I'm not sure how to review this book without giving away too much. First of all, we find out that Harry has a daughter on page 1. And then things get interesting!
There are so many revelations, so many twists and turns, I was holding my breath most of the time. I plowed my way through every chapter, finding more information, previous story line sort-of coming together. I say sort-of because every revelation almost always led to many more questions. Which made the ending that much more surprising.
The thing about the Dresden Files is that as the serie goes, you are introduced to many incredible characters. They are not incredible because they are perfect. It's actullay the opposite. They are imperfect and there is rarely a situation, decision or event that is just Black & White. Heroes and villains come in all shapes and forms and they tend to have a mix of both wrapped into one. Harry is the main guy but you start caring about all the perephery players. A lot.
This is book 12 of the Desden Files and unlike many other serie, this one is still fresh and interesting. Makes me very mad I have to wait a year for the next book. Lucky number 13?