Only as a comparison to see if this book was an anomaly and if there is a different narrator.
disappointment for sure
Without question. You can always pickup unenvisioned meaning in the story the second time through.
The turning of Goodman Grey. There is always a plot twist, but this one was not anticipated.
The interaction of Harry with Maggie and Mouse in the Carpenters home the first time back.
James Marsters continues to provide the caliber of performance that all other narrators are judged against, and few attain. The book is a departure from the story line in the life of Harry. Possibly an attempt to expand the view and provide new paths for future books.
Audible production comment - The editing of chapters in the story needs to be reviewed for accuracy.Several times through the reading I was treated to a replay of previously read chapters as if they were new.
If there are other books in the series and they are not read by James Marsters I won't be buying them.
Only if I have not listened to a series with another voice. After 13 previous books he is just not Harry Dresden. It completely flattened the book.
Everything in this book was not in keeping with Harry Dresden. I stopped listening part way through and went to other books because I couldn't continue to listen.Imaging replacing Alan Alda with Alan Thicke in the 10 season of MASH.
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