by Jim Butcher
Released: September 1 2001
Series: The Dresden Files #3
Published by Roc
“The pacing is perfection, the humor doesn’t feel out of place or come across as corny and despite all that’s happening in the book, Harry is still the main focus of each book. ”
~ Under the Covers
GRAVE PERIL is book three in the Dresden Files and well, these books just seem to be getting better. After trying out the audio with the last book, I thought I’d return to just reading and I find that I like just reading them better for me. It allows me to put my own spin on things but I do know that a lot of people really love the audiobooks as well. I guess it’s just personal preference.
This book doesn’t waste time getting into the action. A lot of mythology is thrown into this book and it’s stuff that I don’t normally see a lot of even in Urban Fantasy. The things Jim Butcher comes up with are truly one of a kind and I think that’s really why this series is so good. His imagination can’t be beat.
But another reason why I love this series is because of the writing. There’s no other way to say it- it’s just good! The pacing is perfection, the humor doesn’t feel out of place or come across as corny and despite all that’s happening in the book, Harry is still the main focus of each book. This balance is what makes a good book spectacular and I think Butcher has really nailed it with this series. I’m so glad I’m finally getting to read them all.
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