Havent really been a big reader in the past, ive read a few koontz books and was always a Watchers fan, but ever since Ive really struggled finding something i could really get into, but after reading countless reviews and even mixing genres, I finally came across The Dresden Finals, and have been hooked ever since! Ive been captivated by Butchers writing through this entire series but paired up with marsters and its perfectly in sync. Marsters does what few other narrators can do, well one is keeping my attention, but he also further builds on the depth of the characters butcher has already successfully developed and really brings each character to the point where i feel like the stories being told through about 12 different people! I honestly dont prefer to read the book as much as I do to listen to it, because the voice in my head is not Harry Dresden, James Marsters is Harry Dresden. This is my first review Ive written on... well anything really, so Im sorry if its lengthy but this series is a definite must read in my opinion!
I love this book I have no problem listening to it from beginning to end my most memorable moment for me it was when Dresden followed his brother and found out he was Moonlighting as a hairdresser. the other memorable moment was when they got into the all-out fight in the keeps with the vampires and the ghouls.
totally forgot how much i liked this book. definitely an important one in the grand scheme of things Dresden. I'm glad I went back and listened again since I don't think I've heard it since it first came out.
I couldn't love this series more! James Marsters is amazing! he reads with such intensity! Dresden is a fantastic character and the supporting cast makes the team very interesting to follow.
One of the funnest dresden files to date. Ties up many loose ends and Dresden gets the girl AND a major makeout with the White Court Queen without becoming a thrawl.
It's carnage, mayham, and distruction wrapped up in classic Dresden wit.
I am of the firm opinion, that opinions are onions
This is one of my favorites! Enjoyable and elucidating as too what threats Dresden may face in the future.