Death Masks  - Jim Butcher I thought this was the best Dresden Files book in the series so far. Once again, Harry's life is plagued with a thousand things happening all at once. Gotta admire Jim Butcher's ability to establish all the action within the first few chapters and throw the reader right into it.

I'm really starting to like Harry. He was okay before, but frankly I was getting a little sick of him blaming himself all the time for every single little unfortunate event that befalls his friends. I'm glad he's finally letting Murphy in, and realizing Susan can take care of herself. Less emo-Harry equals good.

Oh, and speaking of Susan...she is awesome. That is all.