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Side Jobs: Stories From the Dresden Files

de Jim Butcher, Jim Butcher

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Séries: The Dresden Files (Short Story Collection 1)

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Here, together for the first time, are the shorter works of #1 New York Times bestselling author Jim Butcher -- a compendium of cases that Harry Dresden and his cadre of allies managed to close in record time. The tales range from the deadly serious to the absurdly hilarious. Also included is a new, never-before-published novella that takes place after the cliff-hanger ending of the new April 2010 hardcover, Changes.… (mais)
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Nice short story featuring one of Harry's closest friends and allies. Like Backup, this story does not feature Harry at all, yet you can really feel his influence in every passage. ( )
  sigshane | Aug 31, 2021 |
A Restoration of Faith - Restoration of Faith is a short prequel novella in the Dresden Files series. It's only about the length of a chapter and tells the story of a case Harry worked before becoming a full-fledged private investigator. At the time he and his partner, Nick, ran Ragged Angel Investigations, an agency that searched for missing children. This was an aspect of the story that I really enjoyed, and I thought Harry was very good with the girl he rescued. He seemed to have a kind, gentle side that I hope to see more of in the full-length novels of the series. There wasn't much in the way of magic in this novella, so I'm not sure precisely how Harry's powers work. The battle with the troll was fun, but Harry defeated him using his wits more than anything else. I'm not certain whether he hadn't come into his full powers yet or if his powers simply have limits, but I'm definitely interested in finding out more about this intriguing character. I also don't know if any of the secondary characters in this short story show up again in future books, but I wouldn't mind seeing more of them if they did. Restoration of Faith was my first read by Jim Butcher. It may have been brief, but it gave me enough of a taste of his writing style to know that I like it and look forward to reading more. Restoration of Faith can be read for free on Jim Butcher's website and is also available in print as part of this anthology. Star Rating: ****

VignetteVignette is a really short three-page story that is exactly what the title implies, a brief vignette in Harry's life, in which he and Bob discuss possibly making changes to Harry's ad in the phone book. Their interplay is crisp and funny as the two argue over what the new ad should say. Of course, Harry wants to keep it simple, while Bob wants to spice things up a bit. Overall this was a fun, little slice of life story from the Dresden Files series. Vignette falls between Death Masks and Blood Rites in the series chronology. It can be read for free on Jim Butcher's website and is also available in print as part of this anthology. Star Rating: ****1/2

Something Borrowed - Something Borrowed is a short, thirty-page novella that falls between Dead Beat and Proven Guilty in the Dresden Files series chronology. It features the wedding of Harry’s friends, Billy and Georgia, the leaders of the Alphas werewolf pack. Harry is the best man, so when Billy can’t reach Georgia and is caught up in appeasing his soon to be monster-in-law, he sends Harry to check on her. Much to Harry’s dismay, he finds their apartment trashed, Georgia missing, and traces of fairy activity. Using a tracking spell, Harry, with the help of Murphy and Bob, must rescue Georgia and get her to the wedding before Billy unknowingly marries the wrong woman.

This was a really fun novella that I very much enjoyed reading. The interplay between Harry, Murphy, and Bob was sharp and witty, while Murphy’s introduction to Bob was great for a laugh. Harry and Murphy always work well together, and the attraction between them (at least on Harry’s side) is slowly building, making me wonder what might happen in future books of the series. It was great to see Billy and Georgia get their happy ending, even though it didn’t exactly go as planned. But it did have a touch of fairy tale magic in an evil stepmother and true-love’s kiss, which I loved. Overall, this was a great little foray into Harry’s world that leaves me wanting to revisit it soon. Something Borrowed was originally published in the multi-author anthology, My Big Fat Supernatural Wedding, but was later reprinted in this single-author anthology. Star Rating: *****

It's My Birthday, Too - “It's My Birthday, Too” is a really fun short novella that falls between White Night and Small Favor in the Dresden Files series chronology. It appears that it may pick up immediately after the graphic novel story, Down Town, as it opens with Harry and Molly just returning from a battle with a slime golem. In this one, it’s both Valentine's Day and Thomas’s birthday. Harry wants to celebrate by giving Thomas a gift, but Thomas isn’t home. As it turns out, he’s at an otherwise deserted shopping mall, taking part in vampire LARPing with one of his employees. Of course, it wouldn’t be a Dresden Files story without some supernatural baddie interrupting all the fun, and in this case, it’s a real Black Court vampire who, in her human life, used to be one of the LARPers. Now she’s out for revenge against the rest of the group for making fun of her.

I really enjoyed this novella. Thomas being a real vampire, pretending to be a vampire was utterly amusing, as is his continued facade of being a gay French hairdresser. The former nerd turned vampire come back for revenge on those who did her wrong was a convincing touch of villainous genius. There was the obligatory supernatural battle that all but decimates the poor shopping mall, but as usual Harry is in fine form, despite not having most of his wizarding tools at hand, because this was supposed to be family time. I loved his ability to improvise and the help he received from the Little Folk who live in the shoe store at the mall was awesome. I adore the little fairies and love it when they appear in one of these stories. Harry’s apprentice, Molly, was on hand, too, and provides some additional help, but she’s still not powerful enough to counter a villain as strong as a vampire of the Black Court. All in all, this was an entertaining story and I very much enjoyed this foray into Harry’s world. “It's My Birthday, Too” was originally published in the anthology, Many Bloody Returns and was later reprinted in this single-author anthology. Star Rating: *****

Heorot - “Heorot” is a short novella in the Dresden Files series that falls between White Night and Small Favor in the series chronology. It’s a fairly simple story in which a young woman disappears from a beer festival on what is also her wedding day. Harry’s friend, Mac, owner of McAnally’s Pub where all the supernaturals congregate, is on hand, recognizes something from the spooky side afoot, and calls in Harry to investigate. As he’s using a tracking spell to find the young woman, he’s joined by Ms. Gard, John Marcone’s supernatural security consultant. Since she’s already tracking the grendelkin, the creature who took the girl, they team up and head into Undertown to find them. There are some tense moments and a big battle, but in the end they save the day – and the girl.

I enjoyed the story, just not quite as much as some of the other novellas in the series. I think the most interesting part is that we learn a new tidbit about Gard and who she really is. But since she’s not one of my favorite characters of the series, I wasn’t as engrossed as I might have been if it was Murphy or Thomas or perhaps someone else acting as Harry’s sidekick. Harry’s other helper this time was Mouse and I always love him. The grendelkin is a disgusting new supernatural baddie that we’ve never seen before and that’s based on the mythology surrounding Beowulf. I’ve never read Beowulf, but those who have might find this novella a bit more intriguing than I did. It was still a good story and a fun read, but perhaps just not as memorable as some of the others. “Heorot” was originally published in the anthology, My Big Fat Supernatural Honeymoon, and was later reprinted in this single-author anthology. Star Rating: ****

Day Off - “Day Off” is a fairly short story of only about twenty pages that falls between Small Favor and Turn Coat in the Dresden Files series chronology. In it, Harry has an extremely rare day off, where he has no wizarding business to take care of. He’s looking forward to spending it going on a date with fellow warden, Anastasia Luccio. But things go awry when a group of young half-baked, wanna-be wizards show up at Harry’s apartment, making threats, then a pair of lusty, naked werewolves appear at his door, claiming to have fleas, but are clearly under the influence of some magical force. Meanwhile his apprentice, Molly, is busy blowing up his basement laboratory.

This was a really enjoyable story that’s very light-hearted with no big baddies to conquer or genuinely life-threatening situations for Harry to deal with. But I do feel rather sorry for the guy. He simply can’t seem to catch a break from all the magical mayhem, even on his day off. I enjoyed seeing a few of the werewolves from the Alphas pack again. In fact, it all starts out with the fun of Harry having a game night with them. What’s really hilarious, though, is when Andi and Kirby, a young werewolf couple, show up at his apartment the next morning, and in between bouts of lustiness, end up on a merry chase with Mouse and Mister, around Harry’s apartment, while Molly creates chaos in the basement lab. It was all thoroughly humorous fun. “Day Off” was originally published in the anthology, Blood Lite, and was later reprinted in this single-author anthology. Star Rating: *****

Backup - “Backup” is a novellette that falls between Small Favor and Turn Coat in the Dresden Files series chronology. It’s unique to the series in that it’s told entirely from the POV of Thomas, Harry’s vampire half-brother. In this one, Thomas is contacted by his sister, Lara, and asked to rendezvous with her representative to receive important information. That representative ends up being Justine, the only woman Thomas has ever loved, but the one woman he can’t be with, because to do so would kill her. The information she brings is that Harry is in danger from an ancient evil known as the Stygian Sisterhood who want to unleash demonic forces. One of the sisters has tricked Harry into helping her, so Thomas must ride to the rescue. But he cannot reveal his presence, because that would also reveal his involvement in the centuries-old Oblivion War, a secret that no one must know.

I’ve loved Thomas as a secondary character in the Dresden Files since he showed up on the page. It was really fun and interesting to get a peek inside his life while he’s not helping Harry with cases. Needless to say, Thomas is keeping a few secrets. I also loved his brief but bittersweet reunion with Justine. I’m still rooting for something to happen that will make it possible for these two to be together one day. I think that “Backup” proves that Thomas is an interesting enough character to carry his own story, and although there don’t appear to be any more stories from his POV in the series to date, I would definitely be up for more. This one barely whetted my appetite. I don’t know if the events depicted in this novellette will have any bearing on the larger books of the series, but I kind of hope so. I’m very eager to learn more about the Oblivion War and Thomas’s involvement in it. “Backup” was originally published as a stand-alone novellette with illustrations (though not a graphic novel) by Subterranean Press, but was later republished, sans illustrations, in this anthology. Star Rating: ****

The Warrior - “The Warrior” is a short novelette that takes place between Small Favor and Turn Coat, but before the novelette “Last Call,” in the Dresden Files series chronology. In this one, we have a mysterious person who’s making threats against Harry’s friend, Michael, and his family, and who also appears to be trying to get Amoracchius, the sword Michael used to wield as a Knight of the Cross, as well as Fidelacchius, the one used by the fallen Knight, Shiro, both of which are now in Harry’s possession. Harry finds himself in a race against time to figure out who the bad guy is, rescue one of Michael's children, and keep the swords out of the hands of the wrong person.

“The Warrior” is a really fun Dresden story that I very much enjoyed. I had been troubled by the outcome for Michael at the end of Small Favor, the last full-length novel prior to this story. In it, he had been gravely wounded and his future was uncertain. In this novelette, we learn that he did recover, although not fully. He is no longer able to take up his sword, so it appears that Amoracchius is now in limbo, as well, waiting for a new Knight. However, despite his limitations, Michael is still a fierce warrior, especially when one of his children is in danger. I was glad to see that, although he’s no longer a Knight, he’s doing fine, and he and his family are happy, perhaps happier than they’ve ever been now that he’s no longer putting himself in constant danger. He’s also still the honorable man we’ve come to know throughout the past several books of the series. Butters puts in an appearance when Harry is injured, while Molly and Mouse have their roles to play as well. Overall, this was a really good story and I like the way everything ties together at the end, with Harry’s actions causing a ripple effects of future goodness. “The Warrior” was originally published in the multi-author anthology, Mean Streets, and was later reprinted in this single-author anthology. Star Rating: *****

Last Call - “Last Call” is a novellette that falls between Small Favor and Turn Coat in the Dresden Files series chronology. In it, Harry heads to McAnally’s Pub after a long day, wanting to enjoy a beer, but he finds the place in complete disarray with Mac beaten up and all the patrons unconscious after becoming violent. He immediately suspects something supernatural in nature, and soon discovers that Mac’s own specially brewed beer has been tainted by a magical spell. Harry investigates with Murphy’s help, and their search leads them to an unexpected source and a race against time to keep the spell from spreading throughout Chicago.

“Last Call” is a fairly short story, so the plot isn’t particularly involved. However, I did very much enjoy it anyway. The story unfolds in a methodical manner as Harry and Murphy investigate, leading to an exciting denouement. I always love to see Harry and Murphy working together. They make a great team, and although she was under the influence of a spell at the time, Murphy offers a surprising confession that makes me wonder even more if these two may someday become more than just friends. Add in a little help from Molly and a brief sighting of Mouse and Mister, and you have the makings of a delightful little tale that I had fun reading. "Last Call" was originally published in the multi-author anthology, Strange Brew, and was later reprinted in this single-author anthology. Star Rating: ****1/2

Love Hurts - “Love Hurts” is a short story that falls between Turn Coat and Changes in the Dresden Files series chronology. In this one, Harry is called in to assist Murphy on a case involving multiple couples who appear to have died in some sort of obsessive murder/suicide pact. While there doesn’t seem to be any obvious connection between the couples, Harry does sense magic afoot, possibly some sort of love spell. After some good old-fashioned sleuthing, Murphy discovers that all the couples appear to have gone to the state fair, so she and Harry head there looking for more clues. As they pursue a suspicious-looking character who was initially following them, they fall prey to the love spell themselves and must fight against its power in order to find the culprits.

For such a short story, “Love Hurts” was quite satisfying. However, I’m pretty sure that a large part of my enjoyment was mainly due to the fact that Harry and Murphy finally kiss for the first time. Woo-hoo! Sadly, though, they were under the love spell at the time, so I’m still not sure if it’s going to mean anything going forward. I’m keeping my fingers crossed that it will, because IMHO, these two getting together is long overdue. The story was slightly open-ended with Harry and Murphy finding two of the culprits but not the main person who was doing the actual conjuring, so I’ll be interested to see if anything comes of that in future stories as well. Overall, this was a very welcome addition to the series that was a fun read. “Love Hurts” was originally published in the multi-author anthology, Songs of Love and Death, and was later reprinted in this single-author anthology. Star Rating: *****

Aftermath - “Aftermath” is an original novella that was written specifically for this anthology. It begins hours after the final scene in Changes and is told entirely from Murphy’s POV. She arrives at the Water Beetle, the boat where Harry is staying, only to find Harry missing and the boat splattered with blood and riddled with bullet holes. She spends the night trying to process what might have happened, but before she can get too far into her grief, Billy the werewolf (who Murphy thinks of as Will) shows up at her door. His wife Georgia has gone missing, and since he can’t find Harry, he’s come, asking for Murphy’s help. The two begin investigating, and the trail, at first, leads to Marcone, who provides them with information that leads them to the real perpetrators who’ve been kidnapping a number of magical types for an unknown nefarious purpose. And as is typical for this series, a tense, life-or-death battle ensues to save the day.

This is the first story in the series to be told from Karrin Murphy's POV. I’ve always loved her character, so I really enjoyed this peek into her perspective. She’s understandably upset after viewing the scene at the boat and fears the worst for Harry, although she isn’t ready to give up on him until she has a body. Instead, she bravely steps into the breach to help Harry’s werewolf friends, Billy and Georgia, after Georgia goes missing. Murphy has always been a strong character who impresses me, but in Changes she really showed her mettle, battling the Red Court by Harry’s side and that continues into this novella. She’s slightly unsure of herself as a mere mortal going up against magical types alone, but she proves that she can handle herself and is more than capable of holding down the fort, so to speak, in Harry’s absence. Since it appears that she’s no longer going to be a cop, I’m eager to find out where things will go from here for Murphy, but whatever she chooses to do, I know she’ll be great at it. At the end of this novella, the author teases the possibility of those who are left behind joining forces to battle the evil magic that has come to their door, as well as the rise of a formidable foe, so I’ll also be interested to see what happens next all the way around. In the meantime, though, “Aftermath” proved to be a great wrap-up to this Dresden anthology. Star Rating: ***** ( )
1 vote mom2lnb | Aug 15, 2021 |
This one's a collection of short stories featuring the wizard detective Harry Dresden. They fit into various moments of The Dresden Files' chronology, from a tale of Harry Dresden's training as a private investigator to a story set immediately after the events in the novel Changes. The stories are entertaining, skewing more towards the humor than the crises of the novels. (The last story, "Aftermath", being a notable exception.) It's a good tome for a Harry Dresden fan to have on the shelf for whenever they want a quick foray into Mr. Butcher's fantasy world.
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  Hamburgerclan | Jun 8, 2021 |
Side Jobs features several short stories in the world of The Dresden Files. Each story takes place before or after a novel in the series. If you haven’t read the series then I’d recommend starting the series and reading them in-between the novels they are showcased or wait until you finished reading up to and through Changes. Some of the short stories can stand on their own, but many fill in gabs or give us a better understand of the world, relationships, and characters.

The one that you should not read as a stand-alone is, Aftermath. It comes after the events of Changes and that novel as the title says Changes everything and will be a spoiler. A few others are spoiler like; The Warrior & Something Borrowed.

Below is my thoughts on each short story. All are amazing and this book is well worth reading if you are a Dresden fan.

Restoration of Faith
Takes place before Storm Front

This one showcases Harry. It’s the first time he and us meet of Murphy for the first time. A kid who’s not happy with her situation runs away. Harry tells her that you have to hold onto the good and not let the dark sneak in.

It was fun to see that first interaction/meet of Harry and Murphy. There is always a choose that determines who you will be. What your values are.

Rated: 4 Stars

Takes place between Death Masks and Blood Rites

Bob and Harry discussing Harry’s advertisement in the paper and how it needs more pizzazz.

This was a fun and humorous one. I laughed/chuckled.

Rated: 4 Stars

Something Borrowed
Takes place between Dead Beat and Proven Guilty

Murphy, Harry, Billy & Georgia are all featured. We get to see Bill and Georgia’s wedding, but things don’t go as planned. An evil stepmother, something else try to thwart the wedding, and true loves kiss.

Sweet, exciting, and will they be dead in the morning or make it through.

Rated: 4 Stars

It’s My Birthday, Too
Takes place between white Night and Small Favor

Harry, Molly, and Thomas are featured. It’s Thomas’s Birthday on Valentines Day. Harry has a present for him, but while dropping it off things take a turn into Disastrous.

A human who finds vampires and wants revenge on those that wronged her. Full of death and destruction. What’s the Dresden world.

Rated: 4 Stars

Takes place between White Night and Small Favor

Mac, Gard, Mouse, & Harry are featured. Dresden teams up with Gard to help save a girl who’s been kidnapped by a Grendelkin. In the process we learn what Guard is and her real name.

This was a nice surprise. I didn’t know what Guard is and now I do. Mouse I love him.

Rated: 4 Stars

Day Off
Takes place between Small Favor and Turn Coat

Harry’s got a day off and he’s planning to spend it with Anastasia. As you figure out things don't go as planned. It’s one issue after another to keep his day off not being a day off, but Harry can’t turn down helping his friends and he wouldn’t change the day.

In true Harry fashion he dons’t get time off and it's one fun, silly, and weird day.

Rated: 4 Stars

Takes places between Small Favor and Turn Coat

This one features Thomas, Harry’s half brother, and vampire. It’s his POV. We see Thomas’s struggles with his other side, balancing his world and being in Harry’s life, and a secret war besides the Wizard/Vampire war going on, another hidden one.

I enjoyed seeing the Vampire side and Thomas. I know what happens to him, so seeing this was bitter sweet.

Rated: 4 Stars

The Warrior
Takes place between Small Favor and Turn Coat and before “Last Call”

This one features Michael, Dresdens friend and former Knights of the Cross. It showcase Michael and his family after some events that changed his life. He’s in danger and so are the swards that Harry is holding on.

I don’t usually like when Real Religion is brought into the world/stories, but Jim Butcher has a way of making it work in his world. This was a powerful read.

Rated 4.5 Stars

Last Call
Takes place between Small Favor and Turn Coat

Harry shows up at Mac’s bar to find everyone passed out and a the place looking like a brawl happened. Harry and Murphy go on the hunt to find out who’s enchanting Mac’s beer and why. No one should have messed with Mac’s bar since it’s neutral ground.

A fun read with the usual running around and figuring out what’s up. Harry and Murphy have always been a great team.

Rated: 4 Stars

Love Hurts
Takes place between Turn Coat and Changes

Murphy and Harry team up again to solve what is happening to couples. Three couples have been murdered and the last one was messed up. Who’s meddling with peoples minds and making them fall in love. What they find is that love hurts

Its love gone wrong or is it right? Another supernatural trying to wipe out another supernatural power through a different type of method.

Rated: 4 Stars

Takes places the hours after the end of Changes

**WARNING: Do Not Read unless you have read Changes. You will be spoiled.

Murphy and Harry are going on a date, finally, but what she finds is blood all over the boat he’s staying at and no Harry around. If every the Alpha’s needed help Harry told them to go to Murphy. Here Will and Murphy team up to find Georgia, Will’s missing wife and along the way uncover something more. We see that Murphy is not inflatable, that she’s dealing with Harry’s vanishment and taking up his mental until he returns. We have a new guard.

All I can say is OMG. I felt for Murphy. I cried. I was on the edge of my set. So so good.

Rated: 4.5 Stars

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  angelsgp | May 14, 2021 |
These are delightful. Little snippets filling in between novels. If you are reading the series, don't skip this thinking the short stories are inconsequential. ( )
  KittyCunningham | Apr 26, 2021 |
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Here, together for the first time, are the shorter works of #1 New York Times bestselling author Jim Butcher -- a compendium of cases that Harry Dresden and his cadre of allies managed to close in record time. The tales range from the deadly serious to the absurdly hilarious. Also included is a new, never-before-published novella that takes place after the cliff-hanger ending of the new April 2010 hardcover, Changes.

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