By Jim Butcher
The 1st six novels that includes Harry Dresden—Chicago’s in simple terms specialist wizard—are an ideal advent to the # 1 ny occasions bestselling sequence that leisure Weekly describes as “Buffy the Vampire Slayer starring Philip Marlowe.”
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The 1st six novels that includes Harry Dresden—Chicago’s in basic terms expert wizard—are an ideal advent to the # 1 manhattan occasions bestselling sequence that leisure Weekly describes as “Buffy the Vampire Slayer starring Philip Marlowe. ”
One other day, one other apocalypse
James Stark, aka Sandman narrow, has controlled to get out of Hell, surrender his name because the new Lucifer, and settle again into existence in L. A. yet he additionally misplaced the Qomrama Om Ya, an omnipotent weapon from the banished older gods. Older gods who're returning and looking out for his or her misplaced power.
The hunt leads Stark to an deserted buying mall—a worldwide buying paradise infested with Lurkers and wretched bottom-feeding Sub Rosa households, squatters who've shaped tight tribes to protect their tiny patches of retail wilderness. someplace during this kill sector is a useless guy with the solutions Stark wishes. All Stark has to do is locate the lifeless guy, get well the artifact, and outwit and outrun the offended outdated gods—and natural-born killers—on his tail.
But now not even Sandman narrow is infallible, and any error will fee him dearly.
Harper Blaine is at the mend, yet evil by no means rests—in the most recent novel from the nationwide bestselling writer of Labyrinth and Seawitch.
Harper Blaine was once your standard small-time PI till she died—for mins. Now Harper is a Greywalker, treading the skinny line among the residing international of the Pacific Northwest and the magical realm. And she's learning that her new talents are touchdown her all kinds of "strange" cases.
After being shot within the again and dying—again—Harper has misplaced lots of her powers. Now, if the Greywalker dies yet another time, she won't be coming again. Harper's in simple terms respite from the chaos is her paintings. yet whereas undertaking an research within the Olympic Peninsula, she sees a ghostly motor vehicle coincidence and reveals a sufferer who insists he was once murdered, blaming the close by picturesque group of sundown Lakes—called "Blood Lake" by way of locals.
Harper quickly learns that underneath the icy waters of the lake hides a poor strength and a number of hellish beings—both of that are held lower than the thrall of a sinister cabal that may use the darkest of arts to accomplish their fiendish ends. ..
Rune Alexander desires to get via her days doing her task, that's keeping the people opposed to the myriad of supernatural creatures, referred to as Others, who exist uneasily in a human's world.
But she is volatile and broken. She realizes how damaged she is while she maintains to undergo the unspeakable issues her lover does to her, yearning desperately the unusual peace she reveals within the aftermath.
When she discovers issues aren't as they appear and a faceless human is torturing the supernatural teams in her urban, she and her staff needs to holiday the principles and start to guard the Others from the humans.
But because the darkness inside of her turns into more advantageous and she or he finally ends up at the incorrect facet of a conflict she must never lose, who will store Rune from herself?
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She knew a man was watching her—the way men on trains always watched her. The train car rocked gently from side to side, hushing its charges like a worried mother. She chewed on the ends of her dark blue hair. A stupid childhood habit, but Sei couldn’t let it go. She let the wet curl fall back against her bare shoulder blades. She stroked the glass with her fingertips, shifted her hips against the white of the carriage—she was always moved to do this on the long-distance trains which crisscrossed the islands like corset stays.
Who we marry? ” Lyudmila kissed him then, and in her mouth was the void, and in his throat was the void, and in the dark of dead Manhattan he lifted her up against the pantry door, and the jars of jam rattled within, raspberry against currant against plum. _______ When he returned home, his own lock relieved and welcoming, his sister was sitting in the kitchen with her hands clasped in her lap, staring at him with great dark eyes. He tried not to look at her. “I missed you, Olezhka,” said the dead mouth of the other Lyudmila, her red dress far too small now, the weeds of the Volkhov still throttling her neck.
The trouble was, New York was famous. Oleg had even seen it in Novgorod—a city so often photographed, filmed, recorded that there was truly no one who did not know its name, its outline, the shape of its body. So many books had been written about it, so many people had loved it and lived in it until their clothes smelled of its musk, so many had eaten its food and drunk its water and extolled its virtues like a gospel of the new world, that it had, with infinitesimal slowness, ceased to be, melted into vapor and dust.
The Dresden Files Collection 1–6 by Jim Butcher