I have been reading Larry Niven for years, the end of this book is such a non conclusion, one wonders why I began reading it in the first place. Not your classic Niven
As soon as a new segment is available I stop listening to whatever else I have on the go.
The characters feel real and the narration is superb. I would like to see more series like this one.
Tried listening to the Free first chapter, found both the story and the narration uninspired and boring. I had to stop after 20min before it put me to sleep
Obviously Dresden is evolving and staying fresh, although I am not sure I like the current twist in the story line. Too much Fae and invincible mad queens for my taste. On the other hand with James Marsters back as narrator it kind of makes up for the loss of the quintessential Harry.
A subtle love story hidden inside a wild adventure through the reams of unreality, Definitely worth a listen.
A good listen, the alternate universe type twist on reality gives the author lots of leeway to play with history, the characters are interesting and just unrealistic enough to make it all work together, The narrator does a great job with believable personalities for the primary characters. I am looking forward to the next volume in the series.
I found this story quite entertaining and a good listen. The problem is it ended with no final conclusions or outcome. A very good way to sell the next book in the series.
I may or may not purchase the next volume after experiencing a very disappointing ending to the first one
As much as I mourned the demise of Harry Dresden, This is not the way for him to return. James Marsters was Harry Dresden even brought back to life the story should of had the same narrator the new guy just does not cut it.
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