Reviewed by John M. (age 12)
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I liked it because it was interesting and had action. My favorite part was when the ghoul horde fought the vampire court. There are no illustrations except the cover, which was done mostly in shades of black and grey, and I thought they were very well done because they conveyed the nebulous and ambiguous world the protagonist lived in. I liked the authors writing style, which went into a lot of detail and had lots of violence, mostly magic and flames. This book is part of a series, The Dresden Files, and is very similar to the others because the writing style is very much the same. Throughout the series the author repeatedly states how important it is for good people to fight evil. The book is unique because it is a mix of action and fantasy, which is not normally done. This book reminds me of the war in Iraq.
I would recommend this because it has lots of action. I think fans of the fantasy genre would enjoy it. I think the plot is the main point of interest because of current world events.