Hexed is the second novel in Kevin Hearne’s urban fantasy series, The Iron Druid Chronicles and is the sequel to Hounded. It was released on June 7, Hexed is the second novel in The Iron Druid Chronicles, an urban fantasy series written by Kevin Hearne. In the aftermath of his defeat of Aenghus Óg (the Celtic. Kevin Hearne, a rising name in the urban fantasy genre, is the author of the Iron Druid Chronicles, a series of novels featuring Atticus.

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One of the things that I loved the most about the first book was the characters. This book balanced the action very nicely against some of the lighter moments in the book. I enjoy his presence in other books by other authors, this one was not an exception. The Line irom Illeniel. For me it was the delivery e. View all 8 comments.

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As the next book is entitled Hammered, I have a sneaking suspicion that this hatred will be addressed soon. I just thought it was not very believable. Jul 21, Patricia Crowther rated it liked it. Atticus spends most of this novel indulging them like driud would play to a crazy person to keep them happy.

Views Read Edit View history. Reactions to attractive young mortal women seem to encourage the sense of youngness, in that he is very embarrassed by his reaction to his apprentice.


He is incredibly patient and able to determine druie best course of action in most situations. Atticus has to team with the local witch coven when bad things start happening. I mean, who better to be in a relationship with, than a fellow [attractive] Druid who ISN’T a conniving murderous Goddess? However Audible, the length of rduid book and my reading schedule all colluded to get me to do this one.

Zaten olaylar bir saniye durmuyor. But at this point, I do not care. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Just want this ancient druid wants.

I laughed so hard I had tears. Hexed 41 Irpn 24, Oct 04, Emma rated it liked it Shelves: I guess it’s hard to blame Hearne too much. Still, it’s hard to find a really good urban fantasy series that doesn’t regurgitate the same old crap characters, so I’m determined to give this the Iron Druid a fair drjid at winning my heart this time around.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. There’s something lacking in these books that I can’t quite put my finger on yet. The Mage in Black. Or maybe Joan Jett. Atticus seems to be finding trouble everywhere lately.

A few new very interesting factions have been added in the mix and Atticus has promised some favors to a few players so the next boo might be more interesting. The Iron Druid Chronicles 9 books.

Hexed (The Iron Druid Chronicles, #2) by Kevin Hearne

Men and the medical profession have been painting women as hysterical, unreasonable creatures for most of history. I mean, name one romance novel with a sexy druid as the leading man. There are many, many of these female characters and they all play second fiddle to the main bad character – a man. Hexed is the second volume in the Iron Druid Chronicles and nearly as good as the first.


Recommended for fans of series like The Dresden Files. Oberon who found as the highlight of book 1 was already starting to annoy me by this book. I’ve got to give Hearne one thing; the man is funny. Witches following Bacchus roll into town from Vegas and start shaking things up. The scene in the beginning where his assistant answers the heed scantily clad is just beyond silly.

Hexed | Kevin Hearne

Falling in love with Hounded – I couldn’t wait to get my hands on the next in this series Hexed, with much of the plot and weakness smoothed out very nicely, Hexed kept everything hexd was great about Hounded there by grew great from it and made the series even better!

Thanks, buddy, I said silently as I tried to surreptitiously zip up my jeans. They are Hearne’s version of the nameless goons in Bond movies.