The Iron Druid Chronicles: Hounded and Hexed Kevin Hearne
|Matching Numbered Set of Hounded and Hexed||$300.00|
|Lettered Edition||SOLD OUT|
|Stand Alone Limited Edition of Hexed||$125.00|
Hounded: Book 1
Dust jacket and frontispiece by Galen Dara.
Fans of tongue-in-cheek humor, fast dialogue, and Oberon the Wolfhound will be pleased to hear Subterranean Press is publishing a limited edition of Hounded, Book One of the Iron Druid Chronicles, featuring Atticus O'Sullivan the 2,000-year-old Druid and his wolfhound Oberon in their first adventure.
Atticus O’Sullivan has been running for more than two thousand years and he’s tired of it. The Irish gods who want to kill him are after an enchanted sword he stole in a first-century battle, and when they find him managing an occult bookshop in Tempe, Arizona, the last of the ancient Druids doesn’t want to uproot his life again; he just wants everything to end one way or the other, but preferably the way in which he can continue to enjoy fish and chips.
He does have some small hope of survival: The Morrigan is on his side, and so is Brighid, First Among the Fae. His lawyer is literally a bloodsucking vampire, and he has a loyal Irish wolfhound with opinions about poodles.
But Aenghus Óg has recruited Fir Bolgs, a former king of the Tuatha Dé Danann, and a coven of witches to help bring down the Druid, and the local police are cooperating as well. On top of all that, Aenghus has a direct line to the firepower of hell. Atticus will need all the luck of the Irish and more if he’s going to stay alive.
Hexed: Book 2
Atticus O’Sullivan has had cause to mistrust witches in his storied past, but he’s willing to live and let live with the Sisters of the Three Auroras, even going so far as to sign a non-aggression treaty with them. But that treaty is tested immediately when a deadly new coven sweeps into town seeking to take over, along with some Bacchants from Las Vegas and a fallen angel who’s decided to snack on high school students like they were trail mix.
It’s more than Atticus can handle alone and he must enlist the aid of the trickster Coyote, the head-hopping abilities of Laksha Kulesekaran, and his neighbor’s illegal arsenal if he wants to keep the city safe from diabolical takeover. He must also exchange favors with his vampire attorney, Leif Helgarson, in a deal that might prove to be the worst of his long life. For Leif doesn’t want to be paid by the hour. And the Morrigan, too, wants something unusual in exchange for her aid. To defeat the mortal hexes of this new coven and keep his apprentice—and his city—safe, Atticus must think fast, make promises, and keep his sword handy, and hope he’ll survive to fight another day.
Limited: 500 signed numbered hardcover copies and sold out at the publisher
Lettered: 52 signed leather bound copies, housed in a custom traycase