Monthly Archives: June 2007
Go read. Seriously. I tagged it in my del.icio.us, but it bears repeating. So. Go read it. I think Washington was wrong when he said you can only trust someone’s oath if they’re religious (I know a number of atheists … Continue reading
by Jim Butcher Black Court, and White Court, and Red Court, oh my! There are plenty of vampires to go around in this book, of different sorts. This is the first time we really get to see the White Court … Continue reading
by Jim Butcher Poor Harry Dresden. When it rains, it pours. There’s a war going on between wizards and vampires, and he’s right in the middle. Worse, a vampire assassin is convinced that if he and Harry duel, it will … Continue reading
I really ought to remember to post when I put reviews up, nu? So: Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End!
This week’s Friday Five!
By Jim Butcher I really dig the version of Faery in Butcher’s books. The fey cannot tell a lie, for example, but don’t have to tell you the truth, either, which makes them very interesting characters. This book follows Dresden’s … Continue reading
By Jim Butcher Harry Dresden has a knack for facing up against baddies who are way out of his league. He’s a powerful wizard, sure, but he’s only one guy and there are significant limitations to the magic he can … Continue reading
By Jim Butcher Book Two of the Dresden Files doesn’t disappoint after the promising start in Storm Front. This time, Harry is up against werewolves. And not just any sort of werewolves, either: this one is a particularly nasty, powerful … Continue reading
By Jim Butcher This is a surprisingly good debut novel. It’s a real page-turner, and lays down the exposition and introductions without being too heavyhanded doing so. Harry Dresden, wizard, is more Sam Spade than Gandalf. He’s a classic gumshoe … Continue reading
I got Katharine Hepburn! Yay! She is one of my favorite classic actresses. She just rocks.