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Book Review: Skin Game (The Dresden Files, #15) by Jim Butcher

Book Review: Skin Game (The Dresden Files, #15) by Jim Butcher

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Skin Game by Jim Butcher

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Series: The Dresden Files (Book #15 of 25)

Genre: Fantasy, Urban Fantasy

Pages: 610 pages (US Kindle edition)

Published: 27th May 2014 by Orbit (UK) & Roc (US)


Skin Game is a parkour to 5 stars. Parkour!

“Did you shout ‘Parkour’?” Michael asked.
“Well, sure,” I said. “That was kinda Parkour-like.”
Michael fought to keep a smile off his face. “Harry,” he said, “I’m almost certain one does not shout ‘Parkour.’ I believe one is supposed to simply do Parkour.”
“Do I criticize your Latin battle cries? No, never once.”

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Book Review: Cold Days (The Dresden Files, #14) by Jim Butcher

Book Review: Cold Days (The Dresden Files, #14) by Jim Butcher

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Cold Days by Jim Butcher

My rating: 4.5 of 5 stars

Series: The Dresden Files (Book #14 of 25)

Genre: Fantasy, Urban Fantasy

Pages: 529 pages (US Kindle edition)

Published: 29th November 2012 by Orbit (UK) & 27th November 2012 by Roc (US)


Cold Days once again established The Dresden Files as one of the most consistently good series out there.

“I know it’s not thematically in tune with my new job and all, but I find it effective. Build a man a fire and he’s warm for a day,” I say. “But set a man on fire and he’s warm for the rest of his life. Tao of Pratchett. I live by it.”

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Book Review: Ghost Story (The Dresden Files, #13) by Jim Butcher

Book Review: Ghost Story (The Dresden Files, #13) by Jim Butcher

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Ghost Story by Jim Butcher

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Series: The Dresden Files (Book #13 of 25)

Genre: Fantasy, Urban Fantasy

Pages: 608 pages (US Kindle edition)

Published: 28th July 2011 by Orbit (UK) & 26th July 2011 by Roc (US)


Ghost Story feels like a volume to reboot the series before it enter a new story arc, or the next season, in the life of Harry Dresden.

“It was never too late to learn something. The past is unalterable in any event. The future is the only thing we can change. Learning the lessons of the past is the only way to shape the present and the future.”

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Book Review: Side Jobs (The Dresden Files, #12.5) by Jim Butcher

Book Review: Side Jobs (The Dresden Files, #12.5) by Jim Butcher

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Side Jobs: Stories from the Dresden Files by Jim Butcher

My rating: 2.5 of 5 stars

Series: The Dresden Files (Book #12.5 of 25)

Genre: Fantasy, Urban Fantasy

Pages: 434 pages (US Kindle edition)

Published: 14th April 2011 by Orbit (UK) & 26th October 2010 by Roc (US)


Back Up, The Warrior, and Aftermath were the only noteworthy stories in Side Jobs for me.

“Whenever it gets too dark, think of the good things you have, the good times you’ve had. It will help. I promise.”

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Book Review: Changes (The Dresden Files, #12) by Jim Butcher

Book Review: Changes (The Dresden Files, #12) by Jim Butcher

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Changes by Jim Butcher

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Series: The Dresden Files (Book #12 of 25)

Genre: Fantasy, Urban Fantasy

Pages: 554 pages (US Kindle edition)

Published: 18th March 2010 by Orbit (UK) & 6th April 2010 by Roc (US)


Changes was insane, a true Game-Changer for the series.

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Book Review: Turn Coat (The Dresden Files, #11) by Jim Butcher

Book Review: Turn Coat (The Dresden Files, #11) by Jim Butcher

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Turn Coat by Jim Butcher

My rating: 4.5 of 5 stars

Series: The Dresden Files (Book #11 of 25)

Genre: Fantasy, Urban Fantasy

Pages: 545 pages (US Kindle edition)

Published: 4th June 2009 by Orbit (UK) & 9th March 2009 by Roc (US)


Turn Coat is one of my favorite volume in the series so far, it’s up there with Dead Beat and White Night.

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Book Review: Small Favor (The Dresden Files, #10) by Jim Butcher

Book Review: Small Favor (The Dresden Files, #10) by Jim Butcher

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Small Favor by Jim Butcher

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Series: The Dresden Files (Book #10 of 25)

Genre: Fantasy, Urban Fantasy

Pages: 444 pages (US Kindle edition)

Published: 11th June 2009 by Orbit (UK) & 1st April 2008 by Roc (US)


For better or worse, Small Favor is a fully action-packed packed—have I mentioned packed?—volume.

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Book Review: White Night (The Dresden Files, #9) by Jim Butcher

Book Review: White Night (The Dresden Files, #9) by Jim Butcher

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White Night by Jim Butcher

My rating: 4.5 of 5 stars

Series: The Dresden Files (Book #9 of 25)

Genre: Fantasy, Urban Fantasy

Pages: 528 pages (US Kindle edition)

Published: 4th March 2010 by Orbit (UK) & 3rd April 2007 by Roc (US)


I’ve mentioned this several times, but it’s always safe to rely on The Dresden Files for a quick entertaining read.

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Book Review: Proven Guilty (The Dresden Files, #8) by Jim Butcher

Book Review: Proven Guilty (The Dresden Files, #8) by Jim Butcher

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Proven Guilty by Jim Butcher

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Series: The Dresden Files (Book #8 of 25)

Genre: Fantasy, Urban Fantasy

Pages: 428 pages (US Kindle edition)

Published: 4th March 2010 by Orbit (UK) & 1st February 2006 by Roc (US)


Not as good as Dead Beat, but this is another great read, as expected.

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Book Review: Dead Beat (The Dresden Files, #7) by Jim Butcher

Book Review: Dead Beat (The Dresden Files, #7) by Jim Butcher

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Dead Beat by Jim Butcher

My rating: 4.5 of 5 stars

Series: The Dresden Files (Book #7 of 25)

Genre: Fantasy, Urban Fantasy

Pages: 408 pages (US Kindle edition)

Published: 4th March 2010 by Orbit (UK) & 3rd May 2005 by Roc (US)


We human don’t deserve dogs, but how about Tyrannosaurus?

“Time after time, history demonstrates that when people don’t want to believe something, they have enormous skills of ignoring it altogether.”

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