Absolutely enjoyed this book great battles and twists and further development of Dresden as a wizard......i had an issue after chapter 18 to 22 most of the audio was scrambled. I will probably try to re down load again.
This book, this series, this author, this narrator are all phenomenal. I love this main character and all the other characters as well. The writing is simultaneously witty and elegant. It's hip and cool and nerdy. James Marsters is in my top three narrators...aw hell's bells, he's numero uno.
I have been a fan of the earlier books in the series, but this one took it to a new level. The stakes were higher and the consequences are greater. The climax of this book is something that I will remember for the rest of my life, and I will never look at The Field Museum the same way. Jim Butcher's writing was exciting and suspenseful. James Marsters did an excellent job. I especially like the way he brings each character to life.
With the thousands of 5 star ratings what can I add with a new review? Harry encounters a challenge or obstacle, or both, and through wit, power, heart and mind...with his body taking a beating... he saves the day for us mortals just like any of our familiar superheroes. But Harry Dresden is also just a guy in Chicago who needs a little help from his friends. He retains his humanity in spades. James Marsters narration is beyond compare.
in arguably Butcher's strongest book, Marsters delivers a powerful read, with diverse and moving character voices, you actually forget it's only one person! A delightful romp through the wonderful world of Harry Dresden.