The Dresden Files books never fail to please. Marsters has become Harry in all ways possible. His performance continues to precisely demonstrate the subtleties of each character. Exceptional.
I love to read but never have the time anymore. I found Audible and it has been a wonderful surprise!
I absolutely love Harry Dresden and I think this story was fantastically written. Harry's wit, personality and convictions make for a very interesting character and complex individual. Unlike some series I have read where the characters get stale I do not find that happening with Harry and his crew. They get more and more interesting and I have to say the way Harry uses his wit to maneuver his way out of the confrontation with the oldest Billy goat made me laugh out loud for real. I am excited for the next story and want to see what develops out of the whole Uriel (spelling) situation and the Black Council!
James Marsters really knows how to put on a performance. I was so impress at the raw emotion he puts into his reading that he brought me to tears in the middle of a crowded room.
Dresden's speech at the hospital's chapel.
A great story that raises the stakes even higher for Dresden. James Marsters does a great job, as usual, though I found it a little jarring how he changed voices for some of the characters from his previous audiobook recordings.