The book was stunning in it's originality and descriptions. I was amazed at the Hell the author created. It actually seems more harsher than the hell I was taught about as a child at church. The characters, oh my goodness, the characters were so varied; not just in personalities but in species and purpose. I read the last page this afternoon and my jaw dropped. Talk about not showing all the cards until the end.
When I had the opportunity to review the audiobook for Audiobook Jukebox, I jumped at it. Narrated by David Rintool, a book I loved became even better. Mr. Rintool's clear, smooth voice brings the book to life. He created unique voices for the characters. Imagine having to create voices for humans, demons, angels and "what the heck was that thing?". The narration matched the pace of the action. When voices, or growls, were raised the dialogue was still clear. The production values are excellent.
If you must choose between reading or listening to The Devil's Detective, the audiobook adds a deeper dimension and creates a more enjoyable experience.