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Graveyard Druid

The Colin McCool Series, Book 2
Narrated by: Steven Barnett
Length: 7 hrs and 51 mins
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Graveyard Druid, a new adult urban fantasy novel from M.D. Massey

When the local vampire coven hires him to stop an undead outbreak at the city graveyard, it sounds like money in the bank to everyone's favorite down on his luck druid, Colin McCool. But when you're cursed by an ancient fae sorceress with a score to settle, nothing is ever as it seems...

Colin McCool here, otherwise known as the Junkyard Druid. Not my favorite title, but since it's my only title I guess I'm stuck with it.

But hey, things are looking up. Sure, a powerful and sentient magical artifact may have taken up residence inside my skull, and I'm still burdened with a nasty curse cast by an ancient sorceress of the Tuatha Dé Danann...

...but I'm trying really hard to look on the bright side of things.

Seeing as how I've been dragged back into the world of the fae, I figure I may as well be of use. And if I can make a little scratch while using my druidic talents for good and not evil, so much the better.

Which is why I took this job working for Austin's vampire coven, cleaning up a ghoul infestation at the city cemetery. It's not their work and they don't want the heat, so they hired me to take care of it before it gets out of hand.

Easiest. Job. Ever. I'll just whack a few ghouls, hide the bodies, and collect my fee.

I mean, seriously - what could possibly go wrong?

©2017 M.D. Massey (P)2017 M.D. Massey

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  • JonathanP
  • 20-02-2018

Early snapshot of a developing writer

Sorry to assess in this manner : The writing is lack luster and the never ending "woe is me", of the protagonist is wearing. Reach further Mr. MASSEY; we will be watching.

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  • Wade Lancaster
  • 25-08-2018

Easy Escapist Read

I like this author when I want to read something light. Massey provides a good mix of action and suspense in his supernatural world. Sure, most of his books are interchangeable, but I really enjoy them for a change of pace. Characters are nicely drawn and narration is good to great.

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  • Richard
  • 27-04-2018

Great book!

These books aren't quite as good as The Iron Druid Chronicles, but they still rock! I'm glad I found it later on, because I'm going to jump straight into the next book instead of having to wait!

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  • Lorissa A Clark
  • 17-03-2018

Awesome Book

Enjoyed this read a lot. Love it. Characters cool. Villains good. Excellent read! Yass!! Yass!!

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  • Georgia McNabb
  • 08-03-2018

Good Read

I enjoyed the storyline and characters, will listen to the next book. Hope author builds on main character more as series continues.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 13-09-2017

Great new series

Getting better with each book. Colin is growing on me starting to feel less like teenage angst.