=Loved all 12 Books re: Harry Dresden - in no small part due to reader. The new voice (Dion Graham) for this short novella, although an artist with some talent, turns Harry into an afro-american who changes pronunciation of key elements relating to the history of adventures that ignore the fact that the main character was apparently shot dead in the previous installment. Dion could have at least listened to James Marsters excellent work in the previous 12.
=Less than half way thru the second story, I'm enjoying Richard Poe's reading skills, as I did with his interpretation of Robert Langdon in Dan Brown's blockbusters. However, the story is bogging me down with every thing & the kitchen sink of supernatural elements thrown in that are more distracting than engaging due to the mere volume of inclusion without being germane or engaging. Sorry.
-a bit of time to get engaged in characters, but really worth the ride. Jim Butcher is a great story teller
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