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Old 09-26-2012, 03:18 PM   #1089
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Cool The Dresden Files

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My re-visit to Grave Peril was a really fun. Lots of new characters who inhabit the Dresdenverse get introduced for the first time. Like Thomas, Michael, even Morty...
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...and Bianca receives her just rewards!!! Also yuk , Jennifer get AFU'd!

So now I'm going to take a short break in my re-read of The Dresden Files and since the 4th James Potter book, James Potter and the Morrigan Web will be released soon, am now currently re-reading the 2nd James Potter book James Potter and the Curse of the Gatekeeper, both by G. Norman Lippert.
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The James Potter and the Curse of the Gatekeeper re-read went a little slowly as I spent some time playing with my new Kindle Fire. In my copy of Gatekeeper I've added a chapter (12a) that is a short story by Lippert called Petra's Getaway. I recommend that anyone reading Gatekeeper should read this short story between chapters 12 and 13. Anyway, it was quite enjoyable and I continue to look forward to the new one's release, James Potter and the Morrigan Web which is promised soon (this Autumn).

So, continuing my Dresden File re-read break I've just begun the G. Norman Lippert novella, The Girl on the Dock which I think of as James Potter 2.5.
Well, I finished The Girl on the Dock and it was, again, a really good read and a very good bridge between the second and third James Potter books.

Next I'm going to go back to my re-read of The Dresden Files. I'll read another three, beginning with book four, Summer Knight. :bookworm
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