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Always a good story, great characters and a plot that twists and surprises.
And while I found the story to just drag on and on without much point or believable plot, I think the biggest disappointment for me was the narrator.
Frankly, I think one could start reading the series with this book and still enjoy it.
Riveting! A great read.All of Jim Butchers Dresden Files are intense reads.I have devoured everyone of them!Published 18 hours ago by brendam955
I was pleasantly surprised as to how good this book (and the one preceding it) is. The story -- if you'll forgive the double entendre -- is breathing new life into a series at... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Stephanie G. Buchler
First off, I'm going to assume that you're caught up with the series to at least the end of "Changes" if you're reading this review. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Sneaky Burrito
Fitz declares that Dresden talks to much. I suppose when you are a ghost and very few people can hear you that you talk -- a lot. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Jayne d'Arcy
Jim does it again. Harry is dead but not finished. Loved the book.
I listened to this book and I disagree completely with the reader who thought the narrator was not... Read more
I'm clearly a fan of the Dresden Files and this latest rendition did not disappoint. For all Sci-fi lovers who dig the Butcher treatment, you can't go wrong.Published 13 days ago by Harold S. Spitzer
The only Dresden book I didn't like so far. Pretty empty plot and as rewarding as a dream sequence ending. Not his best.Published 15 days ago by kevin austin