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Fool Moon (The Dresden Files, #2) Reading Fool Moon The Dresden Files, 2 Jim Butcher Ebats.us Harry Dresden WizardLost Items Found Paranormal Investigations Consulting Advice Reasonable Rates No Love Potions, Endless Purses, Or Other Entertainment.Business Has Been Slow Okay, Business Has Been Dead And Not Even Of The Undead Variety You Would Think Chicago Would Have A Little Action For The Only Professional Wizard In The Phone Book But Lately, Harry Dresden Hasn T Been Able To Dredge Up Any Kind Of Work Magical Or Mundane.But Just When It Looks Like He Can T Afford His Next Meal, A Murder Comes Along That Requires His Particular Brand Of Supernatural Expertise.A Brutally Mutilated Corpse Strange Looking Paw Prints A Full Moon Take Three Guesses And The First Two Don T Count


10 thoughts on “Fool Moon (The Dresden Files, #2)

  1. says:

    I ve been told this series gets good at book three Someone else said book four Another, book six.I promised to read until book seven, and I will But Harry is seriously, seriously shitting me.Harry Dresden is a Wizard private eye who works largely with the Chicago police department s Special Investigations officer, Murphy.He has the most over developed Her


  2. says:

    Reviewed by Rabid ReadsBR with my peeps at Buddies Books and BaublesSpecifically Robin Bridge Four , Jennavier , Jenny , Lila , oOSarahOo , Sh3lly Not all those who wander are lost , and Steven I don t know if it was the lowered expectations from being told by every friggin body that DRESDEN doesn t start getting good until book 3 or 4, or if it was how mu


  3. says:

    3.5 stars I looked up through the clear night at the almost full moon Werewolves jumping through windows at gangster s lackeys in unfinished restaurants A mangled corpse in the middle of a blood drenched floor Berserk FBI field agents drawing guns and shooting to kill A little kung fu, a little John Wayne, and a few casual threats.So far, I thought, my nerv


  4. says:

    Today is your lucky day Yes it is Want know why Well this was going to be one of my never ending, ever rambling reviews This was going to be an ode to the awesomeness that is Harry D I was going to go all blah blah blah this is fantastic, blah blah blah this is so cool, blah blah blah Harry D I love you even though you re not an asshole, blah blah blah I lov


  5. says:

    This was an alright read but not one that has left me eager to tear into the next 13 books already published in this series There was quite a bit of world building, especially about werewolves, but I didn t find it particularly immersive Like in the first book Butcher s attempts to integrate fantasy into the modern world feel kind of forced and these 2 worlds


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    Update 03 11 11 2 So my last update was hastily written, and in anger Now that I ve had time to cool off and think clearly I m feeling bad So here s another, less in your face way of saying it Warning this review contains cheekiness Please do not be offended or take this review too seriously as it is meant in jest If you are a serious Dresden fan this review i


  7. says:

    Well, I ve copied my review from two years ago below, and I feel like it is pretty much on point with how I feel after reading the book a second time Not really sure if I need to say muchThe only parts I really enjoyed were the scenes that alluded to Harry s past I m sticking around forof that down the road, I hope The first half wasn t bad, and the book actual


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    A gruesome murder comes along, and Harry Dresden s expertise is needed A brutally mutilated corpse Strange looking paw prints A full moon.I really liked the first book of the series, and I was expecting a lotfrom this The premise screams werewolves, and that s actually my favorite supernatural creature Werewolves are badass and ruthless, but once again, Butcher


  9. says:

    Back into the world of Harry Dresden through another excellent audio book presentation Between Fool Moon and Scarlet by Marissa Meyer, I ve been reading about werewolves a lot Not that I m complaining.The interesting premise of this book is that there are multiple ways to become a werewolf and it explores the problems associated with each I enjoyed the juxtaposit


  10. says:

    It isn t enough to stand up and fight darkness You ve got to stand apart from it, too You ve got to be different from it2.5 Stars Unless things drastically improve by book three, I think it s safe to say that The Dresden Files is one of the most overrated series of all time At least the first two books, anyway For the life of me, I can t figure out why these are s


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