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    Another great story from the Iron Druid 'verse

    Oberon is the best dog ever and having a story from his POV is the funniest thing. Read the series, but if you'd rather wait till it's finished and marathon through it, then read this stand alone novella, it's perfectly in sync with the Iron Druid 'verse but manages not to give any spoilers away from the main stories.
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    All Hail Sir Oberon Snackworthy!

    Oh Oberon, how I missed you! This novella was short, sweet, fun, and absolutely hilarious. Oberon is one of the best parts of the IRON DRUID CHRONICLES, and it was great for him to get his own story and "voice." The story was pretty basic and easy to read, but this had all the elements I love in an IDC story with Oberon. There were a couple places where I was literally laughing out loud. The jokes were stellar, and the mystery was actually really intriguing. The ending was a little out of the blue, but I thought it went well with Oberon's character. There isn't much to say about the characters (it's clear this is mostly fan service), but Oberon is Oberon. You can't not fall in love with that guy! If you love dogs, IDC, Oberon, or meat references, this is the novella you want to pick up. All hail Sir Oberon Snackworthy!
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    Another fantastic work

    A book in Oberons mind is as good as I imagined. We had chapter peaks before but this book is truly Oberon. I won't spoil the tale for those yet to read but I will say it is worth it. Kevin Hearne is an amazing writer with a different twist to contemporary writers . I recommend his work to anyone who loves to read and loves history. Each book has different history and lit references with a neat idea to the mythology side. This particular book is a who dunnit, with a Irish wolfhound as the main narrator.
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    Quite a giggle

    I love Oberon's character. Xindi, my late hound never let other dogs sniff her behind nor would she sniff other dogs just attack them. should not have named her after an alien zenophoic race. Totally get Oberon's doggy explorations!
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    So much fun!

    This was fun! I kind of jumped ahead by reading this one when I did but I have no regrets. I needed a shorter audiobook that both my daughter and I could enjoy on a short road trip. We started another book and both hated that narrator so I downloaded this book and decided to give it a try. I think it worked well out of order although a few things in Atticus's personal life were different than in the earlier books. We both had a lot of fun going along for the ride as Oberon worked to solve the mystery with a little help from Atticus. I have enjoyed the books that I have read in the Iron Druid Chronicles so far. My favorite part of the series has been Oberon from the start. When I found out that there were stories from Oberon's point of view, I knew that I had to have them in my life. It turns out that this story was just as good as I had hoped it would be. I just love the Oberon looks at the world. Oberon and Atticus learn that several champion dogs have gone missing and they decide it is time to help figure out what is going on. It was a fairly involved mystery that involved a lot of pretty awesome dogs and a lot of excitement. It was great meeting Starbuck and I thought he was the perfect addition to the cast. I loved the way that Oberon and Atticus worked together along with Starbuck to get to the bottom of the missing dogs. Luke Daniels did an amazing job with this story. I think that he does a great job giving a dog the voice that is just perfect for his character. I could have easily listened to this book in its entirety if my life would have made it possible. I thought his delivery was very well done and I love the way he delivered the more comical parts of the story. I would recommend this book to others. I think that readers of the series are not going to want to miss this one. Readers new to the series could start with this book but it is really best to read these books in order. I can't wait to read more of this exciting series.
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