The Heist from Hell – Review of Jim Butcher’s “Skin Game”

Jim Butcher's "Skin Game", available on Amazon By this point in The Dresden Files, Harry Dresden has been through more kinds of hell than most people see in their entire lifetimes. And that’s to be expected for a fictional character who is inhabiting an epic fantasy world like the Dresdenverse. But then you get to … Continue reading The Heist from Hell – Review of Jim Butcher’s “Skin Game”

Dealing with Hell – A Review of Jim Butcher’s “Small Favor”

Book cover for "Small Favor" When a Fae Queen asks you to take on a favor, you just know nothing good is going to come of it. Especially not when it involves Johnny Marcone and the Denarians. Small Favor is the first novel where major shakeups begin in the Dresden universe. Nothing remains the same, … Continue reading Dealing with Hell – A Review of Jim Butcher’s “Small Favor”

The Dead Never Rest – A Review of Jim Butcher’s “Grave Peril”

Cover Art for Jim Butcher's "Grave Peril" How dangerous are the dead? In our world, the only dangers the dead present are disease and a cause for more violence. In Harry Dresden’s world, the dead in all their various manifestations are unfathomably dangerous. Jim Butcher’s third entry in the Dresden Files, “Grave Peril”, is a … Continue reading The Dead Never Rest – A Review of Jim Butcher’s “Grave Peril”