[Read Junkyard Druid] Ebook By M.D. Massey


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  • Junkyard Druid
  • M.D. Massey
  • English
  • 10 December 2017
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10 thoughts on “Junkyard Druid

  1. says:

    DiD NOT FINISHGot an hour into it Right to meeting Luther and Belladonna Annnnnnnd I'm doneThis was exceedingly repetitive and just not that

  2. says:

    Holy shtballs Batmanokay Okay OKAY I FRICKEN LOVED THIS BOOK I love Colin and his pragmatic outlook on life and all things spooky I love Bella and her badass self I really hope something happens there I love Jesse and also hate her situation I want to know and see about the whole Junkyard Druid thing Obviously something had to ha

  3. says:

    To say that this was disappointing is an understatement The preface states that the author wanted to get away from YA novels and do something adult except he doesn't seem to achieve this The story line felt over simplistic and childish Throwing a few swear words and references to sex into a novel does not make it adult The main character lacked depth and his tragedy had me wishing he had died When you compare it to other urban

  4. says:

    Bubble Gum Druid and his magical Mary Poppins bag This was cutesy but it was still a fun read Here's the thing about writing a druid

  5. says:

    I couldn't get past the first few chapters this book reads like it was written by a middle school child trying to sound like an adul

  6. says:

    This was abysmal Such a pity I had so many expectations for this book HERE BE SPOILERS 1% The book starts with a preface by the author basically flailing about how he wanted to write about an urban fantasy druid and he had this amazing idea bu

  7. says:

    OK it's really hard not to read any urban fantasy about modern day druidry and not think about Kevin Hearne and the Iron Druid Series and no one is going to come off favorably in that comparison However it's not a bad series and th

  8. says:

    With a dash of Odd Thomas and a pinch of Dresden Files Junkyard Druid is just my type of urban fantasy series Throw in a splash of Constantine and we're cookin' with gas And don't get me started on the hero Colin McCool He's my kind of Druid — sharp witted sweet and a little bit dangerousJunkyard Druid is the perfect brew to uench any urban fantasy lover's thirst

  9. says:

    I absolutely adored this book i was unaware about this author before i read this book and i voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader c

  10. says:

    I wanted to drop this I should've dropped this WhyThis book has got to be one of the worst things I have ever re

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M.D. Massey Ó 7 Read

Junkyard Druid

Owned a Harley and I didn't inherit a family fortune passed down through generations of hunters before meAnd I kind of have this curse on me that's messed up my lifeSo things have gone to hell since I was cursed I live in a junkyard my mentor Finn is a heroin addict I've got the Cold Iron Circle breathing down my neck and the local Fae ueen Maeve is blackmailing me into doing her dirty w Bubble Gum Druid and his magical Mary Poppins bag This was cutesy but it was still a fun read Here s the thing about writing a druid bookyou got to have druid things Not until 71% do I finally get a bit of druid mojo The story has a wonderful abundance of fae creatures I really like Hemi the Maori and his haka dance Junkyard Druid was an enjoyable read Massey s writing had an easy flow to it and very entertaining If anything it s the humor that kept me engaged and will bring me back for

review ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ó M.D. Massey

OrkNow I'm in way over my head trying to retrieve Maeve's stolen magic rock all while helping my friend Belladonna solve a series of murders that may or may not involve the local werewolvesAnd did I mention that my girlfriend is a ghostIf I can just get the Faery ueen's tathlum back and help Belladonna solve the murdersThen I just might live long enough to finish my first year of college OK it s really hard not to read any urban fantasy about modern day druidry and not think about Kevin Hearne and the Iron Druid Series and no one is going to come off favorably in that comparison However it s not a bad series and they do get betteras he goes along and seems to find of his own voice Definitely worth reading from a brain candy perspective and there are some twists that even I didn t expect

Summary Junkyard Druid

ASIN B01M08TJ6 has been moved to the latest kindle edition as per guidelinesA cursed druid blackmailed by a faery ueen to find a missing magic rock Let's just hope they don't hack the druid off for everyone's sakeName's Colin McCool Folks call me the Junkyard Druid I hate that nameDespite my last name I'm not cool like the other hunters in town I don't run an occult bookstore I've never DiD NOT FINISHGot an hour into it Right to meeting Luther and Belladonna Annnnnnnd I m doneThis was exceedingly repetitive and just not that goodThe Iron Druid series by Kevin Hearne is 100% better than this The preface by the author immediately set the tone I got sick of writing YA so he then writes New Adult but half the story so far takes place when the main character is still YA So that s fun eyerollHow did he make it grown up by using foul language smattering sexlust and making one of the characters addicted to heroine Oh yeah that s just great Oh and lets not forget the uber cliche gay vampire but it s okay folks because he s made the vampire gay so the book is super inclusive Thank you for that double eyerollI was just done After 15 minutes of listening I got bored and listened to music for 4 hours That s how much I just didn t care about returning to the story I then gave it another go and managed to get to just over an hour before I got to the gay vampire and the slut vampire two different vampires At that point I was just doneYeah I m going back to the Iron Druid


About the Author: M.D. Massey

I write urban fantasy paranormal suspense and dark fantasy novels My first series THEM is a jaunt through a post apocalyptic central Texas where the dead walk and vampires werewolves and other unsavory creatures roam the night It has elements of the zompoc genre dark fantasy and military survival fiction My goal with this series was to give readers the same excitement I get from reading