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  1. Oscar Gordon says:

    Brief Cases is recommended. I just wish it was longer.

    You can also go onto Comixology and find the Dresden Files comics.Report

  2. Aaron David says:

    On the 9th, the new Haruki Murakami comes out, Killing Commendatore. At 700 pages, it promises to be a bit of a read. But alas, I am only 400 out of the 900 pages in 1Q84 (I keep breaking to read ’30’s British mysteries) so I won’t get to it for a bit.Report

  3. atomickristin says:

    One of the anomalies in long series where he just keeps getting better as he goes.

    I still gotta finish Skin Games, good to know there’s another in the pipeline.Report

  4. Burt Likko says:

    On book 4 now; have never read them before. The rules of magic seem not hugely consistent so far but I’m cool with that; the stories are great potboilers, and it’s becoming interesting as the characters begin to accumulate emotional and metaphysical scars.Report

  5. Mike Schilling says:

    I’ve read a few of the Dresdens, and, honestly, they’re not a patch on Vald Taltos. Brust is still writing those, and is up to 15 of a planned 19. Plus there’s the 5 Khaavren books, which are pastiches of Dumas’s Musketeer books, set in Vlad’s past, plus there’s an upcoming Count of Monte Cristo pastiche.

    Also, Dresden never has dialog like “You’d understand if you’d ever irrigated on a Navy canal.”Report