Proven Guilty - Jim Butcher

Proven Guilty

By Jim Butcher

  • Release Date: 2006-05-02
  • Genre: Contemporary
We rated this book with: 5/5 stars

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The White Council of Wizards has drafted Harry Dresden as a Warden and assigned him to look into rumors of black magic in Chicago. Malevolent entities that feed on fear are loose in the Windy City, but it's all in a day's work for a wizard, his faithful dog, and a talking skull named Bob.

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  • Love this series

    By sj2818
    Like Harry Potter for adults.
  • The Magic is Still There

    By Darkseer
    Butcher's Dresden Files novels are always a treat. Loaded with all the action of a summer blockbuster, Jim also manages to fill his works with LOL humor, and that's something I can't say about too many authors. This book is definitely on my favorites list. Hard times for Harry always ends in good reads for me. Oh, and while the storyline is largely standalone, there's continuing plot lines and recurring characters from previous novels in here that might spoil past events for new readers. If you're new to Dresden, you're looking for Storm Front, Jim's(and Harry's) explosive, hilarious debut.
  • Proven Guilty is Terrific read!

    By BongoBern
    When I first started to read the Dresden Chronicles, I had to fight with my impression of the lead character. In my mind I was seeing Paul Blackthorn, the actor who portrayed Dresden in the single season TV version. (I think the show was ahead of its time, looking back with clear hindsight.) Anyway, this Harry didn't seem to be likable, he was irritating, stubborn, and well, a thorn. As the book series has progressed, however, so has Harry's character, until he seems more curmudgeonly than irritating, and we know his heart's always in the right place. Each book in the series gets more intense. "Proven Guilty" is the best yet. A real, "I can't put it down" kind of book. Since the beginning, the characters are all evolving, blending, and swirling around an increasingly dark core of betrayal and evil, and a new, unknown, mighty power is behind it all. If you haven't read any of the Dresden Files, then I urge you to start at the beginning with book one, "Storm Front" and get ready for a real reading adventure.
  • Love Dresden!

    By Capnsmitty19a
    This series is everything I could want, action, adventure, horror, danger and above all else comedy! These books are one thing I look for in a series, the inability to put it down after I start reading!

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