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Posted by on June 12, 2014

Harry Dresden, Chicago’s only professional wizard, takes on a case as a favor to his friend Thomas-a vampire of dubious integrity-only to become the prime suspect in a series of ghastly murders.

Another solid installment in the Dresden files, the more I get into these the more I enjoy them. I know there are some editing issues and I know some people have a fit over Harry’s use of Hells Bells or whatever but you know SOD IT. I read to have fun, I read to enjoy the book and as long as the editing isn’t so bad that it interferes with my enjoyment (yes have read those) I am okay with some issues, nothing is after all perfect. I love this universe.

Thomas is perhaps my favorite character next to Harry, he can have some issues but I like him. He tries to be good and he tries to do his best by the people around him. It is not his fault that he was born a Vampire of the white court. No more then it was Harry’s fault he was born a very powerful Wizard. A little spoiler reference there I won’t give it away. Overall this has quickly become my new favorite series and I am a bit obsessed with it. Sorry Miss Blake I know I have a lot of your books left to read but I am currently loving a Wizard named Harry…who does not have a counterpart called Voldemort.

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