For fans of the series, this book has several great reveals. If you don't read the books in order, (I tend to jump around), definitely read this one sooner rather than later. The gaps that are filled in will make later books more enjoyable.
By now we have developed expectations of Harry and his friends. This one surprised us, especially with character development.
We most often listen when we are on road trips. Recently my husband has been negotiating for more Dresden rather than tv. Win-win.
Hilarious, terrifying, surprisingly heartwarming. Butcher's protagonist keeps growing into a decent human being, despite his best wishes. Excellent supporting characters, and Marsters is the perfect voice for them all.
I can't imagine anyone else narrating Dresden's story. James Marsters is spot on. Harry handles his new work environment with aplomb and Mr. Butcher writes about making the adult film sympathetically; with humor and without prurience.