Ghost Story (#13)


The eagerly awaited new novel in the #1 New York Times bestselling Dresden Files series.

When we last left the mighty wizard detective Harry Dresden, he wasn’t doing well. In fact, he had been murdered by an unknown assassin.

But being dead doesn’t stop him when his friends are in danger. Except now he has no body, and no magic to help him. And there are also several dark spirits roaming the Chicago shadows who owe Harry some payback of their own.

To save his friends — and his own soul — Harry will have to pull off the ultimate trick without any magic…

To be released in hardcover from Roc publishing, July 26, 2011.

 Posted by on 2010/12/26 at 9:01 pm

  15 Responses to “Ghost Story (#13)”

  1. […] fans either despairing or howling for more and speculating as to what would happen in book #13, Ghost Story, which is set for a April, 2011 […]

  2. […] looking forward to as I re-listen to the entire series in preparation for the release of Book #13, Ghost Story (which sadly just got bumped back three months to a July release) is to see how Marsters changes […]

  3. […] Ghost Story – Jim Butcher’s latest Dresden Files novel was pushed back from April to July. His explanation was that he wanted to give his fans the story they deserve, not the one we would’ve gotten had the book been forced to be released at its originally scheduled date. I’m okay with that. I would rather the book live up to the rest of the series rather than a so-so book that might not leave me psyched for the next one. It should come to no surprise that I’ve already pre-ordered my copy. […]

  4. […] in light of the events at the end of book #12, Changes and what they mean for Karrin in book #13, Ghost Story, due to be released in July of this year. As much as I’m anticipating this next book in the […]

  5. […] I’m re-listening to it in its entirety in preparation for the July release of book #13, Ghost Story. I mention this tidbit once more to point out that my knowledge of the events of book #12, Changes […]

  6. […] enough to like them. So I crush the character quite happily. Today is Harry Dresden Day. Soon the latest book in the series will hit the shelves (in July) and I will get another dose of this fantastic series. If you […]

  7. […] favorite authors to come out with the next books in their series.  Just looking at Jim Butcher’s Ghost Story, which won’t be coming out until July, and Charlaine Harris’ Dead Reckoning, which will be […]

  8. […] Although I’m not as far along in the series as this book, and plan to read the Dresden Files books in order of their publication, I can hardly wait for this one. Of course, if I get on a reading roll, I’ll easily beat the July 26, 2011 publication date listed on Jim Butcher’s website. […]

  9. […] third time through the series to date. I’m doing this re-listen in preparation for book #13, Ghost Story, which is scheduled for a July 2011 release and about which I get more and more excited with every […]

  10. […] nonce so I’ll get on with listening to the series in preparation for the release of book #13, Ghost Story in a couple of months. Can’t wait! Next on the list, book #8, Proven Guilty. Mr. Marsters, […]

  11. […] including books by two of my favourite authors. Jim Butcher will be releasing the long awaited Ghost Stories (Book #13 of the Dresden Files) on 26th July and I can’t wait! Jim is currently previewing […]

  12. […] were a reader of Jim Butcher’s The Dresden Files, I’d be chomping at the bit to get my hands on Ghost Story this month. If I’d read the Jim C Hines books I got for Christmas, I’d be super excited about […]

  13. […] Ghost Story, book 13 in the Dresden Files series by Jim Butcher – we mistakenly identified the upcoming Dresden book as “Changes” in the podcast; that’s actually the last one that came out. Whoops! […]

  14. […] have THREE more Dresden Files books to listen to and then review before book #13 in the series, Ghost Story is released. In 12 days.I will NOT be waiting to pick it up because I have unfinished reviews on my […]

  15. […] and a half off from work for my birthday. During this time, I will be reading Jim Butcher’s Ghost Story (Which you should too.) and Sophie Littlefield’s Rebirth (Which you should also read, along […]