I have something like 216 books in my library at this time, I always mean to be more active but I go nowhere without a book in my earphones
near the top. its a book of short stories so any one of them isn't a match for a full book but Jim Butcher does it again bringing life to paranormal's favorite hero
Dresden of course how could it be any different
James Marsters is by far the best narrator I have heard to date. and as always he brings life to Harry Dresden in a way no one else could
as they were short stories I was able to listen to each story in one sitting.
keep them coming Jim Butcher please keep them coming.
Yes, I would because I want to see the point of view from other characters in Harry Dresden's world. I enjoyed seeing/listening to the difference between Harry and Thomas (Backup) and I enjoyed Karin's POV (Aftermath.)
I do not know of another book at the moment that I would.
I have listened to James Marster's perform other Harry Dresden books, and I enjoy each one.
I cried at the end of the short story, "Warrior" for a few minutes. I laughed at many parts in the book, especially the stories that included Mac.
Love listening to audio books at work or on the road.
My favorite short story was the one told by Thomas as it gives an insight into a the oblivion wars which is pretty awesome.
I held off on this book for a few months after I finished Cold Days to make the wait to the next instalment not as painful. I have to admit that this book gives you such a good insight into some of the other characters in the book, especially the last story. Builds the appreciation for Harry!! Now the wait until the next instalment... Hurry up Jim!!!!
I am a 27 year old nurse pursuing a nurse practitioner degree. My favorite book genres are: fantasy, science fiction, medicine and sociology
This is a must-read for Dresden Files fans, and is best read between book 12 and 13. Loved the storyline about Thomas in particular!
This also ends up on Amazon, so I'll make it short.:)
Tidy up lose-ends. Does that have a hyphen, or is that 4 words?
The stories told from the perspective of other characters is cool.
The story following the newly retired Carpenter getting pissed off and needing Harry to talk him down in the end was my favorite. I thought that character from a Black and White morality getting crippled in a Grey morality Dresden story was harsh.
I only listen to books these days. Don't have time to sit down and read. The Harry Dresden series is one of my favorites. The stories are captivating and the narration is superb.
I enjoyed seeing different perspectives on characters other than Harry.
He does an incredible job bringing the characters to life.
Great! Very insightful.
I loved Thomas's point of view on Dresden. They were all memorable though.
I love James Marsters's performance. He give each character a unique voice. He is the voice of Dresden. I listened to Ghost Story, which was not read by James Marsters and was very disappointed. No one can give the same unique voice to Dresden or any of the other characters.
Obviously the last story where Murphy knows something has happened to Dresden but doesn't want to admit it to herself. You truly understand how much she loves Dresden and how much she understands that important work Dresden did. So much so that she takes up where he left off.
I have listened to the Dresden file books from book 1 to Ghost Story. I also read the books first myself. I love listening to the audio books after I have already read the books because I always hear parts that somehow I missed while I was reading. The Dresden File books are wonderful and entertaining books.
I usually love stories by Neil Gaiman and this one is no exception. The story of Nobody Owens told in The Graveyard Book has its dark moments but falls just short of being scary.
You can watch videos of Mr. Gaiman reading chapters from the book at his web site for young readers “Mr. Bobo’s Remarkable Mouse Circus” where you can also find his other YA books and games.
James Marsters is the best narrator for this series. It fills in so missing pieces of information.