Dresden's moaning. He goes on about how its all his fault that other people have died. He is also on his last leg, yet has energy to save the day one more time. I think Butcher pushed it in this book.
Possibly, but if its another pity party - count me out of the Dresden series.
Nothing comes to mind
No, because it would involve more self pity.
Yes, I love reading King books, but this one was terrible.
The plot in this book was all over the place, discussing things the reader doesn't need to know and are not relevant to the plot.
Ed's performance was ok, just the plot I had issues with.
The irrelevant ones that have nothing to do with the plot.
A better narrator - he was dry & stuffy.
The book seems to jump around introducing character.
He was dry, stuffy and monotone
I was disappointed because the book got such great reviews.
Fantastic! You can't walk away from this book without gaining something.
Ray Porter is great at this narration. He truly conveys the author's point of view with all of his wit and humor.
This book is more designed for the financial guru or someone with a better understanding of accounting and finance.
The history of what led up to the collapse was fascinating. Pure greed unabated!
Anger that the financial collapse could have been prevented.
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