Listening to this for the don't-know-how-many time, I listened to the interesting details in a conversation between Harry and Lash. Just realized how the rest of the discussion was cut off by accident in the big dramatic scene in the caves.
I got hooked on The Dresden Files after checking out the criminally short-lived Sci-Fi Network series Netflix. After blazing through Storm Front, Fool Moon, and Grave Peril, I told myself to pace them out and spaced the others between Jack Reacher and Elvis Cole stories. After the amazing ramp up that was Dead Beat, I can't stop myself from listening to the next one right away. Jim Butcher has crafted truly deep and woven stories filled with wonderfully complex and faulted characters.
Without giving spoilers, White Night continues the Lashiel storyline by allowing Harry to explore what the Demarian has given him, and the potential price it might cost. Harry also finds himself torn between a forgotten enemy who might be up to no good, comrades new and old, and the realization that bring devoted to family might not be as easy as he thought.
If you are new to the Dresden Files and love modern day mixed with fantasy, then you owe it to yourself to give it a shot. Just don't start here, or else you'll be cheating yourself out of an amazing ride that starts with the first book.
James has once again done a fantastic job bringing Jim Butcher's characters to life.
Both of them have perfected their respective skills; all the small issues from the early audio books are gone.
I found Hairy Dresden when his short lived show was airing on The SciFi Channel. It has been two month's and I am already catching up to the upcoming 16th book; even buying extra audible credits.
I love this series, and if you enjoyed the show I bet you will too.
If your just starting out with this book, know that Jim Butcher does a good job of getting the reader up to speed, and provides plenty of backstory so you will never feel lost.
Dresden Files are always good and comforting. The storylines are well planned and the characters have real depth.