Fool Moon by Jim Butcher

Fool Moon by Jim Butcher: This is the second book in The Dresden Files, but I read the first one so long ago that I can safely say that you can enjoy this one just fine on its own. Here, our favorite wizard-for-hire is dealing with being on just about everybody’s bad side: the mafia, the FBI, the local cops, and multiple varieties of werewolf. The plot is exciting and funny, often at the same time, without losing the realistic touch that yes, people do really get hurt when magic and magical creatures get out of hand. I especially liked the different types of werewolf all existing in the same world: that’s something I haven’t encountered before. Dresden’s commentary is always enjoyable, but all the characters are three-dimensional. All in all a very fun read.

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