Category: Urban Fantasy

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Review – Changes by Jim Butcher

Review – Changes by Jim Butcher

Posted June 15, 2015 by smutmatters in Audiobook, Reviews, Urban Fantasy / 0 Comments

Changes by Jim Butcher Narrator: James Marsters Published by Penguin on April 6th 2010 Genres: Urban Fantasy Pages: 560 Format: Audiobook Goodreads Amazon, Barnes & Noble Long ago, Susan Rodriguez was Harry Dresden’s lover-until she was attacked and left struggling with the bloodlust of the vampiric Red Court. Now, she needs Harry’s help. Harry’s enemies have found the secret she has hidden for so long, and he will have to unleash the full fury of his untapped power. Because this time, he’s fighting to save his child. I love this book so much. I love this whole series, and this is easily my favorite so far. Changes, indeed.By the end of this book, Except probably not. Seriously. Everything about this book is great. This is the twelfth book in the series, and I really don’t recommend starting here. Do yourself a favor and read it from the beginning. Or at least […]

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Review – The Shadows by J.R. Ward

Review – The Shadows by J.R. Ward

Posted June 8, 2015 by smutmatters in Reviews, Urban Fantasy / 0 Comments

Black Dagger 13 The Shadows by J. R. Ward Published by Penguin LCC US on 2015-03 Genres: Romance, Urban Fantasy Pages: 576 Format: eBook Goodreads Amazon, Barnes & Noble This post will be dark and full of spoilers. Please do not proceed if you haven’t read this book or spoilers bother you. I normally try not to post spoilers, but it’s hard to do with a book like this. Plus, most of Ward’s fans read the new books as soon as they come out, so I don’t expect to ruin this for too many people. Spoiler line……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. First – the elephant in the room. Yes, Selena dies in the end. And if this is your first book in the Black Dagger Brotherhood series, I’m sure you were shocked. Also, book 13 is not the place to start in a series. At least not one like this that’s really one giant, sprawling, continuing […]

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