Storm Front by Jim Butcher
My rating: 3.5 of 5 stars
Series: The Dresden Files (Book #1 of 25)
Genre: Fantasy, Urban Fantasy
Pages: 332 pages (UK paperback edition)
Published: 4th March 2010 by Orbit (UK) & 1st April 2000 by Roc (US)
Storm Front is an introductory and page-turning installment to a beloved urban fantasy series.
I am not much of an expert on urban fantasy sub-genre, I certainly haven’t read as much urban fantasy compared to high fantasy, and almost all of the majority of urban fantasy series I’ve thoroughly loved has been UF series that took place in a fictional world rather than ours; The Green Bone Saga by Fonda Lee and The Divine Cities trilogy by Robert Jackson Bennett are a great example of this. Many trusted readers and friends of mine who understands my reading taste, however, have convinced me that if there’s one urban fantasy series—with a contemporary setting—that I would end up loving, it’s The Dresden Files by Jim Bucher. Well, here I am, I’m officially starting my journey with this series.
“There is no truer gauge of a man’s character than the way in which he employs his strength, his power.”