The Dresden Files get better by the book. This story is stronger in the supernatural melodrama. And the narrator is really gifted.
James Marsters is a perfect match for Dresden's combination of snark and jaded cynicism.
The story is already phenomenal, but Marsters really brings it to Life.
Grave peril seems to be as good a place to start as any. The twist and turns kept me on the edge of my seat. And now I really feel more vested in the characters and how their stories will play out. Bravo!
if you were underwhelmed with Storm Front or Fool Moon, don't give up! this book is where the writing and story really improve and the setting finally starts to feel like a lived in world. a great starting point for the series!
Harry dresden falls into a good stride in this book. He's funny, irreverent, smart, and scrappy. He does his best magic dressed only in boxer shorts with duckies on them. Bob is funny and smart. Michael is sturdy and lovable. Murphy is good peeps. And the villains are formidable as villains should be. The author over-likes the word "smote" near the end, but I like that word too, so I didn't mind so much. A good listen.
Yet another good Dresden story. I really can't complain. There are a couple of errors that Marsters makes, but that's just how things go with some audiobooks.
James Marsters is one truly gifted narrator! Listening to him is like seeing the novel unfold before you. I never get bored!
The book itself is wonderful! I've been loving the series so far and this one does not disappoint! Exciting and darkly humorous!
I am really enjoying this series easy listening and interesting characters and plots. I started from book 1 and each one gets better.