Jim Butcher's Dresden Files: Fool Moon, Part 1

Jim Butcher's Dresden Files: Fool Moon, Part 1

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by Jim Butcher, Mark Powers, Chase Conley
     
 
  • Harry Dresde&ngrave;s life is a mess. His top client (and close friend), Lt.
    Karrin Murphy, no longer trusts him. Chicagòs underworld and the cops alike think he's mobster Johnny Marcone's supernatural enforcer. And the enigmatic
    White Council continues to view him with suspicion. If all that weren't enough,
    a pack of werewolves have unleashed

Overview

  • Harry Dresde&ngrave;s life is a mess. His top client (and close friend), Lt.
    Karrin Murphy, no longer trusts him. Chicagòs underworld and the cops alike think he's mobster Johnny Marcone's supernatural enforcer. And the enigmatic
    White Council continues to view him with suspicion. If all that weren't enough,
    a pack of werewolves have unleashed a wave of terror on the Windy City. But as is always the case when it comes to the creatures of the Nevernever, there's far more going on than meets the eye. Before it's all over, Harry will find himself caught between friends, enemies, and arcane forces bent on his destruction. Is it any wonder he can't find a date?
  • Expanding on Book Two of Jim Butcher's New York Times bestselling saga, and featuring writer Mark Powers and artist Chase Conley, Fool Moon
    collects the first half of the 8-issue series in one volume, complete with bonus material and a cover gallery.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781606902103
Publisher:
Dynamite Entertainment
Publication date:
11/22/2011
Pages:
128
Product dimensions:
6.80(w) x 10.40(h) x 0.60(d)
Age Range:
13 - 16 Years

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Jim Butcher's Dresden Files: Fool Moon Part 1 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
bookwyrmian More than 1 year ago
It can be hard to take a well written story and turn it into a graphic novel. It can be even harder when the story includes magic and werewolves and other mystical creatures. To do all that and still keep the author's tone and feel of the story is a wonderful find. I love the Dresden Files, and I find that this retelling of the story does both justice to the original, and brings new elements to the story by virtue of being well drawn, and artistically stimulating. Again - well done.