Julia Whelan did a marvelous job of performing all of the characters. I absolutely loved the way she portrayed Abigail. I enjoyied the book more because of her ability to add such perfect inflections and mannerisms to the character that I would have missed out on had I been reading rather than listening to the book.
Often in books, characters who are supposed to be intelligent do obviously stupid things just so the plot can progress, I really appreciated that the author didn't find that necessary in this book.
I initially started listening to this book right after book 12 and jumped on the 'where's Harry' bandwagon. When I saw that book 14 was released I figured I'd have to listen to 13 just to get it out of the way and so I would be up to date with what was going on. I was really very pleasantly surprised. I've been listening to the Dresden Files for a long time. If I remember correctly, I think I had to buy the first few audio books on CD from Jim Butcher's website because I couldn't find them anywhere else. To me, after all these years James Marsters is Harry Dresden. But stuff happens, schedules don't work out and life goes on. I liked the book a lot and John Glover did a fine job. You shouldn't miss it.
I'm glad I waited, i'm glad I listened and now I'm glad James Marsters is back.
I've been a big Dresden fan for years and I am really happy to see that all books are now available through Audible. This books starts quick and doesn't let up. All of the characters you've come to know and love show up and I can't count the number of times I was completely taken by surprise. The title of this book says it all, get ready for some major changes. Another great Dresden.
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