A sensational addition to the Dresden Files adventures-from a USA Today bestselling author.
Professional wizard Harry Dresden is investigating a series of deaths in Chicago. Someone is killing practitioners of magic, those incapable of becoming full-fledged wizards. Shockingly, all the evidence points to Harry's half-brother, Thomas, as the murderer. Determined to clear his sibling's name, Harry uncovers a conspiracy within the White Council of Wizards that threatens not only him, but his nearest and dearest, too...
Oh wow another crazy book in this fantastic series. Each book gets crazier and crazier and I think it can’t get any better and nothing can shock me anymore with Harry and then he next book does. This was the same with this book. It was a total wild ride and again so much stuff has happened this book that I most likely will forget stuff for the review. I also don’t want to spoil anything for the few people that have not read the series, but that also gets harder and harder. So I will try to just keep it to the point and short.
While I’m absolutely in love with Harry, sometimes his self-sacrificing act can get a bit annoying I also think eventually it will bite him in the butt someday.
I really love the Molly part, not only can it be funny it is also very informative and a better look into the wizard and council world, that we would otherwise not get,
This book get back a lot with the white court of vampires and some surprising things happened. I’m not sure how feel but I guess I wait and see how things works out. It also gave me a glimmer of hope that we might see Susan again, who I still totally miss.
There are also some news on Thomas and what he has been up to, I’m also curios to know why Harry not tells the people about who Thomas is to him, to the people who are closest to him. I think it will come out soon enough though.
Elaine was back a lot in this book and at first I was not sure how to feel about that but I ended up really liking it and her. I also curious to see what that means for Harry and her.
Of course there is still Murphey and the “will they, wont they” thing that is happening, honestly I’m not for it and really enjoy them just as friends and no more, but time will tell.
Ramirez is a great deal in this book and I’m so for it. I love his character and what he brings to it and hope we get to see more of him and maybe even between him and someone.
Overall another epic book in the series that was full of action, humor and surprises, the only little negative for me was that there was sometimes just too much going on and too much information overload… but other than that I loved every minute if it.
I rate it 4.5★