Excellent narration and the flow of the story is very good. Only problem is that a certain part of the narration is missing, when they are in the safe house and the Denarian reveals her face. I had to find a copy of the book online to read what was missing and it was quite a bit of dialogue.
About half way through the book...i should have marked it. The tone changes/skips. It sounds as if a word or two is left off. Ill see if I can remember or find it during another play through.
Each book in the series can stand on its own, yet in following the series you become anxious to see how each character plays into the greater picture. Really enjoying it and highly recommend, great narrating, interesting characters that you begin to love or loath.
My first one if this serise. I enjoyed the short lived tv show, but this was soooo much better. James Marsters performance is spot on, excellent in every way. If they ever do a movie, they dam well better cast him as Harry...hells bells!
Netflix should do a complete reboot on the series...keeping it closer to the original storyline. ..who agrees that it would be a hit?
Just wanted to say how great he was in this performance. The emotion in his voice at a specific moment in the story enriched the scene beyond merely reading it would have provided.
In Chapter 13 at about 9 minutes and 52 seconds there's a large skip in the narration. From the sound of things it's a full page or more.
Other than that this is good solid Jim Butcher doing Dresden in classic fashion. I'm of the opinion that this is one of the better books in the series, and that's saying something.
twists and turns keep things interesting, to say the least. Just when you think they can take a breath, they're deep in the thick of it again.