Scourged (Iron Druid Chronicles Series #9)

Scourged (Iron Druid Chronicles Series #9)

by Kevin Hearne

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ISBN-13: 9780345548566
Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
Publication date: 12/24/2018
Series: Iron Druid Chronicles Series , #9
Edition description: Reprint
Pages: 336
Sales rank: 32,208
Product dimensions: 4.10(w) x 6.80(h) x 1.00(d)

About the Author

Kevin Hearne hugs trees, pets doggies, and rocks out to heavy metal. He also thinks tacos are a pretty nifty idea. He is the author of A Plague of Giants and the New York Times bestselling series The Iron Druid Chronicles.

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Scourged (Signed Book) (Iron Druid Chronicles Series #9) 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 24 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Scourged wrapped up all the ends left earlier in the series, along with some unexpected twists. All the major characters returned to say their piece and peace. Thoroughly satisfying.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A great story with a dolofabolo ending. You'll have to read the book to find out what that means. I'll miss the hounds, the humor and the irreverent uses of religion most.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Once again awesome story line despite getting a bit lost with the Polish lines. Have read this Series from the beginning, always looked forward to the next book and now, despite multiple uncertainties for the future of the Characters, we are literally left hanging! Not Fair Mr Hearne!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Simply gutted to read the end of the series, but it really was a fine way to wrap it up.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Epic reading with a bittersweet ending.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved the series. I have laughed so hard at the antics of the animals and Atticus’s stories. The end of this book came way too soon and I hope the author does continue with stories of the apprentices!
Anonymous 8 months ago
I’ve been a huge fangirl of the Iron Druid series. This has been a bittersweet ending for me. I think there are more tales to come, at least I hope. Kevin is an amazing author!! Btw, I recommend anything he writes or coauthors.
Anonymous 10 months ago
I won't say more and spoil the story... but I do hate that it ends, at least for now.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A thoroughly enjoyable and a engaging read.
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As seen from several good authors the latest books seem to be rather preachy. Still a good read
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Nice way to finish ?? a series. This was a great read and a fantastic way to want more from Mr. Hearne.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great series... must now read Oberon's meaty mysteries...
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Reading Kevin Kearne is as good as a ride on a roller coaster: takes your breath away, wish it would never end, and can’t wait to do it again,
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
.... but a satisfying ending nonetheless.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Bittersweet, but so good. Perfect story to end the series. Thank you!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have spent many hours reading about the life of a Druid and the many interactions with the world here and on many planes. It has been a pleasure that I will repeat in the future. I especially loved the canine interactions.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Outstanding series brought to a fabulous conclusuin. We'll done sir. Bittersweet.
Olivia_B More than 1 year ago
First and foremost, I LOVE this series! Scourged is the perfect finale to the Iron Druid. All of the characters I know and love (and a few I hate) make an appearance at one time or another and it wraps everything up beautifully. It made me laugh out loud (and one or two shrieks), several times. I took my allergy medicine but someone must have been cutting onions in here because I have to admit I leaked a couple of times, too. If you haven’t read anything else in the Iron Druid series, start with Hounded and read every single book, novella, and short story before you read Scourged for maximum impact – and get ready for a fantastic ride! If you’re already a fan, don’t hesitate a second longer – pick up Scourged immediately and savor every last word.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Awesome book
milamberrex More than 1 year ago
Parting is such sweet sorrow. In the case of Hearne’s “Iron Druid Chronicles,” the parting is bittersweet. Hearne took us on an amazing adventure since the series began. “Scourged” did not fail to deliver. It was fast-paced from beginning to end with Ragnarok thrown in the mix. The book brought the story of Atticus to a resounding conclusion. Did it conclude as I would have wished? No. It was a fitting ending. Longtime readers have known since Christ’s appearance several books ago, Atticus would have to face the consequences on his actions. Atticus made questionable decisions, no matter his justifications. Sooner or later the bill had to come due. As the entire series has been rushing to Ragnarok, the war to end all wars, readers have known this war would have consequences for Atticus and the people in his life. In “Scourged,” we saw friends survive Ragnarok, and those who did not. We saw relationships change. We witnessed new friendships take form. All of this led to the bittersweet conclusion. Actions have consequences, and those consequences can be disarmingly high. Longtime readers of Hearne will appreciate this conclusion to the “Chronicles,” and will have to decide how they feel about Atticus’ victory. Note: This reviewer received an ARC from Netgalley in exchange for a fair and honest review.
PenKay More than 1 year ago
I am so sad to see this series go, but I have to say this book was an excellent conclusion. I loved the great writing, the great plot, and of course, all the great characters. I really don’t want to spoil the book so I can’t say much, but I can’t imagine a better ending. There was a wonderful amount of action, fun, and adventure, all the things I expect from a book in this series. I will look for future books by this very talented author as Mr. Hearne has become a favorite. Highly recommend! Thanks to NetGalley and Random House Publishing Group - Ballantine for the e-book which I voluntarily reviewed.
Jessica Rodrigues More than 1 year ago
I award this book 1 billion wagging dog tails for a fulfilling, unexpected finale to what has been one of my favorite series. Remember a few books back when Atticus, ignoring the advice of his good friend Jesus, made a few poor decisions and set off the events of Ragnarök? It's time to pay the piper. Told in quick, shotgun-blast chapters from the viewpoint of Atticus, Owen, and Granuaile, the events of Scourged cover a relatively short period of time -- perhaps even less than a day. (Can anyone verify this for me?) As Loki initiates the violence of Ragnarök, other baddies around the world decide to take advantage of the chaos to wreak a little havoc of their own. The three druids and some heroes of world pantheons rise up to meet them, culminating in an epic battle against Loki. (You will snicker a little at the wager that the gods and goddesses have going on who will be the one to finally slay Loki.) Several figures from the past play a part in the finale, but the hounds are noticeably absent. Hardcore Oberon fans will miss him, but who brings their pet to the battleground? Not Atticus. Don't forget to read Oberon's Meaty Mysteries if you need a hit. And speaking of animals, Owen makes his own furry friend, and I keep thinking about it throughout the day and internally squeeing a little. For a fun fantasy romp of a series, it doesn't shy away from harsh losses and the need for atonement. Not all of the good guys make it out alive, and not all of the living survive unscathed. Atticus is forced to reckon with the knowledge that he is responsible for much of it. The series did not end the way I anticipated it, and I doubt many other readers will see the ending coming, either. I'm pretty confident this is the last book Mr. Hearne has planned for Atticus. But you still see future adventures for him off in the distance, and can imagine him and his doggos off saving the world and speaking in the Irish accent he has reclaimed for himself. ARC received via Netgalley