Love listening to audios over the road when I'm driving ... Horror and fantasy books like Stephen King , Kim Harrison And many more...
Harry always keeps you, guessing & laughing at the same time. Never a dull moment.
Twenty-something tattooed knitter & traveler who loves to read everything from the canon classics to urban fantasy.
Fun, exciting, unique
Karrin Murphy - she kicks supernatural and mortal asses indiscriminately
I've seen Buffy the Vampire Slayer, however this was the first book I have heard James Masters read. He did an incredible job of performing Blood Rites, giving each character a distinct and consistent presence.
So much so that I nearly lost my earbuds in an unfortunate bath accident.
Jim Butcher is crazy and kind of amazing.
Don't know what to say about this book. It had the usual great characters and story but I just an so sick of vampires. Him did take a unique angle as he always does and the comic relief is still there but I just hate vampires.
I read it before, but having Mr. Marsden narrate gave it even more life! Jim butcher, of course, is the one to praise for the story, and he tells such a rich tale, I would like to come to Chicago to shake Harry Dresden's hand in person.
In which we are in full introduced to the series Deuteragonist. After the last two books, this plot is less apocalyptic, but the comedy is spot on from the first line, and there is an incredible face off against a scourge of vampires.
Loved the character development, and Murphy's ass ;-). Definite improvement in the prose too. Clearly a series I am going to commit to.
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.