Still an excellent job by the narrator.
The story was good and interesting. The ending was unexpected and leaves you wanting for the next book in the series.
You are made up of 1's and 0's. Don't fight it, rewrite it.
This is fun sci-fi with a great performance by Luke Daniels.
Once you start this series you do not have to continue, you will want to continue. Each book in the series just gets better and better. I compare all other books in this genre to this series.
James Marsters is the only narrator for this series. When you hear his interpretation of the characters you believe he is the characters.
This series just keeps rolling. When the fifth book comes out, I will be re-listening to the previous books before starting the fifth. The series is that good.
This is a very good series. Good story, Good action, Good characters, and Good performance. Each book in the series just gets stronger because gooder is not a word.
The second book of this series takes the story to the next level. It does not wallow in what we already know from the first book. It does what a second book is suppose to do, advance the story. And the story definitely gets better.
The performance is first rate. The narrator becomes the characters.
Combine Nicolas Cage's character in the movie Next and Ben Aaronovitch's character Thomas Nightingale and you have Alex Verus.
The book is very entertaining and inventive enough not to be boring if you have read The Dresden Series and the Iron Druid Series.
When listening to the book you forget it is a book. The narrator is so believable as the main character that you begin to think he is the main character telling you what has and is happening.
Sometimes I want a book that puts me with the characters, instead of in my car listening about the characters. This book puts me in London with the characters.
The characters are real people in an unreal real world. The humor is good and subtle. The command of the English Language is very refreshing.
The author is English with all of the wonderful sarcastic English humor.
The story is smart and fresh. If you like The Dresden Files, you will like Midnight Riot. The main character is brilliant and lost at the same time, which is understandable when he stumbles into a world (figuratively, not literally) that only existed in fairy tales.
The setting is London today. The author does a good job in merging magic, Grimm's Fairy Tales, and everyday modern living.
I am looking forward to the rest of the series.
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