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- 4.24/5 (12350 ratings)
Atticus has a bad reputation in the vampire community. After bring bitterly backstabbed by his former best friend, Atticus turns to his allies for backup but, unfortunately, they’re all caught up in issues of their own. He is on a mission to defeat TheophilusHero of Kevin Hearne's epic New York Times bestselling fantasy show that is urban, iron Druid Atticus O'Sullivan, has a point to make--and push right into a vampire's heart. He is bound to run afoul of a vampires After a druid has lived for 2 million years like Atticus. Make that legions of these. Even counsel and his friend turned out to become a backstabber. Now the troublemakers--directed by Theophilus--are becoming a issue requiring a solution. It is time. As always, Atticus would not mind just a backup. However, his allies suffer from their own. Ornery archdruid Owen Kennedy is with a wee little difficulty that is troll: Turns out once you stiff a troll, it is not water below the bridge. Granuaile is distressed elude his powers of divination -- a pursuit that will deliver her face with nightmares that are Slavic and to free herself. The journey leads to Rome Since Atticus globetrots to prevent his nemesis Theophilus. What better place to finish an immortal? But justice will not come without a cost.
What makes this book stand out?
Hearne has used different characters’ points of view to narrate his story, and that makes it different and intriguing.
Read it for
Kevin Hearne’s comedic writing style provides a lot of insight into his well-written story and is very entertaining.
Don't read it for
It feels like there are a lot of characters running around which might confuse readers.