Dresden Files Recap &Reaction, Books 1-5

The Blue Team is taking a deep breath before a giant Dresden plunge! In preparation for another spate of Dresden Files episodes coming up, Megan, Kenn, and Todd take stock of where they’re at in the series, how they’re enjoying, what they’re enjoying most, and what they’re looking forward to in coming books.

Look forward to at least another 4-5 Dresden episodes in the coming weeks!

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  1. Randy Weivoda Moderator
    Randy Weivoda
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    Wait a minute.  Ricochet has a podcast on Jim Butcher’s Dresden books?  Woohoo! 

    Attention @cudouglas, @katiekoppelman, @juliesnapp.

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  2. Randy Weivoda Moderator
    Randy Weivoda
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    OK, I finally had time to listen to this and it was delightful.  And to answer one of the questions, yes Jim Butcher has had a plan for the whole arc from the beginning.  As he explained it at SpikeCon, he had an outline for the whole series before the first book was published.  If memory serves, there will be two more regular-size novels, then a finale that will be split into two (or was it three?) books.

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  3. HankMorgan Coolidge
    HankMorgan
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    Randy Weivoda (View Comment):

    OK, I finally had time to listen to this and it was delightful. And to answer one of the questions, yes Jim Butcher has had a plan for the whole arc from the beginning. As he explained it at SpikeCon, he had an outline for the whole series before the first book was published. If memory serves, there will be two more regular-size novels, then a finale that will be split into two (or was it three?) books.

    5 or 6 regular books and the finale is a trilogy.

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