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Death Masks by Jim Butcher
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May 06, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: 2012, fantasy, humorous, multi-dimensional, mystery-and-thrillers, mythology, ebook_nook, religion-y, reviewed, romance-y, vampires, owned
Read from May 12 to 14, 2012

Best Dresden Yet. The people who told me that the series just keeps getting better and better were not lying. I loved this one.

So many different storylines converged here, and it was SO EXCITING! I seriously didn't want to put this one down.

That is all.

Wait, no... The only thing I think would have improved this book would be to scrap the recap of past books and the way the world in the series is. This is book 5... Pretty sure I get it that Harry's a wizard by now.

Otherwise, I seriously really and truly loved this and cannot wait to see where the series goes from here.

NOW that is all.
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19.0% ""Tall and broad-shouldered, his close-cut hair dark and feathered with silver, Michael Carpenter snapped the blade of his broad sword, Amoracchius, to one side, clearing droplets of blood from it."

Is it wrong that I find this line incredibly sexy? O_o" 1 comment
83.0% "O_O The badassity on this one goes to eleven."
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message 1: by Ben (new) - rated it 4 stars

Ben Babcock Wow, this book came out 9 years ago. It’s hard to believe I’ve bought 5 Dresden Files in hardcover as they were published. It seems like just yesterday I was in Grade 11, ordering all the as-yet-published books online, waiting for the box to arrive so I could tear through them after the satisfying read of Storm Front ….

But I digress. Glad to hear you’re enjoying the evolution of the series so far. Death Masks introduces a lot of subplots and characters who become important in subsequent books. I love the Archive.

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