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Review: "Changes" By Jim Butcher

Changes (The Dresden Files, #12)Changes by Jim Butcher
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Wow - every time I think that Harry Dresden has done it all, I discover that I am oh, so wrong.

This book opens with Harry learning that he and Susan have a daughter, and his daughter was kidnapped by Arianna of the Red Court vampires. The level of intensity hits the reader from the beginning, and never wavers. Dresden will literally do anything to save his daughter, but you wonder how far he will need to go. The battle scenes leap off the pages, as Harry's anger and worry slither into the reader's mind. I found myself torn between wanting to help Harry, and being scared of the man.

If you previously read and like the Dresden books, you will find it hard to put this one down.

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