Like many fans of the Dresden Files, I was a little hesitant to listen to Furies of Calderon. I had started to read the paperback once or twice before and just couldn’t get past the first chapter. I had the same issue with Butcher’s The Aeronaut’s Windlass. However, with both books, audio proved to be the right format for me.
I am a big fan of the original seven Harry Potter books, so I was eager to read this. As a member of my local community theater, I wasn’t put off by the fact that it was a script either. However, in the end, the story felt disjointed, and I didn’t have a chance to connect with the characters because it moved so fast from time to time and place to place.
I am J. Elizabeth Vincent, fantasy and urban fantasy author. This is my first post.