were at the same time unexpecte...

    I am so disappointed by this book. Like, incredibly so. Let me list the disappointments, with minor but minimal spoilers: Disappointment 1: The size. At the font size I was reading at, it was 248 pages long... including copyright, pronunciation guides, and all that. 250 pages for th...

    What a sad end to a series I generally liked! And by sad, I mean disappointing. This books throws every god/deity/mythological being into one big battle, which maybe would have been exciting if I wasn't so busy being bored and/or confused. I'm sure some, if not most of them, were 'show...

    This was an okay end to a pretty good series. Atticus loses any and all badassedness and relies on others to solve all of his problems. Owen's parts were great and on their own would have been about a 4.5 to 5 star. But Granuaille's arc and her decision making in the end ruined her por...

    What an abysmal end to such a fun and once promising series. How did it devolve into so many pages of dogs talking about gravy, main characters wondering about whether vampires have boogers, and lengthy conversations with sloths? Considering this was the much led-up-to apocalypse, ...

    Woah! New guy on the cover. He no longer looks like Shaggy from Scooby Doo. ;) ...

    This was such a disappointment. I'd read all of Kevin Hearne's previous novels about Atticus and was heavily invested in the characters and the world they lived in. I realize ending a series is hard, but I felt like the plot was thin and rushed, it was as if he was over writing about A...

    Scourged is a great ending to a great series. There is a satisfying climax with everyone piling in. Every one gets their comeuppance. Lots of humour. Lots of gaia stuff. Significant character development. Basically, you will like Scourged if you liked the other Iron Druid books....

    Great series... But... I loved this series. Read it so many times. Then political aspects started to creep in. In this book alone we heard Granuaile speak of "the patriarchy" several times, and the final time in a place in a common situation, removing someone you care about from ha...

    Sadly the books no longer feel like the first 4-5. They've lost the magic quality that I so enjoyed. The whole dogs talking thing, which I'm sure people love, have become major passages of the book and distract from the loose plot. ...

  • Brett
    Apr 03, 2018

    This was a bit of a sad ending for a series which I have previously enjoyed very much. I liked some of it but wish the author had not gone for the three separate story lines. It really did not work and all I could think of was that the three Druids should have been there together for t...

    What a shitty ending! I was (view spoiler)[worried things between Atticus and Granuaile weren't going well and then this is what she does? Way to kick a guy when he's down. I know Atticus made a huge mistake with Freya, but people make mistakes! I hope he finds someone who'll be happy ...

    I'm amazed, satisfied, filled with humor and equal dismay. *wail* This is the end of the Iron Druid. The story of Atticus is done. *wail* Fortunately, this last book is a wildly good ride, featuring a better Hel and Loki from some movies we've seen, a Ragnarok with full pantheons...

    What the heck happened to this series? I've looked at the earlier books, and they're so good... Is Mr. Hearne even writing this? Has the person who's writing this read the earlier books? Where are the Gun wielding Draugar from book 5? Fand's rebellion, a MAIN hidden plot thread of a...

    And so it ends. For now at least. Kevin Hearne wraps up his very entertaining Iron Druid series nicely, binding together the myriad strands of myth, legend and urban fantasy that made this all so fun. Like all the others, Hearne?s underlying humor, some of it corny, was also in...

    WHAT A BITCH....... That is the main thought that is continually running through my mind as I sit here and think about the ending to this series. ***THERE ARE SPOILERS AHEAD.......Do not go on if you have not read the book****** Yes - the series had to end. Yes- the series ...

    As someone who loves every one of the Iron Druid series. This one was a disappointment. I felt like Kevin Hearne just wanted the series to end and didn't care how he did it. I know he says that 9 is a special number in irish mythology. I know that he wanted to move onto something new. ...

  • Jessica
    Feb 27, 2017

    This was a bit of a sad ending for a series which I have previously enjoyed very much. I liked some of it but wish the author had not gone for the three separate story lines. It really did not work and all I could think of was that the three Druids should have been there together for t...

    What a shitty ending! I was (view spoiler)[worried things between Atticus and Granuaile weren't going well and then this is what she does? Way to kick a guy when he's down. I know Atticus made a huge mistake with Freya, but people make mistakes! I hope he finds someone who'll be happy ...

    I'm amazed, satisfied, filled with humor and equal dismay. *wail* This is the end of the Iron Druid. The story of Atticus is done. *wail* Fortunately, this last book is a wildly good ride, featuring a better Hel and Loki from some movies we've seen, a Ragnarok with full pantheons...

    What the heck happened to this series? I've looked at the earlier books, and they're so good... Is Mr. Hearne even writing this? Has the person who's writing this read the earlier books? Where are the Gun wielding Draugar from book 5? Fand's rebellion, a MAIN hidden plot thread of a...

    And so it ends. For now at least. Kevin Hearne wraps up his very entertaining Iron Druid series nicely, binding together the myriad strands of myth, legend and urban fantasy that made this all so fun. Like all the others, Hearne?s underlying humor, some of it corny, was also in...

    WHAT A BITCH....... That is the main thought that is continually running through my mind as I sit here and think about the ending to this series. ***THERE ARE SPOILERS AHEAD.......Do not go on if you have not read the book****** Yes - the series had to end. Yes- the series ...

    As someone who loves every one of the Iron Druid series. This one was a disappointment. I felt like Kevin Hearne just wanted the series to end and didn't care how he did it. I know he says that 9 is a special number in irish mythology. I know that he wanted to move onto something new. ...

    Full review now posted! Original review can be found at Booknest. Rating: 4.5/5 stars Well, that?s it. After nine books, we?ve finally reached the end of the road. Reading this series has been among the most fun I?ve ever had reading. Hearne has spun a wonderful tale ...

    Let me start off by saying I can see what he was attempting to do here. When you have a nine book series hoping around the world all leading up to the end of the world, you're going to want to create and 'epic' finally bring in all the characters met along the way. Hearne just does a r...

    I award this book 1 billion wagging dog tails for a fulfilling, unexpected finale to what has been one of my favorite series. Some spoiler-y thoughts on "the Granuaile situation": (read at your own peril) (view spoiler)[I've read many reviews of people upset at Granuaile for b...

  • Kristie
    Aug 22, 2017

    This was a bit of a sad ending for a series which I have previously enjoyed very much. I liked some of it but wish the author had not gone for the three separate story lines. It really did not work and all I could think of was that the three Druids should have been there together for t...

    What a shitty ending! I was (view spoiler)[worried things between Atticus and Granuaile weren't going well and then this is what she does? Way to kick a guy when he's down. I know Atticus made a huge mistake with Freya, but people make mistakes! I hope he finds someone who'll be happy ...

    I'm amazed, satisfied, filled with humor and equal dismay. *wail* This is the end of the Iron Druid. The story of Atticus is done. *wail* Fortunately, this last book is a wildly good ride, featuring a better Hel and Loki from some movies we've seen, a Ragnarok with full pantheons...

    What the heck happened to this series? I've looked at the earlier books, and they're so good... Is Mr. Hearne even writing this? Has the person who's writing this read the earlier books? Where are the Gun wielding Draugar from book 5? Fand's rebellion, a MAIN hidden plot thread of a...

    And so it ends. For now at least. Kevin Hearne wraps up his very entertaining Iron Druid series nicely, binding together the myriad strands of myth, legend and urban fantasy that made this all so fun. Like all the others, Hearne?s underlying humor, some of it corny, was also in...

    WHAT A BITCH....... That is the main thought that is continually running through my mind as I sit here and think about the ending to this series. ***THERE ARE SPOILERS AHEAD.......Do not go on if you have not read the book****** Yes - the series had to end. Yes- the series ...

    As someone who loves every one of the Iron Druid series. This one was a disappointment. I felt like Kevin Hearne just wanted the series to end and didn't care how he did it. I know he says that 9 is a special number in irish mythology. I know that he wanted to move onto something new. ...

    Full review now posted! Original review can be found at Booknest. Rating: 4.5/5 stars Well, that?s it. After nine books, we?ve finally reached the end of the road. Reading this series has been among the most fun I?ve ever had reading. Hearne has spun a wonderful tale ...

    Let me start off by saying I can see what he was attempting to do here. When you have a nine book series hoping around the world all leading up to the end of the world, you're going to want to create and 'epic' finally bring in all the characters met along the way. Hearne just does a r...

    I award this book 1 billion wagging dog tails for a fulfilling, unexpected finale to what has been one of my favorite series. Some spoiler-y thoughts on "the Granuaile situation": (read at your own peril) (view spoiler)[I've read many reviews of people upset at Granuaile for b...

    A fun romp, with an ending like a punch in the gut. I miss these books so much already. ...

    I loved this series. I usually recommend it to anyone who will listen. Not any more. I cannot adequately describe how frustrated, angry, and *betrayed* I feel over the ending. I. HATE. IT. HATE!!! Oh, it's cleverly done. Everything was "fixed" in the end. It's all neat, tidy, an...

    I thoroughly enjoyed the Druid series but I am afraid Scourged left me cold. The final Ragnarok battle felt totally disjointed and jumbled. Whilst the main character did warrant some payback for some of his decisions in earlier books the various outcomes were at the same time unexpecte...

    I am so disappointed by this book. Like, incredibly so. Let me list the disappointments, with minor but minimal spoilers: Disappointment 1: The size. At the font size I was reading at, it was 248 pages long... including copyright, pronunciation guides, and all that. 250 pages for th...

    What a sad end to a series I generally liked! And by sad, I mean disappointing. This books throws every god/deity/mythological being into one big battle, which maybe would have been exciting if I wasn't so busy being bored and/or confused. I'm sure some, if not most of them, were 'show...

    This was an okay end to a pretty good series. Atticus loses any and all badassedness and relies on others to solve all of his problems. Owen's parts were great and on their own would have been about a 4.5 to 5 star. But Granuaille's arc and her decision making in the end ruined her por...

    What an abysmal end to such a fun and once promising series. How did it devolve into so many pages of dogs talking about gravy, main characters wondering about whether vampires have boogers, and lengthy conversations with sloths? Considering this was the much led-up-to apocalypse, ...

    Woah! New guy on the cover. He no longer looks like Shaggy from Scooby Doo. ;) ...

  • Jason Fuller
    Apr 08, 2018

    This was a bit of a sad ending for a series which I have previously enjoyed very much. I liked some of it but wish the author had not gone for the three separate story lines. It really did not work and all I could think of was that the three Druids should have been there together for t...

    What a shitty ending! I was (view spoiler)[worried things between Atticus and Granuaile weren't going well and then this is what she does? Way to kick a guy when he's down. I know Atticus made a huge mistake with Freya, but people make mistakes! I hope he finds someone who'll be happy ...

    I'm amazed, satisfied, filled with humor and equal dismay. *wail* This is the end of the Iron Druid. The story of Atticus is done. *wail* Fortunately, this last book is a wildly good ride, featuring a better Hel and Loki from some movies we've seen, a Ragnarok with full pantheons...

    What the heck happened to this series? I've looked at the earlier books, and they're so good... Is Mr. Hearne even writing this? Has the person who's writing this read the earlier books? Where are the Gun wielding Draugar from book 5? Fand's rebellion, a MAIN hidden plot thread of a...

    And so it ends. For now at least. Kevin Hearne wraps up his very entertaining Iron Druid series nicely, binding together the myriad strands of myth, legend and urban fantasy that made this all so fun. Like all the others, Hearne?s underlying humor, some of it corny, was also in...

    WHAT A BITCH....... That is the main thought that is continually running through my mind as I sit here and think about the ending to this series. ***THERE ARE SPOILERS AHEAD.......Do not go on if you have not read the book****** Yes - the series had to end. Yes- the series ...

    As someone who loves every one of the Iron Druid series. This one was a disappointment. I felt like Kevin Hearne just wanted the series to end and didn't care how he did it. I know he says that 9 is a special number in irish mythology. I know that he wanted to move onto something new. ...

    Full review now posted! Original review can be found at Booknest. Rating: 4.5/5 stars Well, that?s it. After nine books, we?ve finally reached the end of the road. Reading this series has been among the most fun I?ve ever had reading. Hearne has spun a wonderful tale ...

    Let me start off by saying I can see what he was attempting to do here. When you have a nine book series hoping around the world all leading up to the end of the world, you're going to want to create and 'epic' finally bring in all the characters met along the way. Hearne just does a r...

    I award this book 1 billion wagging dog tails for a fulfilling, unexpected finale to what has been one of my favorite series. Some spoiler-y thoughts on "the Granuaile situation": (read at your own peril) (view spoiler)[I've read many reviews of people upset at Granuaile for b...

    A fun romp, with an ending like a punch in the gut. I miss these books so much already. ...

    I loved this series. I usually recommend it to anyone who will listen. Not any more. I cannot adequately describe how frustrated, angry, and *betrayed* I feel over the ending. I. HATE. IT. HATE!!! Oh, it's cleverly done. Everything was "fixed" in the end. It's all neat, tidy, an...

  • Joshua Gluck
    Apr 05, 2018

    This was a bit of a sad ending for a series which I have previously enjoyed very much. I liked some of it but wish the author had not gone for the three separate story lines. It really did not work and all I could think of was that the three Druids should have been there together for t...

    What a shitty ending! I was (view spoiler)[worried things between Atticus and Granuaile weren't going well and then this is what she does? Way to kick a guy when he's down. I know Atticus made a huge mistake with Freya, but people make mistakes! I hope he finds someone who'll be happy ...

    I'm amazed, satisfied, filled with humor and equal dismay. *wail* This is the end of the Iron Druid. The story of Atticus is done. *wail* Fortunately, this last book is a wildly good ride, featuring a better Hel and Loki from some movies we've seen, a Ragnarok with full pantheons...

    What the heck happened to this series? I've looked at the earlier books, and they're so good... Is Mr. Hearne even writing this? Has the person who's writing this read the earlier books? Where are the Gun wielding Draugar from book 5? Fand's rebellion, a MAIN hidden plot thread of a...

  • Kristine
    Apr 04, 2018

    This was a bit of a sad ending for a series which I have previously enjoyed very much. I liked some of it but wish the author had not gone for the three separate story lines. It really did not work and all I could think of was that the three Druids should have been there together for t...

    What a shitty ending! I was (view spoiler)[worried things between Atticus and Granuaile weren't going well and then this is what she does? Way to kick a guy when he's down. I know Atticus made a huge mistake with Freya, but people make mistakes! I hope he finds someone who'll be happy ...

    I'm amazed, satisfied, filled with humor and equal dismay. *wail* This is the end of the Iron Druid. The story of Atticus is done. *wail* Fortunately, this last book is a wildly good ride, featuring a better Hel and Loki from some movies we've seen, a Ragnarok with full pantheons...

    What the heck happened to this series? I've looked at the earlier books, and they're so good... Is Mr. Hearne even writing this? Has the person who's writing this read the earlier books? Where are the Gun wielding Draugar from book 5? Fand's rebellion, a MAIN hidden plot thread of a...

    And so it ends. For now at least. Kevin Hearne wraps up his very entertaining Iron Druid series nicely, binding together the myriad strands of myth, legend and urban fantasy that made this all so fun. Like all the others, Hearne?s underlying humor, some of it corny, was also in...

    WHAT A BITCH....... That is the main thought that is continually running through my mind as I sit here and think about the ending to this series. ***THERE ARE SPOILERS AHEAD.......Do not go on if you have not read the book****** Yes - the series had to end. Yes- the series ...

  • Timothy Boyd
    Jun 08, 2018

    This was a bit of a sad ending for a series which I have previously enjoyed very much. I liked some of it but wish the author had not gone for the three separate story lines. It really did not work and all I could think of was that the three Druids should have been there together for t...

    What a shitty ending! I was (view spoiler)[worried things between Atticus and Granuaile weren't going well and then this is what she does? Way to kick a guy when he's down. I know Atticus made a huge mistake with Freya, but people make mistakes! I hope he finds someone who'll be happy ...

    I'm amazed, satisfied, filled with humor and equal dismay. *wail* This is the end of the Iron Druid. The story of Atticus is done. *wail* Fortunately, this last book is a wildly good ride, featuring a better Hel and Loki from some movies we've seen, a Ragnarok with full pantheons...

    What the heck happened to this series? I've looked at the earlier books, and they're so good... Is Mr. Hearne even writing this? Has the person who's writing this read the earlier books? Where are the Gun wielding Draugar from book 5? Fand's rebellion, a MAIN hidden plot thread of a...

    And so it ends. For now at least. Kevin Hearne wraps up his very entertaining Iron Druid series nicely, binding together the myriad strands of myth, legend and urban fantasy that made this all so fun. Like all the others, Hearne?s underlying humor, some of it corny, was also in...

    WHAT A BITCH....... That is the main thought that is continually running through my mind as I sit here and think about the ending to this series. ***THERE ARE SPOILERS AHEAD.......Do not go on if you have not read the book****** Yes - the series had to end. Yes- the series ...

    As someone who loves every one of the Iron Druid series. This one was a disappointment. I felt like Kevin Hearne just wanted the series to end and didn't care how he did it. I know he says that 9 is a special number in irish mythology. I know that he wanted to move onto something new. ...

    Full review now posted! Original review can be found at Booknest. Rating: 4.5/5 stars Well, that?s it. After nine books, we?ve finally reached the end of the road. Reading this series has been among the most fun I?ve ever had reading. Hearne has spun a wonderful tale ...

    Let me start off by saying I can see what he was attempting to do here. When you have a nine book series hoping around the world all leading up to the end of the world, you're going to want to create and 'epic' finally bring in all the characters met along the way. Hearne just does a r...

    I award this book 1 billion wagging dog tails for a fulfilling, unexpected finale to what has been one of my favorite series. Some spoiler-y thoughts on "the Granuaile situation": (read at your own peril) (view spoiler)[I've read many reviews of people upset at Granuaile for b...

    A fun romp, with an ending like a punch in the gut. I miss these books so much already. ...

    I loved this series. I usually recommend it to anyone who will listen. Not any more. I cannot adequately describe how frustrated, angry, and *betrayed* I feel over the ending. I. HATE. IT. HATE!!! Oh, it's cleverly done. Everything was "fixed" in the end. It's all neat, tidy, an...

    I thoroughly enjoyed the Druid series but I am afraid Scourged left me cold. The final Ragnarok battle felt totally disjointed and jumbled. Whilst the main character did warrant some payback for some of his decisions in earlier books the various outcomes were at the same time unexpecte...

    I am so disappointed by this book. Like, incredibly so. Let me list the disappointments, with minor but minimal spoilers: Disappointment 1: The size. At the font size I was reading at, it was 248 pages long... including copyright, pronunciation guides, and all that. 250 pages for th...

    What a sad end to a series I generally liked! And by sad, I mean disappointing. This books throws every god/deity/mythological being into one big battle, which maybe would have been exciting if I wasn't so busy being bored and/or confused. I'm sure some, if not most of them, were 'show...

    This was an okay end to a pretty good series. Atticus loses any and all badassedness and relies on others to solve all of his problems. Owen's parts were great and on their own would have been about a 4.5 to 5 star. But Granuaille's arc and her decision making in the end ruined her por...

    What an abysmal end to such a fun and once promising series. How did it devolve into so many pages of dogs talking about gravy, main characters wondering about whether vampires have boogers, and lengthy conversations with sloths? Considering this was the much led-up-to apocalypse, ...

    Woah! New guy on the cover. He no longer looks like Shaggy from Scooby Doo. ;) ...

    This was such a disappointment. I'd read all of Kevin Hearne's previous novels about Atticus and was heavily invested in the characters and the world they lived in. I realize ending a series is hard, but I felt like the plot was thin and rushed, it was as if he was over writing about A...

    Scourged is a great ending to a great series. There is a satisfying climax with everyone piling in. Every one gets their comeuppance. Lots of humour. Lots of gaia stuff. Significant character development. Basically, you will like Scourged if you liked the other Iron Druid books....

    Great series... But... I loved this series. Read it so many times. Then political aspects started to creep in. In this book alone we heard Granuaile speak of "the patriarchy" several times, and the final time in a place in a common situation, removing someone you care about from ha...

    Sadly the books no longer feel like the first 4-5. They've lost the magic quality that I so enjoyed. The whole dogs talking thing, which I'm sure people love, have become major passages of the book and distract from the loose plot. ...

    The audio opens with a recap of the series delivered by Oberon and gads Luke Daniels is such a gifted narrator. The story picks up right after events in Besieged and is broken up into three narratives as Atticus, Granuaile, and Owen each face battles during Ragnarok. A prophesied apoca...

    I give up on this series. 9 books in, the writing shouldn't be this amateurish and bland. The first half hour of the audiobook is dogs talking about sausage, and a fight scene in a bar a short while later reads like fanfiction. Plot lines for the series have been engaging enough, but I...

    Damn the series is ending! Damn this is the last book. Damn it WAS A REALLY GOOD BOOK! I am very sorry to see this series end but it ended well, wrapped up all the loose treads and didn't end like I expected, so that was a pleasant surprise. If I haven't talked you into reading the Iro...

  • Andrej
    Apr 09, 2018

    This was a bit of a sad ending for a series which I have previously enjoyed very much. I liked some of it but wish the author had not gone for the three separate story lines. It really did not work and all I could think of was that the three Druids should have been there together for t...

    What a shitty ending! I was (view spoiler)[worried things between Atticus and Granuaile weren't going well and then this is what she does? Way to kick a guy when he's down. I know Atticus made a huge mistake with Freya, but people make mistakes! I hope he finds someone who'll be happy ...

    I'm amazed, satisfied, filled with humor and equal dismay. *wail* This is the end of the Iron Druid. The story of Atticus is done. *wail* Fortunately, this last book is a wildly good ride, featuring a better Hel and Loki from some movies we've seen, a Ragnarok with full pantheons...

    What the heck happened to this series? I've looked at the earlier books, and they're so good... Is Mr. Hearne even writing this? Has the person who's writing this read the earlier books? Where are the Gun wielding Draugar from book 5? Fand's rebellion, a MAIN hidden plot thread of a...

    And so it ends. For now at least. Kevin Hearne wraps up his very entertaining Iron Druid series nicely, binding together the myriad strands of myth, legend and urban fantasy that made this all so fun. Like all the others, Hearne?s underlying humor, some of it corny, was also in...

    WHAT A BITCH....... That is the main thought that is continually running through my mind as I sit here and think about the ending to this series. ***THERE ARE SPOILERS AHEAD.......Do not go on if you have not read the book****** Yes - the series had to end. Yes- the series ...

    As someone who loves every one of the Iron Druid series. This one was a disappointment. I felt like Kevin Hearne just wanted the series to end and didn't care how he did it. I know he says that 9 is a special number in irish mythology. I know that he wanted to move onto something new. ...

    Full review now posted! Original review can be found at Booknest. Rating: 4.5/5 stars Well, that?s it. After nine books, we?ve finally reached the end of the road. Reading this series has been among the most fun I?ve ever had reading. Hearne has spun a wonderful tale ...

    Let me start off by saying I can see what he was attempting to do here. When you have a nine book series hoping around the world all leading up to the end of the world, you're going to want to create and 'epic' finally bring in all the characters met along the way. Hearne just does a r...

    I award this book 1 billion wagging dog tails for a fulfilling, unexpected finale to what has been one of my favorite series. Some spoiler-y thoughts on "the Granuaile situation": (read at your own peril) (view spoiler)[I've read many reviews of people upset at Granuaile for b...

    A fun romp, with an ending like a punch in the gut. I miss these books so much already. ...

    I loved this series. I usually recommend it to anyone who will listen. Not any more. I cannot adequately describe how frustrated, angry, and *betrayed* I feel over the ending. I. HATE. IT. HATE!!! Oh, it's cleverly done. Everything was "fixed" in the end. It's all neat, tidy, an...

    I thoroughly enjoyed the Druid series but I am afraid Scourged left me cold. The final Ragnarok battle felt totally disjointed and jumbled. Whilst the main character did warrant some payback for some of his decisions in earlier books the various outcomes were at the same time unexpecte...

    I am so disappointed by this book. Like, incredibly so. Let me list the disappointments, with minor but minimal spoilers: Disappointment 1: The size. At the font size I was reading at, it was 248 pages long... including copyright, pronunciation guides, and all that. 250 pages for th...

    What a sad end to a series I generally liked! And by sad, I mean disappointing. This books throws every god/deity/mythological being into one big battle, which maybe would have been exciting if I wasn't so busy being bored and/or confused. I'm sure some, if not most of them, were 'show...

    This was an okay end to a pretty good series. Atticus loses any and all badassedness and relies on others to solve all of his problems. Owen's parts were great and on their own would have been about a 4.5 to 5 star. But Granuaille's arc and her decision making in the end ruined her por...

    What an abysmal end to such a fun and once promising series. How did it devolve into so many pages of dogs talking about gravy, main characters wondering about whether vampires have boogers, and lengthy conversations with sloths? Considering this was the much led-up-to apocalypse, ...

    Woah! New guy on the cover. He no longer looks like Shaggy from Scooby Doo. ;) ...

    This was such a disappointment. I'd read all of Kevin Hearne's previous novels about Atticus and was heavily invested in the characters and the world they lived in. I realize ending a series is hard, but I felt like the plot was thin and rushed, it was as if he was over writing about A...

    Scourged is a great ending to a great series. There is a satisfying climax with everyone piling in. Every one gets their comeuppance. Lots of humour. Lots of gaia stuff. Significant character development. Basically, you will like Scourged if you liked the other Iron Druid books....

    Great series... But... I loved this series. Read it so many times. Then political aspects started to creep in. In this book alone we heard Granuaile speak of "the patriarchy" several times, and the final time in a place in a common situation, removing someone you care about from ha...

    Sadly the books no longer feel like the first 4-5. They've lost the magic quality that I so enjoyed. The whole dogs talking thing, which I'm sure people love, have become major passages of the book and distract from the loose plot. ...

    The audio opens with a recap of the series delivered by Oberon and gads Luke Daniels is such a gifted narrator. The story picks up right after events in Besieged and is broken up into three narratives as Atticus, Granuaile, and Owen each face battles during Ragnarok. A prophesied apoca...

    I give up on this series. 9 books in, the writing shouldn't be this amateurish and bland. The first half hour of the audiobook is dogs talking about sausage, and a fight scene in a bar a short while later reads like fanfiction. Plot lines for the series have been engaging enough, but I...

    Damn the series is ending! Damn this is the last book. Damn it WAS A REALLY GOOD BOOK! I am very sorry to see this series end but it ended well, wrapped up all the loose treads and didn't end like I expected, so that was a pleasant surprise. If I haven't talked you into reading the Iro...

    My son found these books for me. That?s when you know you raised them right! ? This is the last book in the series (unless we can convince Kevin Hearne to give us more). There are gods and goddesses from almost every mythology. The battles are epic! And like all truly amazing ba...

    3 1/2 It is hard to review this as it is a wrap up for the series and finishes up the Ragnarok overarc. I loved the ending. Some are really pissed at Granuaile, and I can see that. I started seeing her as pretty boring in Hunted and their relationship is not exactly love and devotion....

    I enjoyed most of this book. I did not enjoy the ending. It's been well established now for several books that Odin set things up to trigger Ragnarok and have others deal with it so his people would survive when they should have died. Atticus may believe himself responsible but it's...

    Congratulations Kevin for ruining the series with this last book. ...

  • Chris Theofilos
    Apr 03, 2018

    This was a bit of a sad ending for a series which I have previously enjoyed very much. I liked some of it but wish the author had not gone for the three separate story lines. It really did not work and all I could think of was that the three Druids should have been there together for t...

    What a shitty ending! I was (view spoiler)[worried things between Atticus and Granuaile weren't going well and then this is what she does? Way to kick a guy when he's down. I know Atticus made a huge mistake with Freya, but people make mistakes! I hope he finds someone who'll be happy ...

    I'm amazed, satisfied, filled with humor and equal dismay. *wail* This is the end of the Iron Druid. The story of Atticus is done. *wail* Fortunately, this last book is a wildly good ride, featuring a better Hel and Loki from some movies we've seen, a Ragnarok with full pantheons...

    What the heck happened to this series? I've looked at the earlier books, and they're so good... Is Mr. Hearne even writing this? Has the person who's writing this read the earlier books? Where are the Gun wielding Draugar from book 5? Fand's rebellion, a MAIN hidden plot thread of a...

    And so it ends. For now at least. Kevin Hearne wraps up his very entertaining Iron Druid series nicely, binding together the myriad strands of myth, legend and urban fantasy that made this all so fun. Like all the others, Hearne?s underlying humor, some of it corny, was also in...

    WHAT A BITCH....... That is the main thought that is continually running through my mind as I sit here and think about the ending to this series. ***THERE ARE SPOILERS AHEAD.......Do not go on if you have not read the book****** Yes - the series had to end. Yes- the series ...

    As someone who loves every one of the Iron Druid series. This one was a disappointment. I felt like Kevin Hearne just wanted the series to end and didn't care how he did it. I know he says that 9 is a special number in irish mythology. I know that he wanted to move onto something new. ...

    Full review now posted! Original review can be found at Booknest. Rating: 4.5/5 stars Well, that?s it. After nine books, we?ve finally reached the end of the road. Reading this series has been among the most fun I?ve ever had reading. Hearne has spun a wonderful tale ...

    Let me start off by saying I can see what he was attempting to do here. When you have a nine book series hoping around the world all leading up to the end of the world, you're going to want to create and 'epic' finally bring in all the characters met along the way. Hearne just does a r...

    I award this book 1 billion wagging dog tails for a fulfilling, unexpected finale to what has been one of my favorite series. Some spoiler-y thoughts on "the Granuaile situation": (read at your own peril) (view spoiler)[I've read many reviews of people upset at Granuaile for b...

    A fun romp, with an ending like a punch in the gut. I miss these books so much already. ...

    I loved this series. I usually recommend it to anyone who will listen. Not any more. I cannot adequately describe how frustrated, angry, and *betrayed* I feel over the ending. I. HATE. IT. HATE!!! Oh, it's cleverly done. Everything was "fixed" in the end. It's all neat, tidy, an...

    I thoroughly enjoyed the Druid series but I am afraid Scourged left me cold. The final Ragnarok battle felt totally disjointed and jumbled. Whilst the main character did warrant some payback for some of his decisions in earlier books the various outcomes were at the same time unexpecte...

    I am so disappointed by this book. Like, incredibly so. Let me list the disappointments, with minor but minimal spoilers: Disappointment 1: The size. At the font size I was reading at, it was 248 pages long... including copyright, pronunciation guides, and all that. 250 pages for th...

    What a sad end to a series I generally liked! And by sad, I mean disappointing. This books throws every god/deity/mythological being into one big battle, which maybe would have been exciting if I wasn't so busy being bored and/or confused. I'm sure some, if not most of them, were 'show...

    This was an okay end to a pretty good series. Atticus loses any and all badassedness and relies on others to solve all of his problems. Owen's parts were great and on their own would have been about a 4.5 to 5 star. But Granuaille's arc and her decision making in the end ruined her por...

  • Odin Yggr
    Apr 08, 2018

    This was a bit of a sad ending for a series which I have previously enjoyed very much. I liked some of it but wish the author had not gone for the three separate story lines. It really did not work and all I could think of was that the three Druids should have been there together for t...

    What a shitty ending! I was (view spoiler)[worried things between Atticus and Granuaile weren't going well and then this is what she does? Way to kick a guy when he's down. I know Atticus made a huge mistake with Freya, but people make mistakes! I hope he finds someone who'll be happy ...

    I'm amazed, satisfied, filled with humor and equal dismay. *wail* This is the end of the Iron Druid. The story of Atticus is done. *wail* Fortunately, this last book is a wildly good ride, featuring a better Hel and Loki from some movies we've seen, a Ragnarok with full pantheons...

    What the heck happened to this series? I've looked at the earlier books, and they're so good... Is Mr. Hearne even writing this? Has the person who's writing this read the earlier books? Where are the Gun wielding Draugar from book 5? Fand's rebellion, a MAIN hidden plot thread of a...

    And so it ends. For now at least. Kevin Hearne wraps up his very entertaining Iron Druid series nicely, binding together the myriad strands of myth, legend and urban fantasy that made this all so fun. Like all the others, Hearne?s underlying humor, some of it corny, was also in...

    WHAT A BITCH....... That is the main thought that is continually running through my mind as I sit here and think about the ending to this series. ***THERE ARE SPOILERS AHEAD.......Do not go on if you have not read the book****** Yes - the series had to end. Yes- the series ...

    As someone who loves every one of the Iron Druid series. This one was a disappointment. I felt like Kevin Hearne just wanted the series to end and didn't care how he did it. I know he says that 9 is a special number in irish mythology. I know that he wanted to move onto something new. ...

    Full review now posted! Original review can be found at Booknest. Rating: 4.5/5 stars Well, that?s it. After nine books, we?ve finally reached the end of the road. Reading this series has been among the most fun I?ve ever had reading. Hearne has spun a wonderful tale ...

    Let me start off by saying I can see what he was attempting to do here. When you have a nine book series hoping around the world all leading up to the end of the world, you're going to want to create and 'epic' finally bring in all the characters met along the way. Hearne just does a r...

    I award this book 1 billion wagging dog tails for a fulfilling, unexpected finale to what has been one of my favorite series. Some spoiler-y thoughts on "the Granuaile situation": (read at your own peril) (view spoiler)[I've read many reviews of people upset at Granuaile for b...

    A fun romp, with an ending like a punch in the gut. I miss these books so much already. ...

    I loved this series. I usually recommend it to anyone who will listen. Not any more. I cannot adequately describe how frustrated, angry, and *betrayed* I feel over the ending. I. HATE. IT. HATE!!! Oh, it's cleverly done. Everything was "fixed" in the end. It's all neat, tidy, an...

    I thoroughly enjoyed the Druid series but I am afraid Scourged left me cold. The final Ragnarok battle felt totally disjointed and jumbled. Whilst the main character did warrant some payback for some of his decisions in earlier books the various outcomes were at the same time unexpecte...

    I am so disappointed by this book. Like, incredibly so. Let me list the disappointments, with minor but minimal spoilers: Disappointment 1: The size. At the font size I was reading at, it was 248 pages long... including copyright, pronunciation guides, and all that. 250 pages for th...

    What a sad end to a series I generally liked! And by sad, I mean disappointing. This books throws every god/deity/mythological being into one big battle, which maybe would have been exciting if I wasn't so busy being bored and/or confused. I'm sure some, if not most of them, were 'show...

    This was an okay end to a pretty good series. Atticus loses any and all badassedness and relies on others to solve all of his problems. Owen's parts were great and on their own would have been about a 4.5 to 5 star. But Granuaille's arc and her decision making in the end ruined her por...

    What an abysmal end to such a fun and once promising series. How did it devolve into so many pages of dogs talking about gravy, main characters wondering about whether vampires have boogers, and lengthy conversations with sloths? Considering this was the much led-up-to apocalypse, ...

    Woah! New guy on the cover. He no longer looks like Shaggy from Scooby Doo. ;) ...

    This was such a disappointment. I'd read all of Kevin Hearne's previous novels about Atticus and was heavily invested in the characters and the world they lived in. I realize ending a series is hard, but I felt like the plot was thin and rushed, it was as if he was over writing about A...

    Scourged is a great ending to a great series. There is a satisfying climax with everyone piling in. Every one gets their comeuppance. Lots of humour. Lots of gaia stuff. Significant character development. Basically, you will like Scourged if you liked the other Iron Druid books....

    Great series... But... I loved this series. Read it so many times. Then political aspects started to creep in. In this book alone we heard Granuaile speak of "the patriarchy" several times, and the final time in a place in a common situation, removing someone you care about from ha...

  • Chris Evans
    Apr 04, 2018

    This was a bit of a sad ending for a series which I have previously enjoyed very much. I liked some of it but wish the author had not gone for the three separate story lines. It really did not work and all I could think of was that the three Druids should have been there together for t...

    What a shitty ending! I was (view spoiler)[worried things between Atticus and Granuaile weren't going well and then this is what she does? Way to kick a guy when he's down. I know Atticus made a huge mistake with Freya, but people make mistakes! I hope he finds someone who'll be happy ...

    I'm amazed, satisfied, filled with humor and equal dismay. *wail* This is the end of the Iron Druid. The story of Atticus is done. *wail* Fortunately, this last book is a wildly good ride, featuring a better Hel and Loki from some movies we've seen, a Ragnarok with full pantheons...

    What the heck happened to this series? I've looked at the earlier books, and they're so good... Is Mr. Hearne even writing this? Has the person who's writing this read the earlier books? Where are the Gun wielding Draugar from book 5? Fand's rebellion, a MAIN hidden plot thread of a...

    And so it ends. For now at least. Kevin Hearne wraps up his very entertaining Iron Druid series nicely, binding together the myriad strands of myth, legend and urban fantasy that made this all so fun. Like all the others, Hearne?s underlying humor, some of it corny, was also in...

    WHAT A BITCH....... That is the main thought that is continually running through my mind as I sit here and think about the ending to this series. ***THERE ARE SPOILERS AHEAD.......Do not go on if you have not read the book****** Yes - the series had to end. Yes- the series ...

    As someone who loves every one of the Iron Druid series. This one was a disappointment. I felt like Kevin Hearne just wanted the series to end and didn't care how he did it. I know he says that 9 is a special number in irish mythology. I know that he wanted to move onto something new. ...

    Full review now posted! Original review can be found at Booknest. Rating: 4.5/5 stars Well, that?s it. After nine books, we?ve finally reached the end of the road. Reading this series has been among the most fun I?ve ever had reading. Hearne has spun a wonderful tale ...

    Let me start off by saying I can see what he was attempting to do here. When you have a nine book series hoping around the world all leading up to the end of the world, you're going to want to create and 'epic' finally bring in all the characters met along the way. Hearne just does a r...

  • Peter Larson
    Apr 03, 2018

    This was a bit of a sad ending for a series which I have previously enjoyed very much. I liked some of it but wish the author had not gone for the three separate story lines. It really did not work and all I could think of was that the three Druids should have been there together for t...

    What a shitty ending! I was (view spoiler)[worried things between Atticus and Granuaile weren't going well and then this is what she does? Way to kick a guy when he's down. I know Atticus made a huge mistake with Freya, but people make mistakes! I hope he finds someone who'll be happy ...

    I'm amazed, satisfied, filled with humor and equal dismay. *wail* This is the end of the Iron Druid. The story of Atticus is done. *wail* Fortunately, this last book is a wildly good ride, featuring a better Hel and Loki from some movies we've seen, a Ragnarok with full pantheons...

    What the heck happened to this series? I've looked at the earlier books, and they're so good... Is Mr. Hearne even writing this? Has the person who's writing this read the earlier books? Where are the Gun wielding Draugar from book 5? Fand's rebellion, a MAIN hidden plot thread of a...

    And so it ends. For now at least. Kevin Hearne wraps up his very entertaining Iron Druid series nicely, binding together the myriad strands of myth, legend and urban fantasy that made this all so fun. Like all the others, Hearne?s underlying humor, some of it corny, was also in...

    WHAT A BITCH....... That is the main thought that is continually running through my mind as I sit here and think about the ending to this series. ***THERE ARE SPOILERS AHEAD.......Do not go on if you have not read the book****** Yes - the series had to end. Yes- the series ...

    As someone who loves every one of the Iron Druid series. This one was a disappointment. I felt like Kevin Hearne just wanted the series to end and didn't care how he did it. I know he says that 9 is a special number in irish mythology. I know that he wanted to move onto something new. ...

    Full review now posted! Original review can be found at Booknest. Rating: 4.5/5 stars Well, that?s it. After nine books, we?ve finally reached the end of the road. Reading this series has been among the most fun I?ve ever had reading. Hearne has spun a wonderful tale ...

    Let me start off by saying I can see what he was attempting to do here. When you have a nine book series hoping around the world all leading up to the end of the world, you're going to want to create and 'epic' finally bring in all the characters met along the way. Hearne just does a r...

    I award this book 1 billion wagging dog tails for a fulfilling, unexpected finale to what has been one of my favorite series. Some spoiler-y thoughts on "the Granuaile situation": (read at your own peril) (view spoiler)[I've read many reviews of people upset at Granuaile for b...

    A fun romp, with an ending like a punch in the gut. I miss these books so much already. ...

    I loved this series. I usually recommend it to anyone who will listen. Not any more. I cannot adequately describe how frustrated, angry, and *betrayed* I feel over the ending. I. HATE. IT. HATE!!! Oh, it's cleverly done. Everything was "fixed" in the end. It's all neat, tidy, an...

    I thoroughly enjoyed the Druid series but I am afraid Scourged left me cold. The final Ragnarok battle felt totally disjointed and jumbled. Whilst the main character did warrant some payback for some of his decisions in earlier books the various outcomes were at the same time unexpecte...

    I am so disappointed by this book. Like, incredibly so. Let me list the disappointments, with minor but minimal spoilers: Disappointment 1: The size. At the font size I was reading at, it was 248 pages long... including copyright, pronunciation guides, and all that. 250 pages for th...

    What a sad end to a series I generally liked! And by sad, I mean disappointing. This books throws every god/deity/mythological being into one big battle, which maybe would have been exciting if I wasn't so busy being bored and/or confused. I'm sure some, if not most of them, were 'show...

    This was an okay end to a pretty good series. Atticus loses any and all badassedness and relies on others to solve all of his problems. Owen's parts were great and on their own would have been about a 4.5 to 5 star. But Granuaille's arc and her decision making in the end ruined her por...

    What an abysmal end to such a fun and once promising series. How did it devolve into so many pages of dogs talking about gravy, main characters wondering about whether vampires have boogers, and lengthy conversations with sloths? Considering this was the much led-up-to apocalypse, ...

    Woah! New guy on the cover. He no longer looks like Shaggy from Scooby Doo. ;) ...

    This was such a disappointment. I'd read all of Kevin Hearne's previous novels about Atticus and was heavily invested in the characters and the world they lived in. I realize ending a series is hard, but I felt like the plot was thin and rushed, it was as if he was over writing about A...

    Scourged is a great ending to a great series. There is a satisfying climax with everyone piling in. Every one gets their comeuppance. Lots of humour. Lots of gaia stuff. Significant character development. Basically, you will like Scourged if you liked the other Iron Druid books....

    Great series... But... I loved this series. Read it so many times. Then political aspects started to creep in. In this book alone we heard Granuaile speak of "the patriarchy" several times, and the final time in a place in a common situation, removing someone you care about from ha...

    Sadly the books no longer feel like the first 4-5. They've lost the magic quality that I so enjoyed. The whole dogs talking thing, which I'm sure people love, have become major passages of the book and distract from the loose plot. ...

    The audio opens with a recap of the series delivered by Oberon and gads Luke Daniels is such a gifted narrator. The story picks up right after events in Besieged and is broken up into three narratives as Atticus, Granuaile, and Owen each face battles during Ragnarok. A prophesied apoca...

    I give up on this series. 9 books in, the writing shouldn't be this amateurish and bland. The first half hour of the audiobook is dogs talking about sausage, and a fight scene in a bar a short while later reads like fanfiction. Plot lines for the series have been engaging enough, but I...

  • Martin Kubát
    Apr 04, 2018

    This was a bit of a sad ending for a series which I have previously enjoyed very much. I liked some of it but wish the author had not gone for the three separate story lines. It really did not work and all I could think of was that the three Druids should have been there together for t...

    What a shitty ending! I was (view spoiler)[worried things between Atticus and Granuaile weren't going well and then this is what she does? Way to kick a guy when he's down. I know Atticus made a huge mistake with Freya, but people make mistakes! I hope he finds someone who'll be happy ...

    I'm amazed, satisfied, filled with humor and equal dismay. *wail* This is the end of the Iron Druid. The story of Atticus is done. *wail* Fortunately, this last book is a wildly good ride, featuring a better Hel and Loki from some movies we've seen, a Ragnarok with full pantheons...

    What the heck happened to this series? I've looked at the earlier books, and they're so good... Is Mr. Hearne even writing this? Has the person who's writing this read the earlier books? Where are the Gun wielding Draugar from book 5? Fand's rebellion, a MAIN hidden plot thread of a...

    And so it ends. For now at least. Kevin Hearne wraps up his very entertaining Iron Druid series nicely, binding together the myriad strands of myth, legend and urban fantasy that made this all so fun. Like all the others, Hearne?s underlying humor, some of it corny, was also in...

    WHAT A BITCH....... That is the main thought that is continually running through my mind as I sit here and think about the ending to this series. ***THERE ARE SPOILERS AHEAD.......Do not go on if you have not read the book****** Yes - the series had to end. Yes- the series ...

    As someone who loves every one of the Iron Druid series. This one was a disappointment. I felt like Kevin Hearne just wanted the series to end and didn't care how he did it. I know he says that 9 is a special number in irish mythology. I know that he wanted to move onto something new. ...

    Full review now posted! Original review can be found at Booknest. Rating: 4.5/5 stars Well, that?s it. After nine books, we?ve finally reached the end of the road. Reading this series has been among the most fun I?ve ever had reading. Hearne has spun a wonderful tale ...

    Let me start off by saying I can see what he was attempting to do here. When you have a nine book series hoping around the world all leading up to the end of the world, you're going to want to create and 'epic' finally bring in all the characters met along the way. Hearne just does a r...

    I award this book 1 billion wagging dog tails for a fulfilling, unexpected finale to what has been one of my favorite series. Some spoiler-y thoughts on "the Granuaile situation": (read at your own peril) (view spoiler)[I've read many reviews of people upset at Granuaile for b...

    A fun romp, with an ending like a punch in the gut. I miss these books so much already. ...

    I loved this series. I usually recommend it to anyone who will listen. Not any more. I cannot adequately describe how frustrated, angry, and *betrayed* I feel over the ending. I. HATE. IT. HATE!!! Oh, it's cleverly done. Everything was "fixed" in the end. It's all neat, tidy, an...

    I thoroughly enjoyed the Druid series but I am afraid Scourged left me cold. The final Ragnarok battle felt totally disjointed and jumbled. Whilst the main character did warrant some payback for some of his decisions in earlier books the various outcomes were at the same time unexpecte...

    I am so disappointed by this book. Like, incredibly so. Let me list the disappointments, with minor but minimal spoilers: Disappointment 1: The size. At the font size I was reading at, it was 248 pages long... including copyright, pronunciation guides, and all that. 250 pages for th...

    What a sad end to a series I generally liked! And by sad, I mean disappointing. This books throws every god/deity/mythological being into one big battle, which maybe would have been exciting if I wasn't so busy being bored and/or confused. I'm sure some, if not most of them, were 'show...

    This was an okay end to a pretty good series. Atticus loses any and all badassedness and relies on others to solve all of his problems. Owen's parts were great and on their own would have been about a 4.5 to 5 star. But Granuaille's arc and her decision making in the end ruined her por...

    What an abysmal end to such a fun and once promising series. How did it devolve into so many pages of dogs talking about gravy, main characters wondering about whether vampires have boogers, and lengthy conversations with sloths? Considering this was the much led-up-to apocalypse, ...

    Woah! New guy on the cover. He no longer looks like Shaggy from Scooby Doo. ;) ...

    This was such a disappointment. I'd read all of Kevin Hearne's previous novels about Atticus and was heavily invested in the characters and the world they lived in. I realize ending a series is hard, but I felt like the plot was thin and rushed, it was as if he was over writing about A...

    Scourged is a great ending to a great series. There is a satisfying climax with everyone piling in. Every one gets their comeuppance. Lots of humour. Lots of gaia stuff. Significant character development. Basically, you will like Scourged if you liked the other Iron Druid books....

    Great series... But... I loved this series. Read it so many times. Then political aspects started to creep in. In this book alone we heard Granuaile speak of "the patriarchy" several times, and the final time in a place in a common situation, removing someone you care about from ha...

    Sadly the books no longer feel like the first 4-5. They've lost the magic quality that I so enjoyed. The whole dogs talking thing, which I'm sure people love, have become major passages of the book and distract from the loose plot. ...

    The audio opens with a recap of the series delivered by Oberon and gads Luke Daniels is such a gifted narrator. The story picks up right after events in Besieged and is broken up into three narratives as Atticus, Granuaile, and Owen each face battles during Ragnarok. A prophesied apoca...

    I give up on this series. 9 books in, the writing shouldn't be this amateurish and bland. The first half hour of the audiobook is dogs talking about sausage, and a fight scene in a bar a short while later reads like fanfiction. Plot lines for the series have been engaging enough, but I...

    Damn the series is ending! Damn this is the last book. Damn it WAS A REALLY GOOD BOOK! I am very sorry to see this series end but it ended well, wrapped up all the loose treads and didn't end like I expected, so that was a pleasant surprise. If I haven't talked you into reading the Iro...

    My son found these books for me. That?s when you know you raised them right! ? This is the last book in the series (unless we can convince Kevin Hearne to give us more). There are gods and goddesses from almost every mythology. The battles are epic! And like all truly amazing ba...

    3 1/2 It is hard to review this as it is a wrap up for the series and finishes up the Ragnarok overarc. I loved the ending. Some are really pissed at Granuaile, and I can see that. I started seeing her as pretty boring in Hunted and their relationship is not exactly love and devotion....

    I enjoyed most of this book. I did not enjoy the ending. It's been well established now for several books that Odin set things up to trigger Ragnarok and have others deal with it so his people would survive when they should have died. Atticus may believe himself responsible but it's...

    Congratulations Kevin for ruining the series with this last book. ...

    Well its but anticlimactic. Book come to its logical conclusion and I agree with it mostly, but like ending of Inheritace it is seriously unsatisfying. Granuaile went from far left feminism spewing eco terrorist back to actual character. Big plus for that. Well I hope there will...

  • Kyle Marino
    Apr 05, 2018

    This was a bit of a sad ending for a series which I have previously enjoyed very much. I liked some of it but wish the author had not gone for the three separate story lines. It really did not work and all I could think of was that the three Druids should have been there together for t...

    What a shitty ending! I was (view spoiler)[worried things between Atticus and Granuaile weren't going well and then this is what she does? Way to kick a guy when he's down. I know Atticus made a huge mistake with Freya, but people make mistakes! I hope he finds someone who'll be happy ...

    I'm amazed, satisfied, filled with humor and equal dismay. *wail* This is the end of the Iron Druid. The story of Atticus is done. *wail* Fortunately, this last book is a wildly good ride, featuring a better Hel and Loki from some movies we've seen, a Ragnarok with full pantheons...

    What the heck happened to this series? I've looked at the earlier books, and they're so good... Is Mr. Hearne even writing this? Has the person who's writing this read the earlier books? Where are the Gun wielding Draugar from book 5? Fand's rebellion, a MAIN hidden plot thread of a...

    And so it ends. For now at least. Kevin Hearne wraps up his very entertaining Iron Druid series nicely, binding together the myriad strands of myth, legend and urban fantasy that made this all so fun. Like all the others, Hearne?s underlying humor, some of it corny, was also in...

    WHAT A BITCH....... That is the main thought that is continually running through my mind as I sit here and think about the ending to this series. ***THERE ARE SPOILERS AHEAD.......Do not go on if you have not read the book****** Yes - the series had to end. Yes- the series ...

    As someone who loves every one of the Iron Druid series. This one was a disappointment. I felt like Kevin Hearne just wanted the series to end and didn't care how he did it. I know he says that 9 is a special number in irish mythology. I know that he wanted to move onto something new. ...

    Full review now posted! Original review can be found at Booknest. Rating: 4.5/5 stars Well, that?s it. After nine books, we?ve finally reached the end of the road. Reading this series has been among the most fun I?ve ever had reading. Hearne has spun a wonderful tale ...

    Let me start off by saying I can see what he was attempting to do here. When you have a nine book series hoping around the world all leading up to the end of the world, you're going to want to create and 'epic' finally bring in all the characters met along the way. Hearne just does a r...

    I award this book 1 billion wagging dog tails for a fulfilling, unexpected finale to what has been one of my favorite series. Some spoiler-y thoughts on "the Granuaile situation": (read at your own peril) (view spoiler)[I've read many reviews of people upset at Granuaile for b...

    A fun romp, with an ending like a punch in the gut. I miss these books so much already. ...

    I loved this series. I usually recommend it to anyone who will listen. Not any more. I cannot adequately describe how frustrated, angry, and *betrayed* I feel over the ending. I. HATE. IT. HATE!!! Oh, it's cleverly done. Everything was "fixed" in the end. It's all neat, tidy, an...

    I thoroughly enjoyed the Druid series but I am afraid Scourged left me cold. The final Ragnarok battle felt totally disjointed and jumbled. Whilst the main character did warrant some payback for some of his decisions in earlier books the various outcomes were at the same time unexpecte...

    I am so disappointed by this book. Like, incredibly so. Let me list the disappointments, with minor but minimal spoilers: Disappointment 1: The size. At the font size I was reading at, it was 248 pages long... including copyright, pronunciation guides, and all that. 250 pages for th...

  • Sanemary
    Apr 09, 2018

    This was a bit of a sad ending for a series which I have previously enjoyed very much. I liked some of it but wish the author had not gone for the three separate story lines. It really did not work and all I could think of was that the three Druids should have been there together for t...

    What a shitty ending! I was (view spoiler)[worried things between Atticus and Granuaile weren't going well and then this is what she does? Way to kick a guy when he's down. I know Atticus made a huge mistake with Freya, but people make mistakes! I hope he finds someone who'll be happy ...

    I'm amazed, satisfied, filled with humor and equal dismay. *wail* This is the end of the Iron Druid. The story of Atticus is done. *wail* Fortunately, this last book is a wildly good ride, featuring a better Hel and Loki from some movies we've seen, a Ragnarok with full pantheons...

    What the heck happened to this series? I've looked at the earlier books, and they're so good... Is Mr. Hearne even writing this? Has the person who's writing this read the earlier books? Where are the Gun wielding Draugar from book 5? Fand's rebellion, a MAIN hidden plot thread of a...

    And so it ends. For now at least. Kevin Hearne wraps up his very entertaining Iron Druid series nicely, binding together the myriad strands of myth, legend and urban fantasy that made this all so fun. Like all the others, Hearne?s underlying humor, some of it corny, was also in...

    WHAT A BITCH....... That is the main thought that is continually running through my mind as I sit here and think about the ending to this series. ***THERE ARE SPOILERS AHEAD.......Do not go on if you have not read the book****** Yes - the series had to end. Yes- the series ...

    As someone who loves every one of the Iron Druid series. This one was a disappointment. I felt like Kevin Hearne just wanted the series to end and didn't care how he did it. I know he says that 9 is a special number in irish mythology. I know that he wanted to move onto something new. ...

    Full review now posted! Original review can be found at Booknest. Rating: 4.5/5 stars Well, that?s it. After nine books, we?ve finally reached the end of the road. Reading this series has been among the most fun I?ve ever had reading. Hearne has spun a wonderful tale ...

    Let me start off by saying I can see what he was attempting to do here. When you have a nine book series hoping around the world all leading up to the end of the world, you're going to want to create and 'epic' finally bring in all the characters met along the way. Hearne just does a r...

    I award this book 1 billion wagging dog tails for a fulfilling, unexpected finale to what has been one of my favorite series. Some spoiler-y thoughts on "the Granuaile situation": (read at your own peril) (view spoiler)[I've read many reviews of people upset at Granuaile for b...

    A fun romp, with an ending like a punch in the gut. I miss these books so much already. ...

    I loved this series. I usually recommend it to anyone who will listen. Not any more. I cannot adequately describe how frustrated, angry, and *betrayed* I feel over the ending. I. HATE. IT. HATE!!! Oh, it's cleverly done. Everything was "fixed" in the end. It's all neat, tidy, an...

    I thoroughly enjoyed the Druid series but I am afraid Scourged left me cold. The final Ragnarok battle felt totally disjointed and jumbled. Whilst the main character did warrant some payback for some of his decisions in earlier books the various outcomes were at the same time unexpecte...