Small Favor

Small Favor

A Novel of the Dresden Files

Book - 2009
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Chicago wizard Harry Dresden's calm life is interrupted when Mab, monarch of the Winter Court of the Sidhe, decides to call in the favor that Harry owes her, sending him on a quest that leaves him trapped between a deadly foe and an untrustworthy ally.
Publisher: New York, New York :, Roc,, [2009]
ISBN: 9780451462008
0451462009
Characteristics: 545 pages ; 19 cm

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billmacrotarian
May 17, 2015

Jim Butcher has reached full stride with his Dresden series and Small Favor displays all the elements that make the series hugely entertaining; an understated title, good mystery, balanced blend of the occult and real world, truly evil bad guys/gals, strong friendships and human weaknesses among the good guys/gals, and Dresden’s decency and wise-cracking ways. It even foreshadows the action in Turn Coat. The humour is ever present as not only does Dresden have to fight truly evil demons but he also has to battle the Billy Goats Gruff. Small Favor is a top notch entry in a fun series.

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beadingbritt
Aug 09, 2012

Dresden books are witty, engaging, and never fail to give you a good page-turner. Reading these books if you're familiar with mythology is especially interesting, seeing a new take on something so classic.

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FollowFreeman
May 14, 2011

Another one of Butcher's fast-paced, hilarious, and action-packed masterpiece. Highly recommended for any reader that's looking for an automatic page-turner.

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guru42
Nov 19, 2010

I love both his series. Great read

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ron_h_roy2003
Sep 26, 2010

I enjoy all of the Dresden novels - dripping with sarcasm and usually a book that I find time to read.

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saintonge
Apr 17, 2008

This latest Dresden Files novel is one of the best in the series. Harry finds himself reluctantly involved in a return engagement with the deadliest antagonists he's ever faced, while fighting off the Summer Court's hit-gruffs and experiencing new and unplained powers.

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davidharvie
May 16, 2008

davidharvie thinks this title is suitable for 14 years and over

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