The Dresden File Series

By Marissa Parody

Jim Butcher is an American author who writes contemporary fantasy novels. Some of his most notable works include The Dresden Files, Codex Alera and the Cinder Spires book series.

In particular, I love The Dresden Files By Jim Butcher. My favorite book in the series is Fool Moon. The book centers around the idea of wearwolves, humans that can transform into animals. The novel follows a wizard named Harry Dresden who lives in Chicago and uses their supernatural powers to protect their community from evil. The idea of transformation from human to animal keeps me very engaged as I am curious as to whether this could really happen? And I’m very intrigued by Harry Dresden as I’m left wondering what’s the difference between good and evil? Are they both riding on the same line?

Photo of the cover of Jim Butcher's Fool Moon, a novel in the Dresden File Seriies. The cover features a man standing on the side of a building wearing all black clothes and a long black cape. Behind him, you can see the city skyline at night and the full moon. In white and green text, it reads: #1 New York Times Bestselling author Jim Butcher. Foot Moon - A novel of the Dresden Files. "Butcher keeps the thrills coming" - SF Site
Photo of Jim Butcher’s Fool Moon, a novel in the Dresden Files series

Fantasy novels, like The Dresden Files have the power to take me out of my day-to-day reality and allow me to relax and feel inspired. The three reasons that really keep my interest and engagement are:

  1. The creativity
  2. The plot
  3. The inner struggle of the characters in the book and how they resolve conflict

These thoughts keep me engaged in these series and keep me curious to keep following Jim Butcher and his books.

Check out the following interview with Jim Butcher on his bestselling Dresden Files Series below:

Video of Jim Butcher talking about his bestselling series the Dresden Files

Edited by avanicole23

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