Summer Knight by Jim Butcher


At the beginning of Summer Knight, the White Council convenes in Chicago to discuss the matter of the war with the Red Court vampires, and maybe execute a meddling wizard by the name of Harry Dresden if they can get away with it. But that’s the least of his problems. Queen Mab, ruler of the […]

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Jim Butcher’s Grave Peril Review


In this book,  Jim Butcher split up vampires into groups similar to how he grouped werewolves in Fool Moon. There are three different types: Red Court which are traditional vampires but drug their victims and feast on them at parties, Black Court  which are monsters with little resemblance to humans, and White Court  which feed […]

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Jim Butcher’s Fool Moon Review


I enjoyed this 2nd book in The Dresden Files more than the first. The murders Dresden (resident wizard, detective consultant extraordinaire) investigates have signs of wolf activity. Not too far in, it’s clear that the subject is werewolves, which may sound a little cliché, except that Butcher takes it a bit further than most authors. […]

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Jim Butcher’s Storm Front Review


I started reading The Dresden Files after watching SyFy Channel’s short-lived TV show based on the books. The show was done well, so I was less excited about this first book then I might have been otherwise. I see the characters from the show in my head as I read, and they are perfect. Dresden […]

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