Shattered (The Iron Druid Chronicles, Book 7) by Kevin Hearne

By Kevin Hearne

Acclaimed writer Kevin Hearne makes his hardcover debut with the hot novel in his epic city myth sequence starring the unforgettable Atticus O'Sullivan.

For approximately thousand years, there has been just one Druid left strolling the Earth--Atticus O'Sullivan, the Iron Druid, whose sharp wit and sharp sword saved him alive whereas pursued via a pantheon of opposed deities. Now he's obtained company.

Atticus's apprentice Granuaile is finally a whole Druid herself. What's extra, Atticus has defrosted an archdruid some time past frozen in time, a father determine (of varieties) who now is going via the trendy an identical of his outdated Irish identify: Owen Kennedy. And Owen has a few catching as much as do.

Atticus takes excitement within the function reversal, because the pupil is now the instructor. among busting Atticus's chops and attempting to fathom a mobile phone, Owen also needs to research English. For Atticus, the jury's nonetheless out on no matter if the wily outdated coot might be an asset within the epic conflict with Norse god Loki--or simply a soreness within the arse.

But Atticus isn't the one one with daddy matters. Granuaile faces a very good problem: to exorcise a sorcerer's spirit that's owning her father in India. despite the aid of the witch Laksha, Granuaile should be dealing with a crushing defeat.

As the trio of Druids bargains with pestilence-spreading demons, bacon-loving yeti, fierce flying foxes, and frenzied Fae, they're hoping that this time . . . three's a charm.

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He had left the rest house to explore the area by himself, much against a rapidly recovering Nandi’s advice. Nandi was out of danger, but they had to wait for a few days nevertheless, so that the Captain could be strong enough to travel. There was not much Shiva could do at the rest house and he had begun to feel resdess. The three soldiers had tried to shadow Shiva, but he had angrily dismissed them. ’ The rhythmic hymns sung by the gentle waters of the Beas soothed Shiva. A cool tender breeze teased his thick lock of hair.

All the buildings were constructed as standard two storied block structures made of baked bricks. On top were wooden extensions for increasing the height of the building, if required. Nandi clarified to Shiva that the structure of the buildings differed internally depending on their specific requirements. All windows and doors were built strictly on the side walls of buildings, never facing the main road. The blank walls that faced the main roads bore striking black line drawings depicting the different legends of the Suryavanshis, while the background was painted in the sober colours of grey, light blue, light green or white.

But the audience realised that he was oblivious to them. Shiva was in his own world. He did not dance for the audience. He did not dance for appreciation. He did not dance for the music. He danced only for himself. Rather, it almost seemed like his dance was guided by a celestial force. Sati realised that Shiva was right. He had opened himself and the dance had come to him. After what seemed like an eternity the dance came to an end, with Shiva firmly shutting his eyes. He held the final pose for a long time as the glow slowly left him.

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