No spoilers: Harry find himself tangled in several conflicts at once yet again. Michael returns for a new appearance and even the Vampires play a significant role in this entry in the Dresden Files. No Fey involved, sorry for the fans of the Never Never. Expect some interesting developments.
James Marsters puts on an excellent performance in this one, again taking on many roles. Definitely recommend.
I love the adventures of Harry Dresden, and this book is full of more of his awesome adventures. I got the Audible Audio for this book so I can listen to it on my ride to and from work every day. Good fun.
Fast paced. It really moves the series in an interesting direction. It's a bit more predictable than some of the previous books in the series, but sometimes it feels good to be right!
Loves a good book on a long drive.
Jim butcher fulfills all expectations. The plot and character development progresses in new and fantastic ways. Harry pulls at your heart and the story pulls at your your mind and together they make a story that you just can't miss out on.
My first book will be released sometime in 2015. I hope for late spring, but it might be late fall. It will be about dragons and civics.
Although they can be sort of meh if read/listened to out of order, every book is amazing when taken in the proper order. Best book series ever!
You just have to fall in love with Harry Dresden. He is such a great character and James Marsters does a fabulous job bringing him and the other characters to life.
reader, teacher, writer=happy person
I wish Harry Dresden was real. This one had great snark, engaging magic, new character development with some old favorites, and the storyline with Susan and Harry is intense. I want more Harry books.
This series is growing old. I have listened to two other newer books in lieu of finishing this one. Have even gone back to an older book.
Throughout the series so far, I've been flexible on the main character's attitude towards women. And, the writing about women.
I draw the line at being flexible when there is a scene written that has sexual undertones with a young teenager character (Molly), daughter of his friend Michael character. The author apparently has no boundaries about exploring an adult male alone in a tree house with his friend's rebellious teenage daughter, who changes clothes in front of him, wearing a red satin bra, etc etc, talking about sex . . . Jim Butcher writes physical descriptions of the teen's body and clothing. The adult male's (main character Harry Dresden) observations and the rebellious teen's dialogue are written as if it is normal, thus possibly desensitizing some readers to the inappropriateness of such a scenario . . .
Yes, this is fiction. Yes, this is just for fun.
But, I'm done with this author.