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Fourteen-year-old Ozzy lives near Portland, Oregon, and is desperate for help. His scientist parents have been kidnapped after discovering a formula that enables mind control. Their work was so top secret that Ozzy is afraid to go to the police, but without help, he fears he'll never find his parents. Then he stumbles across a classified ad in the local newspaper that says "Wizard for Hire. Call SPEL.
Harry Dresden works as the world's only "consulting wizard", accepting supernatural cases from both human and nonhuman clients, as well as the Chicago PD 's Special Investigation unit. As the series progresses, Dresden takes on an increasingly important role in the supernatural world at large, as he works to protect the general public, making getting by as a working wizard and private investigator difficult for him.
He finds himself facing off against an increasing variety of creatures including other wizards , while facing the realization that his various cases may all be tied together behind the scenes and that his role might be even greater than he is willing to admit. Publishing history[ edit ] Jim Butcher decided to become a professional author at the age of He wrote three novels within the fantasy genre, one of which he has classified as paranormal.
He went on to describe all three books as being "terrible". Hamilton , rather than the more traditional high fantasy that had been his focus in the past, as Butcher had previously stated that he enjoyed the Anita Blake series.
His writing teacher declared it to be publishable, and Butcher started hunting around to do just that.
During this period, he completed the second novel, Fool Moon , and had made significant progress on the third, Grave Peril. Deciding to focus on agents and editors who had already published similar novels, Butcher targeted Ricia Mainhardt, the agent representing Laurell Hamilton, and submitted a copy of his manuscript.
Subsequent novels in the series have been published annually since then, with the most recent novel, Skin Game, published in May Omnibus editions have been released by the Science Fiction Book Club , with each of the four volumes reprinting two or three of the novels in the sequence. The series' first six novels were originally only published as paperbacks, but in , ROC changed its strategy and began to publish hardcover reprints of books one to six.
Volume six, Blood Rites, was released in July The four of them carry on along the yellow brick road, past forests, rivers and fields until they come to a city of glittering emeralds.
Once there a gatekeeper gives them each a pair of green glasses and leads them to the wizard's palace. They meet the wizard who says that he will help each of them providing that they help him first. The only problem is that the witch lives in a castle guarded by wolves and crows. So the tin man fights off the wolves, the scarecrow scares away the crows and the lion simply looks on.
The witch sees what is going on and is furious so she summons her flying monkeys and the four friends are made prisoners in her castle.
She then notices Dorothy's silver shoes and decides that she wants them so when Dorothy fetches a pail of water the witch pushes her down ready to steal the shoes. Dorothy is so annoyed that she throws the water all over the witch … and you cannot imagine what happens! Anyway the foursome are free to move on and the wizard gives out his rewards, the scarecrow is given a handful of pins, the tin man is given a heart-shaped cushion and the lion is given a bottle marked 'Courage'.
Last of all Dorothy is given a hot-air balloon and the wizard says, 'We'll fly home!
Glinda gives Dorothy an important clue as to how to get home … and it works a treat. Dorothy and Toto whirl through the air and are soon back on their farm with Aunt Em waiting to greet them. But oh! I'm so glad to be home,' she says.