Small Favor: The Dresden Files, Book 10 Audiobook [Free Download by Trial]

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Small Favor: The Dresden Files, Book 10 by Jim Butcher

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THE New York Times Bestseller Harry Dresden's life finally seems to be calming down until a shadow from the past returns. Mab, monarch of the Sidhe Winter Court, calls in an old favor from Harry?one small favor that will trap him between a nightmarish foe and an equally deadly ally, and that will strain his skills and loyalties to their very limits. From the Paperback edition.



  • Small Favor: The Dresden Files, Book 10, is the tenth installment in the series, and let me tell you, the narration is top-notch. As usual, Dresden really knows how to deliver a fantastic story. Trust me, do yourself a solid and either listen to or read any Dresden story out there. And if you haven't already, make it a priority to grab the first nine books in the series. You won't be disappointed!
  • The story in 'Small Favor: The Dresden Files, Book 10' is absolutely fantastic and the narrator is incredibly skilled, making it one of the best audiobooks I've ever listened to. Marsters showcases such versatility in his performance that you'll be convinced there are multiple narrators. The plot is thrilling and keeps you on the edge of your seat. It's definitely worth giving this audiobook a listen, although it's a shame that the entire series isn't available on the platform.
  • Jim Butcher and James Marsters make an incredible duo, like a perfect pairing of peanut butter and jelly. As always, the story grips you from the start and refuses to let go. James Marsters has set the bar high for all other audiobook narrators. I've tried listening to some other books by my favorite authors, but the narrations always seem to distract me. It's the emotional narration in The Dresden Files that truly brings the story to life. James Marsters captures every ounce of courage, rage, love, regret, hope, loss, and frustration that makes Harry Dresden so relatable. He's a master storyteller, delivering a beautifully crafted tale.