Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Book Review: Turn Coat (The Dresden Files, Book 11), By Jim Butcher

Turn Coat (The Dresden Files, #11) A Novel of the Dresden Files, Book 11
By: Jim Butcher

Harry Dresden is Chicago's one and only professional wizard. He finds things, catches bad guys, helps ladies in distress, and lives by a code of chivalry the rest of civilization long since abandoned. So when an old nemesis shows up on his doorstep seeking sanctuary with a boatload of trouble on his heals – Harry takes him in, wondering silently why he doesn't just say no.

In addition to the constant action, intrigue, and humor present in all the Dresden Files, Turn Coat contains language, intense sexual arousal, non-descriptive references to group and pain related sexual activities, as well as bodies being ripped/torn/punctured/burned/slashed/mutilated/gorged and eaten. Some of the scenes are revolting, but the gore is more implied than minutely described.

Overall, an enjoying adult read.
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1 comment :

  1. I think I'm the only one who hasn't read this series. I will have to make time to check it out at my library. Thanks for sharing!


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