This was an amazing installment of the Harry Dresden series, and as usual I hated for my reading to come to an end. Jim Butcher again pulls us into Chicago, and into Harry's world where we experience what he does and feel as he does. I liked that the members of the White Council were more rounded, and that that we were able to see more of Molly and of Mouse. I loved it when Mai and the rest of them completely trust the "testimony" of the Foo dog and all the scenes earlier of Mouse restraining the guests in Harry's home. I like how Butcher deals with Harry's romantic life, somethings just never change, but some do! I am not looking for him and Murphy to get together, she had her chance. I liked seeing how the White court worked with the wardens, and thought Lara intriguing despite her treatment of her cousin (so deserved!) Can't wait for the next book!