Hexed

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HarperVoyager, 2011 - Druids and druidism - 354 pages
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2,100-year old Atticus O′Sullivan, last of the Druids, discovers that he is in high demand after killing an ancient Celtic god. Gods from many other pantheons want him to knock off their rivals, and everyone -- even his lawyer -- wants him to teach Thor, the Norse thunder god, a fatal lesson. But that′s just the beginning of our hero′s troubles. Coyote, a Native American trickster god, is knocking on his door for help slaying a giant demon that′s been preying on his people. A horde of sexy Bacchantes from Las Vegas are bringing their deadly brand of decadence to the sleepy desert town. And worse yet, a band of diabolical leather-clad Nazi witches are on the hunt -- for Atticus! Atticus has survived for two millennia on the strength of his wits, street smarts, and awesome magic powers -- and a little help from his friends, which include a Viking werewolf and a vampire lawyer -- but will it be enough to save him this time? rsp100

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User Review  - irregularreader - LibraryThing

I greatly enjoyed this second go-round from Kevin Hearne. The Character of Atticus is more fleshed out, as are the friends and foes he picked up along the way in the first book. This installment also introduces crazy secret sects, demon-humping witch interlopers, and party girls from hell. Read full review

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User Review  - SBShepherd - LibraryThing

I enjoyed listening to this second book in the Iron Druids Chronicles. Atticus O'Sullivan continues to be dragged into events despite his overwhelming desire to remain hidden. The supernatural ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Kevin Hearne is a native of Arizona. He graduated from Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff and now teaches high school English. He is the author of the popular The Iron Druid Chronicles Series.

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