This book really shows how useless and a whimp Dresden really is. I was really fed up with his character, so much baggage but I really LOVED James Marsters. His reading of the book is what kept me going.
It is a great story line but I would like Dresden to be less whimpy and be a bit stronger than what he is. People have stated the 3rd book is where things get better, I'm hoping so because Marsters can only keep my interest for so long if the stories keep showing Dresden to be so useless and a whimp.
The is the best book of the 1st 3 in the series. Dresden, at last, showed what he can do and the power that he actually have. The 1st 2 books showed him in a really useless light but this book broke that mold and showed how powerful he actually is.
When Dresden used the last of his power to call up the ghost from the past, giving them power a avenge themselves.
The part where Dresden called upon
Butcher is a good story teller but I do think that he made Dresden to be a bit too useless and too full of baggage. My friend said that Dresden gets better in the later books
The human relation jokes and the interaction of Dallas with everyone is what makes the In Death series the greatest.
In this book, Dallas has to interact with people that she didn't really know, one of her biggest "fears". But things seemed to work out well. It was a nice difference to the usual stories and her interactions with her friends.
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