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Cold Days: A Dresden Files Novel - Jim Butcher

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Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Jim Butcher / Hardcover / 416 Pages / Book is published 2012-11-27 by Orbit

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      03.01.2013 00:03
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      A must read for Dresden Files Fans

      The is the 14th Dresden Files book from Jim butcher and just as a starting point I would like to recommend all of them. I've been reading them for a couple of years now after stumbling across the series while trudging through amazon and even though it took me a while to buy the first one (I judged the book by its cover for a while), since storm front I have read the series back to back and I even have the Audiobooks which are read brilliantly by James Masters (Spike from Buffy and I think Brainiac in Smallville).
      What I like about The Dresden files is that there's not a lot of waiting around. Page one, your Straight into the story and from there on in you're moving at a very fast pace until you hit that last page. The series in general is action packed from start to finish, it's written in a first person narrative and has a wealth of enjoyable characters. I think the best praise I can give the books is that they are consistently well written and having not long read Cold Days it's not much of a leap to say they are getting even better. So if you were go out and buy Storm Front (the first Book) and you enjoy it, then there are 13 books more you are going to enjoy just as much, with maybe another 6 more coming from what I've read online.


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