Book Review – Cold Days by Jim Butcher

Cold Days (The Dresden Files, #14)Cold Days by Jim Butcher
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

ObDisclosure: I received a free review copy of Cold Days, but would have purchased it anyway.

Harry Dresden is back from the dead and powered up, adding Winter Knight to Mab the Queen of Air and Darkness, to his CV. But with great power, comes bigger bad guys, eager to challenge Harry before he gets familiar with his new powers, and that’s before Harry considers Mab herself.

Bound to obey Mab’s every command, Harry’s first task is the paradoxical assassination of an immortal, but Harry doesn’t think Mab will take immortality as an excuse. Add in the old adage about power corrupting, and Harry has to fight both external forces and his conscious to retain as much independence as he can, and work out how to escape his oath of fealty to Mab before the power corrupts him irrevocably.

The fourteenth novel in the series, Cold Days is a very solid Dresden novel which I enjoyed reading. Butcher continues his ability to provide the same Dresden we know and love, whilst keeping us interested in new scenery and new villains. Bring on the fifteenth novel!


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