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It seems to be a petty complaint that in the midst of what l thought was one of the better of these novels, I was irritated the narrator has changed the voices of some characters. Most particularly Thomas and Kincaid. This is silly but it is like putting a new actor in a TV show. Still a ripper of a story and I'm as addicted as ever.
overall very good great story and voice only marred by a couple of skips chapters 10 and 30 from memory
I thoroughly enjoy the Dresden Files and the audiobook experience that James Marsters provides, but Caveat Emptor, the Audible version had a couple minutes of audio missing during the first interaction between Dresden and one of the Denarians.
I tried everything I could and the Audible Customer Service, but they could not figure out a means to resolve this as the audio just skips from the demon changing form to Dresden barking out an impudent response to what is obviously close to the end of the conversation.
Still worth the listen and still very enjoyable. Didn't completely spoil the fun, just resulted in an lost hour of time working with Customer Service trying to fix the issues.
66 of 67 people found this review helpful
I absolutely love this! I kept hoping you would get Jim Butcher's Dresden Files. James Marsters has done a fantastic job! His snarky humor is spot on as Harry. Would love to see more of the Dresden Files on Audible. *pretty please* In the meantime, I will be listening to it again.
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Story – 5/5
The Archive is a very intriguing concept in these novels, so it was great to get a fuller story involving it (/her) - not to mention the return of the Denarians, who were one of the more interesting enemies from a previous novel (I forget which).
The entire mythology and epic magnitude of the world that has been created by Butcher is truly amazing. I kind of don't want it to end, but I know it will have to soon.
If you like this series, I highly recommend his other works as well - Codex Alera (which unfortunately is not available on Audible) and The Aeronaut's Windlass. Both are very different in style and genre - but equally as entertaining.
Performance – 5/5
James Marsters a fantastic narrator for these novels - it would be hard to listen to anyone else now after 10 audiobooks. His voice acting is subtly distinct and he performs the story like no other audiobook actor I have come across. He really helps to convey the strong and varied emotions throughout the books.
Overall – 5/5
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As others have mentioned, there are at least two sections of this where the story skips halfway through dialogue.
You are still able to work out what has happened, but it is really irritating.
Good story and performance however, but that's true for most books in this series
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