Changes: The Dresden Files, Book 12
The book is the twelfth in the series and doesn’t make a great stand-alone listen. James Marsters makes a great Harry, has a great voice, and I love his Bob voice. The book is fast-paced, witty, and connects a few dots while creating a lot more.
What format should Audiobooks be in?
Audible created the AAX file format, which is a variable-bitrate (allowing high quality) M4B file encrypted with DRM that contains AAC or ALAC encoded audio in an MPEG-4 container. Audible audiobooks are generally encoded with DRM, and you can only listen to them on assigned software.
Who narrates Dresden Files audiobooks?
Our narrator is James Marsters, best known for his role on TV’s Buffy the Vampire Slayer; his voice is perfectly suited to this character, and many fans of the series believe he is Harry Dresden (much like Daniel Radcliffe is Harry Potter).
What is the best way to record yourself reading a book?
Choose a quiet spot in your house where you won’t be interrupted by loud noises or passers-by, and record with the best video camera you can find (it could be your phone, which is great!). Just make sure to turn it horizontal before you start recording.
Is M4B better than MP3?
The main advantage of listening to M4b audiobooks is that, unlike MP3, WMA, and other commonly used audio formats, you can bookmark a recording at any time, and that a large audiobook can be divided into chapters, just like a physical book.
Why did James Marsters stop reading Dresden Files?
James was unable to record the next installment of the Dresden Files, Ghost Story, in time to meet the publication deadline due to a last-minute scheduling conflict, so the narration was recorded by another actor, John Glover (Lionel Luther in Smallville).
What order do the Dresden Files books go in?
Order of Jim Butcher’s Dresden Files books
- Storm Front (Dresden Files #1) was published in 2000, followed by Fool Moon (Dresden Files #2) in 2001, Grave Peril (Dresden Files #3) in 2001, Summer Knight (Dresden Files #4) in 2002, Death Masks (Dresden Files #5) in 2003, Blood Rites (Dresden Files #6) in 2004, and Dead Beat (Dresden Files #7) in 2006.
Will there be a Dresden Files 18?
Jim Butcher’s Twelve Months (Dresden Files #18) – Risingshadow
How old is James Marsters now?
James Marsters narrates Jim Butcher’s GHOST STORY.