I accidentally stumbled upon the Dresden Files binge watching a short lived TV series. I was pleased to learn that the show was based on a book. I was more pleased to learn that The Dresden Files is a series of books. Since the last discovery I've enjoyed bing reading - listening to the "books." (hooray kindle/audible marriage). I love the stories, I love the narrator, and I love the escape into the mystical realm of... Chicago. Really!?
If you love this genre but hate the typical vampire vs human series, this is a must for you. Unique storyline and fabulous character creation. This was written to make us think twice about who your standing next to and what is in the bad, really. Fun and scary
This book leverages on the previous ones and makes for a delightful thrilling adventure. I'm glad I decided to dive into the Dresden Files.
This is a great story with depth and intrigue where the bigger concepts and players in the Dresden universe are introduced. brilliantly performed by Mr. Marsters
James Marsters does it again! He is a humorous and engaging reader and a perfect fit for the wry Harry Dresden.
This book strays a little from the established formula. Rather than our usual cast of characters and case, we are on a quest of epic proportions! There is a lot to love here! Enjoy!
Non-stop action, engaging story, excellent narration....downloading Book 5 tonight. Impressive series (enjoyed Codex Alera also). Just put Jim Butchers "The Aeronaut's Windlass: The Cinder Spires,Book 1 in my wish list. Mr Butcher is truly a master storyteller !
Hard to really compare this to another book. Maybe Robert Parker's Spencer as a wizard set in Chicago (or some other mystical destination) v.s. Boston. Very well done and very entertaining. Excellent characters and story line.