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

Death Masks by Jim Butcher

Blood Rites by Jim Butcher

Dead Beat 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. 762 more words


Geek Lit: The Living End (Daniel Faust Book 3)

My very first Gabbing Geek article was all about urban fantasy, that subgenre where protagonists are often supernatural individuals, or people with knowledge of supernatural individuals, living in the modern world. 1,118 more words


Nicking from Novels: Jim Butcher's Fool Moon

I was recently talked into giving Jim Butcher and Harry Dresden a second chance. I didn’t much care for Dead Beat—I felt that it was larded with extra characters, and that the hero was getting bailed out constantly. 976 more words


Skin Game - Harry got beaten up...again

Skin Game (The Dresden Files #15) by Jim Butcher
My rating: 9 out of 10 stars

Harry Dresden, Chicago’s only professional wizard, is about to have a very bad day…

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Fool Moon--Jim Butcher

My brother implored me to keep reading this series, but I really don’t think it’s for me. It’s slow going and even though Harry Dresden is a decent character who is real during supernatural situations, something is missing from it and I can’t place my finger on it. 64 more words


Changing Characters (in genre)

Traditional writing books will tell you that your characters must grow and change over the course of a novel.

I think these are talking about Literary novels. 439 more words

Writing Stuff

Cold Days - Harry is back with vengeance...kind of.

Cold Days (The Dresden Files #14) by Jim Butcher
My rating: 9 out of 10 stars

being murdered by a mystery assailant, navigating his way through the realm between life and death, and being brought back to the mortal world, Harry realizes that maybe death wasn’t all that bad.

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