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Grave Peril by Jim Butcher
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Feb 13, 11

bookshelves: 2011
Read from February 05 to 12, 2011

Oh, thank God, something worth reading. Book three in the Dresden Files, and Harry's life gets ever more stamped on. This time he's faced with a ghost with a grudge, threatening the few people in his life that he cares for, the vengeance of a vampire queen, and the predations of his fairy godmother. Come the end, certain aspects of his life have changed (seemingly) irreversibly, and it's a more damaged man who closes the book than starts it off. To be fair, this isn't quite as gripping as the previous two books (too much time in the land of faerie, rather than the grittier backdrop of Chicago), but after the abomination that was 'Retreat', the last thing I read, I give this a million points.

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