Jim Butcher writes stories that pull you into a world of magic and fantasy. Trouble is you don't want to leave. His ability to ensnare you is masterful! I highly recommend The Dresden Series! Thanks, Jim!
Audio book lover, wife, mother to three boys. I listen whenever I'm alone and can put headphones in.
kinda got lost in this story. Not sure why. i love Harry Dresden and the Dresden files. I'm not sure but this one was a little more difficult to get thru for me. i hung in there. I finished it. just listened in chunks instead of all at once.
This story was full of growth and change for Dresden. As always had me laughing but brought a fullness to the eyes in parts.
Narrator is awesome and keeps my interest effortlessly. And the the passing and structure of the story just drew me in and I couldn't stop,I cant say enough about Jims writing style. The whole series has been great can't wait to get the next.
Say something about yourself!
This has been the best book in the series for me so far. I've struggled to get through a few before this one, but Harry Dresden finally feels complete somehow in Turn Coat. I highly recommend it.
Morgan comes to Dresden for help despite the long adversarial relationship. We are shown some insight to the inner workings of the White Court, & the Wardens. A lot of things going on this book, very entertaining.
I love to listen to classics as well as hard Scifi while knitting or working out or just sitting. Always a good time.
Clearly one of his best Dresden efforts to date. Full of intrigue and excitement. Could not put it down. Brilliant.
James Marsters is a master of voice performance. I have been enjoying audio books for years as I often do long drives and audio books are great to for those long runs. The miles and hours just melt away.
I have enjoyed Mr. Marsters work as a TV actor but his presentation of the Dresden files is spectacular. So many voices and so many shadings of emotion and meaning. The characters form in you mind with rich clarity. There is no doubt that his performance takes one of my favorite series to a new height of enjoyment.
And Jim Butcher spins a tail around Harry in this book that is fascinating. To put Harry in the position to protect and defend the warden of the white court who has been trying to kill him for years is an irony that befits the noble but conflicted Harry Dresden.
I can't wait to start the next book in the series!
Harry, of course. But I am really growing to enjoy Molly's character. She is so green at this wizard stuff and so well intentioned. She trips and falls but Harry picks her back up with gentle hands every time.
I love this series!