Friday, May 11, 2018

Brief Cases by Jim Butcher

This is a mixed bag of short stories about Harry Dresden, Chicago's only professional wizard.  Harry does things the way he wants with those he likes to work with.  Needless to day, that doesn't go over well in a professional society...

Ace and Net Galley allowed me to read this book for review (thank you).  It will be published on June 5th.

I found this collection very interesting.  It's full of pieces.  Beginnings and endings and even some way before with other characters.  You might be reading some pieces that sound familiar but even they have chunks of odd new information that ties to another story.  Jim Butcher never bores you.

The most interesting part is that these stories are written by other authors who were influenced by his work.

This is a mess of taking on quests that no one is quite sure about to accomplish they're not sure what and how to is unknown.  You need more than that to be drawn in?

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The Burglar Who Met Fredric Brown by Lawrence Block

Mr. Block has a great imagination.  I enjoy his work. He sent me a copy of this ebook to read and review (thank you).  You can get in ebook ...