A great novel read by the perfect narrator! James Marstars has the ability to capture the tone and inflection of every character so that you don't feel like you're just reading the book, but living it.
This series keeps getting better and better. I couldn't wait to finish the book, but I didn't want the story to be over.
I love The Dresden Files. I really enjoy Marster's voice work on all of the titles. So, when I say there's some technical flaws, I am not talking about the work.
There are two instances of skipping in this piece and while they do not affect the story all that much, it makes for a confusing read. If they could be fixed, that would be awesome.
The story was great but as I listened there where at least 2 places I noticed that there was a good chunk of audio missing. Had to find a PDF on line and read the missing bits.