Strap yourself in for another fast and wild ride with our favorite Chicago wizard-in-residence: Dresden. This time he's got a headache that won't quit (Mab calls it a parasite and Murphy is ROFL) on top of working with the crew Nicademus puts together. We get to see most of his usual crew in action - some a bit unexpected. Mystery, double-cross, fire-ice-blood, unexpected allies, and plots within plots within plots, all lead up to a wild brawl and a most surprising development involving the Swords.
So clear out your afternoon and evening (hmmm, and morning for that matter). You won't want to stop once you start :-)
Out of loyalty I read these Jim Butcher books.
This story was a good read.
Ever since the author shot and killed his main character, I have struggled to care, or be interested in what happens next.
This book is a lot better than the last one, which I ended up only reading the first few chapters and the ending.
I read A LOT, but Jim Butcher has become the only author whom I read the the beginning and the ending before I decide if the story is worth investing my time to read. I did that with Skin Game and it turned out OK.