I just finished reading a scene in The Dresden Files: Fool Moon and I am blown away. So far the series has been decent, nothing masterful, but pretty entertaining and on my list of favourite series. This just pushed it even further up. *spoiler* Around Chapter 17-20, Harry Dresden has to get to an imprisoned werewolf before he transforms under the full moon and use his magic to keep him restrained until he can become human again. Unfortunately, are hero is too late, and the werewolf attacks the entire police station. *end of spoiler* Right off the bat, I was on the edge of my seat. I was literally yelling at the book! "Why aren't you saying anything?!?!" I've never felt panic like that before just reading a book. It was so instense!! I can't even sleep now because of the adrenaline rush. I'm very impressed with the writing and can't wait to read the rest of the series. Hopefully it's as good as that! Have you ever read this scene? What as your take on it? Were you as blown away as I was? What about other books/scenes? Have you ever felt so instensely just reading?