This series has not become boring or tiresome. It is the 4th book in the Iron Druid Series and it is as fantastic as the 1st book. I like Urban Fantasy, I like it when all supernatural creatures, gods of difference believes deities etc come out play in the same time, realm etc. The Iron Druid, Atticus, is not an all knowing tree hugging creature. He makes mistakes, he knows it and he knows that there is so much more he needs to learn. A very lovable character is Oberon, the Irish Wolfhound. He brings comic relief and i have found myself laughing out loud many times and many times more smirking, smiling and grinning. Never did i feel bored or the thought, that i had to finish the book, had to keep on reading. However, you have to keep on reading, because you want to know what happens next. The author puts a lot research in the book and the characters. Another plus, it plays in Arizona, a state usually a bit overlooked in UF book. There is no romance, ahh well maybe a tiny hint, and that is okay. you want romance, read a PNR book. There are no spoilers in my review and it might even be short, too much to the point. all i can say read the book, read the series and read the series again.