Smoke and Stone by Michael R. Fletcher
 

Smoke and Stone

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Minding the Gaps: The Dresden Files Books 1 – 6

Minding the Gaps: The Dresden Files Books 1 – 6 

Author’s Note: This is the first in an intermittent series of articles covering fantasy series that I probably should have read much sooner. As I cross a particular series (or part thereof) off my “to-read” list, I’ll share my thoughts here. Hopefully these articles will shed a little light on what some of us have […]

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Storm Front by Jim Butcher

Storm Front by Jim Butcher
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I’ve heard A LOT about The Dresden Files and after being told by about ten people over in the Fantasy-Faction forums that I ‘HAD’ to start this series, I finally did it. For a fantasy novel, it is pretty short. Saying that though, I think urban fantasy tends to be a little snappier and a […]

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Storm Front by Jim Butcher

Storm Front by Jim Butcher
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My name is Harry Blackstone Copperfield Dresden. Conjure by it at your own risk. I’m a wizard. I work out of an office in midtown Chicago. As far as I know, I’m the only openly practicing professional wizard in the country. You can find me in the yellow pages, under ‘Wizards.’ Believe it or not, […]

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Storm Front by Jim Butcher

Storm Front by Jim Butcher
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Chicago’s mean streets are probably the last place you’d think to look for a fully certified, practicing wizard, but that’s exactly where Harry Dresden decided to set up shop. You’d think being the only wizard listed in the windy city’s telephone directory would make him a pretty popular guy. It turns out, however, that when […]

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Fantasy-Faction’s Reading List for 2011

Fantasy-Faction’s Reading List for 2011 

Well we are approaching the end of the year. *sigh* And in 2010 I didn’t read nearly as much as I was intending to. In order to ensure this doesn’t happen again, for 2011 I am putting together a reading list of the best fantasy novels. These are books that people have been telling me […]

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