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As well as being a bestselling author, Jim Butcher is a martial arts enthusiast with fifteen years of experience in various styles. He's also a skilled rider and enjoys fencing, singing, bad SF movies and live-action gaming. Jim lives in Missouri with his wife, son and a houseful of computers.
Fast-paced and compelling - Publishers WeeklyA can't-miss entry in one of the best urban-fantasy series currently being published - Booklist (starred review)If you're only going to read one Dresden Files novel, this is the one to read, as it's got all the aspects that make the series great - TheBookbag.co.ukChanges is yet another excellent instalment in what is arguably the finest urban fantasy series being written at the moment - Bookgeeks.co.uk
This excellent 12th entry in Butcher's (www.jim-butcher.com) No. 1 New York Times best-selling "Dresden Files" series-following Turn Coat (2009), also available from Recorded Books/Penguin Audio-shows the author's continuing ability to keep readers and listeners up way past midnight. Here, Dresden goes up against the Red Court of Vampires to save a child whom he has never met: his own. Actor/series narrator James Marsters (www.jamesmarsterslive.com) delivers his usual pitch-perfect performance, personifying Dresden and mastering all sorts of creatures with the enthusiasm his listeners have come to expect. Catch up on the latest from Chicago's only consulting wizard; highly recommended.-Theresa Connors, Arkansas Tech Univ. Lib., Russellville Copyright 2010 Reed Business Information.