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Small Favor by Jim Butcher
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Apr 09, 2008

it was amazing
bookshelves: audiobook, urban-fantasy, paranormal-fiction, audible
Read in April, 2008

This series just doesn't get weaker or wane even at book 10. New characters are introduced and old characters are fleshed out, plots entangle and more facets of the bigger puzzle of the fight over Chicago and the mortal world are revealed, and this is all frosted by harry Dresden's insouciant sense of humor. Plus, more action sequences than you can shake your blasting rod at. This book primarily deals with why people do what they do, how far characters will go for their beliefs, and a bit of God-reflection as well, since it is the story of a fight with the Knights Of The Cross versus the Fallen Angels (Denarians).

James Marsters reads this book as he does the other four Dresden Files books that are available on audio, and he gets really into this performance. He does more character voices, sound effects, and emotion than ever before. I think he loves this series as much as I do. I pray that they release the audio versions of Books 5-9 as well.
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