I have enjoyed the previous books in this series. However, beware that the narrator on this book is different to that than of the previous volumes. Although she is not bad, I found the differences in pronunciation and the accents/voices for the characters to be so different as to be rather off-putting.
I enjoyed listening to this book very much. The narrator was very engaging and I particularly liked the way she managed to tell the story in a fashion that made it easy for the listener to differentiate between the various characters in the book in a believable manner. Would recommend this book particularly to anyone interested in this type of genre.
I am a busy mum of 2 under 3's, audio books are a good fix for me as I can listen anywhere and at all times of the day.
I am a big fan of the Dresden Files and have read them all over the years. A few years ago I bought Storm Front in audio format and I was not disappointed, James Marsters is a great narrator. As soon as I got my Audible membership I bought Fool Moon and Grave Peril soon after. It's been a few years and I intermittently check if the rest of the series has become available on audio. Lo and Behold! A few weeks ago I found that they were now all available! I used up the credits I'd stashed for a rainy day and got Summer Knight and Death Masks for listening.
Private detective/wizard-for-hire Harry Dresden is suckered into tangling in the affairs of Faerie, where the fate of the entire world-and his soul-are at stake, again.
The greatest thing about audio books is being able to multi task... playing with toddler, washing up, housework [Yuk] and knitting are all things I can do while listening to these great books.