Brief Cases: The Dresden Files Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Magic. It can get a guy killed.
Return to the world of the Dresden Files with Harry Dresden (the only wizard in the Chicago phone book) and friends as they solve supernatural mysteries, protect the helpless and fight evil.
Brief Cases is a new collection of Dresden Files stories which includes an original novella, from international best seller Jim Butcher.
Stories included in this collection: 'Curses', 'AAAA Wizardry', 'Even Hand', 'B Is for Bigfoot', 'I Was a Teenage Bigfoot', 'Bigfoot on Campus', 'Bombshells', 'Jury Duty', 'Cold Case', 'Day One', 'A Fistful of Warlocks' and 'Zoo Day' (original novella taking place between Skin Game and Peace Talks).
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|Listening Length||15 hours and 30 minutes|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com.au Release Date||05 June 2018|
|Publisher||Hachette Audio UK|
|Best Sellers Rank|| 24,751 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
86 in Fiction Short Stories
1,420 in Short Stories (Books)
2,216 in Urban Fantasy (Books)
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The story is told from Harry's perspective, then from Maggie's perspective and from Mouse's perspective. Each perspective could be a story on its own but the way they are woven together is just wonderful and I LOVED it. Jim Butcher is such a skilled writer.
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There are even three Big-foot tales, which add to the Dresden-lore and are briefly referenced in the aforementioned 15th novel.
A satisfying new collection that genuinely rounds out and enriches the cycle; each has a brief introduction by Butcher explaining where they are placed in the overall narrative structure and why they were written.
Good stuff – looking forward to the next novel(s).
I enjoyed all the stories. I’ve been reading a lot of fantasy recently. Reading “Brief Cases” reminded me what an excellent writer Jim Butcher is.
It's well worth reading at least a couple of the novels in the Dresden Files series before you read these, but Jim Butcher introduces each one to discuss his reasons for writing it, and where in the storyline it is set.