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Underground Druid: A New Adult Urban Fantasy Novel (The Colin McCool Paranormal Suspense Series Book 4) Kindle Edition
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Maeve wants four magical artifacts, and she will help the Druid in his quest to rescue several dozen human children, and kill an enemy. To do this, he needs a team, including a guide, a healer, a fighter, and a man who was formerly a sworn enemy, but now seems to be a friend. This man grew up in Faery as a human prisoner, and knows a lot about it, though he was ultimately cast out from his home after losing a battle to the Druid. In that process he was burned badly, losing an eye and being tremendously scarred. The fae had the capability of healing him, but instead chose to let him suffer and cast him out.
Maeve is a distant relative, but she's not a benevolent grandmother. She is a fae, with all their devious plans and plots, and a totally different view of what should exist. If she gets all of the artifacts, she can become a supreme ruler, and the human race will be endangered.The Druid will resolve that conflict later, if he survives. Right now he has to get the children.
And if Amazon.com ever offers a craneskin bag of ultimate holding, I'm ordering it.
It is not at the same level but action and innovation are there and without comparing it to Dresden Files, it is a great book/series. If I compared, I would take a start away, but I am so happy I discovered these books.Definitely worth to buy.
As always the characters, goodies and baddies alike, are interesting and fun. The plot is hack and slash in a contemporary setting. There's nothing like a trip Underhill to enliven the story.
I can't wait until I dig into the next story.
If you like the Iron Druid or the Dresden series then you will enjoy the Junkyard Druid.
This series has grown more amazing with each book, and while this is an ending, it is more like an interlude as Collin's adventures continue still with the next book in the series, which this book sets up for us.
Massey sounds an amazing tale of urban fantasy.