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Summary

Get four fast-paced druid urban fantasy novels in a boxed set featuring magic, mystery, Celtic mythology, and non-stop paranormal action!

Meet Colin Mccool.

Reluctant druid, and sole apprentice of the last living master druid on Earth. Heir to Fionn MacCumhaill’s legacy. Hunted and feared by the Fae, and cursed with Cú Chulainn’s ríastrad. All he wants is to live in his junkyard in peace...but the gods have other plans for the young druid apprentice!

Junkyard Druid - Book 1

When a reluctant druid gets blackmailed into working for an evil faery queen, he'll walk through fire to complete one last job - come hell or high magic!

Graveyard Druid - Book 2

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...

Moonlight Druid - Book 3

When a Fae child goes missing, Colin is hired to bring him back. Now he has to crack the case, all while learning to control his shifter abilities under the watchful eye of the local werewolf alpha. But with half the pack against him and enemies at every turn, will his next misstep be his last?

Underground Druid - Book 4

Colin is hellbent on bringing vengeance to the doorstep of the Fae. To do so, he’ll have to complete an impossible task to earn passage into the mystical realm of Underhill. Will he outwit the Fae and survive this deadly undertaking? Or, will he be trapped in Underhill...forever? 

©2020 M.D. Massey (P)2021 M.D. Massey

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  • Jen
  • 25-09-21

I tried so hard to like this but I couldn’t

I just don’t understand how people could compare this to the Iron Druid or Harry Dresden series (which I love btw). I tried so hard to listen to this but I couldn’t get into it. I found a lot of the descriptions very strange/unnecessary. For example there was one scene where the main character was saying that to a guy like him a bikini is fashionable not slutty (ie l’m a guys, guys, half naked women are great) but then in another moment he was describing her expensive Louboutin shoes. I just couldn’t understand or get a sense for the character’s personality and from sentence to sentence it didn’t seem like the same person would describe something the way it was described. Add to that his never ending droning on about his dead girlfriend. We get it, it was life changing and sad but hearing his journal entries ever chapters added no value at all to the storyline and to reference every date with AJ as in after Jessie was just bizarre. I am a person who likes terrible cliché books and I just couldn’t make it past a few chapters of this. I normally will power through and hope book 2 is better but I had to return this one.

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  • Eric Mort
  • 17-09-21

Fun series

I’m enjoying the series. But I find the main characters habit of whining and repeatedly making the same mistakes a bit annoying. Hoping that he develops a little more maturity in upcoming books.

The narrator is pretty good, but as someone who lives in Austin Texas, somebody needs to explain to him how to pronounce the various city and area names correctly. LOL

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  • NoOneSpecial
  • 29-11-21

Can’t believe I just found this series

I love UF with a ballsy hero, diverse cast of characters, dark themes, and well placed humor. This series has it all. Loving this discovery.

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  • Celina Criswell-Thomas
  • 06-09-21

very good read

storyline was very good. narration was good. story is very action packed, it's a page Turner. A must have read.

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  • aj
  • 20-01-22

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I really liked the narrator and the story line. It's a good twist on old folk tales with good writing.

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  • Diane
  • 19-01-22

A series you must read or listen too

Exciting Captivating tremendous good story. You will want to share with your friends. I DID !!!

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  • Karla Dickman
  • 29-12-21

Pretty good series

So far so good, on par with Urban shaman and Jane Yellowrock series. A good read for anyone wanting some light listening.

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  • Jessica Ritter
  • 15-12-21

Not what I expected in the best way possible

Well worth the credit for 4 books. The story was written with a mix of modern and historical cultural references, that not only makes it fun but also has a degree of educational value. The caddy shack, 3 stooges and other references had me actually laughing out loud at times. The characters are also very relatable so anyone who reads these books will have someone in the story they relate to and will keep them from putting this story down.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 07-12-21

Ok just WTF

Four chapters in and I have no idea what’s going on. The narration is just all over the place. The author just randomly talks about mythological creatures as if the reader knows what he is talking about. And even if you did know the real mythology of these creatures apparently the author considers every creature from dragons to vampires to werewolves as fae but doesn’t explain why. Also the author tries to explain things repeatedly via flashbacks but then stops the flashback before actually explaining something. I kept stopping to check and see if maybe I had missed a book in the series. Also the narrators voice is not good for audiobooks. If your going to have accents in your story then have a narrator who can pull of accents. I’m still cringing over the narrators tough guy New York/Boston/mafia boss accent.

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  • Daniel
  • 05-12-21

Campy Urban fantasy

Great series, if a little bit too campy at times. With a purchase for sure