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Audiobook Review: Grimoire of the Lamb (The Iron Druid Chronicles, #0.4) by Kevin Hearne (Narrator: Luke Daniels)

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Audiobook Review: Grimoire of the Lamb (The Iron Druid Chronicles, #0.4) by Kevin Hearne (Narrator: Luke Daniels)Grimoire of the Lamb by Kevin Hearne
Narrator: Luke Daniels
Series: The Iron Druid Chronicles #0.4
Published by Random House Audio on May 07, 2013
Genres: Urban Fantasy
Length: 3 hours and 15 minutes
Format: Audiobook
Source: Library

From the author of The Iron Druid Chronicles comes a rollicking, all-new urban-fantasy adventure featuring Atticus O’Sullivan. Atticus has a history of messing with the gods, and in this original novella, he’ll have to outfox a deity at her own deadly cat-and-mouse game.

When he’s not vanquishing villainous gods or dodging demons, 2,000-year-old Druid Atticus O’Sullivan can be found behind the counter of Third Eye Books and Herbs in modern-day Tempe, Arizona, literally minding his own business. But when an evil sorcerer - and amateur shoplifter - snatches an ancient Egyptian tome of black magic, The Grimoire of the Lamb, Atticus is not sheepish about pursuing him to the ends of the earth...or at least to the Land of the Pharaohs.

Unfortunately Atticus already has enemies in Egypt - including cat goddess Bast, who wants her own book of mischief back from the Druid. In the streets of Cairo, she sends a feline phalanx after Atticus and his Irish wolfhound, Oberon. With fur still flying, Atticus must locate the sorcerer’s secret lair - where he will face killer crocodiles, spooky sarcophagi, and an ancient evil Egyptian who’s determined to order the sacrificial lamb special tonight.

Includes a bonus recording of the short story "Clan Rathskellar"!


Grimoire of the Lamb is a novella introducing us to Atticus O’Sullivan a Druid who has a puncheon for messing with the gods.

This novella was a blast! It was so much fun and a great introduction to The Iron Druid Chronicles. In a way it reminded me a little of Jim Butchers, The Dresden Series, but more light in tone with lots of action.

Atticus is a lot of fun. He’s a book collector and seller. Some of his items are rare and dangerous. He receives a call about a rare Egyptian cookbook that he stole, called The Grimoire of Lambs. He won’t sell it to just anyone and so he has the collector come to him. Things don’t go as planed and he must get the book back.

Kevin Hearne is a talented author. I was captivated from begging to end with this novella. I enjoyed the adventure we are taking on in stoping the bad guy and introducing us to the world. My favorite character is Atticus’s Irish Wolfhound, Oberon. He is just a hoot. I laughed every time he talked.

Audio: I’m so glad this novella is in audio. Luke Daniels brings Atticus and his hound, Oberon, to life. It’s a quick listen and a good glimpse into the world.

The Grimoire of the Lamb is perfect for fans of Urban Fantasy. I’m looking forward to continue my listen of The Iron Druid Chronicles.

Rated: 4 Stars

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Grimoire of the Lamb: An Iron Druid Chronicles Novella - Audiobook, by Kevin Hearne



6 thoughts on “Audiobook Review: Grimoire of the Lamb (The Iron Druid Chronicles, #0.4) by Kevin Hearne (Narrator: Luke Daniels)

  1. This is such a good series in audio – Luke Daniels is beyond talented. I liked it so much, I re-reading it with Anne’s Read-Along this year!

  2. I had a fun with this novella. It sure has me wanting to listen to the series, which I plan to do especially since I bought audiobook 1 ^_^. I’m enjoying seeing peoples reviews on the series in Books of My Heart read-along. Thanks for visiting!

  3. I ended up listening to this after I got to book two, but it was a fun one and I agree that it introduces Atticus and Oberon so well.

  4. This one was fun and got me interested into listening to the Iron Druid Chronicles series. Thanks for visiting!

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