Carniepunk: The Demon Barker of Wheat Street

Carniepunk: The Demon Barker of Wheat Street


(This story takes place six years after Tricked, the fourth book of the Iron Druid Chronicles, and two weeks after the events of the novella Two Ravens and One Crow.)

From the New York Times bestselling author of Hounded—“a superb urban fantasy debut” (Publishers Weekly, starred review)—comes an Iron Druid Chronicles short story in the captivating Carniepunk anthology.

The ancient Druid Atticus O’Sullivan gets more than greasy corn dogs and flat soda when he visits a carnival in Kansas to which his apprentice, Granuaile, drags him. He runs across a barker with a strange power over the crowd: attractive women leave their men and disappear into an unmarked tent, never to be seen again, and the men wander away, forgetting that they ever had girlfriends or wives. When Granuaile falls under the barker’s influence and enters the tent, Atticus isn’t about to forget it and move on. He and his Irish wolfhound, Oberon, pursue her and discover the horrifying secret to the carnival’s success.

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  • Lyn

    Something ghoulish and nasty this way comes!Carniepunk: The Demon Barker of Wheat Street by Kevin Hearne is a short story in Hearne’s Iron Druid Chronicles, which is my favorite urban fantasy litera...

  • Eon ?Windrunner?

    3.5 StarsCool little short featuring Atticus, Oberon & Granuaille....

  • Kimberley doruyter

    now i really don't want to go to a carnieval...

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  • Sharon Powers

    Book Review by Sharon Powers.Well...not really a full-fledged book review--more like a short story from Kevin Hearne. This story, CarniePunk: The Demon Barker of Wheat Street, is from Kevin Hearne's T...

  • Suzie

    Its no secret, I love the Iron Druid series and one of the main reason is because of Oberon, Atticus' trusty sidekick, hero in his own right, Irish wolfhound dog. And a huge part of that is not only t...

  • David Teachout

    How do you get people to choose to go to Hell? Well, make it a theme-park ride and don't tell anybody the door to Hell is real until it's too late. So sets the stage for Atticus and Granuaille, months...

  • Nichole ~Bookaholic~

    I did like the story and while the narrator was not bad.....the voices were just so wrong....oberon did not sound like he should.....but that is not the fault of the narrator, like I said he did a goo...

  • Michelle

    A quick listen to get me back in the mood for The Iron Druid series, it was good but bot great. As a short story, it was certainly short and lacked some of details I thought that would make it feel mo...

  • Timothy Boyd

    While I am not an eBook fan, OK I really hate them, I couldn't resist reading this one from my favorite Urban Fantasy series. Highly recommended...