It's a good story in a steam punk universe, the characters are entertaining, it's not predictable, and the preformance is pretty good.
I listen to audiobooks to keep me productive while I work and this one served that purpose.
Excellent audiobook! I love the whole series. The Dresden Files is a must read....or listen.
While James Marsters' performances of the Dresden files are usually excellent, in this performance not only does he forget the voices he used for the specific characters in previous books he also forgets the voices he used for specific characters IN THIS BOOK. I don't know if he was high, lazy, or just didn't care but it made it a lot harder to stat immersed when one chapter a character has an Italian accent and in the next they sound like Murphy. "Gentleman Johnny Marcone" who in all previous books sounded intelligent, sophisticated, and educated, now speaks like a cheesy Brooklyn construction worker. I love the series, I hope Marsters hasn't just stopped caring. I'm about to dig into "Turn Coat" please don't suck!
Excellent conclusion to a wonderful series! If you like Film Noir, if you like fantasy, if you like steam punk, this is series is pure Win! I'm only disappointed that it's over.
This is wonderful! The performance was excellent! The characters were great! The universe is amazing! I'm reading everything else Larry Correia has ever written in the hope that "lightning will strike twice"...it hasn't yet. The sequal "Spellbound" is pretty good!
Spellbound is good, not as good as book one in the series "Hard Magic" but still good.
The performance was excellent! The characters were great! I love the universe!!
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