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Fool Moon

Fool Moon (The Dresden Files, Book 2), by Jim Butcher

And here we have the second Dresden Files book by Jim Butcher.

This one involves werewolves, and more than one kind of them at that! And each kind has their own rules of course. I have no idea how much of these are based on folklore and how much is from Mr. Butcher's head. It seems each author changes the rules slightly for all the various paranormal creatures. Which makes sense. They aren't real after all!

And I've now been staring at the screen for a good ten minutes trying to come up with something to say. It probably doesn't help that I'm writing this a good month after I finished the book. (The date on the post is when I finished it, I just held off on the actual publishing of said post until I wrote something and it's now a month later than that there date)

So yeah, werewolves, mob boss, general bad stuff, Murph getting mad at Dresden... all that.


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