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Jim Butcher’s Dresden Files: Fool Moon Volume 2 by Mark Powers – Graphic Novel Review [Bane of Kings]

Fool Moon Vol. 2

Bane of Kings writes a short review of the second volume of the graphic novel adaption of the second novel in Jim Butcher’s Dresden Files, Fool Moon, adapted by Mark Powers. 

“An interesting graphic novel that brings the world of Dresden to life, but ultimately suffers from the fact that it is not Butcher who is doing the adaption.” ~The Founding Fields

The Dresden Files: Small Favour by Jim Butcher – Book Review [Bane of Kings]

Small Favour

Bane of Kings offers his thoughts on the tenth Dresden Files novel, Small Favour, written by Jim Butcher and published by Orbit. 

Ten novels in and Butcher proves he can still make a fresh installment. Action-packed, rip-roaring and amazing, Small Favour may just be the best Dresden Files novel yet.” ~The Founding Fields

The Dresden Files: White Night by Jim Butcher – Book Review [Bane of Kings]


Bane of Kings reviews the enthralling ninth Dresden Files novel, White Night, which sees this long running urban-fantasy series continue in fine form, published by Orbit in the UK and written by Jim Butcher.

“You’re not a fan of the urban-fantasy genre until you have read Jim Butcher. His books are easily the strongest novel series in urban-fantasy, and White Night is no exception, being one of my favourite Dresden novels so far.” ~The Founding Fields

Note: This review presumes prior knowledge of all previous books in The Dresden Files, but there are no spoilers for this installment.

The Dresden Files: Proven Guilty by Jim Butcher – Book Review [Bane of Kings]

Proven Guilty

Bane of Kings reviews Proven Guilty, Book Number 8 in the best Urban Fantasy series out there on the market today, The Dresden Files, written by Jim Butcher and published by Orbit Books.

“Eight Books in and Butcher continues to suprise, enthrall, and entertain. Proven Guilty proves that Butcher is not just capable of writing an awesome novel, but continuing an awesome series.~The Founding Fields

Note: This review presumes that the reader has read at least the first Seven Books in the Dresden Files series, as there is spoilers for previous books.