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Ey stand aloneYes there are folks who disagree and prefer other writers That s cool We all ave different tastes but for you who think you might share my opinion don t miss theseThis volume is made up of Storm Front Fool Moon and Grave Peril If you ve read my individual reviews of these books you know I like them allStorm Front intros us to Harry Dresden the only commercially practicing wizard to be found in the phone book anywhere at the time of the first book if like me you ve read the series you know that now there is at least one otherbut they don t live anywhere near Harry This book left one of my friends Silver Tower / Strike Force / Shadow Command here at good reads a bit frustrated in it s treatment of Harry s relations with another character It can be but it does work out later This book was so good that I was sold on the character and the series right away Of course I couldn t knowere but in my opinion as the series proceeds it actually improvesThe second book in this volume is Fool Moon IF repeat IF there is a weakest book in the series I find it to be this one I still enjoyed it greatly I still decided to go with a 5 star rating So it s like steak or beeror the other example usually given which I shall side stepeven when it s not the best it s good It only gets that said about it as it s part of a series of books that I find amazing as a wholeIn Grave Peril things actually take a very serious turn We see a different side of Explosive Acts harry ande faces danger believe it or not and significantly loss than before This book sets up much of the plot that we will follow throughout the rest of the series much of but not nearly allThe first omnibus edition containing the first 3 of what I think is THE BEST urban fantasy out there I would love to read this book but as its not on kindle E and only in printed books unfortunately I can t owing to not being able to see the print in books yet for some reason unknown it came up on my Shadowbridge (Shadowbridge, home page as if I was reading it Iave to be completely Academia de Rowan (A Tapeçaria honest if I judge books by their covers The Dresden Files wouldn t interest me at all lmao The 4 Omnibus Volumes published by Science Fiction Book Club Fantasyowever ave book covers much appealing imo So yeah if I were to physically own books from this series this edition is the most ideal So sad they didn t continue publishing the remaining series as of nowMy reviews for individual books included in this volume Grave Peril only as ratings These short stories left me on the edge of my seat Harry Dresden wizard for Two Reels And A Crank hire is a complex character with a twisting backstory and a weird cacophony of friends to guideim along Queens Gambit (The Tudor Trilogy, his travels I enjoyed reading these stories and can t wait to read of them and travel along with Dresden wizard forire So nice the library El guerrero (La guardia de los Highlanders 1) has all of these. His weird connectionse should knowGrave Peril In all The Camping Cookbook his years of supernatural sleuthing Harry Dresdenas never faced anything like this the spirit world's gone postal These ghosts are tormented violent and deadly Someone or something is purposely stirring them up to wreak unearthly Absalom, Absalom! havoc But why If Harry doesn't figure it out soone could wind up a ghost imself.
This edition contains three storiesStorm Front Full Moon and Grave PerilHarry Dresden The Wizard takes on all kinds of supernatural cases dealing with demons possessions Vampires you name it The pace of the stories are uick and very entertaining 2019 rereadA lot of this asn t aged well specifically Dresden s weird view of chivalry That being said there are some very strong moments for the female characters in this book despite the male gaze that permeates the page See the agency in Susan s arc especially in Grave Peril While Harry Black Stone has a martyr complex that inaccurately putsim as the cause of all the bad things that On Liberty happen a astute reader can recognize the slight unreliability of the narrator andis viewpoint If I No Way Down hadn t already invested time and love for this series though I doubt that modern me would get through a lot of the looking down on women and justifying it as chivalrous that Dresden does2012 rereadFor those of you interested in a individualistic take on the novels read my reviews for the separate editions The focusere is Pulled Thread Embroidery how they flow and create one of the most interesting frustrating exciting etc series Iave English Humour for Beginners had the pleasure to read The interesting thing is that these three run the gamut of experience faced when dealing with the series As an introduction to the character Storm Front is lighter despite the method of murder and resembles the pulp genre a lot than anything else Sure there s some urban magicking going on but for the most part you re being introduced into the world of a game At this point the players are introductory and thereforeit each other with lighter funnier weapons What Storm Front and Fool Moon does especially well though is expose Harry Dresden s fatal flaw The best part is unless you are looking for it in which case you see the neon lights flashing all over every instance of the flaw the revelation is so wonderfully woven in that it s easy to ignore itFool Moon is a transition novel This time through I found it a lot interesting exciting fun to a degree and overall a blast It is the traditional mystery novel with tons of red Absolutely on Music herrings and getting random bits and clues that are all out of order and then realizing that you saw the murderer before But the main purpose of Fool Moon is to transition to what is the first story arc of the series And this is where I didn t pay attention Because the first story arc doesn t start with Storm Front that s a larger story arc that probably won t be fully resolved until the final trilogy planned The first story arc starts with Grave Peril And so we end up with our third story that roughly relates plays the causeeffect game with what was an insignificant event in Storm Front We are introduced to characters at the end of all three wea. Wizard for Hire is the Omnibus edition combining Storm Front book #1 Fool Moon book #2 and Grave Peril book #3 from The Dresden Files series This The Ransom of Mercy Carter hardback book was published after all three paperbacks and prior to the twoardcover editions making the Omnibus edition important to collectorsStorm Front For Harry Dresden Chicago's only professional wizard business to
Ve met Harry Bob Murphy Susan the Alphas RudyRudolph the three vampire clans with key members Don Ortega and Mavra and Thomas Lea Subconscious Harry Michael Father Forthill Toot and I m forgetting another one or two and then in the finale we are introduced to the first arc And throughout the next few books we end up with stories that play the causeeffect game with previous events mostly with events from this book watching Harry s power continue to grow Grave Peril is the first book where Harry actually pulls off magic than previously thought and we ave transitionfiller books Stories that sorta relate to the events but are used to focus on other pieces of the puzzle Sometimes that puzzle is the overarching story that we only get glimpses of and other times the puzzle piece seems to make its own image separate from the other stories but that may be due to ow few Dresden novels there are currently 13 out of a proposed 20 23 In any case revisiting these books only further enhanced my enjoyment of the series Seeing Lallieva (Alice Allevi, how things are going to move forward and catching all the little glimpses of where things originated What s funny is Jim Butcher spends so much time reminding us of the silly things Blue Beetle s name Karrin Murphy is described in all three books the chivalry thought process which really annoys me coming back to it and isn t uite right anyway that we don t see the important parts forming for the storyIn short this is yet one argument that the Dresden Files are meant to be read in order for maximum understanding and enjoyment I think I read this much possibly I read like 5 of these I m not exactly proud The books aren torrible far from it they are very readable Good action scenes Literary fast food And I m not exactly complaining There is nothing inherently wrong with that it is non trivial to write books of this level I would go further this is rather good fast food not the kind where you start ating yourself right after taking the first bite and where you continue eating out of desperate self ate No this is the kind where you don t British Society Since 1945 hate yourself even after you are done if you consumed in moderation I feel these booksave no real depth The characters and the storie all three stars for the character of Harry and the sometimes lost pastiche Noir voice Great fun Fun stories interesting characters This was the way I read the first books of the Dresden series I purchased the first 4 omnibus editions put out by the Science Fiction Book Club and read them back to back While many find flaws in these books I find the writing the character of Harry Dresden and just simply the enjoyment factor than enough to push these over to a 5 star rating These books are uniue Among fantasy and urban fantasy I think th. Ut it mildly stinks So when the police bring im in to consult on a grisly double murder committed with black magic Harry's seeing dollar signs But where there's black magic there's a black mage behind it And now that mage knows Harry's nameFool Moon Could a werewolf be loose in Chicago Common sense says no The grisly evidence says yes So does Harry Dresden And with.
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Jim Butcher is the author of the Dresden Files the Codex Alera and a new steampunk series the Cinder Spires His resume includes a laundry list of skills which were useful a couple of centuries ago and he plays guitar uite badly An avid gamer he plays tabletop games in varying systems a variety of video games on PC and console and LARPs whenever he can make time for it Jim currently resi