James Marsters is great. Isn't consistent with accents from past books though. Slightly annoying if you are listening to the books close together and in order like I am. He still is great though!
All was great in Chicago; I was happily listening to the witty banter, excellent comedic timing, etc.
However, at a key moment in the plot, the audiobook jumped forward an indeterminate time. It was early on, so not the climax or anything, but still galling. I tried deleting the book and re-downloading the book multiple times to no avail. So I just charged ahead. Eventually I was able to pick up the threads and enjoy the rest of the book, but I will always wonder what happened....
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.