Both Butcher and Marsters are hitting their stride with this book. The series is entertaining and well worth a listen
I enjoyed stories 1 and 2 very much, at the recommendation of a friend. I only wish I couldn't hear the saliva in the readers mouth/lips. I guess that's what you get, for listening to high def recordings, but I found it distracting.
The story is complex and intriguing, and James Marsden is a dream. Each character is so vividly described you can almost reach out and touch them. I kept thinking I was near the end because 3/4 of the book feels like a climax. About to start the next book right away...
i do like this wizard..though he seems to...cry a lot. he likes it when his "friends with benefits" gal sends HIM flowers. he is scared and socially awkward. kind if reminds me of the geeky guy in high school everyone is shocked ISN'T gay.
Sci-fi, detective, cozy. Only give 5s to those books I think stand above the rest. 4 is a good solid book. 3 is average, nothing special.
Well paced, good story. Nice differentiation between Warewolf types. Harry gets too lucky too often. He should be dead.
The performance of this work is really well done - it's why I choose audio books!
The story has wonderful descriptions and is a good mystery. I'm beginning to enjoy fantasy because of this writer. He does a good job of mixing suspense with fantasy.