Review of The Dresden Files

Ever since he was a boy, Harry Blackstone Copperfield Dresden, knew that monsters were real, just as he was able to make things happen simply with the force of his will. As he grew he began to learn of his magical heritage, given to him by his mother, and coveted by his Uncle, who would stop at nothing to possess it. Now that he is grown Harry is the only private investigator / wizard in Chicago and listed in the phone book. He uses real magic to help him solve his cases, much to the chagrin of both the police and the magical establishment, whose shadow wars often spill into the 'real' world and involve people who have no idea just how magical, and dark, the world can be. Based on Jim Butcher's best-selling novels, The Dresden Files.
by bigbene
Jul 15, 2015 2:50PM EDT

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As a fan of the books i went into the series hoping for another great outlet for that universe. It was by no means perfect and varied from the books in striking ways. It still managed to catch an essence of what the books were about and was in its own right rather entertaining. Of course like most decent Sci-Fi network shows it was cut down before its time.


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