Review: Fool Moon

Fool Moon
Fool Moon by Jim Butcher
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

A good sequel to the first book, Fool Moon keeps a good pace going by adding in some new world expanding plot line. This time its the werewolves that are the problem. It turns out that the different names for werewolves mean different types/breeds/species of them.

Harry Dresden keeps up the self-depreciating humour while getting the utter crap beat out of him again and again. I had a bit of a hard time figuring out the bad guy, which was good, but I was also getting frustrated by all the secrets that made the situations worse.

The book was a quick read, with interesting lore, and a good installment for the series. I’ll definitely continue reading. Still a good series for supernatural crime along the lines of Sandman Slim, and the TV show Supernatural.

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Review: Storm Front

Storm Front
Storm Front by Jim Butcher
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This was exactly what I needed right now. An interesting series with lots to think about world-wise and crime-wise. without gtting so complicated that it becomes boring. Perfect for me to catch up on my GR annual goal (lol). Kind of along the same lines as the tv show Supernatural, and Harry Dresden is a great main character with lots of realistic flaws and while still being pretty cool. He’s also not the stereotypical BA either, so that is a nice change.

This book will appeal to fans of Supernatural Crime, including the Otherworld series, the Sandman Slim series, and shows like Supernatural, Haven, and Buffy (though not as dramatic).

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