Probably my favorite reader, James Marsters delivers an excellent performance as usual. He has a good grasp on how Harry thinks, acts, and he has a great arsenal of voices for the other dozen characters that Butcher writes.
The story is great, and I won't spoil it by saying anything, but if you like Dresden you're going to enjoy this book just as much.
It is great as usual. Kincaid is suddenly British, though, so that was weird. BUT... overall, it was a standardly excellent performance by Mr. Marsters.
the characters of the book. Very entertaining. This is my first review of any of the books of this series, but they were all necessary to this series.
The dresden files is so ridiculously good and I can't wait to listen to the next. James Marsters is an awesome voice actor and keeps me enthralled in the story.
James Marsters does a great job performing the story. I just wish that he was consistent between books with character voices. Both Kincaid and Marcone had different voices/accents than in prior books.
Of course, if that's the biggest problem, you know that this is another great Dresden novel.
Love Harry Dresden. Love his old fashioned ways and his coat. Love the philosophy and the self - deprecating manner. Love the sound of Marsters voice in my ear. He is Harry . Small Favors pulls together a few threads of the Chicago based supernatural series and dangles more temptingly before us.
It took a few books but ultimately Marsters had captured Dresden, Murphy, Michael, Bob. ....all the great characters perfectly.
This is a highly entertaining series, I listen whenever I can!