Great series, lyrical descriptions of characters, actions and locales. Butcher makes everything seem real and possible.
Attorney - love to listen to audio books
The story is well paced and entertaining. I like the Wizzard, who is the story teller. As the series progresses, the characters begin to flesh out. It appears that there is going to be a love triangle (the Wizzard, the female newspaper reporter and the female Detective) and I don't know how I want it to resolve itself.
As an idol for idiot worshippers, it behooves me to be as well-read as possible. But being an idiot I prefer to be read to.
Because the characters annoyed me. But the story was compelling enough. Marsters is excellent though.
I loved this book and so far I love the series. The way it was written is just outstanding. With the ammount of detail and character about each person, I can just about imagine being there.
The series is moving forward, exciting action and good character development. The narrator would be great but for the lip smacking, audible swallowing as if he has a dry mouth. Especially noticeable when he speaks with a low volume. It's annoying, hope it is corrected in the next story.
I love how this narrator is more than words. He makes subtle sounds that go beyond most narrators and really enhance the characters personality.
I loved the dresden files tv show so I've started reading the books. This one as all of them have fabulous narration. This second offering in the series had lots of action and plenty of red herrings. All the makings of a good mystery and yet it wasn't as good as the tv show. And that's something I never thought I would say about any book.