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Wizard Harry Dresden is on a roller coaster of action. He constantly teeters on the edge of the precipice and teased by despair but motors on like the ever-ready bunny. I love how his power works and the fixes he finds himself in. But the best all-you-can-eat banquet can lose its luster if you go back for repeated opportunities. I think Grave Peril can sometimes be too much of a good thing.
i liked the first two books. This one was a lot better.
This book has sold me on reading the whole series! The first book was ok, I wasn't crazy about it, but a friend of mine convinced me to keep reading. Book 2 Fool Moon, was better and piqued my interest. This one seals the deal though! The story got a lot more interesting! Plus it helps that it had a lot to do with vampires, as i'm a huge fan of them xD Def recommend the series! :)
Working my way thru the series. Recommend it. Entertaining easy reading without danger of any deep or unsettling thoughts! Exactly what one needs when one is anxious.
Out of reading materials and short on time, I grabbed this book on the run. I'm not a great fan of fantasy, but got totally wrapped up in this book and finished it in one day. Butcher is a terrific writer and now I'm going back to the beginning of the Dresden Files series. A terrific read.
Is this book even in circulation???
Continues to be just as much fun as the previous ones in the series. We're also introduced to Michael, Knight of the Cross for the first time in this novel.
Butcher's third book in the Dresden Files was just as spellbinding as the previous two, however, Grave Peril begins in the middle of the story and was a bit confusing to follow.
This series is as addictive as Black Court Vampire saliva.This particular book is no less satisfying than the previous too, although it starts a little into the story, and fills you in on what you've missed between this book and the last as you go alone. Well worth purchasing, to read again and again.
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