In all his years of supernatural sleuthing, Harry Dresden has never faced anything like this: the spirit world's gone postal. These ghosts are tormented, violent, and deadly. Someone-or something-is purposely stirring them up to wreak unearthly havoc. But why? If Harry doesn't figure it out soon,... show more
In all his years of supernatural sleuthing, Harry Dresden has never faced anything like this: the spirit world's gone postal. These ghosts are tormented, violent, and deadly. Someone-or something-is purposely stirring them up to wreak unearthly havoc. But why? If Harry doesn't figure it out soon, he could wind up a ghost himself.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: September 1st 2001
Pages no: 454
Edition language: English
Series: The Dresden Files (#3)
An alternative cover edition with a different page count exists here. Harry Dresden - Wizard Lost Items Found. Paranormal Investigations. Consulting. Advice. Reasonable Rates. No Love Potions, Endless Purses, or Other Entertainment. Harry Dresden has faced some pretty terrifying foes during his care...
Jim Butcher schrieb den ersten Band der „Dresden Files“ für einen Schreibkurs. Seine Dozentin Debbie Chester beeinflusste seine Karriere daher maßgeblich. Soweit ich es verstanden habe, verdanken wir ihr sogar Bob, Harrys sprechenden Schädel. Als Butcher seine Lehrerin fragte, ob er Harry einen Assi...
It has probably been close to a decade since I read the first two books in this series. It didn’t seem to matter, as I remembered enough to get right back into it. That’s the magic of these addictive brain candy books. Once you get to know Bob (you incorporeal sexist pig, you), you never forget him....
Reading this for Supernatural square for Halloween bingo. Dresden is in trouble fighting ghosts. It is not really his area of expertise. He has a partner Michael who is a pest also pushing his Christian religion to Dresden. I hope he got killed in the end as I really dislike this character. ...
Wow. There's just so much going on in this book -- so much that sets things in motion that are still shaping the series. Once a series goes on as long as this one, it's easy to mix up your internal timeline about what happens when -- this reread really exposed how much I've done for The Dresden File...