I love this series. Everyone I expose it to gets hooked. Each book is better than the last and James Marsters brings them all to life.
Really enjoyed the book, but at attest 2 chapters the narrative skipped. was a bit bothersome.
There is an audio problem with chapter 13 skips about 1 min, but its not hard to follow, just kinda annoying.
As much as I've enjoyed portions of this series, I'm quickly remembering why I had stopped listening... and why this will be my last one.
The author has some really great ideas at times, but for me the enjoyment has been trumped by his 7th grade sophistication when it comes to how Harry Dresden is treated by his "superiors" and rivals on the white council; by the boiling anger from Michael at times where it doesn't fit the situation; by Murphy's anger and frustration with Harry in situations where she should be more understanding and informed. I think Butcher is trying to create empathy for Harry when he is treated with hostility, scorn, contempt, etc. by White Council members. But it's so unbelievable, so irrational and unfair, that it becomes simply stupid.