In the seriesEdit
He has raised a hurt young Dresden, teaching him how and why doing magic, and providing damage control on his psyche. He then keeps an eye on his grandchild and his great-grandchild, helping them as he can.
McCoy's quarters at EdinburghEdit
McCoy's receiving room was lined with overflowing bookshelves, hundreds of which were handmade and handwritten, including museum-worthy illuminated grimiores, but also writings by Stephen King,[Footnote 1] Robert Anson Heinlein,[Footnote 2] Tom Clancy,[Footnote 3] Stephen Hawking,[Footnote 4] Friedrich Nietzsche,[Footnote 5] Julius Caesar,[Footnote 6], D. H. Lawrence,[Footnote 7] and great religious texts of the world. The books were not in any order and some were upright, some were laying on their sides.
One neat row held leather bound journals, all the same general design, though with slightly differing materials. These were the journals of his mentor and those preceding him all the way back to the Original Merlin.
Word of JimEdit
- ↑ Stephen King - wikipedia
- ↑ Robert A. Heinlein - wikipedia
- ↑ Tom Clancy - wikipedia
- ↑ Stephen Hawking - wikipedia
- ↑ Friedrich Nietzsche - wikipedia
- ↑ Julius Caesar - wikipedia
- ↑ D. H. Lawrence - wikipedia
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