©2003 Jim Butcher; (P)2009 Penguin Audiobooks
Both Butcher and Marsters are getting better now. Butcher hits the genre notes well and doesn't spend as much time checking out every woman character's body. Marsters' voices are finding firm footing, though the crime boss is now "marr-cohn."
Just a great listen when I want something easy and entertaining, Dresden makes me laugh out loud with his fabulous low key wit.
No spoilers: Harry find himself tangled in several conflicts at once yet again. Michael returns for a new appearance and even the Vampires play a significant role in this entry in the Dresden Files. No Fey involved, sorry for the fans of the Never Never. Expect some interesting developments.
James Marsters puts on an excellent performance in this one, again taking on many roles. Definitely recommend.
I love the adventures of Harry Dresden, and this book is full of more of his awesome adventures. I got the Audible Audio for this book so I can listen to it on my ride to and from work every day. Good fun.
Fast paced. It really moves the series in an interesting direction. It's a bit more predictable than some of the previous books in the series, but sometimes it feels good to be right!
Loves a good book on a long drive.
Jim butcher fulfills all expectations. The plot and character development progresses in new and fantastic ways. Harry pulls at your heart and the story pulls at your your mind and together they make a story that you just can't miss out on.
My first book will be released sometime in 2015. I hope for late spring, but it might be late fall. It will be about dragons and civics.
Although they can be sort of meh if read/listened to out of order, every book is amazing when taken in the proper order. Best book series ever!
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