Death & Honey

Death & Honey

Death & Honey contains three novellas by New York Times bestsellers Delilah S. Dawson (as Lila Bowen), Kevin Hearne, and Chuck Wendig. Each of the stories features a full-color, full-page illustration by Galen Dara, who also contributed the cover and a full-color frontispiece. In The Buzz Kill by Kevin Hearne, Oberon the Irish wolfhound and Starbuck the Boston Terrier s Death & Honey contains three novellas by New York Times bestsellers Delilah S. Dawson (as Lila Bowen), Kevin Hear...

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Title:Death & Honey
Author:Kevin Hearne
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Genres:Fantasy
ISBN:1596069147
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:304 pages pages

Death & Honey Reviews

  • Rebecca
    Apr 09, 2019

    Back in 2015 WAY COOL writers Kevin ?I play a druid on TV? Hearne, Delilah S. ?I sometimes call myself Lila Bowen? Dawson and Chuck ?the dark ornithologist? Wendig collaborated on a TASTY anthology of urban fantasy novellas Three Slices whose cohesive theme was ? cheese. ...

    This hardcover is published in two formats, the signed limited edition of 1500 copies and the lettered edition of 52 copies. This is copy 1385. Signed by Lila Bowen, Kevin Hearn, Chuck Wendig. Contents: 007 - Kevin Hearn - "The Buzz Kill" - An Oberon Meaty Mystery 103 - Lila Bow...

    Three good stories. I came for the Kevin Hearne story but was more impressed with Lila Bowen's and Chuck Hearne's tales. But fans of any of the three will be pleased. ...

    Shamelessly liking this So I only got this book for the first story, by Kevin Hearne. You?ll never guess why. My name appears in this story because at a charitable auction held at the Libertycon SF convention in Chattanooga, Kevin offered up an opportunity to be in his world. W...

    Kevin Hearn - Buzz Kill What can I say, anything with Oberon involved speaks to my crazy dog lady. I enjoyed his newest meaty mystery and Starbuck's growing vocabulary. I was a bit excited when I thought Atticus' Irish lilt would be constant throughout the storyline but wasn't disapp...

    Death & Honey is an anthology of three unrelated novellas from some of the best urban fantasy/fantasy authors of our time? Each book has a loose connection to bees, honey, and death? The Buzz Kill, read by Luke Daniels. Speed 1.5x Picking up several months after the dramati...

    Only read "The Buzz Kill" but I really enjoyed it ...

    Hearne and Bowen?s stories were phenomenal. I initially read this only for Kevin Hearne, but I am now 100% invested in reading the series that Bowen?s short story came from. I will not, however, touch Wendig?s with a ten foot pole. The third story just felt like a few hours...

    currently having a love hate relationship with this story line. While I get a writers desire to transfer some bit of wisdom, or idea or whatever, I read fantasy to escape the blood sucking depression of everyday life. not appreciating Atticus' continued ... time out shall we say, keep ...

    3.5 The Buzz Kill = 4.5 First of Bees = 2.5 Interlude: Tanager = 4 ...

    Perfect I just finished Vultures and I finished the other two series before that. These stories are the perfect way to get another taste of those worlds. I would love more. Following Wren further, following Owen and his grove, or following Winifred's daughter and learning more about...

    Soooo... The Buzz Kill: An Oberon's Meaty Mystery by Kevin Hearne Short Story One by Kevin Hearn was hilarious, charming, and delicious soul food. This story is one of Oberon's Meaty mystery series. The story takes place just after the end of the final Iron Druid book in Australia....

    An interesting anthology which seems to be post-conclusion stories. In Death and Honey, each story has a central theme of Death and Honey. I know, you probably could have figured that out without me. It also appears to feature characters whose stories have concluded already and it g...

    I knocked off a star because I didn't really enjoy the Chuck Wendig story in this collection. Kevin Hearne did his usual excellent job of putting the thoughts of Oberon the Irish Wolfhound and Starbuck the Boston Terrier on to the page and making the characters pop. The bee puns in ...

    One story was GREAT, the others not so much. I'll be honest, I bought this book solely for Kevin Hearne's story! I love The Iron Druid Novels and especially Oberon the dog. That story was the great one but I might be a bit biased. The second story was a dud, the third story was just ok...

    Three novellas, three authors. The first, from Kevin Hearne, was a solid entry in the Iron Druid series of stories, this time focused more on solving a crime than battling some ancient god. As usual, witty and fun. The second entry by Delilah S. Dawson, was a mostly forgettable ...

    The Buzz Kill (An Oberon's Meaty Mystery) By Kevin Hearn Written like it's aimed at an elementary school aged reader. And the murderer's motive was flimsy. Not inclined to read more by this author. Grist Of Bees (A Shadow Novella) By Lila Bowen (aka Delilah S. Dawson) Fe...

    I only picked this up for the new Oberons Meaty Mystery and damn am I glad I did. This novella encompassed a lot of what made the fans of the series, fans. It was funny, heartfelt, and full of delicious sounding foods. I really feel like this wrapped up the series in a way that was bet...

    The price is worth Oberons Meaty Mysteries. I'm happy to have the chance to catch another Meaty Mystery. The other two stories were lackluster. I might have liked them better if Oberons story was last. Oberons Meaty Mysteries gets a 10 star out of 5 cause it's great. The others I wo...

    I enjoyed the Hearne novella, another of his stories from the point of view of the Druid's dog. The other two stories, thought, were just weird. Not my style at all, and very different in tone and writing style from The Buzz Kill. Seemingly the only thing the three stories had in commo...

    Pretty cute! As described on the label. This collection contains SPOILERS for the three series they revisit. (I feel like I knew that but I was kind of shocked when the recaps happened.) Loved seeing Oberon and Starbuck again! Loved seeing Rhett. Ren was interesting! (I haven't read...

    I read only Buzz Kill because I had read the entire Iron Druid series by Kevin Hearne and I wanted to read the novella that was kind of a wrap-up for this series. There will be at least one more Iron Druid novella with Owen and Slomo! And I understand that Kevin Hearne is planning a fo...

    I was sold on this book just on the Authors.. didnt read the spine, didnt look into it, Im just a fan. Death & Honey is not just the title, but also the interconnected theme to the three stories. A lot of humour (dark and light), fantastic stories, Magic, interesting worlds (on...

    Not sure whether I will read the other stories but the Iron Druid/Oberon story is a quick mystery with Oberon making friends with the locals for his favorite druid. I probably will read the Delilah Devon but not the Chuck Wendig. Not that his stories aren't good but he is a little t...

    Oberon story and Lila Bowen story were good, but not great, because these stories are set farther in the series; I probably would have appreciated them more if I was caught up in series. Chuck Wendig story made me want to go read the books that came before it. ...

    Super enjoyed. I have been a fan of Kevin for a long time. I love Oberon more than anything. It was great to get to try out two more authors especially since my library has their books. Diving right in. ...

    Came for Kevin Hearne--I've only read D.S. Dawson in combination with KH but I'll definitely be looking for more of her work. The Chuck Wendig story left me feeling miserable so it's the reason why I didn't give this 5/5 but the other two were glorious. ...

    I give this 4 stars because I liked the first and second stories. The third was definitely not my style and I didn't enjoy it at all. ...

    I love this story!! Oberon is my favorite dog!!! ...

    I read this because of the Iron Druid Chronicles. So nice to find that Atticus and Oberon and Starbuck are doing all right. Lovely art, too. ...

  • Mo
    May 06, 2019

    Back in 2015 WAY COOL writers Kevin ?I play a druid on TV? Hearne, Delilah S. ?I sometimes call myself Lila Bowen? Dawson and Chuck ?the dark ornithologist? Wendig collaborated on a TASTY anthology of urban fantasy novellas Three Slices whose cohesive theme was ? cheese. ...

    This hardcover is published in two formats, the signed limited edition of 1500 copies and the lettered edition of 52 copies. This is copy 1385. Signed by Lila Bowen, Kevin Hearn, Chuck Wendig. Contents: 007 - Kevin Hearn - "The Buzz Kill" - An Oberon Meaty Mystery 103 - Lila Bow...

    Three good stories. I came for the Kevin Hearne story but was more impressed with Lila Bowen's and Chuck Hearne's tales. But fans of any of the three will be pleased. ...

    Shamelessly liking this So I only got this book for the first story, by Kevin Hearne. You?ll never guess why. My name appears in this story because at a charitable auction held at the Libertycon SF convention in Chattanooga, Kevin offered up an opportunity to be in his world. W...

    Kevin Hearn - Buzz Kill What can I say, anything with Oberon involved speaks to my crazy dog lady. I enjoyed his newest meaty mystery and Starbuck's growing vocabulary. I was a bit excited when I thought Atticus' Irish lilt would be constant throughout the storyline but wasn't disapp...

    Death & Honey is an anthology of three unrelated novellas from some of the best urban fantasy/fantasy authors of our time? Each book has a loose connection to bees, honey, and death? The Buzz Kill, read by Luke Daniels. Speed 1.5x Picking up several months after the dramati...

    Only read "The Buzz Kill" but I really enjoyed it ...

    Hearne and Bowen?s stories were phenomenal. I initially read this only for Kevin Hearne, but I am now 100% invested in reading the series that Bowen?s short story came from. I will not, however, touch Wendig?s with a ten foot pole. The third story just felt like a few hours...

    currently having a love hate relationship with this story line. While I get a writers desire to transfer some bit of wisdom, or idea or whatever, I read fantasy to escape the blood sucking depression of everyday life. not appreciating Atticus' continued ... time out shall we say, keep ...

    3.5 The Buzz Kill = 4.5 First of Bees = 2.5 Interlude: Tanager = 4 ...

    Perfect I just finished Vultures and I finished the other two series before that. These stories are the perfect way to get another taste of those worlds. I would love more. Following Wren further, following Owen and his grove, or following Winifred's daughter and learning more about...

    Soooo... The Buzz Kill: An Oberon's Meaty Mystery by Kevin Hearne Short Story One by Kevin Hearn was hilarious, charming, and delicious soul food. This story is one of Oberon's Meaty mystery series. The story takes place just after the end of the final Iron Druid book in Australia....

    An interesting anthology which seems to be post-conclusion stories. In Death and Honey, each story has a central theme of Death and Honey. I know, you probably could have figured that out without me. It also appears to feature characters whose stories have concluded already and it g...

    I knocked off a star because I didn't really enjoy the Chuck Wendig story in this collection. Kevin Hearne did his usual excellent job of putting the thoughts of Oberon the Irish Wolfhound and Starbuck the Boston Terrier on to the page and making the characters pop. The bee puns in ...

    One story was GREAT, the others not so much. I'll be honest, I bought this book solely for Kevin Hearne's story! I love The Iron Druid Novels and especially Oberon the dog. That story was the great one but I might be a bit biased. The second story was a dud, the third story was just ok...

    Three novellas, three authors. The first, from Kevin Hearne, was a solid entry in the Iron Druid series of stories, this time focused more on solving a crime than battling some ancient god. As usual, witty and fun. The second entry by Delilah S. Dawson, was a mostly forgettable ...

    The Buzz Kill (An Oberon's Meaty Mystery) By Kevin Hearn Written like it's aimed at an elementary school aged reader. And the murderer's motive was flimsy. Not inclined to read more by this author. Grist Of Bees (A Shadow Novella) By Lila Bowen (aka Delilah S. Dawson) Fe...

  • Greg
    Jun 17, 2019

    Back in 2015 WAY COOL writers Kevin ?I play a druid on TV? Hearne, Delilah S. ?I sometimes call myself Lila Bowen? Dawson and Chuck ?the dark ornithologist? Wendig collaborated on a TASTY anthology of urban fantasy novellas Three Slices whose cohesive theme was ? cheese. ...

    This hardcover is published in two formats, the signed limited edition of 1500 copies and the lettered edition of 52 copies. This is copy 1385. Signed by Lila Bowen, Kevin Hearn, Chuck Wendig. Contents: 007 - Kevin Hearn - "The Buzz Kill" - An Oberon Meaty Mystery 103 - Lila Bow...

    Three good stories. I came for the Kevin Hearne story but was more impressed with Lila Bowen's and Chuck Hearne's tales. But fans of any of the three will be pleased. ...

    Shamelessly liking this So I only got this book for the first story, by Kevin Hearne. You?ll never guess why. My name appears in this story because at a charitable auction held at the Libertycon SF convention in Chattanooga, Kevin offered up an opportunity to be in his world. W...

    Kevin Hearn - Buzz Kill What can I say, anything with Oberon involved speaks to my crazy dog lady. I enjoyed his newest meaty mystery and Starbuck's growing vocabulary. I was a bit excited when I thought Atticus' Irish lilt would be constant throughout the storyline but wasn't disapp...

    Death & Honey is an anthology of three unrelated novellas from some of the best urban fantasy/fantasy authors of our time? Each book has a loose connection to bees, honey, and death? The Buzz Kill, read by Luke Daniels. Speed 1.5x Picking up several months after the dramati...

    Only read "The Buzz Kill" but I really enjoyed it ...

    Hearne and Bowen?s stories were phenomenal. I initially read this only for Kevin Hearne, but I am now 100% invested in reading the series that Bowen?s short story came from. I will not, however, touch Wendig?s with a ten foot pole. The third story just felt like a few hours...

    currently having a love hate relationship with this story line. While I get a writers desire to transfer some bit of wisdom, or idea or whatever, I read fantasy to escape the blood sucking depression of everyday life. not appreciating Atticus' continued ... time out shall we say, keep ...

    3.5 The Buzz Kill = 4.5 First of Bees = 2.5 Interlude: Tanager = 4 ...

    Perfect I just finished Vultures and I finished the other two series before that. These stories are the perfect way to get another taste of those worlds. I would love more. Following Wren further, following Owen and his grove, or following Winifred's daughter and learning more about...

    Soooo... The Buzz Kill: An Oberon's Meaty Mystery by Kevin Hearne Short Story One by Kevin Hearn was hilarious, charming, and delicious soul food. This story is one of Oberon's Meaty mystery series. The story takes place just after the end of the final Iron Druid book in Australia....

    An interesting anthology which seems to be post-conclusion stories. In Death and Honey, each story has a central theme of Death and Honey. I know, you probably could have figured that out without me. It also appears to feature characters whose stories have concluded already and it g...

    I knocked off a star because I didn't really enjoy the Chuck Wendig story in this collection. Kevin Hearne did his usual excellent job of putting the thoughts of Oberon the Irish Wolfhound and Starbuck the Boston Terrier on to the page and making the characters pop. The bee puns in ...

    One story was GREAT, the others not so much. I'll be honest, I bought this book solely for Kevin Hearne's story! I love The Iron Druid Novels and especially Oberon the dog. That story was the great one but I might be a bit biased. The second story was a dud, the third story was just ok...

    Three novellas, three authors. The first, from Kevin Hearne, was a solid entry in the Iron Druid series of stories, this time focused more on solving a crime than battling some ancient god. As usual, witty and fun. The second entry by Delilah S. Dawson, was a mostly forgettable ...

    The Buzz Kill (An Oberon's Meaty Mystery) By Kevin Hearn Written like it's aimed at an elementary school aged reader. And the murderer's motive was flimsy. Not inclined to read more by this author. Grist Of Bees (A Shadow Novella) By Lila Bowen (aka Delilah S. Dawson) Fe...

    I only picked this up for the new Oberons Meaty Mystery and damn am I glad I did. This novella encompassed a lot of what made the fans of the series, fans. It was funny, heartfelt, and full of delicious sounding foods. I really feel like this wrapped up the series in a way that was bet...

    The price is worth Oberons Meaty Mysteries. I'm happy to have the chance to catch another Meaty Mystery. The other two stories were lackluster. I might have liked them better if Oberons story was last. Oberons Meaty Mysteries gets a 10 star out of 5 cause it's great. The others I wo...

    I enjoyed the Hearne novella, another of his stories from the point of view of the Druid's dog. The other two stories, thought, were just weird. Not my style at all, and very different in tone and writing style from The Buzz Kill. Seemingly the only thing the three stories had in commo...

  • Cass
    Apr 30, 2019

    Back in 2015 WAY COOL writers Kevin ?I play a druid on TV? Hearne, Delilah S. ?I sometimes call myself Lila Bowen? Dawson and Chuck ?the dark ornithologist? Wendig collaborated on a TASTY anthology of urban fantasy novellas Three Slices whose cohesive theme was ? cheese. ...

    This hardcover is published in two formats, the signed limited edition of 1500 copies and the lettered edition of 52 copies. This is copy 1385. Signed by Lila Bowen, Kevin Hearn, Chuck Wendig. Contents: 007 - Kevin Hearn - "The Buzz Kill" - An Oberon Meaty Mystery 103 - Lila Bow...

    Three good stories. I came for the Kevin Hearne story but was more impressed with Lila Bowen's and Chuck Hearne's tales. But fans of any of the three will be pleased. ...

    Shamelessly liking this So I only got this book for the first story, by Kevin Hearne. You?ll never guess why. My name appears in this story because at a charitable auction held at the Libertycon SF convention in Chattanooga, Kevin offered up an opportunity to be in his world. W...

    Kevin Hearn - Buzz Kill What can I say, anything with Oberon involved speaks to my crazy dog lady. I enjoyed his newest meaty mystery and Starbuck's growing vocabulary. I was a bit excited when I thought Atticus' Irish lilt would be constant throughout the storyline but wasn't disapp...

    Death & Honey is an anthology of three unrelated novellas from some of the best urban fantasy/fantasy authors of our time? Each book has a loose connection to bees, honey, and death? The Buzz Kill, read by Luke Daniels. Speed 1.5x Picking up several months after the dramati...

    Only read "The Buzz Kill" but I really enjoyed it ...

    Hearne and Bowen?s stories were phenomenal. I initially read this only for Kevin Hearne, but I am now 100% invested in reading the series that Bowen?s short story came from. I will not, however, touch Wendig?s with a ten foot pole. The third story just felt like a few hours...

    currently having a love hate relationship with this story line. While I get a writers desire to transfer some bit of wisdom, or idea or whatever, I read fantasy to escape the blood sucking depression of everyday life. not appreciating Atticus' continued ... time out shall we say, keep ...

    3.5 The Buzz Kill = 4.5 First of Bees = 2.5 Interlude: Tanager = 4 ...

    Perfect I just finished Vultures and I finished the other two series before that. These stories are the perfect way to get another taste of those worlds. I would love more. Following Wren further, following Owen and his grove, or following Winifred's daughter and learning more about...

    Soooo... The Buzz Kill: An Oberon's Meaty Mystery by Kevin Hearne Short Story One by Kevin Hearn was hilarious, charming, and delicious soul food. This story is one of Oberon's Meaty mystery series. The story takes place just after the end of the final Iron Druid book in Australia....

    An interesting anthology which seems to be post-conclusion stories. In Death and Honey, each story has a central theme of Death and Honey. I know, you probably could have figured that out without me. It also appears to feature characters whose stories have concluded already and it g...

    I knocked off a star because I didn't really enjoy the Chuck Wendig story in this collection. Kevin Hearne did his usual excellent job of putting the thoughts of Oberon the Irish Wolfhound and Starbuck the Boston Terrier on to the page and making the characters pop. The bee puns in ...

    One story was GREAT, the others not so much. I'll be honest, I bought this book solely for Kevin Hearne's story! I love The Iron Druid Novels and especially Oberon the dog. That story was the great one but I might be a bit biased. The second story was a dud, the third story was just ok...

    Three novellas, three authors. The first, from Kevin Hearne, was a solid entry in the Iron Druid series of stories, this time focused more on solving a crime than battling some ancient god. As usual, witty and fun. The second entry by Delilah S. Dawson, was a mostly forgettable ...

    The Buzz Kill (An Oberon's Meaty Mystery) By Kevin Hearn Written like it's aimed at an elementary school aged reader. And the murderer's motive was flimsy. Not inclined to read more by this author. Grist Of Bees (A Shadow Novella) By Lila Bowen (aka Delilah S. Dawson) Fe...

    I only picked this up for the new Oberons Meaty Mystery and damn am I glad I did. This novella encompassed a lot of what made the fans of the series, fans. It was funny, heartfelt, and full of delicious sounding foods. I really feel like this wrapped up the series in a way that was bet...

    The price is worth Oberons Meaty Mysteries. I'm happy to have the chance to catch another Meaty Mystery. The other two stories were lackluster. I might have liked them better if Oberons story was last. Oberons Meaty Mysteries gets a 10 star out of 5 cause it's great. The others I wo...

    I enjoyed the Hearne novella, another of his stories from the point of view of the Druid's dog. The other two stories, thought, were just weird. Not my style at all, and very different in tone and writing style from The Buzz Kill. Seemingly the only thing the three stories had in commo...

    Pretty cute! As described on the label. This collection contains SPOILERS for the three series they revisit. (I feel like I knew that but I was kind of shocked when the recaps happened.) Loved seeing Oberon and Starbuck again! Loved seeing Rhett. Ren was interesting! (I haven't read...

    I read only Buzz Kill because I had read the entire Iron Druid series by Kevin Hearne and I wanted to read the novella that was kind of a wrap-up for this series. There will be at least one more Iron Druid novella with Owen and Slomo! And I understand that Kevin Hearne is planning a fo...

    I was sold on this book just on the Authors.. didnt read the spine, didnt look into it, Im just a fan. Death & Honey is not just the title, but also the interconnected theme to the three stories. A lot of humour (dark and light), fantastic stories, Magic, interesting worlds (on...

    Not sure whether I will read the other stories but the Iron Druid/Oberon story is a quick mystery with Oberon making friends with the locals for his favorite druid. I probably will read the Delilah Devon but not the Chuck Wendig. Not that his stories aren't good but he is a little t...

    Oberon story and Lila Bowen story were good, but not great, because these stories are set farther in the series; I probably would have appreciated them more if I was caught up in series. Chuck Wendig story made me want to go read the books that came before it. ...

    Super enjoyed. I have been a fan of Kevin for a long time. I love Oberon more than anything. It was great to get to try out two more authors especially since my library has their books. Diving right in. ...

    Came for Kevin Hearne--I've only read D.S. Dawson in combination with KH but I'll definitely be looking for more of her work. The Chuck Wendig story left me feeling miserable so it's the reason why I didn't give this 5/5 but the other two were glorious. ...

    I give this 4 stars because I liked the first and second stories. The third was definitely not my style and I didn't enjoy it at all. ...

  • Lucy Dosch
    May 03, 2019

    Back in 2015 WAY COOL writers Kevin ?I play a druid on TV? Hearne, Delilah S. ?I sometimes call myself Lila Bowen? Dawson and Chuck ?the dark ornithologist? Wendig collaborated on a TASTY anthology of urban fantasy novellas Three Slices whose cohesive theme was ? cheese. ...

    This hardcover is published in two formats, the signed limited edition of 1500 copies and the lettered edition of 52 copies. This is copy 1385. Signed by Lila Bowen, Kevin Hearn, Chuck Wendig. Contents: 007 - Kevin Hearn - "The Buzz Kill" - An Oberon Meaty Mystery 103 - Lila Bow...

    Three good stories. I came for the Kevin Hearne story but was more impressed with Lila Bowen's and Chuck Hearne's tales. But fans of any of the three will be pleased. ...

    Shamelessly liking this So I only got this book for the first story, by Kevin Hearne. You?ll never guess why. My name appears in this story because at a charitable auction held at the Libertycon SF convention in Chattanooga, Kevin offered up an opportunity to be in his world. W...

    Kevin Hearn - Buzz Kill What can I say, anything with Oberon involved speaks to my crazy dog lady. I enjoyed his newest meaty mystery and Starbuck's growing vocabulary. I was a bit excited when I thought Atticus' Irish lilt would be constant throughout the storyline but wasn't disapp...

    Death & Honey is an anthology of three unrelated novellas from some of the best urban fantasy/fantasy authors of our time? Each book has a loose connection to bees, honey, and death? The Buzz Kill, read by Luke Daniels. Speed 1.5x Picking up several months after the dramati...

    Only read "The Buzz Kill" but I really enjoyed it ...

    Hearne and Bowen?s stories were phenomenal. I initially read this only for Kevin Hearne, but I am now 100% invested in reading the series that Bowen?s short story came from. I will not, however, touch Wendig?s with a ten foot pole. The third story just felt like a few hours...

    currently having a love hate relationship with this story line. While I get a writers desire to transfer some bit of wisdom, or idea or whatever, I read fantasy to escape the blood sucking depression of everyday life. not appreciating Atticus' continued ... time out shall we say, keep ...

    3.5 The Buzz Kill = 4.5 First of Bees = 2.5 Interlude: Tanager = 4 ...

    Perfect I just finished Vultures and I finished the other two series before that. These stories are the perfect way to get another taste of those worlds. I would love more. Following Wren further, following Owen and his grove, or following Winifred's daughter and learning more about...

    Soooo... The Buzz Kill: An Oberon's Meaty Mystery by Kevin Hearne Short Story One by Kevin Hearn was hilarious, charming, and delicious soul food. This story is one of Oberon's Meaty mystery series. The story takes place just after the end of the final Iron Druid book in Australia....

    An interesting anthology which seems to be post-conclusion stories. In Death and Honey, each story has a central theme of Death and Honey. I know, you probably could have figured that out without me. It also appears to feature characters whose stories have concluded already and it g...

  • Karl
    Mar 06, 2019

    Back in 2015 WAY COOL writers Kevin ?I play a druid on TV? Hearne, Delilah S. ?I sometimes call myself Lila Bowen? Dawson and Chuck ?the dark ornithologist? Wendig collaborated on a TASTY anthology of urban fantasy novellas Three Slices whose cohesive theme was ? cheese. ...

    This hardcover is published in two formats, the signed limited edition of 1500 copies and the lettered edition of 52 copies. This is copy 1385. Signed by Lila Bowen, Kevin Hearn, Chuck Wendig. Contents: 007 - Kevin Hearn - "The Buzz Kill" - An Oberon Meaty Mystery 103 - Lila Bow...

  • Brian
    Mar 10, 2019

    Back in 2015 WAY COOL writers Kevin ?I play a druid on TV? Hearne, Delilah S. ?I sometimes call myself Lila Bowen? Dawson and Chuck ?the dark ornithologist? Wendig collaborated on a TASTY anthology of urban fantasy novellas Three Slices whose cohesive theme was ? cheese. ...

    This hardcover is published in two formats, the signed limited edition of 1500 copies and the lettered edition of 52 copies. This is copy 1385. Signed by Lila Bowen, Kevin Hearn, Chuck Wendig. Contents: 007 - Kevin Hearn - "The Buzz Kill" - An Oberon Meaty Mystery 103 - Lila Bow...

    Three good stories. I came for the Kevin Hearne story but was more impressed with Lila Bowen's and Chuck Hearne's tales. But fans of any of the three will be pleased. ...

    Shamelessly liking this So I only got this book for the first story, by Kevin Hearne. You?ll never guess why. My name appears in this story because at a charitable auction held at the Libertycon SF convention in Chattanooga, Kevin offered up an opportunity to be in his world. W...

    Kevin Hearn - Buzz Kill What can I say, anything with Oberon involved speaks to my crazy dog lady. I enjoyed his newest meaty mystery and Starbuck's growing vocabulary. I was a bit excited when I thought Atticus' Irish lilt would be constant throughout the storyline but wasn't disapp...

    Death & Honey is an anthology of three unrelated novellas from some of the best urban fantasy/fantasy authors of our time? Each book has a loose connection to bees, honey, and death? The Buzz Kill, read by Luke Daniels. Speed 1.5x Picking up several months after the dramati...

    Only read "The Buzz Kill" but I really enjoyed it ...

    Hearne and Bowen?s stories were phenomenal. I initially read this only for Kevin Hearne, but I am now 100% invested in reading the series that Bowen?s short story came from. I will not, however, touch Wendig?s with a ten foot pole. The third story just felt like a few hours...

    currently having a love hate relationship with this story line. While I get a writers desire to transfer some bit of wisdom, or idea or whatever, I read fantasy to escape the blood sucking depression of everyday life. not appreciating Atticus' continued ... time out shall we say, keep ...

    3.5 The Buzz Kill = 4.5 First of Bees = 2.5 Interlude: Tanager = 4 ...

    Perfect I just finished Vultures and I finished the other two series before that. These stories are the perfect way to get another taste of those worlds. I would love more. Following Wren further, following Owen and his grove, or following Winifred's daughter and learning more about...

    Soooo... The Buzz Kill: An Oberon's Meaty Mystery by Kevin Hearne Short Story One by Kevin Hearn was hilarious, charming, and delicious soul food. This story is one of Oberon's Meaty mystery series. The story takes place just after the end of the final Iron Druid book in Australia....

    An interesting anthology which seems to be post-conclusion stories. In Death and Honey, each story has a central theme of Death and Honey. I know, you probably could have figured that out without me. It also appears to feature characters whose stories have concluded already and it g...

    I knocked off a star because I didn't really enjoy the Chuck Wendig story in this collection. Kevin Hearne did his usual excellent job of putting the thoughts of Oberon the Irish Wolfhound and Starbuck the Boston Terrier on to the page and making the characters pop. The bee puns in ...

    One story was GREAT, the others not so much. I'll be honest, I bought this book solely for Kevin Hearne's story! I love The Iron Druid Novels and especially Oberon the dog. That story was the great one but I might be a bit biased. The second story was a dud, the third story was just ok...

    Three novellas, three authors. The first, from Kevin Hearne, was a solid entry in the Iron Druid series of stories, this time focused more on solving a crime than battling some ancient god. As usual, witty and fun. The second entry by Delilah S. Dawson, was a mostly forgettable ...

  • Holly
    Mar 24, 2019

    Back in 2015 WAY COOL writers Kevin ?I play a druid on TV? Hearne, Delilah S. ?I sometimes call myself Lila Bowen? Dawson and Chuck ?the dark ornithologist? Wendig collaborated on a TASTY anthology of urban fantasy novellas Three Slices whose cohesive theme was ? cheese. ...

    This hardcover is published in two formats, the signed limited edition of 1500 copies and the lettered edition of 52 copies. This is copy 1385. Signed by Lila Bowen, Kevin Hearn, Chuck Wendig. Contents: 007 - Kevin Hearn - "The Buzz Kill" - An Oberon Meaty Mystery 103 - Lila Bow...

    Three good stories. I came for the Kevin Hearne story but was more impressed with Lila Bowen's and Chuck Hearne's tales. But fans of any of the three will be pleased. ...

    Shamelessly liking this So I only got this book for the first story, by Kevin Hearne. You?ll never guess why. My name appears in this story because at a charitable auction held at the Libertycon SF convention in Chattanooga, Kevin offered up an opportunity to be in his world. W...

    Kevin Hearn - Buzz Kill What can I say, anything with Oberon involved speaks to my crazy dog lady. I enjoyed his newest meaty mystery and Starbuck's growing vocabulary. I was a bit excited when I thought Atticus' Irish lilt would be constant throughout the storyline but wasn't disapp...

    Death & Honey is an anthology of three unrelated novellas from some of the best urban fantasy/fantasy authors of our time? Each book has a loose connection to bees, honey, and death? The Buzz Kill, read by Luke Daniels. Speed 1.5x Picking up several months after the dramati...

    Only read "The Buzz Kill" but I really enjoyed it ...

    Hearne and Bowen?s stories were phenomenal. I initially read this only for Kevin Hearne, but I am now 100% invested in reading the series that Bowen?s short story came from. I will not, however, touch Wendig?s with a ten foot pole. The third story just felt like a few hours...

    currently having a love hate relationship with this story line. While I get a writers desire to transfer some bit of wisdom, or idea or whatever, I read fantasy to escape the blood sucking depression of everyday life. not appreciating Atticus' continued ... time out shall we say, keep ...

    3.5 The Buzz Kill = 4.5 First of Bees = 2.5 Interlude: Tanager = 4 ...

    Perfect I just finished Vultures and I finished the other two series before that. These stories are the perfect way to get another taste of those worlds. I would love more. Following Wren further, following Owen and his grove, or following Winifred's daughter and learning more about...

    Soooo... The Buzz Kill: An Oberon's Meaty Mystery by Kevin Hearne Short Story One by Kevin Hearn was hilarious, charming, and delicious soul food. This story is one of Oberon's Meaty mystery series. The story takes place just after the end of the final Iron Druid book in Australia....

  • Beth
    Mar 01, 2019

    Back in 2015 WAY COOL writers Kevin ?I play a druid on TV? Hearne, Delilah S. ?I sometimes call myself Lila Bowen? Dawson and Chuck ?the dark ornithologist? Wendig collaborated on a TASTY anthology of urban fantasy novellas Three Slices whose cohesive theme was ? cheese. ...

    This hardcover is published in two formats, the signed limited edition of 1500 copies and the lettered edition of 52 copies. This is copy 1385. Signed by Lila Bowen, Kevin Hearn, Chuck Wendig. Contents: 007 - Kevin Hearn - "The Buzz Kill" - An Oberon Meaty Mystery 103 - Lila Bow...

    Three good stories. I came for the Kevin Hearne story but was more impressed with Lila Bowen's and Chuck Hearne's tales. But fans of any of the three will be pleased. ...

    Shamelessly liking this So I only got this book for the first story, by Kevin Hearne. You?ll never guess why. My name appears in this story because at a charitable auction held at the Libertycon SF convention in Chattanooga, Kevin offered up an opportunity to be in his world. W...

    Kevin Hearn - Buzz Kill What can I say, anything with Oberon involved speaks to my crazy dog lady. I enjoyed his newest meaty mystery and Starbuck's growing vocabulary. I was a bit excited when I thought Atticus' Irish lilt would be constant throughout the storyline but wasn't disapp...

    Death & Honey is an anthology of three unrelated novellas from some of the best urban fantasy/fantasy authors of our time? Each book has a loose connection to bees, honey, and death? The Buzz Kill, read by Luke Daniels. Speed 1.5x Picking up several months after the dramati...

    Only read "The Buzz Kill" but I really enjoyed it ...

    Hearne and Bowen?s stories were phenomenal. I initially read this only for Kevin Hearne, but I am now 100% invested in reading the series that Bowen?s short story came from. I will not, however, touch Wendig?s with a ten foot pole. The third story just felt like a few hours...

    currently having a love hate relationship with this story line. While I get a writers desire to transfer some bit of wisdom, or idea or whatever, I read fantasy to escape the blood sucking depression of everyday life. not appreciating Atticus' continued ... time out shall we say, keep ...

  • Jen (That's What I'm Talking About)
    Mar 10, 2019

    Back in 2015 WAY COOL writers Kevin ?I play a druid on TV? Hearne, Delilah S. ?I sometimes call myself Lila Bowen? Dawson and Chuck ?the dark ornithologist? Wendig collaborated on a TASTY anthology of urban fantasy novellas Three Slices whose cohesive theme was ? cheese. ...

    This hardcover is published in two formats, the signed limited edition of 1500 copies and the lettered edition of 52 copies. This is copy 1385. Signed by Lila Bowen, Kevin Hearn, Chuck Wendig. Contents: 007 - Kevin Hearn - "The Buzz Kill" - An Oberon Meaty Mystery 103 - Lila Bow...

    Three good stories. I came for the Kevin Hearne story but was more impressed with Lila Bowen's and Chuck Hearne's tales. But fans of any of the three will be pleased. ...

    Shamelessly liking this So I only got this book for the first story, by Kevin Hearne. You?ll never guess why. My name appears in this story because at a charitable auction held at the Libertycon SF convention in Chattanooga, Kevin offered up an opportunity to be in his world. W...

    Kevin Hearn - Buzz Kill What can I say, anything with Oberon involved speaks to my crazy dog lady. I enjoyed his newest meaty mystery and Starbuck's growing vocabulary. I was a bit excited when I thought Atticus' Irish lilt would be constant throughout the storyline but wasn't disapp...

    Death & Honey is an anthology of three unrelated novellas from some of the best urban fantasy/fantasy authors of our time? Each book has a loose connection to bees, honey, and death? The Buzz Kill, read by Luke Daniels. Speed 1.5x Picking up several months after the dramati...

  • Helen Robare
    Apr 05, 2019

    Back in 2015 WAY COOL writers Kevin ?I play a druid on TV? Hearne, Delilah S. ?I sometimes call myself Lila Bowen? Dawson and Chuck ?the dark ornithologist? Wendig collaborated on a TASTY anthology of urban fantasy novellas Three Slices whose cohesive theme was ? cheese. ...

    This hardcover is published in two formats, the signed limited edition of 1500 copies and the lettered edition of 52 copies. This is copy 1385. Signed by Lila Bowen, Kevin Hearn, Chuck Wendig. Contents: 007 - Kevin Hearn - "The Buzz Kill" - An Oberon Meaty Mystery 103 - Lila Bow...

    Three good stories. I came for the Kevin Hearne story but was more impressed with Lila Bowen's and Chuck Hearne's tales. But fans of any of the three will be pleased. ...

    Shamelessly liking this So I only got this book for the first story, by Kevin Hearne. You?ll never guess why. My name appears in this story because at a charitable auction held at the Libertycon SF convention in Chattanooga, Kevin offered up an opportunity to be in his world. W...

    Kevin Hearn - Buzz Kill What can I say, anything with Oberon involved speaks to my crazy dog lady. I enjoyed his newest meaty mystery and Starbuck's growing vocabulary. I was a bit excited when I thought Atticus' Irish lilt would be constant throughout the storyline but wasn't disapp...

    Death & Honey is an anthology of three unrelated novellas from some of the best urban fantasy/fantasy authors of our time? Each book has a loose connection to bees, honey, and death? The Buzz Kill, read by Luke Daniels. Speed 1.5x Picking up several months after the dramati...

    Only read "The Buzz Kill" but I really enjoyed it ...

    Hearne and Bowen?s stories were phenomenal. I initially read this only for Kevin Hearne, but I am now 100% invested in reading the series that Bowen?s short story came from. I will not, however, touch Wendig?s with a ten foot pole. The third story just felt like a few hours...

    currently having a love hate relationship with this story line. While I get a writers desire to transfer some bit of wisdom, or idea or whatever, I read fantasy to escape the blood sucking depression of everyday life. not appreciating Atticus' continued ... time out shall we say, keep ...

    3.5 The Buzz Kill = 4.5 First of Bees = 2.5 Interlude: Tanager = 4 ...

    Perfect I just finished Vultures and I finished the other two series before that. These stories are the perfect way to get another taste of those worlds. I would love more. Following Wren further, following Owen and his grove, or following Winifred's daughter and learning more about...

    Soooo... The Buzz Kill: An Oberon's Meaty Mystery by Kevin Hearne Short Story One by Kevin Hearn was hilarious, charming, and delicious soul food. This story is one of Oberon's Meaty mystery series. The story takes place just after the end of the final Iron Druid book in Australia....

    An interesting anthology which seems to be post-conclusion stories. In Death and Honey, each story has a central theme of Death and Honey. I know, you probably could have figured that out without me. It also appears to feature characters whose stories have concluded already and it g...

    I knocked off a star because I didn't really enjoy the Chuck Wendig story in this collection. Kevin Hearne did his usual excellent job of putting the thoughts of Oberon the Irish Wolfhound and Starbuck the Boston Terrier on to the page and making the characters pop. The bee puns in ...

    One story was GREAT, the others not so much. I'll be honest, I bought this book solely for Kevin Hearne's story! I love The Iron Druid Novels and especially Oberon the dog. That story was the great one but I might be a bit biased. The second story was a dud, the third story was just ok...

  • Lyn
    Mar 17, 2019

    Back in 2015 WAY COOL writers Kevin ?I play a druid on TV? Hearne, Delilah S. ?I sometimes call myself Lila Bowen? Dawson and Chuck ?the dark ornithologist? Wendig collaborated on a TASTY anthology of urban fantasy novellas Three Slices whose cohesive theme was ? cheese. ...

  • Nana  Devourer of Tomes
    Apr 29, 2019

    Back in 2015 WAY COOL writers Kevin ?I play a druid on TV? Hearne, Delilah S. ?I sometimes call myself Lila Bowen? Dawson and Chuck ?the dark ornithologist? Wendig collaborated on a TASTY anthology of urban fantasy novellas Three Slices whose cohesive theme was ? cheese. ...

    This hardcover is published in two formats, the signed limited edition of 1500 copies and the lettered edition of 52 copies. This is copy 1385. Signed by Lila Bowen, Kevin Hearn, Chuck Wendig. Contents: 007 - Kevin Hearn - "The Buzz Kill" - An Oberon Meaty Mystery 103 - Lila Bow...

    Three good stories. I came for the Kevin Hearne story but was more impressed with Lila Bowen's and Chuck Hearne's tales. But fans of any of the three will be pleased. ...

    Shamelessly liking this So I only got this book for the first story, by Kevin Hearne. You?ll never guess why. My name appears in this story because at a charitable auction held at the Libertycon SF convention in Chattanooga, Kevin offered up an opportunity to be in his world. W...

    Kevin Hearn - Buzz Kill What can I say, anything with Oberon involved speaks to my crazy dog lady. I enjoyed his newest meaty mystery and Starbuck's growing vocabulary. I was a bit excited when I thought Atticus' Irish lilt would be constant throughout the storyline but wasn't disapp...

    Death & Honey is an anthology of three unrelated novellas from some of the best urban fantasy/fantasy authors of our time? Each book has a loose connection to bees, honey, and death? The Buzz Kill, read by Luke Daniels. Speed 1.5x Picking up several months after the dramati...

    Only read "The Buzz Kill" but I really enjoyed it ...

    Hearne and Bowen?s stories were phenomenal. I initially read this only for Kevin Hearne, but I am now 100% invested in reading the series that Bowen?s short story came from. I will not, however, touch Wendig?s with a ten foot pole. The third story just felt like a few hours...

    currently having a love hate relationship with this story line. While I get a writers desire to transfer some bit of wisdom, or idea or whatever, I read fantasy to escape the blood sucking depression of everyday life. not appreciating Atticus' continued ... time out shall we say, keep ...

    3.5 The Buzz Kill = 4.5 First of Bees = 2.5 Interlude: Tanager = 4 ...

    Perfect I just finished Vultures and I finished the other two series before that. These stories are the perfect way to get another taste of those worlds. I would love more. Following Wren further, following Owen and his grove, or following Winifred's daughter and learning more about...

    Soooo... The Buzz Kill: An Oberon's Meaty Mystery by Kevin Hearne Short Story One by Kevin Hearn was hilarious, charming, and delicious soul food. This story is one of Oberon's Meaty mystery series. The story takes place just after the end of the final Iron Druid book in Australia....

    An interesting anthology which seems to be post-conclusion stories. In Death and Honey, each story has a central theme of Death and Honey. I know, you probably could have figured that out without me. It also appears to feature characters whose stories have concluded already and it g...

    I knocked off a star because I didn't really enjoy the Chuck Wendig story in this collection. Kevin Hearne did his usual excellent job of putting the thoughts of Oberon the Irish Wolfhound and Starbuck the Boston Terrier on to the page and making the characters pop. The bee puns in ...

    One story was GREAT, the others not so much. I'll be honest, I bought this book solely for Kevin Hearne's story! I love The Iron Druid Novels and especially Oberon the dog. That story was the great one but I might be a bit biased. The second story was a dud, the third story was just ok...

    Three novellas, three authors. The first, from Kevin Hearne, was a solid entry in the Iron Druid series of stories, this time focused more on solving a crime than battling some ancient god. As usual, witty and fun. The second entry by Delilah S. Dawson, was a mostly forgettable ...

    The Buzz Kill (An Oberon's Meaty Mystery) By Kevin Hearn Written like it's aimed at an elementary school aged reader. And the murderer's motive was flimsy. Not inclined to read more by this author. Grist Of Bees (A Shadow Novella) By Lila Bowen (aka Delilah S. Dawson) Fe...

    I only picked this up for the new Oberons Meaty Mystery and damn am I glad I did. This novella encompassed a lot of what made the fans of the series, fans. It was funny, heartfelt, and full of delicious sounding foods. I really feel like this wrapped up the series in a way that was bet...

    The price is worth Oberons Meaty Mysteries. I'm happy to have the chance to catch another Meaty Mystery. The other two stories were lackluster. I might have liked them better if Oberons story was last. Oberons Meaty Mysteries gets a 10 star out of 5 cause it's great. The others I wo...

    I enjoyed the Hearne novella, another of his stories from the point of view of the Druid's dog. The other two stories, thought, were just weird. Not my style at all, and very different in tone and writing style from The Buzz Kill. Seemingly the only thing the three stories had in commo...

    Pretty cute! As described on the label. This collection contains SPOILERS for the three series they revisit. (I feel like I knew that but I was kind of shocked when the recaps happened.) Loved seeing Oberon and Starbuck again! Loved seeing Rhett. Ren was interesting! (I haven't read...

    I read only Buzz Kill because I had read the entire Iron Druid series by Kevin Hearne and I wanted to read the novella that was kind of a wrap-up for this series. There will be at least one more Iron Druid novella with Owen and Slomo! And I understand that Kevin Hearne is planning a fo...

    I was sold on this book just on the Authors.. didnt read the spine, didnt look into it, Im just a fan. Death & Honey is not just the title, but also the interconnected theme to the three stories. A lot of humour (dark and light), fantastic stories, Magic, interesting worlds (on...

    Not sure whether I will read the other stories but the Iron Druid/Oberon story is a quick mystery with Oberon making friends with the locals for his favorite druid. I probably will read the Delilah Devon but not the Chuck Wendig. Not that his stories aren't good but he is a little t...

    Oberon story and Lila Bowen story were good, but not great, because these stories are set farther in the series; I probably would have appreciated them more if I was caught up in series. Chuck Wendig story made me want to go read the books that came before it. ...

    Super enjoyed. I have been a fan of Kevin for a long time. I love Oberon more than anything. It was great to get to try out two more authors especially since my library has their books. Diving right in. ...

    Came for Kevin Hearne--I've only read D.S. Dawson in combination with KH but I'll definitely be looking for more of her work. The Chuck Wendig story left me feeling miserable so it's the reason why I didn't give this 5/5 but the other two were glorious. ...

  • Amyiw
    Mar 11, 2019

    Back in 2015 WAY COOL writers Kevin ?I play a druid on TV? Hearne, Delilah S. ?I sometimes call myself Lila Bowen? Dawson and Chuck ?the dark ornithologist? Wendig collaborated on a TASTY anthology of urban fantasy novellas Three Slices whose cohesive theme was ? cheese. ...

    This hardcover is published in two formats, the signed limited edition of 1500 copies and the lettered edition of 52 copies. This is copy 1385. Signed by Lila Bowen, Kevin Hearn, Chuck Wendig. Contents: 007 - Kevin Hearn - "The Buzz Kill" - An Oberon Meaty Mystery 103 - Lila Bow...

    Three good stories. I came for the Kevin Hearne story but was more impressed with Lila Bowen's and Chuck Hearne's tales. But fans of any of the three will be pleased. ...

    Shamelessly liking this So I only got this book for the first story, by Kevin Hearne. You?ll never guess why. My name appears in this story because at a charitable auction held at the Libertycon SF convention in Chattanooga, Kevin offered up an opportunity to be in his world. W...

    Kevin Hearn - Buzz Kill What can I say, anything with Oberon involved speaks to my crazy dog lady. I enjoyed his newest meaty mystery and Starbuck's growing vocabulary. I was a bit excited when I thought Atticus' Irish lilt would be constant throughout the storyline but wasn't disapp...

    Death & Honey is an anthology of three unrelated novellas from some of the best urban fantasy/fantasy authors of our time? Each book has a loose connection to bees, honey, and death? The Buzz Kill, read by Luke Daniels. Speed 1.5x Picking up several months after the dramati...

    Only read "The Buzz Kill" but I really enjoyed it ...

    Hearne and Bowen?s stories were phenomenal. I initially read this only for Kevin Hearne, but I am now 100% invested in reading the series that Bowen?s short story came from. I will not, however, touch Wendig?s with a ten foot pole. The third story just felt like a few hours...

    currently having a love hate relationship with this story line. While I get a writers desire to transfer some bit of wisdom, or idea or whatever, I read fantasy to escape the blood sucking depression of everyday life. not appreciating Atticus' continued ... time out shall we say, keep ...

    3.5 The Buzz Kill = 4.5 First of Bees = 2.5 Interlude: Tanager = 4 ...

    Perfect I just finished Vultures and I finished the other two series before that. These stories are the perfect way to get another taste of those worlds. I would love more. Following Wren further, following Owen and his grove, or following Winifred's daughter and learning more about...

    Soooo... The Buzz Kill: An Oberon's Meaty Mystery by Kevin Hearne Short Story One by Kevin Hearn was hilarious, charming, and delicious soul food. This story is one of Oberon's Meaty mystery series. The story takes place just after the end of the final Iron Druid book in Australia....

    An interesting anthology which seems to be post-conclusion stories. In Death and Honey, each story has a central theme of Death and Honey. I know, you probably could have figured that out without me. It also appears to feature characters whose stories have concluded already and it g...

    I knocked off a star because I didn't really enjoy the Chuck Wendig story in this collection. Kevin Hearne did his usual excellent job of putting the thoughts of Oberon the Irish Wolfhound and Starbuck the Boston Terrier on to the page and making the characters pop. The bee puns in ...

    One story was GREAT, the others not so much. I'll be honest, I bought this book solely for Kevin Hearne's story! I love The Iron Druid Novels and especially Oberon the dog. That story was the great one but I might be a bit biased. The second story was a dud, the third story was just ok...

    Three novellas, three authors. The first, from Kevin Hearne, was a solid entry in the Iron Druid series of stories, this time focused more on solving a crime than battling some ancient god. As usual, witty and fun. The second entry by Delilah S. Dawson, was a mostly forgettable ...

    The Buzz Kill (An Oberon's Meaty Mystery) By Kevin Hearn Written like it's aimed at an elementary school aged reader. And the murderer's motive was flimsy. Not inclined to read more by this author. Grist Of Bees (A Shadow Novella) By Lila Bowen (aka Delilah S. Dawson) Fe...

    I only picked this up for the new Oberons Meaty Mystery and damn am I glad I did. This novella encompassed a lot of what made the fans of the series, fans. It was funny, heartfelt, and full of delicious sounding foods. I really feel like this wrapped up the series in a way that was bet...

    The price is worth Oberons Meaty Mysteries. I'm happy to have the chance to catch another Meaty Mystery. The other two stories were lackluster. I might have liked them better if Oberons story was last. Oberons Meaty Mysteries gets a 10 star out of 5 cause it's great. The others I wo...

    I enjoyed the Hearne novella, another of his stories from the point of view of the Druid's dog. The other two stories, thought, were just weird. Not my style at all, and very different in tone and writing style from The Buzz Kill. Seemingly the only thing the three stories had in commo...

    Pretty cute! As described on the label. This collection contains SPOILERS for the three series they revisit. (I feel like I knew that but I was kind of shocked when the recaps happened.) Loved seeing Oberon and Starbuck again! Loved seeing Rhett. Ren was interesting! (I haven't read...

    I read only Buzz Kill because I had read the entire Iron Druid series by Kevin Hearne and I wanted to read the novella that was kind of a wrap-up for this series. There will be at least one more Iron Druid novella with Owen and Slomo! And I understand that Kevin Hearne is planning a fo...

    I was sold on this book just on the Authors.. didnt read the spine, didnt look into it, Im just a fan. Death & Honey is not just the title, but also the interconnected theme to the three stories. A lot of humour (dark and light), fantastic stories, Magic, interesting worlds (on...

    Not sure whether I will read the other stories but the Iron Druid/Oberon story is a quick mystery with Oberon making friends with the locals for his favorite druid. I probably will read the Delilah Devon but not the Chuck Wendig. Not that his stories aren't good but he is a little t...

  • Wes
    Feb 06, 2019

    Back in 2015 WAY COOL writers Kevin ?I play a druid on TV? Hearne, Delilah S. ?I sometimes call myself Lila Bowen? Dawson and Chuck ?the dark ornithologist? Wendig collaborated on a TASTY anthology of urban fantasy novellas Three Slices whose cohesive theme was ? cheese. ...

    This hardcover is published in two formats, the signed limited edition of 1500 copies and the lettered edition of 52 copies. This is copy 1385. Signed by Lila Bowen, Kevin Hearn, Chuck Wendig. Contents: 007 - Kevin Hearn - "The Buzz Kill" - An Oberon Meaty Mystery 103 - Lila Bow...

    Three good stories. I came for the Kevin Hearne story but was more impressed with Lila Bowen's and Chuck Hearne's tales. But fans of any of the three will be pleased. ...

  • Sonic Rainboom
    Mar 02, 2019

    Back in 2015 WAY COOL writers Kevin ?I play a druid on TV? Hearne, Delilah S. ?I sometimes call myself Lila Bowen? Dawson and Chuck ?the dark ornithologist? Wendig collaborated on a TASTY anthology of urban fantasy novellas Three Slices whose cohesive theme was ? cheese. ...

    This hardcover is published in two formats, the signed limited edition of 1500 copies and the lettered edition of 52 copies. This is copy 1385. Signed by Lila Bowen, Kevin Hearn, Chuck Wendig. Contents: 007 - Kevin Hearn - "The Buzz Kill" - An Oberon Meaty Mystery 103 - Lila Bow...

    Three good stories. I came for the Kevin Hearne story but was more impressed with Lila Bowen's and Chuck Hearne's tales. But fans of any of the three will be pleased. ...

    Shamelessly liking this So I only got this book for the first story, by Kevin Hearne. You?ll never guess why. My name appears in this story because at a charitable auction held at the Libertycon SF convention in Chattanooga, Kevin offered up an opportunity to be in his world. W...

    Kevin Hearn - Buzz Kill What can I say, anything with Oberon involved speaks to my crazy dog lady. I enjoyed his newest meaty mystery and Starbuck's growing vocabulary. I was a bit excited when I thought Atticus' Irish lilt would be constant throughout the storyline but wasn't disapp...

    Death & Honey is an anthology of three unrelated novellas from some of the best urban fantasy/fantasy authors of our time? Each book has a loose connection to bees, honey, and death? The Buzz Kill, read by Luke Daniels. Speed 1.5x Picking up several months after the dramati...

    Only read "The Buzz Kill" but I really enjoyed it ...

    Hearne and Bowen?s stories were phenomenal. I initially read this only for Kevin Hearne, but I am now 100% invested in reading the series that Bowen?s short story came from. I will not, however, touch Wendig?s with a ten foot pole. The third story just felt like a few hours...

    currently having a love hate relationship with this story line. While I get a writers desire to transfer some bit of wisdom, or idea or whatever, I read fantasy to escape the blood sucking depression of everyday life. not appreciating Atticus' continued ... time out shall we say, keep ...

    3.5 The Buzz Kill = 4.5 First of Bees = 2.5 Interlude: Tanager = 4 ...

    Perfect I just finished Vultures and I finished the other two series before that. These stories are the perfect way to get another taste of those worlds. I would love more. Following Wren further, following Owen and his grove, or following Winifred's daughter and learning more about...

    Soooo... The Buzz Kill: An Oberon's Meaty Mystery by Kevin Hearne Short Story One by Kevin Hearn was hilarious, charming, and delicious soul food. This story is one of Oberon's Meaty mystery series. The story takes place just after the end of the final Iron Druid book in Australia....

    An interesting anthology which seems to be post-conclusion stories. In Death and Honey, each story has a central theme of Death and Honey. I know, you probably could have figured that out without me. It also appears to feature characters whose stories have concluded already and it g...

    I knocked off a star because I didn't really enjoy the Chuck Wendig story in this collection. Kevin Hearne did his usual excellent job of putting the thoughts of Oberon the Irish Wolfhound and Starbuck the Boston Terrier on to the page and making the characters pop. The bee puns in ...

  • Gillian
    Apr 15, 2019

    Back in 2015 WAY COOL writers Kevin ?I play a druid on TV? Hearne, Delilah S. ?I sometimes call myself Lila Bowen? Dawson and Chuck ?the dark ornithologist? Wendig collaborated on a TASTY anthology of urban fantasy novellas Three Slices whose cohesive theme was ? cheese. ...

    This hardcover is published in two formats, the signed limited edition of 1500 copies and the lettered edition of 52 copies. This is copy 1385. Signed by Lila Bowen, Kevin Hearn, Chuck Wendig. Contents: 007 - Kevin Hearn - "The Buzz Kill" - An Oberon Meaty Mystery 103 - Lila Bow...

    Three good stories. I came for the Kevin Hearne story but was more impressed with Lila Bowen's and Chuck Hearne's tales. But fans of any of the three will be pleased. ...

    Shamelessly liking this So I only got this book for the first story, by Kevin Hearne. You?ll never guess why. My name appears in this story because at a charitable auction held at the Libertycon SF convention in Chattanooga, Kevin offered up an opportunity to be in his world. W...

    Kevin Hearn - Buzz Kill What can I say, anything with Oberon involved speaks to my crazy dog lady. I enjoyed his newest meaty mystery and Starbuck's growing vocabulary. I was a bit excited when I thought Atticus' Irish lilt would be constant throughout the storyline but wasn't disapp...

    Death & Honey is an anthology of three unrelated novellas from some of the best urban fantasy/fantasy authors of our time? Each book has a loose connection to bees, honey, and death? The Buzz Kill, read by Luke Daniels. Speed 1.5x Picking up several months after the dramati...

    Only read "The Buzz Kill" but I really enjoyed it ...

    Hearne and Bowen?s stories were phenomenal. I initially read this only for Kevin Hearne, but I am now 100% invested in reading the series that Bowen?s short story came from. I will not, however, touch Wendig?s with a ten foot pole. The third story just felt like a few hours...

    currently having a love hate relationship with this story line. While I get a writers desire to transfer some bit of wisdom, or idea or whatever, I read fantasy to escape the blood sucking depression of everyday life. not appreciating Atticus' continued ... time out shall we say, keep ...

    3.5 The Buzz Kill = 4.5 First of Bees = 2.5 Interlude: Tanager = 4 ...

    Perfect I just finished Vultures and I finished the other two series before that. These stories are the perfect way to get another taste of those worlds. I would love more. Following Wren further, following Owen and his grove, or following Winifred's daughter and learning more about...

    Soooo... The Buzz Kill: An Oberon's Meaty Mystery by Kevin Hearne Short Story One by Kevin Hearn was hilarious, charming, and delicious soul food. This story is one of Oberon's Meaty mystery series. The story takes place just after the end of the final Iron Druid book in Australia....

    An interesting anthology which seems to be post-conclusion stories. In Death and Honey, each story has a central theme of Death and Honey. I know, you probably could have figured that out without me. It also appears to feature characters whose stories have concluded already and it g...

    I knocked off a star because I didn't really enjoy the Chuck Wendig story in this collection. Kevin Hearne did his usual excellent job of putting the thoughts of Oberon the Irish Wolfhound and Starbuck the Boston Terrier on to the page and making the characters pop. The bee puns in ...

    One story was GREAT, the others not so much. I'll be honest, I bought this book solely for Kevin Hearne's story! I love The Iron Druid Novels and especially Oberon the dog. That story was the great one but I might be a bit biased. The second story was a dud, the third story was just ok...

    Three novellas, three authors. The first, from Kevin Hearne, was a solid entry in the Iron Druid series of stories, this time focused more on solving a crime than battling some ancient god. As usual, witty and fun. The second entry by Delilah S. Dawson, was a mostly forgettable ...

    The Buzz Kill (An Oberon's Meaty Mystery) By Kevin Hearn Written like it's aimed at an elementary school aged reader. And the murderer's motive was flimsy. Not inclined to read more by this author. Grist Of Bees (A Shadow Novella) By Lila Bowen (aka Delilah S. Dawson) Fe...

    I only picked this up for the new Oberons Meaty Mystery and damn am I glad I did. This novella encompassed a lot of what made the fans of the series, fans. It was funny, heartfelt, and full of delicious sounding foods. I really feel like this wrapped up the series in a way that was bet...

    The price is worth Oberons Meaty Mysteries. I'm happy to have the chance to catch another Meaty Mystery. The other two stories were lackluster. I might have liked them better if Oberons story was last. Oberons Meaty Mysteries gets a 10 star out of 5 cause it's great. The others I wo...

    I enjoyed the Hearne novella, another of his stories from the point of view of the Druid's dog. The other two stories, thought, were just weird. Not my style at all, and very different in tone and writing style from The Buzz Kill. Seemingly the only thing the three stories had in commo...

    Pretty cute! As described on the label. This collection contains SPOILERS for the three series they revisit. (I feel like I knew that but I was kind of shocked when the recaps happened.) Loved seeing Oberon and Starbuck again! Loved seeing Rhett. Ren was interesting! (I haven't read...

    I read only Buzz Kill because I had read the entire Iron Druid series by Kevin Hearne and I wanted to read the novella that was kind of a wrap-up for this series. There will be at least one more Iron Druid novella with Owen and Slomo! And I understand that Kevin Hearne is planning a fo...

    I was sold on this book just on the Authors.. didnt read the spine, didnt look into it, Im just a fan. Death & Honey is not just the title, but also the interconnected theme to the three stories. A lot of humour (dark and light), fantastic stories, Magic, interesting worlds (on...

    Not sure whether I will read the other stories but the Iron Druid/Oberon story is a quick mystery with Oberon making friends with the locals for his favorite druid. I probably will read the Delilah Devon but not the Chuck Wendig. Not that his stories aren't good but he is a little t...

    Oberon story and Lila Bowen story were good, but not great, because these stories are set farther in the series; I probably would have appreciated them more if I was caught up in series. Chuck Wendig story made me want to go read the books that came before it. ...

    Super enjoyed. I have been a fan of Kevin for a long time. I love Oberon more than anything. It was great to get to try out two more authors especially since my library has their books. Diving right in. ...

  • Courtney Nicole
    Mar 19, 2019

    Back in 2015 WAY COOL writers Kevin ?I play a druid on TV? Hearne, Delilah S. ?I sometimes call myself Lila Bowen? Dawson and Chuck ?the dark ornithologist? Wendig collaborated on a TASTY anthology of urban fantasy novellas Three Slices whose cohesive theme was ? cheese. ...

    This hardcover is published in two formats, the signed limited edition of 1500 copies and the lettered edition of 52 copies. This is copy 1385. Signed by Lila Bowen, Kevin Hearn, Chuck Wendig. Contents: 007 - Kevin Hearn - "The Buzz Kill" - An Oberon Meaty Mystery 103 - Lila Bow...

    Three good stories. I came for the Kevin Hearne story but was more impressed with Lila Bowen's and Chuck Hearne's tales. But fans of any of the three will be pleased. ...

    Shamelessly liking this So I only got this book for the first story, by Kevin Hearne. You?ll never guess why. My name appears in this story because at a charitable auction held at the Libertycon SF convention in Chattanooga, Kevin offered up an opportunity to be in his world. W...

    Kevin Hearn - Buzz Kill What can I say, anything with Oberon involved speaks to my crazy dog lady. I enjoyed his newest meaty mystery and Starbuck's growing vocabulary. I was a bit excited when I thought Atticus' Irish lilt would be constant throughout the storyline but wasn't disapp...

    Death & Honey is an anthology of three unrelated novellas from some of the best urban fantasy/fantasy authors of our time? Each book has a loose connection to bees, honey, and death? The Buzz Kill, read by Luke Daniels. Speed 1.5x Picking up several months after the dramati...

    Only read "The Buzz Kill" but I really enjoyed it ...

    Hearne and Bowen?s stories were phenomenal. I initially read this only for Kevin Hearne, but I am now 100% invested in reading the series that Bowen?s short story came from. I will not, however, touch Wendig?s with a ten foot pole. The third story just felt like a few hours...

    currently having a love hate relationship with this story line. While I get a writers desire to transfer some bit of wisdom, or idea or whatever, I read fantasy to escape the blood sucking depression of everyday life. not appreciating Atticus' continued ... time out shall we say, keep ...

    3.5 The Buzz Kill = 4.5 First of Bees = 2.5 Interlude: Tanager = 4 ...

  • Wendy Bocock
    May 18, 2019

    Back in 2015 WAY COOL writers Kevin ?I play a druid on TV? Hearne, Delilah S. ?I sometimes call myself Lila Bowen? Dawson and Chuck ?the dark ornithologist? Wendig collaborated on a TASTY anthology of urban fantasy novellas Three Slices whose cohesive theme was ? cheese. ...

    This hardcover is published in two formats, the signed limited edition of 1500 copies and the lettered edition of 52 copies. This is copy 1385. Signed by Lila Bowen, Kevin Hearn, Chuck Wendig. Contents: 007 - Kevin Hearn - "The Buzz Kill" - An Oberon Meaty Mystery 103 - Lila Bow...

    Three good stories. I came for the Kevin Hearne story but was more impressed with Lila Bowen's and Chuck Hearne's tales. But fans of any of the three will be pleased. ...

    Shamelessly liking this So I only got this book for the first story, by Kevin Hearne. You?ll never guess why. My name appears in this story because at a charitable auction held at the Libertycon SF convention in Chattanooga, Kevin offered up an opportunity to be in his world. W...

    Kevin Hearn - Buzz Kill What can I say, anything with Oberon involved speaks to my crazy dog lady. I enjoyed his newest meaty mystery and Starbuck's growing vocabulary. I was a bit excited when I thought Atticus' Irish lilt would be constant throughout the storyline but wasn't disapp...

    Death & Honey is an anthology of three unrelated novellas from some of the best urban fantasy/fantasy authors of our time? Each book has a loose connection to bees, honey, and death? The Buzz Kill, read by Luke Daniels. Speed 1.5x Picking up several months after the dramati...

    Only read "The Buzz Kill" but I really enjoyed it ...

    Hearne and Bowen?s stories were phenomenal. I initially read this only for Kevin Hearne, but I am now 100% invested in reading the series that Bowen?s short story came from. I will not, however, touch Wendig?s with a ten foot pole. The third story just felt like a few hours...

    currently having a love hate relationship with this story line. While I get a writers desire to transfer some bit of wisdom, or idea or whatever, I read fantasy to escape the blood sucking depression of everyday life. not appreciating Atticus' continued ... time out shall we say, keep ...

    3.5 The Buzz Kill = 4.5 First of Bees = 2.5 Interlude: Tanager = 4 ...

    Perfect I just finished Vultures and I finished the other two series before that. These stories are the perfect way to get another taste of those worlds. I would love more. Following Wren further, following Owen and his grove, or following Winifred's daughter and learning more about...

    Soooo... The Buzz Kill: An Oberon's Meaty Mystery by Kevin Hearne Short Story One by Kevin Hearn was hilarious, charming, and delicious soul food. This story is one of Oberon's Meaty mystery series. The story takes place just after the end of the final Iron Druid book in Australia....

    An interesting anthology which seems to be post-conclusion stories. In Death and Honey, each story has a central theme of Death and Honey. I know, you probably could have figured that out without me. It also appears to feature characters whose stories have concluded already and it g...

    I knocked off a star because I didn't really enjoy the Chuck Wendig story in this collection. Kevin Hearne did his usual excellent job of putting the thoughts of Oberon the Irish Wolfhound and Starbuck the Boston Terrier on to the page and making the characters pop. The bee puns in ...

    One story was GREAT, the others not so much. I'll be honest, I bought this book solely for Kevin Hearne's story! I love The Iron Druid Novels and especially Oberon the dog. That story was the great one but I might be a bit biased. The second story was a dud, the third story was just ok...

    Three novellas, three authors. The first, from Kevin Hearne, was a solid entry in the Iron Druid series of stories, this time focused more on solving a crime than battling some ancient god. As usual, witty and fun. The second entry by Delilah S. Dawson, was a mostly forgettable ...

    The Buzz Kill (An Oberon's Meaty Mystery) By Kevin Hearn Written like it's aimed at an elementary school aged reader. And the murderer's motive was flimsy. Not inclined to read more by this author. Grist Of Bees (A Shadow Novella) By Lila Bowen (aka Delilah S. Dawson) Fe...

    I only picked this up for the new Oberons Meaty Mystery and damn am I glad I did. This novella encompassed a lot of what made the fans of the series, fans. It was funny, heartfelt, and full of delicious sounding foods. I really feel like this wrapped up the series in a way that was bet...

    The price is worth Oberons Meaty Mysteries. I'm happy to have the chance to catch another Meaty Mystery. The other two stories were lackluster. I might have liked them better if Oberons story was last. Oberons Meaty Mysteries gets a 10 star out of 5 cause it's great. The others I wo...

    I enjoyed the Hearne novella, another of his stories from the point of view of the Druid's dog. The other two stories, thought, were just weird. Not my style at all, and very different in tone and writing style from The Buzz Kill. Seemingly the only thing the three stories had in commo...

    Pretty cute! As described on the label. This collection contains SPOILERS for the three series they revisit. (I feel like I knew that but I was kind of shocked when the recaps happened.) Loved seeing Oberon and Starbuck again! Loved seeing Rhett. Ren was interesting! (I haven't read...

    I read only Buzz Kill because I had read the entire Iron Druid series by Kevin Hearne and I wanted to read the novella that was kind of a wrap-up for this series. There will be at least one more Iron Druid novella with Owen and Slomo! And I understand that Kevin Hearne is planning a fo...

    I was sold on this book just on the Authors.. didnt read the spine, didnt look into it, Im just a fan. Death & Honey is not just the title, but also the interconnected theme to the three stories. A lot of humour (dark and light), fantastic stories, Magic, interesting worlds (on...

    Not sure whether I will read the other stories but the Iron Druid/Oberon story is a quick mystery with Oberon making friends with the locals for his favorite druid. I probably will read the Delilah Devon but not the Chuck Wendig. Not that his stories aren't good but he is a little t...

    Oberon story and Lila Bowen story were good, but not great, because these stories are set farther in the series; I probably would have appreciated them more if I was caught up in series. Chuck Wendig story made me want to go read the books that came before it. ...

  • Melissa
    Mar 16, 2019

    Back in 2015 WAY COOL writers Kevin ?I play a druid on TV? Hearne, Delilah S. ?I sometimes call myself Lila Bowen? Dawson and Chuck ?the dark ornithologist? Wendig collaborated on a TASTY anthology of urban fantasy novellas Three Slices whose cohesive theme was ? cheese. ...

    This hardcover is published in two formats, the signed limited edition of 1500 copies and the lettered edition of 52 copies. This is copy 1385. Signed by Lila Bowen, Kevin Hearn, Chuck Wendig. Contents: 007 - Kevin Hearn - "The Buzz Kill" - An Oberon Meaty Mystery 103 - Lila Bow...

    Three good stories. I came for the Kevin Hearne story but was more impressed with Lila Bowen's and Chuck Hearne's tales. But fans of any of the three will be pleased. ...

    Shamelessly liking this So I only got this book for the first story, by Kevin Hearne. You?ll never guess why. My name appears in this story because at a charitable auction held at the Libertycon SF convention in Chattanooga, Kevin offered up an opportunity to be in his world. W...

    Kevin Hearn - Buzz Kill What can I say, anything with Oberon involved speaks to my crazy dog lady. I enjoyed his newest meaty mystery and Starbuck's growing vocabulary. I was a bit excited when I thought Atticus' Irish lilt would be constant throughout the storyline but wasn't disapp...

    Death & Honey is an anthology of three unrelated novellas from some of the best urban fantasy/fantasy authors of our time? Each book has a loose connection to bees, honey, and death? The Buzz Kill, read by Luke Daniels. Speed 1.5x Picking up several months after the dramati...

    Only read "The Buzz Kill" but I really enjoyed it ...

    Hearne and Bowen?s stories were phenomenal. I initially read this only for Kevin Hearne, but I am now 100% invested in reading the series that Bowen?s short story came from. I will not, however, touch Wendig?s with a ten foot pole. The third story just felt like a few hours...

    currently having a love hate relationship with this story line. While I get a writers desire to transfer some bit of wisdom, or idea or whatever, I read fantasy to escape the blood sucking depression of everyday life. not appreciating Atticus' continued ... time out shall we say, keep ...

    3.5 The Buzz Kill = 4.5 First of Bees = 2.5 Interlude: Tanager = 4 ...

    Perfect I just finished Vultures and I finished the other two series before that. These stories are the perfect way to get another taste of those worlds. I would love more. Following Wren further, following Owen and his grove, or following Winifred's daughter and learning more about...

    Soooo... The Buzz Kill: An Oberon's Meaty Mystery by Kevin Hearne Short Story One by Kevin Hearn was hilarious, charming, and delicious soul food. This story is one of Oberon's Meaty mystery series. The story takes place just after the end of the final Iron Druid book in Australia....

    An interesting anthology which seems to be post-conclusion stories. In Death and Honey, each story has a central theme of Death and Honey. I know, you probably could have figured that out without me. It also appears to feature characters whose stories have concluded already and it g...

    I knocked off a star because I didn't really enjoy the Chuck Wendig story in this collection. Kevin Hearne did his usual excellent job of putting the thoughts of Oberon the Irish Wolfhound and Starbuck the Boston Terrier on to the page and making the characters pop. The bee puns in ...

    One story was GREAT, the others not so much. I'll be honest, I bought this book solely for Kevin Hearne's story! I love The Iron Druid Novels and especially Oberon the dog. That story was the great one but I might be a bit biased. The second story was a dud, the third story was just ok...

    Three novellas, three authors. The first, from Kevin Hearne, was a solid entry in the Iron Druid series of stories, this time focused more on solving a crime than battling some ancient god. As usual, witty and fun. The second entry by Delilah S. Dawson, was a mostly forgettable ...

    The Buzz Kill (An Oberon's Meaty Mystery) By Kevin Hearn Written like it's aimed at an elementary school aged reader. And the murderer's motive was flimsy. Not inclined to read more by this author. Grist Of Bees (A Shadow Novella) By Lila Bowen (aka Delilah S. Dawson) Fe...

    I only picked this up for the new Oberons Meaty Mystery and damn am I glad I did. This novella encompassed a lot of what made the fans of the series, fans. It was funny, heartfelt, and full of delicious sounding foods. I really feel like this wrapped up the series in a way that was bet...

    The price is worth Oberons Meaty Mysteries. I'm happy to have the chance to catch another Meaty Mystery. The other two stories were lackluster. I might have liked them better if Oberons story was last. Oberons Meaty Mysteries gets a 10 star out of 5 cause it's great. The others I wo...

    I enjoyed the Hearne novella, another of his stories from the point of view of the Druid's dog. The other two stories, thought, were just weird. Not my style at all, and very different in tone and writing style from The Buzz Kill. Seemingly the only thing the three stories had in commo...

    Pretty cute! As described on the label. This collection contains SPOILERS for the three series they revisit. (I feel like I knew that but I was kind of shocked when the recaps happened.) Loved seeing Oberon and Starbuck again! Loved seeing Rhett. Ren was interesting! (I haven't read...

  • Kevin
    Apr 14, 2019

    Back in 2015 WAY COOL writers Kevin ?I play a druid on TV? Hearne, Delilah S. ?I sometimes call myself Lila Bowen? Dawson and Chuck ?the dark ornithologist? Wendig collaborated on a TASTY anthology of urban fantasy novellas Three Slices whose cohesive theme was ? cheese. ...

    This hardcover is published in two formats, the signed limited edition of 1500 copies and the lettered edition of 52 copies. This is copy 1385. Signed by Lila Bowen, Kevin Hearn, Chuck Wendig. Contents: 007 - Kevin Hearn - "The Buzz Kill" - An Oberon Meaty Mystery 103 - Lila Bow...

    Three good stories. I came for the Kevin Hearne story but was more impressed with Lila Bowen's and Chuck Hearne's tales. But fans of any of the three will be pleased. ...

    Shamelessly liking this So I only got this book for the first story, by Kevin Hearne. You?ll never guess why. My name appears in this story because at a charitable auction held at the Libertycon SF convention in Chattanooga, Kevin offered up an opportunity to be in his world. W...

    Kevin Hearn - Buzz Kill What can I say, anything with Oberon involved speaks to my crazy dog lady. I enjoyed his newest meaty mystery and Starbuck's growing vocabulary. I was a bit excited when I thought Atticus' Irish lilt would be constant throughout the storyline but wasn't disapp...

    Death & Honey is an anthology of three unrelated novellas from some of the best urban fantasy/fantasy authors of our time? Each book has a loose connection to bees, honey, and death? The Buzz Kill, read by Luke Daniels. Speed 1.5x Picking up several months after the dramati...

    Only read "The Buzz Kill" but I really enjoyed it ...

  • Shannon Weeden
    Mar 06, 2019

    Back in 2015 WAY COOL writers Kevin ?I play a druid on TV? Hearne, Delilah S. ?I sometimes call myself Lila Bowen? Dawson and Chuck ?the dark ornithologist? Wendig collaborated on a TASTY anthology of urban fantasy novellas Three Slices whose cohesive theme was ? cheese. ...

    This hardcover is published in two formats, the signed limited edition of 1500 copies and the lettered edition of 52 copies. This is copy 1385. Signed by Lila Bowen, Kevin Hearn, Chuck Wendig. Contents: 007 - Kevin Hearn - "The Buzz Kill" - An Oberon Meaty Mystery 103 - Lila Bow...

    Three good stories. I came for the Kevin Hearne story but was more impressed with Lila Bowen's and Chuck Hearne's tales. But fans of any of the three will be pleased. ...

    Shamelessly liking this So I only got this book for the first story, by Kevin Hearne. You?ll never guess why. My name appears in this story because at a charitable auction held at the Libertycon SF convention in Chattanooga, Kevin offered up an opportunity to be in his world. W...

    Kevin Hearn - Buzz Kill What can I say, anything with Oberon involved speaks to my crazy dog lady. I enjoyed his newest meaty mystery and Starbuck's growing vocabulary. I was a bit excited when I thought Atticus' Irish lilt would be constant throughout the storyline but wasn't disapp...

  • John Duggan
    Mar 10, 2019

    Back in 2015 WAY COOL writers Kevin ?I play a druid on TV? Hearne, Delilah S. ?I sometimes call myself Lila Bowen? Dawson and Chuck ?the dark ornithologist? Wendig collaborated on a TASTY anthology of urban fantasy novellas Three Slices whose cohesive theme was ? cheese. ...

    This hardcover is published in two formats, the signed limited edition of 1500 copies and the lettered edition of 52 copies. This is copy 1385. Signed by Lila Bowen, Kevin Hearn, Chuck Wendig. Contents: 007 - Kevin Hearn - "The Buzz Kill" - An Oberon Meaty Mystery 103 - Lila Bow...

    Three good stories. I came for the Kevin Hearne story but was more impressed with Lila Bowen's and Chuck Hearne's tales. But fans of any of the three will be pleased. ...

    Shamelessly liking this So I only got this book for the first story, by Kevin Hearne. You?ll never guess why. My name appears in this story because at a charitable auction held at the Libertycon SF convention in Chattanooga, Kevin offered up an opportunity to be in his world. W...

    Kevin Hearn - Buzz Kill What can I say, anything with Oberon involved speaks to my crazy dog lady. I enjoyed his newest meaty mystery and Starbuck's growing vocabulary. I was a bit excited when I thought Atticus' Irish lilt would be constant throughout the storyline but wasn't disapp...

    Death & Honey is an anthology of three unrelated novellas from some of the best urban fantasy/fantasy authors of our time? Each book has a loose connection to bees, honey, and death? The Buzz Kill, read by Luke Daniels. Speed 1.5x Picking up several months after the dramati...

    Only read "The Buzz Kill" but I really enjoyed it ...

    Hearne and Bowen?s stories were phenomenal. I initially read this only for Kevin Hearne, but I am now 100% invested in reading the series that Bowen?s short story came from. I will not, however, touch Wendig?s with a ten foot pole. The third story just felt like a few hours...

    currently having a love hate relationship with this story line. While I get a writers desire to transfer some bit of wisdom, or idea or whatever, I read fantasy to escape the blood sucking depression of everyday life. not appreciating Atticus' continued ... time out shall we say, keep ...

    3.5 The Buzz Kill = 4.5 First of Bees = 2.5 Interlude: Tanager = 4 ...

    Perfect I just finished Vultures and I finished the other two series before that. These stories are the perfect way to get another taste of those worlds. I would love more. Following Wren further, following Owen and his grove, or following Winifred's daughter and learning more about...

    Soooo... The Buzz Kill: An Oberon's Meaty Mystery by Kevin Hearne Short Story One by Kevin Hearn was hilarious, charming, and delicious soul food. This story is one of Oberon's Meaty mystery series. The story takes place just after the end of the final Iron Druid book in Australia....

    An interesting anthology which seems to be post-conclusion stories. In Death and Honey, each story has a central theme of Death and Honey. I know, you probably could have figured that out without me. It also appears to feature characters whose stories have concluded already and it g...

    I knocked off a star because I didn't really enjoy the Chuck Wendig story in this collection. Kevin Hearne did his usual excellent job of putting the thoughts of Oberon the Irish Wolfhound and Starbuck the Boston Terrier on to the page and making the characters pop. The bee puns in ...

    One story was GREAT, the others not so much. I'll be honest, I bought this book solely for Kevin Hearne's story! I love The Iron Druid Novels and especially Oberon the dog. That story was the great one but I might be a bit biased. The second story was a dud, the third story was just ok...

    Three novellas, three authors. The first, from Kevin Hearne, was a solid entry in the Iron Druid series of stories, this time focused more on solving a crime than battling some ancient god. As usual, witty and fun. The second entry by Delilah S. Dawson, was a mostly forgettable ...

    The Buzz Kill (An Oberon's Meaty Mystery) By Kevin Hearn Written like it's aimed at an elementary school aged reader. And the murderer's motive was flimsy. Not inclined to read more by this author. Grist Of Bees (A Shadow Novella) By Lila Bowen (aka Delilah S. Dawson) Fe...

    I only picked this up for the new Oberons Meaty Mystery and damn am I glad I did. This novella encompassed a lot of what made the fans of the series, fans. It was funny, heartfelt, and full of delicious sounding foods. I really feel like this wrapped up the series in a way that was bet...

    The price is worth Oberons Meaty Mysteries. I'm happy to have the chance to catch another Meaty Mystery. The other two stories were lackluster. I might have liked them better if Oberons story was last. Oberons Meaty Mysteries gets a 10 star out of 5 cause it's great. The others I wo...

    I enjoyed the Hearne novella, another of his stories from the point of view of the Druid's dog. The other two stories, thought, were just weird. Not my style at all, and very different in tone and writing style from The Buzz Kill. Seemingly the only thing the three stories had in commo...

    Pretty cute! As described on the label. This collection contains SPOILERS for the three series they revisit. (I feel like I knew that but I was kind of shocked when the recaps happened.) Loved seeing Oberon and Starbuck again! Loved seeing Rhett. Ren was interesting! (I haven't read...

    I read only Buzz Kill because I had read the entire Iron Druid series by Kevin Hearne and I wanted to read the novella that was kind of a wrap-up for this series. There will be at least one more Iron Druid novella with Owen and Slomo! And I understand that Kevin Hearne is planning a fo...

    I was sold on this book just on the Authors.. didnt read the spine, didnt look into it, Im just a fan. Death & Honey is not just the title, but also the interconnected theme to the three stories. A lot of humour (dark and light), fantastic stories, Magic, interesting worlds (on...

  • James Alston
    May 25, 2019

    Back in 2015 WAY COOL writers Kevin ?I play a druid on TV? Hearne, Delilah S. ?I sometimes call myself Lila Bowen? Dawson and Chuck ?the dark ornithologist? Wendig collaborated on a TASTY anthology of urban fantasy novellas Three Slices whose cohesive theme was ? cheese. ...

    This hardcover is published in two formats, the signed limited edition of 1500 copies and the lettered edition of 52 copies. This is copy 1385. Signed by Lila Bowen, Kevin Hearn, Chuck Wendig. Contents: 007 - Kevin Hearn - "The Buzz Kill" - An Oberon Meaty Mystery 103 - Lila Bow...

    Three good stories. I came for the Kevin Hearne story but was more impressed with Lila Bowen's and Chuck Hearne's tales. But fans of any of the three will be pleased. ...

    Shamelessly liking this So I only got this book for the first story, by Kevin Hearne. You?ll never guess why. My name appears in this story because at a charitable auction held at the Libertycon SF convention in Chattanooga, Kevin offered up an opportunity to be in his world. W...

    Kevin Hearn - Buzz Kill What can I say, anything with Oberon involved speaks to my crazy dog lady. I enjoyed his newest meaty mystery and Starbuck's growing vocabulary. I was a bit excited when I thought Atticus' Irish lilt would be constant throughout the storyline but wasn't disapp...

    Death & Honey is an anthology of three unrelated novellas from some of the best urban fantasy/fantasy authors of our time? Each book has a loose connection to bees, honey, and death? The Buzz Kill, read by Luke Daniels. Speed 1.5x Picking up several months after the dramati...

    Only read "The Buzz Kill" but I really enjoyed it ...

    Hearne and Bowen?s stories were phenomenal. I initially read this only for Kevin Hearne, but I am now 100% invested in reading the series that Bowen?s short story came from. I will not, however, touch Wendig?s with a ten foot pole. The third story just felt like a few hours...

    currently having a love hate relationship with this story line. While I get a writers desire to transfer some bit of wisdom, or idea or whatever, I read fantasy to escape the blood sucking depression of everyday life. not appreciating Atticus' continued ... time out shall we say, keep ...

    3.5 The Buzz Kill = 4.5 First of Bees = 2.5 Interlude: Tanager = 4 ...

    Perfect I just finished Vultures and I finished the other two series before that. These stories are the perfect way to get another taste of those worlds. I would love more. Following Wren further, following Owen and his grove, or following Winifred's daughter and learning more about...

    Soooo... The Buzz Kill: An Oberon's Meaty Mystery by Kevin Hearne Short Story One by Kevin Hearn was hilarious, charming, and delicious soul food. This story is one of Oberon's Meaty mystery series. The story takes place just after the end of the final Iron Druid book in Australia....

    An interesting anthology which seems to be post-conclusion stories. In Death and Honey, each story has a central theme of Death and Honey. I know, you probably could have figured that out without me. It also appears to feature characters whose stories have concluded already and it g...

    I knocked off a star because I didn't really enjoy the Chuck Wendig story in this collection. Kevin Hearne did his usual excellent job of putting the thoughts of Oberon the Irish Wolfhound and Starbuck the Boston Terrier on to the page and making the characters pop. The bee puns in ...

    One story was GREAT, the others not so much. I'll be honest, I bought this book solely for Kevin Hearne's story! I love The Iron Druid Novels and especially Oberon the dog. That story was the great one but I might be a bit biased. The second story was a dud, the third story was just ok...

    Three novellas, three authors. The first, from Kevin Hearne, was a solid entry in the Iron Druid series of stories, this time focused more on solving a crime than battling some ancient god. As usual, witty and fun. The second entry by Delilah S. Dawson, was a mostly forgettable ...

    The Buzz Kill (An Oberon's Meaty Mystery) By Kevin Hearn Written like it's aimed at an elementary school aged reader. And the murderer's motive was flimsy. Not inclined to read more by this author. Grist Of Bees (A Shadow Novella) By Lila Bowen (aka Delilah S. Dawson) Fe...

    I only picked this up for the new Oberons Meaty Mystery and damn am I glad I did. This novella encompassed a lot of what made the fans of the series, fans. It was funny, heartfelt, and full of delicious sounding foods. I really feel like this wrapped up the series in a way that was bet...

    The price is worth Oberons Meaty Mysteries. I'm happy to have the chance to catch another Meaty Mystery. The other two stories were lackluster. I might have liked them better if Oberons story was last. Oberons Meaty Mysteries gets a 10 star out of 5 cause it's great. The others I wo...

    I enjoyed the Hearne novella, another of his stories from the point of view of the Druid's dog. The other two stories, thought, were just weird. Not my style at all, and very different in tone and writing style from The Buzz Kill. Seemingly the only thing the three stories had in commo...

    Pretty cute! As described on the label. This collection contains SPOILERS for the three series they revisit. (I feel like I knew that but I was kind of shocked when the recaps happened.) Loved seeing Oberon and Starbuck again! Loved seeing Rhett. Ren was interesting! (I haven't read...

    I read only Buzz Kill because I had read the entire Iron Druid series by Kevin Hearne and I wanted to read the novella that was kind of a wrap-up for this series. There will be at least one more Iron Druid novella with Owen and Slomo! And I understand that Kevin Hearne is planning a fo...

    I was sold on this book just on the Authors.. didnt read the spine, didnt look into it, Im just a fan. Death & Honey is not just the title, but also the interconnected theme to the three stories. A lot of humour (dark and light), fantastic stories, Magic, interesting worlds (on...

    Not sure whether I will read the other stories but the Iron Druid/Oberon story is a quick mystery with Oberon making friends with the locals for his favorite druid. I probably will read the Delilah Devon but not the Chuck Wendig. Not that his stories aren't good but he is a little t...

    Oberon story and Lila Bowen story were good, but not great, because these stories are set farther in the series; I probably would have appreciated them more if I was caught up in series. Chuck Wendig story made me want to go read the books that came before it. ...

    Super enjoyed. I have been a fan of Kevin for a long time. I love Oberon more than anything. It was great to get to try out two more authors especially since my library has their books. Diving right in. ...

    Came for Kevin Hearne--I've only read D.S. Dawson in combination with KH but I'll definitely be looking for more of her work. The Chuck Wendig story left me feeling miserable so it's the reason why I didn't give this 5/5 but the other two were glorious. ...

    I give this 4 stars because I liked the first and second stories. The third was definitely not my style and I didn't enjoy it at all. ...

    I love this story!! Oberon is my favorite dog!!! ...

  • William Howe
    Feb 28, 2019

    Back in 2015 WAY COOL writers Kevin ?I play a druid on TV? Hearne, Delilah S. ?I sometimes call myself Lila Bowen? Dawson and Chuck ?the dark ornithologist? Wendig collaborated on a TASTY anthology of urban fantasy novellas Three Slices whose cohesive theme was ? cheese. ...

    This hardcover is published in two formats, the signed limited edition of 1500 copies and the lettered edition of 52 copies. This is copy 1385. Signed by Lila Bowen, Kevin Hearn, Chuck Wendig. Contents: 007 - Kevin Hearn - "The Buzz Kill" - An Oberon Meaty Mystery 103 - Lila Bow...

    Three good stories. I came for the Kevin Hearne story but was more impressed with Lila Bowen's and Chuck Hearne's tales. But fans of any of the three will be pleased. ...

    Shamelessly liking this So I only got this book for the first story, by Kevin Hearne. You?ll never guess why. My name appears in this story because at a charitable auction held at the Libertycon SF convention in Chattanooga, Kevin offered up an opportunity to be in his world. W...

  • Margaret
    Apr 02, 2019

    Back in 2015 WAY COOL writers Kevin ?I play a druid on TV? Hearne, Delilah S. ?I sometimes call myself Lila Bowen? Dawson and Chuck ?the dark ornithologist? Wendig collaborated on a TASTY anthology of urban fantasy novellas Three Slices whose cohesive theme was ? cheese. ...

    This hardcover is published in two formats, the signed limited edition of 1500 copies and the lettered edition of 52 copies. This is copy 1385. Signed by Lila Bowen, Kevin Hearn, Chuck Wendig. Contents: 007 - Kevin Hearn - "The Buzz Kill" - An Oberon Meaty Mystery 103 - Lila Bow...

    Three good stories. I came for the Kevin Hearne story but was more impressed with Lila Bowen's and Chuck Hearne's tales. But fans of any of the three will be pleased. ...

    Shamelessly liking this So I only got this book for the first story, by Kevin Hearne. You?ll never guess why. My name appears in this story because at a charitable auction held at the Libertycon SF convention in Chattanooga, Kevin offered up an opportunity to be in his world. W...

    Kevin Hearn - Buzz Kill What can I say, anything with Oberon involved speaks to my crazy dog lady. I enjoyed his newest meaty mystery and Starbuck's growing vocabulary. I was a bit excited when I thought Atticus' Irish lilt would be constant throughout the storyline but wasn't disapp...

    Death & Honey is an anthology of three unrelated novellas from some of the best urban fantasy/fantasy authors of our time? Each book has a loose connection to bees, honey, and death? The Buzz Kill, read by Luke Daniels. Speed 1.5x Picking up several months after the dramati...

    Only read "The Buzz Kill" but I really enjoyed it ...

    Hearne and Bowen?s stories were phenomenal. I initially read this only for Kevin Hearne, but I am now 100% invested in reading the series that Bowen?s short story came from. I will not, however, touch Wendig?s with a ten foot pole. The third story just felt like a few hours...

    currently having a love hate relationship with this story line. While I get a writers desire to transfer some bit of wisdom, or idea or whatever, I read fantasy to escape the blood sucking depression of everyday life. not appreciating Atticus' continued ... time out shall we say, keep ...

    3.5 The Buzz Kill = 4.5 First of Bees = 2.5 Interlude: Tanager = 4 ...

    Perfect I just finished Vultures and I finished the other two series before that. These stories are the perfect way to get another taste of those worlds. I would love more. Following Wren further, following Owen and his grove, or following Winifred's daughter and learning more about...

    Soooo... The Buzz Kill: An Oberon's Meaty Mystery by Kevin Hearne Short Story One by Kevin Hearn was hilarious, charming, and delicious soul food. This story is one of Oberon's Meaty mystery series. The story takes place just after the end of the final Iron Druid book in Australia....

    An interesting anthology which seems to be post-conclusion stories. In Death and Honey, each story has a central theme of Death and Honey. I know, you probably could have figured that out without me. It also appears to feature characters whose stories have concluded already and it g...

    I knocked off a star because I didn't really enjoy the Chuck Wendig story in this collection. Kevin Hearne did his usual excellent job of putting the thoughts of Oberon the Irish Wolfhound and Starbuck the Boston Terrier on to the page and making the characters pop. The bee puns in ...

    One story was GREAT, the others not so much. I'll be honest, I bought this book solely for Kevin Hearne's story! I love The Iron Druid Novels and especially Oberon the dog. That story was the great one but I might be a bit biased. The second story was a dud, the third story was just ok...

    Three novellas, three authors. The first, from Kevin Hearne, was a solid entry in the Iron Druid series of stories, this time focused more on solving a crime than battling some ancient god. As usual, witty and fun. The second entry by Delilah S. Dawson, was a mostly forgettable ...

    The Buzz Kill (An Oberon's Meaty Mystery) By Kevin Hearn Written like it's aimed at an elementary school aged reader. And the murderer's motive was flimsy. Not inclined to read more by this author. Grist Of Bees (A Shadow Novella) By Lila Bowen (aka Delilah S. Dawson) Fe...

    I only picked this up for the new Oberons Meaty Mystery and damn am I glad I did. This novella encompassed a lot of what made the fans of the series, fans. It was funny, heartfelt, and full of delicious sounding foods. I really feel like this wrapped up the series in a way that was bet...

    The price is worth Oberons Meaty Mysteries. I'm happy to have the chance to catch another Meaty Mystery. The other two stories were lackluster. I might have liked them better if Oberons story was last. Oberons Meaty Mysteries gets a 10 star out of 5 cause it's great. The others I wo...

    I enjoyed the Hearne novella, another of his stories from the point of view of the Druid's dog. The other two stories, thought, were just weird. Not my style at all, and very different in tone and writing style from The Buzz Kill. Seemingly the only thing the three stories had in commo...

    Pretty cute! As described on the label. This collection contains SPOILERS for the three series they revisit. (I feel like I knew that but I was kind of shocked when the recaps happened.) Loved seeing Oberon and Starbuck again! Loved seeing Rhett. Ren was interesting! (I haven't read...

    I read only Buzz Kill because I had read the entire Iron Druid series by Kevin Hearne and I wanted to read the novella that was kind of a wrap-up for this series. There will be at least one more Iron Druid novella with Owen and Slomo! And I understand that Kevin Hearne is planning a fo...

  • Baige Bell
    Apr 28, 2019

    Back in 2015 WAY COOL writers Kevin ?I play a druid on TV? Hearne, Delilah S. ?I sometimes call myself Lila Bowen? Dawson and Chuck ?the dark ornithologist? Wendig collaborated on a TASTY anthology of urban fantasy novellas Three Slices whose cohesive theme was ? cheese. ...

    This hardcover is published in two formats, the signed limited edition of 1500 copies and the lettered edition of 52 copies. This is copy 1385. Signed by Lila Bowen, Kevin Hearn, Chuck Wendig. Contents: 007 - Kevin Hearn - "The Buzz Kill" - An Oberon Meaty Mystery 103 - Lila Bow...

    Three good stories. I came for the Kevin Hearne story but was more impressed with Lila Bowen's and Chuck Hearne's tales. But fans of any of the three will be pleased. ...

    Shamelessly liking this So I only got this book for the first story, by Kevin Hearne. You?ll never guess why. My name appears in this story because at a charitable auction held at the Libertycon SF convention in Chattanooga, Kevin offered up an opportunity to be in his world. W...

    Kevin Hearn - Buzz Kill What can I say, anything with Oberon involved speaks to my crazy dog lady. I enjoyed his newest meaty mystery and Starbuck's growing vocabulary. I was a bit excited when I thought Atticus' Irish lilt would be constant throughout the storyline but wasn't disapp...

    Death & Honey is an anthology of three unrelated novellas from some of the best urban fantasy/fantasy authors of our time? Each book has a loose connection to bees, honey, and death? The Buzz Kill, read by Luke Daniels. Speed 1.5x Picking up several months after the dramati...

    Only read "The Buzz Kill" but I really enjoyed it ...

    Hearne and Bowen?s stories were phenomenal. I initially read this only for Kevin Hearne, but I am now 100% invested in reading the series that Bowen?s short story came from. I will not, however, touch Wendig?s with a ten foot pole. The third story just felt like a few hours...

  • Kyle
    Mar 17, 2019

    Back in 2015 WAY COOL writers Kevin ?I play a druid on TV? Hearne, Delilah S. ?I sometimes call myself Lila Bowen? Dawson and Chuck ?the dark ornithologist? Wendig collaborated on a TASTY anthology of urban fantasy novellas Three Slices whose cohesive theme was ? cheese. ...

    This hardcover is published in two formats, the signed limited edition of 1500 copies and the lettered edition of 52 copies. This is copy 1385. Signed by Lila Bowen, Kevin Hearn, Chuck Wendig. Contents: 007 - Kevin Hearn - "The Buzz Kill" - An Oberon Meaty Mystery 103 - Lila Bow...

    Three good stories. I came for the Kevin Hearne story but was more impressed with Lila Bowen's and Chuck Hearne's tales. But fans of any of the three will be pleased. ...

    Shamelessly liking this So I only got this book for the first story, by Kevin Hearne. You?ll never guess why. My name appears in this story because at a charitable auction held at the Libertycon SF convention in Chattanooga, Kevin offered up an opportunity to be in his world. W...

    Kevin Hearn - Buzz Kill What can I say, anything with Oberon involved speaks to my crazy dog lady. I enjoyed his newest meaty mystery and Starbuck's growing vocabulary. I was a bit excited when I thought Atticus' Irish lilt would be constant throughout the storyline but wasn't disapp...

    Death & Honey is an anthology of three unrelated novellas from some of the best urban fantasy/fantasy authors of our time? Each book has a loose connection to bees, honey, and death? The Buzz Kill, read by Luke Daniels. Speed 1.5x Picking up several months after the dramati...

    Only read "The Buzz Kill" but I really enjoyed it ...

    Hearne and Bowen?s stories were phenomenal. I initially read this only for Kevin Hearne, but I am now 100% invested in reading the series that Bowen?s short story came from. I will not, however, touch Wendig?s with a ten foot pole. The third story just felt like a few hours...

    currently having a love hate relationship with this story line. While I get a writers desire to transfer some bit of wisdom, or idea or whatever, I read fantasy to escape the blood sucking depression of everyday life. not appreciating Atticus' continued ... time out shall we say, keep ...

    3.5 The Buzz Kill = 4.5 First of Bees = 2.5 Interlude: Tanager = 4 ...

    Perfect I just finished Vultures and I finished the other two series before that. These stories are the perfect way to get another taste of those worlds. I would love more. Following Wren further, following Owen and his grove, or following Winifred's daughter and learning more about...

    Soooo... The Buzz Kill: An Oberon's Meaty Mystery by Kevin Hearne Short Story One by Kevin Hearn was hilarious, charming, and delicious soul food. This story is one of Oberon's Meaty mystery series. The story takes place just after the end of the final Iron Druid book in Australia....

    An interesting anthology which seems to be post-conclusion stories. In Death and Honey, each story has a central theme of Death and Honey. I know, you probably could have figured that out without me. It also appears to feature characters whose stories have concluded already and it g...

    I knocked off a star because I didn't really enjoy the Chuck Wendig story in this collection. Kevin Hearne did his usual excellent job of putting the thoughts of Oberon the Irish Wolfhound and Starbuck the Boston Terrier on to the page and making the characters pop. The bee puns in ...

    One story was GREAT, the others not so much. I'll be honest, I bought this book solely for Kevin Hearne's story! I love The Iron Druid Novels and especially Oberon the dog. That story was the great one but I might be a bit biased. The second story was a dud, the third story was just ok...

    Three novellas, three authors. The first, from Kevin Hearne, was a solid entry in the Iron Druid series of stories, this time focused more on solving a crime than battling some ancient god. As usual, witty and fun. The second entry by Delilah S. Dawson, was a mostly forgettable ...

    The Buzz Kill (An Oberon's Meaty Mystery) By Kevin Hearn Written like it's aimed at an elementary school aged reader. And the murderer's motive was flimsy. Not inclined to read more by this author. Grist Of Bees (A Shadow Novella) By Lila Bowen (aka Delilah S. Dawson) Fe...

    I only picked this up for the new Oberons Meaty Mystery and damn am I glad I did. This novella encompassed a lot of what made the fans of the series, fans. It was funny, heartfelt, and full of delicious sounding foods. I really feel like this wrapped up the series in a way that was bet...

    The price is worth Oberons Meaty Mysteries. I'm happy to have the chance to catch another Meaty Mystery. The other two stories were lackluster. I might have liked them better if Oberons story was last. Oberons Meaty Mysteries gets a 10 star out of 5 cause it's great. The others I wo...

  • Mary Saha
    Mar 02, 2019

    Back in 2015 WAY COOL writers Kevin ?I play a druid on TV? Hearne, Delilah S. ?I sometimes call myself Lila Bowen? Dawson and Chuck ?the dark ornithologist? Wendig collaborated on a TASTY anthology of urban fantasy novellas Three Slices whose cohesive theme was ? cheese. ...

    This hardcover is published in two formats, the signed limited edition of 1500 copies and the lettered edition of 52 copies. This is copy 1385. Signed by Lila Bowen, Kevin Hearn, Chuck Wendig. Contents: 007 - Kevin Hearn - "The Buzz Kill" - An Oberon Meaty Mystery 103 - Lila Bow...

    Three good stories. I came for the Kevin Hearne story but was more impressed with Lila Bowen's and Chuck Hearne's tales. But fans of any of the three will be pleased. ...

    Shamelessly liking this So I only got this book for the first story, by Kevin Hearne. You?ll never guess why. My name appears in this story because at a charitable auction held at the Libertycon SF convention in Chattanooga, Kevin offered up an opportunity to be in his world. W...

    Kevin Hearn - Buzz Kill What can I say, anything with Oberon involved speaks to my crazy dog lady. I enjoyed his newest meaty mystery and Starbuck's growing vocabulary. I was a bit excited when I thought Atticus' Irish lilt would be constant throughout the storyline but wasn't disapp...

    Death & Honey is an anthology of three unrelated novellas from some of the best urban fantasy/fantasy authors of our time? Each book has a loose connection to bees, honey, and death? The Buzz Kill, read by Luke Daniels. Speed 1.5x Picking up several months after the dramati...

    Only read "The Buzz Kill" but I really enjoyed it ...

    Hearne and Bowen?s stories were phenomenal. I initially read this only for Kevin Hearne, but I am now 100% invested in reading the series that Bowen?s short story came from. I will not, however, touch Wendig?s with a ten foot pole. The third story just felt like a few hours...

    currently having a love hate relationship with this story line. While I get a writers desire to transfer some bit of wisdom, or idea or whatever, I read fantasy to escape the blood sucking depression of everyday life. not appreciating Atticus' continued ... time out shall we say, keep ...

    3.5 The Buzz Kill = 4.5 First of Bees = 2.5 Interlude: Tanager = 4 ...

    Perfect I just finished Vultures and I finished the other two series before that. These stories are the perfect way to get another taste of those worlds. I would love more. Following Wren further, following Owen and his grove, or following Winifred's daughter and learning more about...

  • Stephanie Smith
    Mar 07, 2019

    Back in 2015 WAY COOL writers Kevin ?I play a druid on TV? Hearne, Delilah S. ?I sometimes call myself Lila Bowen? Dawson and Chuck ?the dark ornithologist? Wendig collaborated on a TASTY anthology of urban fantasy novellas Three Slices whose cohesive theme was ? cheese. ...

    This hardcover is published in two formats, the signed limited edition of 1500 copies and the lettered edition of 52 copies. This is copy 1385. Signed by Lila Bowen, Kevin Hearn, Chuck Wendig. Contents: 007 - Kevin Hearn - "The Buzz Kill" - An Oberon Meaty Mystery 103 - Lila Bow...

    Three good stories. I came for the Kevin Hearne story but was more impressed with Lila Bowen's and Chuck Hearne's tales. But fans of any of the three will be pleased. ...

    Shamelessly liking this So I only got this book for the first story, by Kevin Hearne. You?ll never guess why. My name appears in this story because at a charitable auction held at the Libertycon SF convention in Chattanooga, Kevin offered up an opportunity to be in his world. W...

    Kevin Hearn - Buzz Kill What can I say, anything with Oberon involved speaks to my crazy dog lady. I enjoyed his newest meaty mystery and Starbuck's growing vocabulary. I was a bit excited when I thought Atticus' Irish lilt would be constant throughout the storyline but wasn't disapp...

    Death & Honey is an anthology of three unrelated novellas from some of the best urban fantasy/fantasy authors of our time? Each book has a loose connection to bees, honey, and death? The Buzz Kill, read by Luke Daniels. Speed 1.5x Picking up several months after the dramati...

    Only read "The Buzz Kill" but I really enjoyed it ...

    Hearne and Bowen?s stories were phenomenal. I initially read this only for Kevin Hearne, but I am now 100% invested in reading the series that Bowen?s short story came from. I will not, however, touch Wendig?s with a ten foot pole. The third story just felt like a few hours...

    currently having a love hate relationship with this story line. While I get a writers desire to transfer some bit of wisdom, or idea or whatever, I read fantasy to escape the blood sucking depression of everyday life. not appreciating Atticus' continued ... time out shall we say, keep ...

    3.5 The Buzz Kill = 4.5 First of Bees = 2.5 Interlude: Tanager = 4 ...

    Perfect I just finished Vultures and I finished the other two series before that. These stories are the perfect way to get another taste of those worlds. I would love more. Following Wren further, following Owen and his grove, or following Winifred's daughter and learning more about...

    Soooo... The Buzz Kill: An Oberon's Meaty Mystery by Kevin Hearne Short Story One by Kevin Hearn was hilarious, charming, and delicious soul food. This story is one of Oberon's Meaty mystery series. The story takes place just after the end of the final Iron Druid book in Australia....

    An interesting anthology which seems to be post-conclusion stories. In Death and Honey, each story has a central theme of Death and Honey. I know, you probably could have figured that out without me. It also appears to feature characters whose stories have concluded already and it g...

    I knocked off a star because I didn't really enjoy the Chuck Wendig story in this collection. Kevin Hearne did his usual excellent job of putting the thoughts of Oberon the Irish Wolfhound and Starbuck the Boston Terrier on to the page and making the characters pop. The bee puns in ...

    One story was GREAT, the others not so much. I'll be honest, I bought this book solely for Kevin Hearne's story! I love The Iron Druid Novels and especially Oberon the dog. That story was the great one but I might be a bit biased. The second story was a dud, the third story was just ok...

    Three novellas, three authors. The first, from Kevin Hearne, was a solid entry in the Iron Druid series of stories, this time focused more on solving a crime than battling some ancient god. As usual, witty and fun. The second entry by Delilah S. Dawson, was a mostly forgettable ...

    The Buzz Kill (An Oberon's Meaty Mystery) By Kevin Hearn Written like it's aimed at an elementary school aged reader. And the murderer's motive was flimsy. Not inclined to read more by this author. Grist Of Bees (A Shadow Novella) By Lila Bowen (aka Delilah S. Dawson) Fe...

    I only picked this up for the new Oberons Meaty Mystery and damn am I glad I did. This novella encompassed a lot of what made the fans of the series, fans. It was funny, heartfelt, and full of delicious sounding foods. I really feel like this wrapped up the series in a way that was bet...