Weiße Nächte (Die dunklen Fälle des Harry Dresden, #9)
Publish date: 2012
Publisher: Feder & Schwert
Pages no: 528
Edition language: Deutsch
Series: The Dresden Files (#9)
I think this actually benefited from sitting on the shelf for like 8 months because of a lack of road trips long enough to bother starting it. Like, having to juggle paying attention with trying to remember how the hell we ended up in this cave party in the middle of a fight was actually engaging.
Opening nearly a year after the previous book, Harry and fledgling apprentice Molly Carpenter are investigating a rash of suspicious murders at the request of and along with Karen Murphy. Someone or something is killing off practitioners of magic, some with barely any perceptible power. Unfortunatel...
Note: I feel that Death Masks, Book 5, is where reading this series out of order starts to do you an injustice. This book does work as a stand alone to some extent, but you will get major spoilers for the previous books in the series and it also pulls in characters we have met before. So I recommend...
This volume was high on magic, but low on detective work which wasn't the best trade-off; however the action and characters helped to re-balance the scales. Murphy was particularly awesome in this installment as was Harry's brother, Thomas. Molly got on my nerves a bit with her complete disregard fo...
Continues story of Dresden's struggle to prevent an all out war between vampire clans and humans. Dresden is a fully-developed character by now that garners interest no matter what situation he is in. I sense this series is heading for a jaw-dropping turn soon.
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