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Battle Ground (Dresden Files #17) by Jim Butcher Book Review 29, Sep

4.5/5

BATTLE GROUND by Jim Butcher is the immediate sequel, perhaps better described as second half, to the novel PEACE TALKS released earlier this year. The book was originally one enormous volume but due to the lengthy wait between previous books and the size of the final work, it was split into two. If you haven't read Peace Talks then you should probably shy away from this review as it's impossible to talk about this volume without addressing some of the plot points from its predecessor. You have been warned.

Peace Talks (Dresden Files #16) by Jim Butcher Book Review 14, Jul

4.5/5

I am one of Jim Butcher's biggest fans. Indeed, I did a massive re-read of his DRESDEN FILES books on RPG.net and was briefly a beta-reader before I had to drop out due to my father's death (that was a bad year for me). Still, I have waited for baited breath and great anticipation for the next installment of the adventures of Harry Dresden, Wizard for Hire. Was the book worth the wait? Yes and no but mostly yes.

The Dresden Files 02, May

I’ve first read the first 3 volumes in the Dresden Files, then let it lapse for a while. It was a nice concept, but I found them a tad simplistic and they didn't really grab me. Last year I’ve binge read the rest of the series in order, and reviewing individual volumes on Goodreads and Amazon as I go. Below are my thoughts about the series as it stands to date.