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Turn Coat by Jim Butcher
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Mar 06, 11

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Another fun outing with Harry Dresden. While I always enjoy reading these books, the last few have been more or less "in one ear, out the other"; in other words, not much of a lasting impression. "Turn Coat" had some interesting plot twists and character development, but didn't make me feel particularly invested in the outcome. The last few chapters finally picked up and had some intense moments, including a few surprising turns in Harry's closest relationships. Of course, any fan of the Dresden Files will want to read this book, but I wouldn't consider "Turn Coat" one of the best in the series. It may be needless to say, but this book is definitely not for the uninitiated -- if you've never read a Dresden book, you'd be totally lost. If you're a fan of good supernatural fiction with a pinch or two of snark, start at the beginning of the Dresden Files, and enjoy.

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