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Pros and Cons - A Review of Grave Peril (The Dresden Files #3)

Fourth book into the challenge and third book in this series.

Now, this story was different from the other two. Different in good ways and different in not so good ways. 516 more words

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Rosemary and Rue

Rosemary and rue / Seanan McGuire

Rosemary and Rue is the first book in the October Daye series. As a series, it’s more than a little bit similar to the Dresden files, combining fantasy and detective fiction, but I honestly prefer McGuire’s series. 787 more words

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Genre is Not a Dirty Word

I’ve encountered quite a few fantasy and science fiction authors – famous and popular ones at that – who, when asked about their decision to write in the genre, say something along the lines of “oh, well, I just write what I write and someone slots it into a genre later, I don’t think about what genre I want to write in”. 1,598 more words

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Characterization Saves the Day! - A Review of Fool Moon (The Dresden Files #2)

I feel the exact same way about Harry Dresden as one of the supporting characters does near the end of this novel – I don’t know if I want to fall in love with him or not. 179 more words

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Book Review Wednesday: Small Favor (Dresden Files book 10) 5 stars

This one is the tenth book in the series.

Links to my reviews of the previous Dresden Files books:

One: https://samaustinwriter.wordpress.com/2014/06/25/book-review-wednesday-dresden-files-storm-front-5-stars/

Two: https://samaustinwriter.wordpress.com/2014/07/02/book-review-wednesday-fool-moon-dresden-files-4-stars/

Three: https://samaustinwriter.wordpress.com/2014/07/16/book-review-wednesday-dresden-files-grave-peril-4-stars/?preview=true… 502 more words

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10 Things I Thought While Watching "Wizard Barristers"

by Gabriel Valdez

1. Think of Wizard Barristers like you would a more serious version of Key & Peele’s Law and Order: Wizard City sketch, or the best version of… 1,396 more words

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Prosaicly Original - A Review of Storm Front (The Dresden Files)

Cliche. Traditional. Tacky. Prosaic. These words all went through my head as I read the opening pages. It was literally like opening a cheap mystery novel with some cheesy gumshoe smoking a cigar while a very attractive and upset lady across the desk from him begs for help. 324 more words

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