It's a theme Im interested in pursuing in another venue because I can't stand to listen to this narrators moistness in his mouth or his breathiness. The dry way he reads can be tolerable if I didn't have to hear his bodily functions.
Hearing him move the saliva around in his mouth and hearing him swallow and hearing his breathiness.
Yes read it in print.
Waste of my audible credit
Fire this narrator
Enjoyable. James Marsters does a good job portraying Dresden, but there is room for improvement in the performance. Luckily, as the series goes on, he does get very good.
Very worth the time of someone looking for a good story about magic in the modern age.
Enjoyable storyline that adds humor to the story and embraces the darker elements. It was well read and a fun, short listen.
GOOD; character interplay, pace, story & amount of magic.
BAD; James Masters performance. Most characters sound like him. He mant times, desn't even attempt to make women sound feminine or different. The men are a bit better.
It's real hard, to tell whos talking. The emotional content is great & his only saving grace.
If he made women sound like women, the men sound different then him & added accents; he would be supurbe.
It's the story about a modern day wizerd & detective. He tryes to make a difference, while makeing a living as a detective.
This has alot more magic then the TV series, he isn't a push over here & he's alot more powerfill.
You're not going to find multiple layers of symbolism or any particularly artistic pros in this book but it is a fun story to listen to and an interesting performance. Masters does a nice job sounding like an indifferent wizard participating in the trivial events of the mortal world.
A grown up version of Harry potter meets a private detective novel. Fun, wildly imaginative and fully captivating. It kept my attention the entire time, unlike some novels where i tend to drift in the slower parts. Overall one of the better narrations and stories I have listened to on Audible.