After a trio of fantastic novels, Butcher’s winning streak staggers a bit with a novel that is full of revelations but is not particularly engaging.
Butcher is on a roll with the fifth Dresden book, with fallen angels and vampires both causing Harry problems.
After the explosive third book, the fourth Dresden Files novel reigns it in, but in all the right ways.
It’s ghostbusting with a holy man in the third Dresden Files book, which is the one that really kicks the series into high gear.
The second book in the series about Chicago’s wizard-for-hire has got BITE. Get it? Wolf pun. Boom.
One of the most popular urban fantasy series, the Dresden Files, makes it start with Storm Front. Is it worth getting into?
If you mixed Starcraft with Harry Potter and a dash of steampunk, you might get something like The Rithmatist.