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Review: Skin Game by Jim Butcher

I love reading series fiction. I’m less a fan of reviewing it; particularly when it comes to long-running series. When you’re looking at a trilogy this aren’t so bad but when a series is 15 books in things get difficult. 903 more words


A Couple of "Oh No" Moments in Urban Fantasy

I like urban fantasy. I like to read urban fantasy novels. Like other forms of fantasy literature (and, uh, all other literary genres, including “mainstream”), urban fantasy novels sometimes have what can only charitably be called “problematic” gender dynamics. 4,264 more words

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Briefly Noted: 'Skin Game' by Jim Butcher

Skin Game: A Novel of the Dresden Files, by Jim Butcher,(Roc/Penguin Group, May 27, 2014) 458pp

The 15th book in the Dresden Files has 1,812 five-star reviews on Amazon and a 4.58-star average on GoodReads. 391 more words


Book Review Wednesday: Dresden Files: Summer Knight (5 stars)

This is book four of the Dresden Files series. For my reviews on books one, two and three, check out the following links: http://samaustinwriter.wordpress.com/2014/06/25/book-review-wednesday-dresden-files-storm-front-5-stars/ and: http://samaustinwriter.wordpress.com/2014/07/02/book-review-wednesday-fool-moon-dresden-files-4-stars/ and: https://samaustinwriter.wordpress.com/2014/07/16/book-review-wednesday-dresden-files-grave-peril-4-stars/?preview=true… 696 more words

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Chandler Riggs to Star in Dresden Files film

July 8th, 2024

News broke at the San Diego ComicCon that Chandler Riggs will reportedly play the lead role of Harry Dresden in the first Dresden Files film. 99 more words

10 Years Later...

Review: "Changes" by Jim Butcher

[Warning: This review contains spoilers. Read at your own discretion. Or skip the "Plot" part.]



Harry Dresden’s old flame Susan calls him up one lovely day and drops a bomb: Harry has a young daughter who has been kidnapped by Red Court vampires. 1,413 more words


Getting Started - One-liner Wednesday

“You can’t plan for everything or you never get started in the first place.”
― Jim Butcher, Changes

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