Sunday, December 04, 2005

#82 Fool Moon (The Dresden Files book 2) by Jim Butcher

Fool Moon by Jim ButcherMy Rating: 9 out of 10 stars

I really liked this book, even better than the first one. I think Harry’s character is endearing to both men and women alike so I just recently started my husband on this series with Storm Front since I believe he prefers a male lead. That said, many male leads are often indifferent or unemotional like so many men are, but Harry allows you to see his softer side at times too, beneath his tough outside exterior. Because every good guy has a good heart. :)

This book centers around werewolves and their various forms, and as Harry enters into a battle with the supernatural creatures, all the aspects of his personna are stretched and put to the test, including again, his friendship with Murphy, which still hadn’t fully recovered from the last episode. Susan is back and Harry looks deeper at his feelings for her, especially when their lives are threatened and they’re clinging to each other on what might be their last night alive.

(I hope this review is coherent… I’m writing under the influence of Dayquil and many other pain killers. Go Pats! Go Yule Tree! So much to do today… must banish all the ickiness!)

See the BookCrossing journal page for this book for more links and information. See more progress on: In 2005 read 100 books.