Thursday, September 26, 2013

Book Review: Grave Peril (Dresden Files, Book 3), By Jim Butcher

Book Review: Grave Peril (Dresden Files, Book 3), By Jim Butcher
Grave Peril (The Dresden Files, book 3)
By: Jim Butcher

When dangerous, tortured ghosts start popping up around Chicago, Harry Dresden – Wizard must put a stop to it before someone ends up dead. Only, between the ghosts, vampires, lethal poison, and the Nevernever, even the “Fist of God” may not be able to keep Harry alive.

Grave Peril keeps your attention to the very last page with a mix of humor and cover to cover action. The story includes several religious/christian figures that make for interesting interactions, but this is not a Christian book. Readers should be aware that there is a variety of language, as well as nudity, references to physical attraction/arousal, a non-erotic sex scene, and various injuries, killing and violence that range from non-graphic to mildly gory in concept. An enjoyable adult urban fantasy.

Grave Peril is the third book of the Dresden Files. You pick up on more if you read the Dresden Files in order, but Grave Peril can be read as a stand alone book.

Dresden Files (Series Review)

If you enjoyed Grave Peril you may also like:

Summer Knight (The Dresden Files, #4)
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