Josephine’s #CBR5 Review #104 : White Night (The Dresden Files, #9) by Jim Butcher

Just when I think the Dresden files can’t get any better….they do!

This is the best one so far. In this one someone is finding female magic practitioners and killing them and making it look like suicide and trying to frame Dresden. That as always is the very bare bones of what happens: from gentle complex exchanges with Murphy to an epic battle against all odds.


This is so fast paced that it is hard to breathe let alone put down. I kept trying to go to bed and the peril just kept building that in the end I had to read it to 3am as I couldn’t stop till all were safe.

There is my favourite bit of Dresden so far with him having to act camp and a lovely bit at the end with his brother who is a fabulous character. I can’t recommend this book more highly. It may not change your life forever, though I am becoming more and more convinced that I may be a bit of a wizard, but it will give you an awesome distraction for however many hours it takes you to read.

And you really should you know. REALLY!

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