Oberon's Meaty Mysteries: The Squirrel on the Train

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3 out of 5 stars
By Kindle Customer on 12-01-17

too short

I cant resist the anything Iron Druid and especially love Oberon but its just so disappointing when it's over

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4 out of 5 stars
By Jean on 12-07-17

A Goofy Pooch

This is the first time I have read a story by Kevin Hearne. This novella is number two in the Oberon’s Meaty Mysteries. It apparently is a spin-off of the Iron Druid Chronicles. The book works well as a stand-alone story.

Oberon is an Irish Wolfhound and is the doggie protagonist. His human companion is a druid called Atticus O’Sullivan. Oberon’s canine companion is an Irish Wolfhound bitch called Orla and Starbuck a Boston Terrier. Apparently, Oberon thinks all squirrel are evil and must be chased.

In this story Oberon and companies are taking a train trip to Portland, Oregon. A man looking like Atticus is murdered. Atticus decides to investigate.

The book is well written. Hearne does a good job putting the reader inside his canine characters’ minds. I just love the doggy quips. They made me laugh out loud. My great grandmother raised Boston Terriers and Starbuck reminded me of her dog, Lady. The story is told by Oberon and is completely from his canine viewpoint. This novella is a lighthearted diversion and I found it great to wind up the year with.

It is three hours long. Luke Daniels does a great job narrating the story. Daniels is an actor and has won thirteen Earphone Awards and three Audies for his narration of audiobooks.

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10 of 11 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By Alice on 01-31-18

Credits voiced by Oberon!!!

I love this entire series and the ones from Oberon’s perspective are especially funny. I laughed out loud in the grocery store while listening. The cherry on top is that the opening and closing credits are in the Oberon voice.

I would recommend listening to the main series before this and also the previous Oberon one.

Luke Daniels rocks, as always.

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2 of 2 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By Kent Lanigan on 12-05-17

Oberon is the best

Kevin hearne’s Oberon is the best talking dog ever. But it’s Luke Daniel’s voice and personality of Oberon that makes him truly amazing. Highly recommend this short story. without knowledge of the iron Druid chronicles it might be a little strange at first. Simply a 2000 year old Druid who looks like an average 20 something hipster/hippie to blend into modern times can communicate with his dog via a mental connection. This story is a dogs POV to a murder investigation.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Debra on 12-02-17

Everything that happened was the squirells fault

Just good honest fun. Lost count of the times I LOL'd, the plot is almost incidental to just hanging out with some old friends and meeting some new ones. Luck Daniels does his usual amazing work with the narration.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 02-12-18

As always

Would you listen to Oberon's Meaty Mysteries: The Squirrel on the Train again? Why?

as always mr. hearne it was great! i listen to these books because its he is one of my favorites.

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