The story was unimpressive but the reader really started to get on my nerves. Initially when I heard the mouth sounds of swallowing, tongue and cheek sucking and dry mouth I thought it made the reader more real, then it started to get in the way. Towards the end I was angrily yelling at the reader to step back from the microphone and take a drink of water. I don't even know how the story ended even though I listened to the end because the mouth sounds were so distracting/annoying/irritating/aggravating!
I expected to enjoy the stories, bit the narration address something very human and compelling. Beautifully done, I am eating these books at a splendid pace.
There were some odd pronounciations on a couple words, but overall very enjoyable. This is one of my favorite series and this book is the point in which Butcher really came into his own and his style began to outshine the film noir he was originally inspired by.
I love this series. This is where things really kick into gear. The first two books were great but this is where Michael and Thomas come in and other things are set into motion. I just love this series and James Marsters does a fantastic job reading them!
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I kept hearing that this was the book the series really takes off on But it was really just more of the same. which isn't terrible, really, because I enjoyed the previous books, but I was anticipating some huge leap in the writing, which I just didn't see. The action is still well done but the mystery still falls flat. The women are still all sexy and still described from their nips to their bottoms. Harry still somehow finds one last ounce of energy to defeat the bad guy... then another ounce... then another. James Marsters is still on point as always. I still really did enjoy it, as I did the first two, but I don't know if it will be enough to keep me reading the series. if I'm going to read a series with this many books in it, I want something more.
fantastic book made better by the James. he does an excellent job and just knows the right inflections to put on words.
Great to meet Michael... Hope for more w him. Also look forward to learning more of Fairy Godmother backstory. James Marsters does a great job with the performance.