Grave Peril - Jim Butcher A fun ride, as we're back into a multi-faceted mystery where more than one part of the story unfolds at once. I like how each of these novels is a standalone story, but also references the books that came before. Harry's world around him also changes -- he makes new friends and enemies, we see some characters die, and others' lives are altered forever. It makes me think anything can happen.

I also like this book because we're starting to discover more about Harry's personal life and of his magical nature. The last two books were about him following up on cases he was hired by the police or other people to do; this one was more about Harry following his own magical initiatives and attempts to find out more about the troubles in the Nevernever.