My first book will be released sometime in 2015. I hope for late spring, but it might be late fall. It will be about dragons and civics.
The only thing close to a complaint I can come up with for any book in The Dresden Files is that Jim Butcher creates so many amazing secondary characters that you will always miss a few of them in each book. Toot is just plain awesome. But I give this book full stars because it is still a perfect listen/read. But please start with book one in this series.
I love Fiction. Magic, Dragons, Wizards, and Spies!
Easily Number 1! The book is so well written but the narrator adds cherries, sprinkles, and all toppings to this sundae. My second favorite book is book 5, then book 4, etc. They just get better and better! I listened to this one in the car but have read the others! I am already on book 9!
I can't think of any other book other than the previous Dresden Files. They are unique and so good!
EVERYTHING!!!! He gives different voices to each character and remembers their voices throughout the books! I am spoiled by James Marsters and it is difficult to listen to anything else!
If I could have, I would have!
If you haven't read book 1, take your credit or dollar and take a leap. You won't regret it!
Listening Harry Dresden get out of yet another pickle.
He sounds completely authentic. I buy him as gumshoe Harry Dresden and he does a good job with all of the characters. I always know who's talking when James reads the various characters in the book.
I wouldn't say my reaction is extreme but I almost always get a good chuckle out of Harry Dresden and his magical friends.
This book is pure mind candy.
I recommend this whole series to anyone who loves to read sci-fi/detective/fantasy.
Jim Butcher's writing always makes me happy. In every book I laugh out loud and find myself really connecting with the characters. I smile, cry, and fall in love.
Yes. But in a few years after I have finished all of the Dresden books.
Bob is my favorite character. There is just something about a skull that is a sex fiend and enjoys cheesy romance novels.
Harry Dresden, of course.
It made me smile a lot and sometimes laugh. Sort of reminds of sweet and sour with the extreme violence being the sour.
Maybe not great writing but characters that are great such as the temple dog, mister the cat and Murphy. I can count on listening to these books to delight me. I go around saying 'hells bells' when I have a problem.
There is an overarching humour to the piece due to the circumstances surrounding the story.
James Marsters always delivers a rock solid performance.
Love listening to audio books at work or on the road.
Just the hilariousness of he whole situation
When he finds out Thomas is his brother.
again Thomas is his brother
Who Knew? Harry has a brother . . . and a dog. Hired to recover sacred temple dogs for a client, Harry accidentally keeps one. The puppy demonstrates some unusual behavior and soon bonds with Harry. Meantime, Harry discovers that the vampire who has helped him solve a few cases is his brother. Love and lust among the White Court of vampires keeps Harry confused about his brother, but soon blood and a cameo from his mother defeats fear, and he realizes he will do anything to help his brother.