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ARC Review: Battle Ground by Jim Butcher
Battle Ground
Book Info

Released: September 29 2020
Genre: Urban Fantasy
Series: The Dresden Files #17

Recommended Read!

“Definitely put this on your must-read list! I don’t think you will be disappointed!”
~ Under the Covers

It seems like Jim Butcher is back and has hit the ground running. With BATTLE GROUND, the seventeenth book in the Harry Dresden series, Harry must battle it out with a titan to save the world.

As always, you can expect a lot of the same hilarious banter, intense action scenes and different types of paranormal creatures. This series doesn’t seem to be slowing down. There are so many different aspects to this story that Butcher pays a lot of detail to, so it really feels rich and well-developed. I think loyal fans of the series will be ecstatic with this latest installment. I certainly was blown away.

I would recommend this series to all Urban Fantasy readers, especially ones that love a Sci Fi twist. It’s good for men and women alike, so I feel like a large range of readers will find this series entertaining. You don’t necessarily need to read this series in order to understand it, but it’s always nice to know where things start, so I would recommend reading in order. Definitely put this on your must-read list! I don’t think you will be disappointed!


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  1. I’ve enjoyed all of jim butchers book series All were great- until Battleground. It felt as though he’s gotten tired of his characters and was simply writing them off.
    Or he was writing a comic book.

    No where near the depth of the previous books with even the characters seeming out of place or acting out of character.

    I read it twice and it got no clearer. It seems something was lacking

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