The Dresden Files

March 7, 2012

I finished Turn Coat the other day, and it was another great entry in The Dresden Files series, by Jim Butcher. I only have two more to go until I am caught up–then what will I do? I tend to fall into series late, so I have lots of back titles to keep me occupied, but I am now caught up with Sookie Stackhouse and Kitty Norville, and almost caught up with Dresden. Guess I will need to delve more into Anita Blake and Rachel Morgan!

Anyway, I got into TDF after seeing the series on SyFy. I’ve been re-watching the series on Netflix, and, as usual, the books are better, but it is fun to have a visual as well. Anyway, the best part of this book was Morgan, Dresden’s perpetual thorn-in-the-side, being in desperate need of Dresden’s help. The story raced along, and I felt out of breath at the end–and anxious to start the next one! But I try to be good and spread them out a bit–especially when I am so close to the current end.

The books are a perfect blend of detective novel, horror, and fantasy–genre-crossing is all the rage these days, but no element suffers here.


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