I love to read but never have the time anymore. I found Audible and it has been a wonderful surprise!
I fall a little more in love with these books after each one I finish. The Carpenter family are just amazing and friendships that Harry has are ones we all wish for.
So I hear this is where the series really gets going. I certainly enjoyed it.
Marsters is an excellent reader as always. There are usually 3 words per book that are mispronounced, which confuses me listening to it, e.g. "writhe" in this one. Regardless his reading is fantastic.
There are few authors which, to me, create a captivating narrative which remains conscious of its faults, strengths, and cliches, while remaining steadfast in their ability to make one love all facets of the book; Jim Butcher is very much one of them.
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No, I personally didn't care for the narrator or his style.
Definitely the exorcism. Gave me chills...
Not really. Usually a narrator will use different inflections of the voice or something, but I was really only able to tell who was talking thanks to Butcher's "I said," or "Bob went on talking".
Considering it's 11 and a half hours, not really. I can only do that with books that are around 5 hours or less.
Marsters was the probably here for me. He spoke too slowly, and when I tried to speed it up, it became almost unintelligible.
If you love this genre but hate the typical vampire vs human series, this is a must for you. Unique storyline and fabulous character creation. This was written to make us think twice about who your standing next to and what is in the bad, really. Fun and scary
The Dresden Files get better by the book. This story is stronger in the supernatural melodrama. And the narrator is really gifted.
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!