The guardian of Chicago is in the making but Harry Blackstone never wanted to be in that category, his pain in budget forced him to join the department and then he moved further. Earning name, fame and money the wizard is moving on in life and thing that he has in ample is a long list of enemies.
The enemies contain all the supernatural beings there are in the world and among them is one Harry thought never existed i.e the evil godmother. There were shape shifting monsters and vampires in Fool Moon and Storm Front that Harry dealt with and now all the evil there is in the world is against him.
The practicing of magic does not prove to be a bad act at all in the world but when it is done to save the lives of humans the thing becomes less appreciable in the wizard world. It is not a sudden attack by the forces of doom rather they have been planning and now as an implementation one ally and then the other is vanishing from Harry’s list. He is losing friends and with it the hope to survive is dashing to the ground, sooner or later the evil forces will come to him.
On the other hand Harry’s response is more rational; he is not just going out wild in revenge. The great wizard wants to reach the core of the cause so that he can root it out forever. Jim Butcher has kept the human face of the wizard alive as well though he has powers but he still fears the dark powers just like an ordinary human. Those scary feelings are provided separate attention by James Marsters during the narration in almost all the parts.
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