Urban Enemies

  • by Jim Butcher, Joseph Nassise - editor
  • Narrated by Paul Boehmer, Tanya Eby
  • 13 hrs and 12 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Villains have all the fun - everyone knows that - and this anthology takes you on a wild ride through the dark side! The top villains from 16 urban fantasy series get their own stories - including the baddies of New York Times best-selling authors Jim Butcher, Kevin Hearne, Kelley Armstrong, Seanan McGuire, and Jonathan Maberry.
For every hero trying to save the world, there's a villain trying to tear it all down. In this can't-miss anthology edited by Joseph Nassise (The Templar Chronicles), you get to plot world domination with the best of the evildoers we love to hate! This outstanding collection brings you stories told from the villains' points of view, imparting fresh and unique takes on the evil masterminds, wicked witches, and infernal personalities that skulk in today's most popular series.
The full anthology features stories by Jim Butcher (the Dresden Files), Kelley Armstrong (the Cainsville and Otherworld series), Seanan McGuire (October Daye), Kevin Hearne (The Iron Druid Chronicles), Jonathan Maberry (Joe Ledger), Lilith Saintcrow (Jill Kismet), Carrie Vaughn (Kitty Norville), Joseph Nassise (Templar Chronicles), C. E. Murphy (Walker Papers), Steven Savile (Glass Town), Caitlin Kittredge (the Hellhound Chronicles and the Black London series), Jeffrey Somers (The Ustari Cycle), Sam Witt (Pitchfork County), Craig Schaefer (Daniel Faust), Jon F. Merz (Lawson Vampire), and Diana Pharaoh Francis (Horngate Witches).

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

I bought it for the Butcher story.

I enjoyed the John Marcone story line in the Dresden books. The problem I encountered was I wasn't familiar with the characters in the other stories and couldn't connect with them. If you know the other series I'm certain you would enjoy them more than I did.
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- Marie

Very Disappointed

Would you try another book from Jim Butcher and Joseph Nassise - editor and/or Paul Boehmer and Tanya Eby ?

Jim Butcher has been a favorite author of mine for years. I bought the book for his short story, but turns out I had heard it in other short story collections. The rest of the stories all sounded so much the same, I can not pick out individual story lines.


What could Jim Butcher and Joseph Nassise - editor have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

The stories were poorly written and lack for variety. The editors had little to work with.


What didn’t you like about Paul Boehmer and Tanya Eby ’s performance?

They became very repetitious and boring half way through the book. Many characters, same old voice and inflection.


What character would you cut from Urban Enemies?

Most.


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- Mark Sharp

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-01-2017
  • Publisher: Recorded Books, Inc.