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Playing Catch-Up | The Dresden Files by Jim Butcher

For readers who spend a lot of time online there are books, or series, that you may feel like everyone has read but you.  For me, the one that seemed to come up over and over again is The Dresden Files by Jim Butcher, and not only had everyone read it but everyone loved it too! 560 more words


Book Review: Grave Peril -Dresden Files 3

Book 3 of the Dresden Files finds Harry Dresden, Chicago Wizard Extraordinaire, fighting alongside Michael Carpenter, a Knight of the Cross, to keep the cities restful undead from crashing through a diminishing barrier between the Nevermore and the real world.   323 more words


Fool Moon - Jim Butcher Review

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The Dresden Files #2: Harry Dresden and the War of the Werewolves.

There’s something similar about a lot of books in the Dresden Files series. 151 more words


Storm Front

Storm Front (The Dresden Files #1)

by Jim Butcher , James Marsters (Narrator)

I remember the first time I read this book and it sucked me in pretty quickly because it was different from anything else I ever read before. 378 more words


Blood Rites (Dresden Files #6), Jim Butcher

Paperback, 439 pages

Penguin ROC

★★★1/2 – Good book, an enjoyable one-time read (but I would probably read it again)

Jim Butcher’s novels regularly read as a pleasant what’s new and who’s who guide to the Dresden-verse. 365 more words


Book Reviews: The Dresden Files [Books 5-7] by Jim Butcher

Proven Guilty by Jim Butcher

White Night by Jim Butcher

Small Favor by Jim Butcher

The Dresden Files
by Jim Butcher

I can definitely see why Jim Butcher is considered a staple in the Urban Fantasy genre – he has an excellent main character (who is a tad whiny at times, but that’s kind of why I like him), loads of paranormal that will continually ding your creep-o-meter (even though I admit it doesn’t take much to set mine off), and plenty of action, humor, and intrigue. 535 more words


Review: Fool Moon (Dresden Files #2) by Jim Butcher

Fool Moon by Jim Butcher

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Brilliantly witty and entertaining, Fool Moon was an excellent step-up in the Dresden Files series from its anti-climactic first book, Storm Front. 484 more words