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Cover Unveiled for Ghost Story (Dresden Files 13) by Jim Butcher

WARNING: For those fans who haven't read Changes yet don't look too closely at this cover.



After the amazing and life changing events of Changes we have to wait a little while until the next volume Ghost Story is released in March 29, 2011.  Again the art by Chris McGrath Dresden illustration regular is veering away from the alleyways of Chicago as was done with Changes for something a bit different. At first glance I thought it was a bit too close to White Night, but the position and detailing make it work.

To tide us over for our Dresden fix we'll have the short story Dresden Files collection Side Jobs to look forward to this October 26th, which has a post Changes short called "Aftermath" from Murphy's point of view. Also for those hardcore fans and RPGers out there we have the Dresden Files RPG debuting any day now.  I just got my preview PDFs and they look quite amazing. I can't wait until the final printed book shows up.


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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

As written on Jim Butcher's website, the Ghost STory is supposed to be about Harry saving friends who are in danger BUT WITHOUT USING ANY MAGIC!! I'm a hardcore Dresden fan but I am NOT LIKING HOW THIS IS TURNING OUT! Harry without magic is NOT HARRY :(

Anonymous said...

I can see the lead-in logic to Ghost Story, but still, harsh for Harry. I have to disagree with the previous poster; Harry would be the same even without his magic, because it's his never give in personality that drives the stories.
Side note: It would be cool if Harry managed to see Bob's true form, if he happens to have one apart from glowing energy.