I do like aspects of this series... Harry Dresden has grown on me some. I still find his stubbornness insufferable at times. I feel like he hates certain people for no other reason than spite at this point, like Marcone, who has done far more good than bad for Chicago. I still think Murphy is pretty great and Bob makes me laugh.
|I like Bob, but he needs to tell more poop jokes.|
Yeah, I know big things are brewing in Dresden's world. But how long will it all take? How much time should one invest in a series until "it gets better." I feel like Butcher is stringing us along with installment after installment where a lot happens physically, but the plot doesn't particularly move forward by more than a few inches. There's a difference between what happens in a book/series and what a book/series is about.
|Llamacorns. The Dresden Files is about llamacorns.|
|What are you, a lobotomy patient? No you cannot haz Fifty Shades of Gray.|