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Two schwing! Cross posted at http: View all 43 comments. Nov 13, Alex rated it really liked it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here.

It has spoilers, so don't bother reading if you haven't read the book. Honestly, I enjoyed the book because I am a huge fan of The Dresden Files, but that doesn't mean I am going to be biased and just rate everything 5 stars.

I don't know if it's due to the different type of series I have been reading lately or not, but seeing Harry as the underdog yet again didn't sit well with me. I felt like he had to rely on his friends too often to save his butt in this book. There's nothing wrong with that, but Harry was already a very powerful wizard. By adding even more power with the winter mantle, I thought he was going to be a force to be reckon with.

What happened was he ended up getting his butt kicked multiple times by individuals who should have been no match for him. The Little Folk? Ace the Changeling? Being as strong as he should have been, I didn't expect these people to be obstacles in his way.

Hell, the way he froze those fae at the beginning of the book only to shatter them into a million pieces was awesome. I had high hopes at that part. Another personal disappointment for me was the way he was reunited with everyone. The only reunion I really liked was with his brother, because it felt the most genuine to me. When he finally came to believe it was really him, it made me smile. We find out Molly already knew Harry was alive weeks ago, so their reunion felt really lackluster to me.

Again the same thing happens with Murphy. Another lackluster reunion. This was the one I was really interested in too. She was grieving hard in Ghost Story and couldn't believe that the ghost was actually Harry.

It wasn't until the end that she finally really accepted it was him, only to realize his ghost is now gone. In Cold Days, Harry is getting his butt kicked and Murphy pops out of no where to help him.

After he's safe, they are chatting like him being alive is no big deal. I was really expecting much more than this. There was no shock on her part at all that he was alive. There were probably a few other parts of the book that bugged me, which is why I didn't give it 5 stars, but those ones stuck out for me. I really did enjoy it overall, but maybe I was just expecting the things above to happen exactly as I imagined they would. Learning about why the Gatekeeper is called the Gatekeeper was interesting.

I completely forgot that there must be a reason for his name. There was more Toot in this book which I loved. His adoration for Lacuna after realizing Hook was a female was adorable.

I believe he even gets her a jolly rancher, only to be sucker punched in the face. We know he's not just some bartender now. I guess he will play a much larger role in a future book. Everything to do with Demonreach I loved reading about.

The spirit of the island, the Well that Harry is now Warden of, the monsters that are imprisoned there. I thought Jim Butcher did a great job with the imagery. Anyways there's probably more I could say, but I'm going to go read. The wait is dreadful. The last book 'Ghost Story' was one of my favs of the entire series. I can't wait to see Harry in his new role as the WK.

I especially can't wait for when Molly, Murphy and the rest of his friends realize he is alive. I teared up a lot during the last book not afraid to admit it,a lot of it was sad , so I am really, really looking forward to Harry reuniting with everyone even if his new role will probably make him feel like he has to stay away. In every book so far that I can remember , it starts months and months after the last one has finished.

Granted, Ghost Story did sort of start off immediately where Changes left off, but that was only from Harry's point of view, in reality 6 months had past. I think that would make for a really good read. I will be disappointed if the book starts off 6 months later and all Harry's friends already know he's alive and working with the Sidhe. I want to "be there" for when they actually find out that he's not dead, not read about how they found out months ago.

Crossing my fingers Jim Butcher doesn't disappoint! View all 53 comments. A great recovery over the disappointing Ghost Story. Lots of new revelations. View all 11 comments. Dec 03, Eric rated it it was ok Shelves: This was certainly a Dresden novel. It was entertaining, up to a point. I feel like Butcher has lost control of the Dresden Files.

This latest novel was overburdened with self-reference and pop-culture references. It creaks under the weight of established continuity.

It's been clear for a few books that Butcher is attempting a sort of sleight-of-hand stasis for Harry, and with this book it goes into the deep end. Harry is no longer the plucky underdog fighting the good fight. He's now one of the m This was certainly a Dresden novel.

He's now one of the movers and shakers of the magical world. Rather than deal with this and have it result in actual character growth, the magnitude of the opposition has continued to increase.

That way Harry gets to be more badass while still basically behaving the same way as he always has. There was a sweet spot of 2 or 3 books where it looked like there was going to be more to Dresden than that, but it passed. I kept with it afterward because, like a brainless popcorn movie, it was fun.

It's not much fun anymore. View all 6 comments. Sep 15, forestsprite rated it liked it Shelves: First off, since when did "training bra" become one of Molly's tags?

Because eww, gross, stop it. I get that this is supposed to convey how Harry still sees Molly as the child he first knew her as, but could we vary how he expresses this sentiment a little, please?

And maybe stop dragging Molly through the mud while we're at it. This novel was okay.

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I wouldn't say this series jumped the shark yet, but it's veering precipitously on the edge. Here is everything I found wrong with this book. Spoiler First off, since when did "training bra" become one of Molly's tags? Spoilers galore. And this review ended up being kind of long. I have a lot of feelings, okay? This novel got a lot more sleazy, with a lot of "women as objects" narrative throughout the book.

I get that Harry is well into his own personal downward spiral and parts of this books were trying to show that, but it just didn't work for me.

Twice we have women pretty well throwing themselves at Harry, and neither in a flattering way. Harry is alone with them, he starts thinking rape-y thoughts at them which is a whole 'nother thing I'll get to in a sec , and instead of being alarmed or afraid or assuming some kind of defense or calling him out on it, we have both Sarissa and Molly, in pretty much the same manner, being okay with it.

Sarissa doesn't necessarily want it, but she's passively accepted that it's her lot to get raped on occasion. Molly, on the other hand, basically tells him that hey, it's okay, it's not rape if I want you to. She actually says that he can think of it as a gift she's offering him. Without consent or logic, or any kind of concern for her safety or volition, let alone her pleasure. Many, many times throughout the book Harry has a thought process that goes something like: When he doesn't start raping and killing women, we're supposed to think what, exactly?

That Harry is such a good person? What control he has? And is this supposed to apply to all men - that the only reason they don't go around raping all the women is because it's not politically correct? You could go and blame all this on the mantle of Winter, except that Harry goes to greats pains to say it's not just the mantle of Winter: I'll grant that thinking about raping someone is not the same as raping them.

Thoughts are not actions, nor do they bear the same weight as actions. The treatment of Molly. Good god.

As if she needed another reason for Harry not to fuck her. And that's really all that comes down to. It's gotten to the point where I wonder if in the author's past there was a girl that he really wanted that he couldn't have and now he's punishing Molly for it.

And I know, usually the point in the review where the reviewer starts attacking the author's character is where I stop reading, but it's become so blatant for me that it really does take me out of the book. It does seem really overly explicit by this point that the only thing Molly has going for her is her ability to be humiliated for wanting so badly to be with Harry and his refusing her, over and over, while everyone else knows it.

Give the girl a break. Making her the Winter Lady to his Winter Knight knowing he's still going to refuse her is just another slap in the face. Issues I had with this book not relating specifically to its treatment of women: Coming back from the dead should be a pretty big deal, but when Harry shows up and there's hardly any fall-out - the only person that has any kind of reaction is Thomas, but that only lasts a few pages and then he's pretty much over it.

He's also the only one who explicitly figured out that it was suicide in the first place. Molly knows, obviously, as well as Kincaid since he was the one who shot him, but I'm not sure if everyone else has pieced that together and how that would affect their relationship with Dresden.

And what the hell is going on with Murphy, anyway? That was totally a cop-out har har , and none of it rang true with me at all.

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Her reaction on his being alive there wasn't really one , them again not dealing with anything, and having them not hook up after all that? How is this still happening with all his massive powers as we sit here at book 14? He should be taking ass and kicking names by this point, but he's still made out to be this underdog at the whims of beings greater than he when in fact he really is a power player by now.

And yet, he gets his ass kicked multiple times by people that he shouldn't be. Ace is a prime example.

He was a bit player way back in "Summer Knight", and I'll grant that if Harry can level up over the series so can his enemies, but Ace is ultimately the same guy he was back then whose rage has just been simmering a really long time.

That does not power make. Harry should have been able to take him out. Same goes for the Redcap, really. At Harry's party we got this first taste of Harry really flexing his new muscle when he obliterates an ogre and then a random Sidhe, and then we don't see that for the rest of the book.

This has always been a problem with the Dresden books, with Harry breaking up a scene for several pages to explain the metaphysics of how magic works or how love conquers all or blah blah blah. It slows down the place like whoa and is majorly boring. These areas need more red pen. The pacing of this book was awkward in general. I always thought it was kind of cute how all the swearing in the other books was alluded to rather than explicitly stated. It was part of how Harry operated, to a point, his world-view, and now he's dropping f-bombs and waving his middle finger all over the place.

I know he died and more or less sold his soul and has enough baggage to pack the Titanic, but I'm not sure that this change really makes sense to me. And I have no issue with swearing in general, but it doesn't fit the previous books or with Harry's character in general.

But then, neither do all the rape thoughts. Maybe that's the point, but if you want Harry to become this horrible person so that he can redeem himself later I can't help feeling it could have been done better.

Will still be reading the next one. View all 8 comments. Another great book in the Dresden series!

Harry Dresden and his gang of misfits just keep getting better with each book! All of the plot twists with Winter and Summer made this book fantastic. There are so many unanswered questions with the way this book ends and of course I'll be reading the next one in the series. Butcher does it again! Yeah, yeah. I didn't like book 13 Ghost Story , but I love this series and its characters. I'll give it a chance. I got some push-back that I just didn't like change.

I like change. That's been one of the great things about this series. It plays out over time. It's been 12 years since the first book and it's been 12 years since those events have happened to Harry. He and most all of the main supporting cast have changed and grown.

Not always for:: Not always for the best, but they have changed. I just felt that it was kind of a cheap trick and cheap way to shake up the series and boost its sales. I thought it insulted me as a fan and Butcher's characters. I don't mind big events happening, I don't even mind when a book mind-f ks me, as long as it serves a logical and greater purpose.

As long as it makes sense. I can still like the series and still enjoy the books after it. I just didn't like what the author did with that installment. I don't think it caused Mr. Butcher any sleepless nights.

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View all 13 comments. Oct 02, Rimsha Salam rated it it was amazing Shelves: Check out my blogs for more reviews and book stuff: During Reading: Composing my self. Don't mind me i am just rambling here..

Sample chapters of coldays 1 and 2 are out! Mar 20, Armenda rated it really liked it. This series is probably my most treasured set of books. I love these books, every single one of them, but my favorites were Dead Beat and Changes. I'm not going to hope that Jim Butcher hurries. I want him to take his time and write it how he wants.

But there are times I do wish I could skip ahead to when the book is released and start reading it already! View all 3 comments. I liked having Harry back on this side of the veil, but I was so-so about the rest of Cold Days , the latest entry in The Dresden Files.

Being mostly dead is hard on a guy.

Harry Dresden, wizard for hire, is now the Winter Knight after a series of misadventures and serious adventures in the past couple of books. And the position isn't very much fun. The winter fae are hardcore. They're mean, full of tricks and generally happy to kill without consideration for any consequences.

So you can see how poorly Harry is going to fit in. Queen Mab, his new boss, is smart and dangerous. She also has a lot of pans in the fire that the reader isn't necessarily aware of until later in the book. But, being that it's the freaking Queen of the Winter Fae, maybe I should have expected more backstabby things. It seems like much of his choice and free will was taken away when he took up the "mantle" of the Winter Knight. I'm not sure that my feeling is fair though.

How much choice did he have when he was under the thumb of the White Council? Or being manipulated by the Red Court, etc. See, that's the tragedy of the human condition. They don't want to misuse it, they don't want to abuse it, and they don't want to become vicious monsters. His new job and prior ghost experience have driven some major wedges between Harry and his friends. I didn't like that we saw less of the minor characters, some of whom I've grown quite fond of.

Bob the Skull is the one that comes to mind first, but there were others. I'm not entirely sure his relationship with Molly is ever going to be the same. The patchwork relationship fixes Harry makes with Karrin Murphy, Butters and Thomas are questionable.

Overall, I just felt sad. Sometimes, we out grow our friends or they out grow us. I wanted Harry to be best of pals with those folks forever. Butters tore off a final piece of medical tape, stuck the end of the bandage down with it, and sighed. Just try not to There's still magic, danger and adventure. But I feel like things have certainly changed since a few books ago, and Jim Butcher hasn't necessarily recaptured the magic he conjured when his characters were racing to prevent the death of a little girl at the hands of Red Court vampires.

Wizarding just isn't what it used to be. Not so many years ago, I'd think it was a busy week if someone asked me to locate a lost dog or a wedding ring. It had been horribly boring. I'd had lots and lots of free time. I hadn't been rich, but I'd gotten to download plenty of books to read, and I'd never gone hungry.

And no one had tried to kill me, or asked me to make a horrible choice. Not once. There are plans in the works for another book, Peace Talks but it isn't finished yet. Martin or Scott Lynch to expect that the next book will be finished any time in the near future. Butcher writes on his professional website that he's lost his dog, gotten a divorce, moved, been delayed in the construction of his new house and gotten engaged since the publication of the last book in the Dresden Files.

That's a lot of change. I wonder if it will come through in his writing Maybe I'm mourning the loss of Harry Dresden before the series even ends? The ending seems to be there or at least coming towards us, on the horizon. In addition to the approaching end, I feel like the quality of writing in the books isn't as good as it was, even a few books ago, when Butcher almost blew up the world he had created with the awfulness that went on between Harry and Molly.

Anyway, of course I will read the next book. Maybe over the holidays, which are swiftly approaching. In conclusion, I wish Cold Days was more whimsical like the first books in the series or action-packed like some of the last.

Because it seems to exist in this middling reality where Harry can't do anything right and seems to be losing friends faster than he's making them, all the while spinning his wheels on ice and being manipulated by others who are far more powerful and inventive than he will ever be. The Dresden Files by Jim Butcher is one of my all time favorite series. I have no clue why I put off reading Cold Days for so long because it was an absolutely fantastic return to Harry's Chicago and the Nevernever - I actually had to give myself a bit of a refresher.

Anyway, Harry and company have gone through some pretty major changes, but they're all in top form even if they've changed a bit along the way. As awesome as all the action, magic, sense of humor, and mystery are, the characters The Dresden Files by Jim Butcher is one of my all time favorite series.

As awesome as all the action, magic, sense of humor, and mystery are, the characters are totally what make this series and that's no different here - it's a pleasure to see how much everyone, especially Harry, has grown over the course of the series.

In this case, Harry's taken on the mantle of the Winter Knight and the stakes have never been higher. After that gut-punch of an ending, it's time to jump into Skin Game!

Here's to hoping Michael Carpenter will be back for the next round, and we'll get to see Maggie. Jul 22, HBalikov rated it liked it.

When it comes to urban fantasy, I am all-in with Harry Dresden. I like the venue and I like the characters and I am very impressed with how Butcher has built this shadow world beyond and between the familiar aspects of that city. Even for a devoted reader this is a confounding and nebulous novel. Something is missing at the core of this novel.

I was left feeling much as Harry expresses: More than enough? And now, I was going to be up against something else, something new and scary, something that came galumphing at me by legion, no less. What was the point? Have I been less perceptive, less critical than I should have been? Cold Days was both read and listen to in the same time period. Jul 31, Rob rated it it was amazing Shelves: Executive Summary: If you're on earlier book.. If you don't read the Dresden Files? Why are you reading this?

Go get Storm Front right now, so you can start catching up! Seriously, I'm just amazed at the way Mr. Butcher has evolved this series over the years, still going incredibly strong with the 14th book in the series. This has easily been my favorite series since I discovered it a few years ago. Audio Book: I'm Executive Summary: I'm so glad to have James Marsters back for this book. He puts so much emotion into his reading. When Harry casts a fire spell Mr. Marsters snarls Fuego rather than just reading it.

I also really enjoyed his voices for the new characters as well. Full Review I've eagerly been awaiting this book since finishing Ghost Story last summer. I found that book to be a little bit of a fall of from Changes , but I just credited that to just how great Changes. I really thought it was going to be hard for Mr. Butcher to top it, but somehow he did.

Butcher was going to work things out. Of the course of the 14 books thing have evolved in a way I never expected. This books answers many questions I had, including things I had hoped would have been in Ghost Story but weren't. I don't like to include spoilers in my reviews but there are a few minor things I'll hit on while leaving all the really HUGE developments unsaid. I really loved some of the new characters introduced in this novel in particular Kringle and Lacuna. I hope to see them return in the next novel.

And without giving any details, it was awesome to learn more about Demonreach. I'm torn on the idea of Mr. Butcher taking time away from Harry to write a new Steampunk series.

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On the one hand I'm not really excited by the idea of steampunk as others seem to be. On the other hand, I've been hoping for another series ever since he put out First Lord's Fury finishing up Codex Alera. Either way I hope Mr. Butcher doesn't make us wait too long for book 15, as each of the last few books has taken longer than the year between the year or less timeframe he spoiled us all with for awhile.

Jul 17, Emma rated it it was amazing Shelves: Normally when I read a story, they follow a sort of pattern: But it appears no-one told Jim Butcher!

This book was fantastic and the action was non stop. This series seems to be getting better and better! This story opens the world of Harry Dresden even wider and he, again as the under dog, back again with his friends around him, struggle to complete a seemingly impossi Normally when I read a story, they follow a sort of pattern: This story opens the world of Harry Dresden even wider and he, again as the under dog, back again with his friends around him, struggle to complete a seemingly impossible task.

Interestingly too, we see the further struggle for Harry between what it means to be good or evil when you have so much power. I'm so sad I only have Skin Games to go before I've caught up- then I'll be in the waiting game like everyone else! Recommended as a superlative urban fantasy. But start at the beginning! Oct 01, Wanda rated it really liked it Shelves: I read this book to fill the Supernatural square of my Halloween Bingo card. The difficult we do right away—the impossible takes a little longer.

But like all good urban fantasy heroes, Harry has a whole gang of good folks wi I read this book to fill the Supernatural square of my Halloween Bingo card. Cuddling up in a fuzzy blanket and reading the further adventures of Harry Dresden just seemed like the best thing to do! Apr 04, Kirsty rated it it was amazing Shelves: Hanging out for this one. I don't want JB to speed up his writing and reduce the wonder that is Harry, but really, I could read a new one every week I'd say every day but I need to work to pay for books Nov 19, Heather K dentist in my spare time rated it it was amazing Shelves: I honestly don't even have the words.

Whenever I lose my faith in books, whenever I think there are no original stories left to tell, all I have to do is look to The Dresden Files. These books are everything. I'm not exaggerating when I say that these audiobooks have changed my life. I dream of these characters. I hear their voices in my head. James Marsters has changed my life. Jim Butcher has changed me. There is no point discussing plot or pros and cons this far into the series.

Either you are in it or your not. The plot is way too complex to describe now. Let's just say a lot of people die, a lot of people get hurt, and all hell breaks loose. I always think that there is NO WAY that Harry can save the day, and Jim Butcher figures out a way to make it all come together in a manner that makes sense.

Jim Butcher is simply brilliant. I will continue to shell out the big bucks for this series because it is worth every stinking penny. View all 10 comments. Jun 27, Jet rated it it was ok Shelves: Dresden has jumped the shark. It's fallen into the trap that so many supernatural procedurals do - progressively and exponentially overpowered characters, steadily expanding retinue into a cast of thousands, and increasingly ludicrous enemies and plots in order for the overpowered character to have a "believable" adversary.

Which is not inherently bad, but it's a very different beast and it Dresden has jumped the shark. Which is not inherently bad, but it's a very different beast and it handles differently.

I felt like the jokes were very forced in this one, as well. And then there was what really pissed me off about this book. Rape rape rape!


I could totally rape you! Right now! I'd love to! But I won't because I am a Good Guy, and you should give me many cookies for that. Oh, and Mab, but he's already slept with her, so. It was extremely off putting, as was the fact that the first thing Harry says about every single female character is how hot she is.

Dude is seriously disturbing. I'm making someone else read the next one first so I know how much skeeve I have to brace for. I predict that things with Molly go from "iiiiick, creepy" to "oh no you didn't". Dec 01, Chris rated it liked it Shelves: Hells Bells count: I mean, this is book number fourteen of a series that's been going for twelve years.

Whether he's got a giant, intricate plot map pinned up along the walls of his writing office or he's making things up as they go along, I'm impressed. As we get further into the exciting life and times of Harry Dresden, one thing that is clear is that the series has always been moving in a very clear direction, and that the thin Hells Bells count: As we get further into the exciting life and times of Harry Dresden, one thing that is clear is that the series has always been moving in a very clear direction, and that the things that came before are what inform the things that come later.

Jim Butcher is not a wasteful author, and that gives him the ability to do a lot of really impressive things. As we open this story, Harry Dresden is no longer dead. He was, sort of, and had all kinds of grand fun as a ghost, but now he's alive and it's time for him to start paying off the debts that he incurred in the process of dying.

The first of these debts is to Mab, the great and terrible queen of the Winter Faerie. Many, many books ago, Mab offered Harry the position of the Winter Knight - a mortal who would be the strong arm of the queen. He would be her sword, to strike where she pointed. Harry refused until he could refuse no longer, taking on that mantle in exchange for the power that would allow him to rid the world of the Red Court of vampires. And as much fun as vampire genocide is, that's not really his job anymore.

Now that he's alive again and under no other obligations, Mab has a purpose for him. At its face, it is a terrible purpose, one that makes no sense and yet which Harry is obligated to fulfill. On the other hand, there is Demonreach. Mab's partner in keeping Harry Dresden's body This island isn't on any maps, and it's devilishly hard to find, but it represents a huge well of magical and spiritual power.

This island needs Harry Dresden in order to do its duty.

Demonreach is not just an obscure Brigadoon that enjoys hiding from the eyes of the unworthy - it is a guardian against powers that would ravage the world.

If it is going to maintain its control and keep the peace, it needs Harry Dresden. While all this is going on, we learn of a new force that is at play in the world. This is rather in keeping with the way the Dresden Files books have worked thus far. Every so often, our point of view is changed, and our field of vision is expanded.

Way back in Storm Front , Harry Dresden was a small-time wizard investigator, not well-loved in the wizarding community but good at what he did, and that was pretty much all we saw. As the series progressed, we discovered more about the White Council of Wizards, the three Courts of Vampires, about the ever-feuding faerie realms of Winter and Summer. We went on to discover angels and demons and things that walked between them, ghosts and goblins and creatures that were just barely understandable by our mortal minds.

Now we take another step back, out beyond the borders of our reality as we know it. Outside our universe, there are And those things want in.

Why they want in is not really understood. Maybe this universe is more hospitable, maybe they're just bored. All we know is that to let them in is to let reality as we know it die. That's bad enough, but what is worse is the knowledge that some of them are already here. They've snuck under the walls, so to speak, and are carefully and busily undermining our defenses.

In a game that is so intricate and dangerous, these things use great powers as pawns - including Harry Dresden - and look forward to their inevitable victory. As with so many of the other Dresden Files books, this is a solid read, and you'll fly right through it. Despite being vast in scope, encompassing the fate of the world as we know it, the book is still very personal, letting us follow Harry along the strange, winding path he has to walk whether he likes it or not.

Harry has always been a dangerous guy to know, but now that he's the Winter Knight, that danger is even greater. There are forces arrayed against him that he wouldn't be able to understand even if he knew what they were, and simply being the Winter Knight is a challenge unto itself.

Taking up that position doesn't just come with awesome new powers and a direct line to some of the most powerful creatures in creation — not without a price.

There are obligations as well. Rules and requirements. And, of course, dangers. With Murphy's assistance, he is able to evade the Hunt temporarily, and after shooting the Erlking , he takes command of the Hunt and leads it against the Outsiders.

With the reinforcement of the Hunt, Harry is able to disrupt the ritual and repel the Outsider attack. Harry and his friends head for the top of the island, where they find Lily and Maeve magically assaulting Demonreach.

Harry, having determined that Maeve has been corrupted by the Nemesis, attacks Maeve.

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She defeats him soundly but he is rescued by his friends. Harry, out of options, summons Mab, who appears and confronts Maeve.

Maeve refuses to yield to her mother and shoots and kills Lily, resulting in the mantle of the Summer Lady passing to Sarissa. Murphy then shoots Maeve, resulting in the mantle of the Winter Lady passing to Molly. Harry decides to remain on the island for the time being so that he can learn more about it and establish a new base of operations, and takes a branch from its oldest oak tree to use in making a new staff.

Mab threatens to mess with his mind, but as mentioned in the end of Ghost Story , he gets brief angelic advice and threatens to become a "mediocre knight" unless Mab backs down. Now the Summer Lady. Harry usually refers to the Outsider as Sharkface. Cat Sith : A cat-like creature. He is King of the malks.

Redcap : Servant of Maeve. The original Redcap legends base off of. Lacuna : A fairy of the little folk.Prof Yusuf Morales. In a game that is so intricate and dangerous, these things use great powers as pawns - including Harry Dresden - and look forward to their inevitable victory. Older adults can lose body heat fast—faster than when they were young. As if she needed another reason for Harry not to fuck her.

She was a cold, ephemeral weight, an incredibly feminine softness, and her silken hair glided over my cheeks and lips and neck. How absolutely psychologically screwed up Molly is? And the position isn't very much fun.