It's difficult to say. It's one of the only series that makes me feel extremely close to the protagonists.
He knows how to underline a scene with intonation, rythm and pauses. It's an act all by it self. Certainly my favourite narrator together with James Masters.
I am glad I experienced this story.
Best showdown ever
Mouse - because he's still the smartest of the bunch
I preferred the earlier Dresden files where Marsters still breathed into the microphone. The narration was so natural without much acting.
He's a bit overly dramatic in this one. It's a pity because I love Marsters.
Let's say part 2 and 3, yes. Part 1 was hard to get through.
Great for fans of the series. Not so great for first timers.
When I first started the book I got borred after some time and I wanted to put it aside disappointedly.
Then I caught I cold that bound me to my couch today so I gave it another try and started to get addicted to the story and the characters. I listened to the last 12 hours without a break. It was moving.
I have listened to all 3 books in a row while travelling trough the north of Belgium. It was a fantastic experience. The story is intelligent, exciting and totally addictive.
A must listen...
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