Changes by Jim Butcher

March 14th, 2019 Kimberly Review 23 Comments

14th Mar
Changes by Jim Butcher

I took off my headphones and screamed, “Holy Shit!” or a slightly more colored variation, but people, Changes by Jim Butcher, the twelfth novel in the Harry Dresden Files was intense, mind-blowing, hilarious, heartbreaking and full of twisted fu@kery. Yeah ok, I liked it.

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Doctor Who: Scratchman by Tom Baker

March 6th, 2019 Kimberly Review 15 Comments

6th Mar
Doctor Who: Scratchman by Tom Baker

Tom Baker was one of my childhood Doctor and the fourth Doctor Who played by Tom Baker. I remember him with Sarah Jane and Harry Sullivan, so naturally when I saw an ad for Scratchman written and read by Tom Baker I had to listen. A trip down memory lane with a twisted new story that has our threesome facing great danger. 

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Turn Coat by Jim Butcher

February 28th, 2019 Kimberly Review 20 Comments

28th Feb
Turn Coat by Jim Butcher

The minute Morgan showed up on Harry’s doorstep I knew we were in for one heck of a ride. Turn Coat by Jim Butcher is the eleventh novel in the Harry Dresden files. I have been continuing my audio binge with narrator James Marsters. In fact, I am 90% into Changes as this review publishes.

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Small Favor by Jim Butcher

February 21st, 2019 Kimberly Review 22 Comments

21st Feb
Small Favor by Jim Butcher

Do you know what I love about the Dresden Files on Audio? After I finish each book, I am left feeling like this was my favorite and then I open the next and Butcher changes my mind! Small Favor has it all from incredible nail-biting action to mind games and don’t even get me started on the creatures we encounter.

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White Night by Jim Butcher

February 13th, 2019 Kimberly Review 18 Comments

13th Feb
White Night by Jim Butcher

White Night, the ninth novel in the Dresden Files narrated by James Marsters was high on magic and battle scenes that kept me up listening into the wee hours. Find out what happens when Harry’s number one suspect in a series of murders being written off as suicides.

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