Ghost Story

Ghost Story

A Novel of the Dresden Files

Audiobook CD - 2011
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Murdered during his last case, wizard detective Harry Dresden now haunts the streets of Chicago in an attempt to save his friends from a similar fate. However, there are plenty of other spirits in Windy City that owe Dresden some payback.
Publisher: [New York] : Penguin Audio ; Holland, OH. : Distributed by Midwest Tape, p2011
Edition: Unabridged ed
ISBN: 9780142429068
0142429066
Branch Call Number: CDB SCI BUTCH-J
CDB SCI BUTCH-J
Characteristics: 15 sound discs (ca. 18 hr.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in
Additional Contributors: Glover, John 1944-

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debasencio
Jul 09, 2017

I'm a little confused, the Amazon/Audible version is read by James Marsters. I wonder why there are two versions....?

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Dracter
Mar 01, 2017

Reading the two other comments here, I come somewhere in between. I agree with the first comment wholeheartedly, James Marsters nails Harry perfectly. I can't really separate his voice from my understanding of Harry's character. So it was very, very jarring to hear a different narrator try to do Harry Dresden, after Marsters had voiced him throughout the rest of the series. I almost put the audio book down out of sheer annoyance. That said, John Glover does do a great job at certain voices. Particularly Mortimer Lindquist, Butters, and the newer characters we hadn't really seen that often. But I just couldn't believe his voice for Lea....just no. I did get used to him after a few chapters though. So it definitely didn't ruin the book for me. But I can definitely say I'm glad they brought James Marsters back for the next two books in the series. Hopefully he stays on as the series continues!

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Mahala
Jan 31, 2017

I have listened to all of the Harry Dresden files and loved them, but I couldn't get through this one. James Masters IS Harry Dresden, and it lost a lot of its appeal with the new narrator. I'll be reading this book. Hopefully they bring James Masters back for the next book. Love this series.

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BlondieBear
Aug 26, 2011

The first 13 Dresden audiobooks (novels 1..12 and Side Jobs) were read by James Marsters.

Ghost Story (novel #13) is read by John Glover. I was worried when I heard about this change before release, but it turns out John Glover did an excellent job.

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