Written By Annette Holland on Monday | 2:28 PM
Vampires, ghosts, and righteous men, oh my!
I'm late to the Dresden Files party, but better late than never right? This edition, read by James Marsters, moves along at a good pace.If I had been reading instead of listening, this definitely would have been a page-turner -- do not bother me until I am done -- type book.
In this installment Harry has his hands full on multiple counts, juggling friends, lovers, enemies, and his fairy godmother. It keeps him going from sun-down to sun-up. He gets so tired he misses vital clues, repeatedly. But once he figures it out, he doesn't leave vengeance to the Lord.
Harry survives, but the ending of this book is real tearjerker.
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About author: Annette Holland
Jill-of-all-trades, mistress of a few. My main gift is translating tech into English. Android enthusiast. Browncoat extraordinaire.
I have been blogging for over a decade, mainly as a hobby and creative outlet, just a little space to share my thoughts. It's also my guinea pig when I try out new technologies, new code tricks, and new designs. Come for the content, stay for the content. I'll try not to bore you.