Buffy Alum James Marsters Will Return To Narrate The Next Dresden Files Novel, Peace Talks

Earlier this week, author Jim Butcher took to Reddit to reveal that he had finished rewriting Peace Talks, the long-awaited 16th novel in the Dresden Files series. While there is no set date just yet on when it will hit, Butcher stated that it shouldn’t be long until we start hearing details about it, which is great, and it looks like one big minor detail has hit, courtesy of Bayou City Geeks.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer alum James Marsters has narrated pretty much all of the Dresden Files books (though other voice actors have lent their talents for other characters), and it sounds like fans will be able to indulge in his dulcet tones once again for the Peace Talks.

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We still don’t know when the book will hit, but mid to late 2020 seems like a good bet considering all that still needs to be done. Regardless, fans of the series and Marsters will have the chance to enjoy his take on the iconic character once again.

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SOURCE: Bayou City Geeks

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