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David MitchellDavid Mitchell's newest mind-bending, time-skipping novel may be his most accomplished work yet. Written in six sections, one per decade, The Bone... Continue »
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Changes (Dresden Files #12) by Jim Butcher
Changes (Dresden Files #12)

Andromeda3, August 2, 2012

Everything changes for Harry Dresden and his friends. The 12th book in Jim Butcher's series about the only working wizard in the greater Chicago area, Changes starts with a shocking revelation and ends on a shocking note. The Red Court Vampires personalize their hatred of Harry Dresden by returning to their ancient roots in Mexico for a blood curse. Once again, it looks like The White Council of wizards will not or cannot help Harry. So he plunges into the most heart wrenching and ultimately most heart breaking mission of his life. Accompanying him are his fairy godmother, his half-brother, his teenage apprentice, his massive dog, a pack of werewolves, a lone police officer, and two members of a sect that has secretly battled the Red Court for generations, one of whom is Harry's ex-lover, Susan. Except for the fairy, every member of this group will lose something precious to him. Betrayal, hidden truths, family, friendship, life and death decisions, honor lost and honor found. This book has it all, plus huge, supernatural battles. And the humor still simmers throughout, sardonic, sarcastic, even sassy. A nonstop read from first to last.
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