A great start to an amazing series. Butcher does a masterful job of laying the ground work for future books while still spinning a compelling fantasy.
this was a really good read ... erm...i mean listen. Jim Butcher makes the bad guys very bad and the good guys very misunderstood and brings the story to a nail biting climax where all hope is lost ~ he gets me every time and that is why i love his books
Excellent story. Very well constructed. Excellent narration. This story leaves one anxious for more. I look forward to getting on to the next in the series.
Excellent story and performance! I was slightly annoyed with the trumpet sounds that signify the end of discs though. I'm excited to for the rest of the series.
Reminded me a lot of Sanderson's fantasy, especially the Stormlight Archives and of Jordan's Wheel of Time series; high praise in my opinion.
I was a little surprised that no part of it reminded me at all of Dresden, it's obviously very different in style, tone, context and scope but I expected a little of Butcher's empathy, romanticism and perspective on what it means to be human that is so evident in the Dresden Files to shine through. This isn't a bad thing, it just surprised me.
Kate Redding always does a wonderful job on narration and this book was no exception!
I am however nuking one star because of those dreadful sound effect between chapters.
Predicable story. Too many simultaneous stories. Boring lengthy descriptions make it hard to follow the story at times. Nothing clever here.
Not sure. Still trying to purge from this story..
Yes. I don't think a British woman is a good choice for this type of story.
Impatience. Frustration. Anger.