First, let me say that this is the first Dr. Who audiobook I've listened to that wasn't narrated by David Tennet. However, Christopher Ryan does such a fabulous job of capturing the spirit of the 10th Doctor that it didn't matter. I actually enjoyed it more because his other voices and regular narration were fantastic! If you're a 10th doctor fan, this is a great listen. I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Exciting twisty plot
Michael, Since his appearance in the series, he's always given Harry an anchor point upon which to pivot, reminding him that goodness, riteousness and religion are not the same.
James brings a continuity and grace to his reading. His inflections and characterizations draws you into the story and during high points, I almost cheered out loud.
It definitely made me laugh out loud at times, cheer for the hero at others, and smile widely.
I wish I didn't have to wait so long between Dresden novels. I really enjoy the series.
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