I am , it's difficult to follow everything so I'm listening to it again.
It's not that type of book - this is a textbook really
I am able to identify where I have carried shame in my own life.
Again, this is pretty much a text book. Don't expect it to roll like the catcher in the rye. There are parts that won't apply to you but the parts that do may make it all worth it.
Everything. It's droning, nothing happens, half the characters are MIA. I made it all the way to book 4 and I don't think I'll continue.
The narrator used the voices inconsistently. It made things that much worse.
NO!!!! It was a 32 hour reminder that I wasted my money.
The foundation of a good story is there - it just never showed up.
Side jobs closes some gaps in the series. I can see why some of the stories were left out from a continuity standpoint but I am very glad to have heard them
James Marsters is the best narrator out there. Book 13 is read by someone else and I enjoyed it but it's not the same. I have listened to them all and there is a comfort level or even intimacy that you have with a narrator. You are letting this person whisper in your ear for 15 hours or so. In the case ofJames Marsters I find an honesty or sincerity that matches what I would expect from Harry. He adds to the suspension of disbelief required in a series like this.
James Marsters is a gifted and talented man.
I was sad when I finished listening to this as I thought it was the end of the line for the Dresden files and I was excited to see that "Cold Days" was released but it' s not available on Audible yet. Thanks Mr. Butcher for all the hours of entertainment.
James Marster is the best narrator I have found. I enjoy the series and the environment Jim Butcher has created. The series is excellent and worth the time and money.
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