We get to have a little more insight into the mind of Mab, Queen of Air and Darkness.
Harry is awake, and healing from his coma. Now, he gets to go on his first ever mission as the Winter Knight. He is being sent to kill Maeve, the Winter Lady. No pressure, right.
This book was hard to start–it may have been too much Dresden, too little time. Mab’s personality was elaborated greatly. Her portrayal in earlier books was explained. She bases her decisions mostly on logic. She’s a cold creature, but it’s explained in a way to make her understandable.
The best parts of the book can be summed up in two words: “Thomas” and “Toot-toot.”