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Proven Guilty by Jim Butcher
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Apr 29, 2012

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bookshelves: audiobook
Read from January 04 to April 29, 2012

The books in this series are always good, but I end up comparing them to each other. This wasn't as brilliant as the one before it and not as fun as the one before that. I had heard a hint that let me figure out what was going on before I got there, which is rare for me and the Dresden Files.

One of the more interesting aspects of this installment was the convention. Although I'm not a horror fan, I do like SFF conventions, so I was amused that the first half of the book was set at the convention.

I also like the set up for the rest of the series that is present here. Although, it did seem like the ending kind of dragged (but this might have been because it was an audiobook and reading might have felt different).

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Jim Butcher
“I got the sneaking suspicion that the vampire was a couple of Peeps short of an Easter basket.”
Jim Butcher, Proven Guilty
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