Yes, I enjoyed the way it was presented.
The battle in the police department.
There were perfectly placed parts that made me laugh out loud.
The perfect combination of Mystery, Magic, Monsters, and Mayhem, rounded out with a touch of humor.
I enjoyed this book and the narration so much that I bought the next ten books in the series. I love Butcher's convoluted story line with the Harry Desden's character. If you like supernatural themed books, this is a must listen.
its not the destination your looking for but the journey getting there its why we read
The narrator is very expressive and great and getting into different characters.
the prison werewolf transformation and subsequent carnage scene
Feeling and depth of character
I loved the book but the poor lead character gets injured so frequently I needed time in between listens for both him and me to recover!
Just the way he reads the story
Retreads very well. He puts the emotions into his reading
I'll have to listen again to see.
I'll listen to them all
Awesome book... better than the first one. Dresden is so funny especially when he is in trouble and he is always in trouble.
Absolutely. Jim Butcher's writing and James Marsters reading is a wonderful combination.
I would tell you but I don't wanna spoil the story
I love that he gives each character their own personality
I didn't like the first book very much but had bought the first two at the same time so I went ahead and listened to the second. James Marsters narration has gotten much better and I've since gone ahead and bought the whole series, up to Book 12!
No, there are so many other books I liked so much better, this was pretty average. Nothing to which I feel the need to read a sequel.
This is my first Butcher book. He's a typical fiction writer from what I was able to discern.
Sure. In this particular book he does sound bored but I believe that was his interpretation of Harry's attitude toward life.
This is NOT Harry Potter for adults. It's far more amateurish and predictable.
I wasn't even really looking for a book about wizards, though Jim Butcher writes the world of wizardry quite well. I was more interested in the werewolf aspect of the book, and I love the depth and diversity that he gave to the werewolves. Lots of legends accommodated. I really enjoyed it.