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Well, I’ve done it. I’ve completely caught up on the Dresden Files series. Admittedly I’ve only read one of the graphic novels but, they don’t count in my mind.,
I really enjoyed this series. It’s a well told and easy to read series with a lot of funny and thought provoking moments. I will suggest, again, to read Side Jobs last. One of the advantages to an established series is being able to keep the momentum up by going to the next book right away. Going back and forth in time could cause temporal instability in your story conceptualizing.
The First Confessor: The Legend of Magda Searus is a high fantasy book you’ll hear more about it later from me.
The Ritmatist remains one of my least favorite Brandon Sanderson books but, is still a very entertaining read.
I got the John Quincy Adams book for a bit of literary palate cleansing. I look forward to the difference in genre.
Like I said before, now that I have caught up on the Dresden Files books, I’m looking for another established series to take its place. I’ve been toying with the idea to use one Wednesday a month to review a book from that series in order as a kind of ‘Catch up’ project. If anybody has any suggestions, please let me know.
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