Great Mystery Book!
As the story unfolded in all it's complexities, I thought that I had figured it out. I was really wrong!
My favorite character was of course the central character, Sharon McCone.
This book kept my interest, it was hard to stop listening. I usually only listen in my car, but this book was too exciting, so I finished it at home.
If you like mysteries, this is one not to be missed. A really good book with well drawn characters and a plot which kept me interested to the end. I recommend it highly.
This book contained many explicit male on male sexual situations. The sex in this book did not add to the story, in fact the story was pretty weak. Maybe the title should have been Sex with the Devil.
This was SUCH a good book, I enjoyed every thrill packed minute. James Marsters IS Harry Dresden. This book was one of Jim Butcher's best. Exciting from beginning to end. All the characters are back. I couldn't stop listening. At the end all I could think is 'WOW what a ride!" I'd give it 6 stars, if I could.
Only sad part is that the book is over and I have to wait a year for another.
For Dog Lovers
This book had so many fun ideas, the author really understands dogs. He does such a great job of anthropomorphizing the dogs in this book.
Anthony Reece did an incredible job of giving each dog a voice of their own. He really captured 'dog'. I truly enjoyed his reading of this book. He made it so much more enjoyable.
This book had so many 'tongue in cheek' doggy moments. Some were hilarious, some sad.
Oh how I wish that my dogs could talk like these and that I could understand.
It's always fun to follow Sharon McCone on an investigation and this one does not disappoint. Many twists to this 'cold case' keeps you listening. Well read by narrator.
Really fun set of short stories. James Marsters IS Harry Dresden. I love the narration. The stories were great, it was especially good to have the introduction before each story with a description of where it fit in the Dresden 'timeline'.
I was really disappointed that the 'regular' Dresden narrator, James Marsters, did not read this book. He is really much better than John Glover, giving the characters individual personalities. Marsters brought Dresden's sarcasm to life.
I don't know why this book is on the best seller list, I thought that it was awful. All the short stories had dark themes, some were mean-spirited. Most of the characters were shallow and uninteresting, the problems that they faced were predictable, as were the outcomes.
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