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Tricked by Kevin Hearne

Cutting a deal with a trickster god rarely goes well for any human brave or foolish enough to try it, but Druid Atticus O'Sullivan doesn't feel like he has a choice.

He can't train his apprentice in peace with members of the Norse pantheon out for his blood, so he asks Coyote to help him fake his death. The cost, however, might wind up being every bit as high as if he'd made no deal at all. There are things hiding in the Arizona desert that don't want any company, and Coyote makes sure they know Atticus has arrived. And there's the hound of Hel, Garm, who's terribly difficult to shake and not at all convinced that Atticus is dead.

But being tricked by a trickster is par for the course: It's the betrayal from someone he thought was a friend that shakes Atticus to the core and places his life in jeopardy. The real trick, he discovers, might be surviving his own faked death.

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Trapped by Kevin Hearne

The downside to faking your own death is that people tend to get upset when they find out they’ve been had. In Atticus O’Sullivan’s case, they’re upset enough to come after him to make sure he dies for real this time. But he can’t remain in hiding anymore: He has to bind his apprentice, Granuaile, to the earth so that she can become the first new Druid in centuries.

But the Roman god Bacchus wants mortal revenge for a slight against him, so he proceeds to act on the principle that Atticus should hate his life until it can be ended.

Members of the Norse pantheon aren’t particularly pleased with Atticus either—especially one that had languished in darkness, slowly going mad, now free to work his mischief again.  

On top of that, an ancient vampire who’d like to remove Atticus and Granuaile as threats to his kind is working on his own plan for their destruction.

Forced to work at the base of Mount Olympus, Atticus and Granuaile must survive the three-month process of her binding and escape the many traps set for them. It’s fortunate that they have Oberon the Irish Wolfhound on their side—but is one good dog going to be enough to see them through it?

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A Question of Navigation by Kevin Hearne

The only favor the aliens do for Clint Beecham when they abduct him is give him a shirt that says DO NOT EAT on it in their language. He’s told that as a physicist, he is to be reserved, along with five other scientists, for a mysterious purpose.

But fifty thousand other humans on board the interstellar scout ship are scheduled to be butchered and frozen, a food supply for the long journey to the alien homeworld. Clint and the other Reserves can’t stand by and let that happen.

Ayesha is a biologist and Deepali a geologist; Oscar is a meteorologist and Gregory specializes in robotics; Hanh is a researcher in marine biology. Together they’re humanity’s last unlikely hope. Because if they don’t find a way to stop the ravenous aliens from reporting that they’ve found a planet full of delicious creatures to eat, the fifty thousand humans on board will only be the first of billions: the entire earth will become an all-you-can-eat buffet.

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