Yes I definitely will... I'm going to eventually read/listen to the entire series front to back in proper temporal order (including the shorts).
Toot of course... and he wasn't even in the book! Seriously there are too many good characters to even let me pick one.
Harry's day off was my favorite short of the book.
Name's fine... don't sweat the small stuff.
Tooooo short... and while I've enjoyed Jim's entry into steampunk... I hope Harry doesn't languish and Jim is able to maintain the 2 year release cycle.
this was so much fun to listen to. loved the narration as usual, but getting to see these in between moments so was neat. so many insights into the other characters minds you don't usually get. I think my favorites were the very first and very last stories. Harry and Murphy unset the love charm was pretty awesome too :) Thomas's chapter was fascinating as well. loved getting inside his head.
Stick with the books. This was ok, but did not meet the high standards I now expect from the series. Still a fun read
A great collection of stories and the last brings it all full-circle. James Marsters' performance is genius, masterful and consistent when roles or perspective changes.
The monster of the week concept is what I loved about comic books and inspires me to write. As the love for these type of stories continue to grow in popularity, were they ever to revisit making The Dresden Files as a series on TV, these are the stories that make great one-hour or two-part episodes.
It was wonderful getting a view of Harry's world from different characters' perspectives. Series in the first person sometimes miss greater depth due to the narrow focus, so I really hope there will be further "side jobs." As for James Marsters' performance, I am blown away by the breadth of his skills: drama, accents, tones, timing...amazing!