Dresden Files just gets better and better. This time, werewolves take the center stage. Exciting throughout to a very satisfying conclusion in which things resolved themselves nicely and the recurring characters promised to be more awesome in future books. Initially, I thought when they introduced not one, but four different kinds of werewolves, with all sorts of rules, debunked or otherwise, I thought the book was getting just a little too convoluted, but it all worked out okay and with no confusion in the end. Overall just a fantastic sequel to an already-fantastic book. Only minor complaint is the potion-making, a tad too simplistic and eyeroll-inducing for me, but I guess reading the Harry Potter series has influenced my expectations.