Wow this was actually even better than Guilty Pleasures. It was a much easier read somehow, maybe because you were kind of familiar with Anita and her life. I found in Guilty Pleasures you were kind of thrown in at the deep end a bit without any lead up to the story. Im not overly keen on those kind of books.
However I made an exception for Guilty Pleasures as the rest of the book made up for the beginning. The Laughing Corpse is so good its scary! I love Anita so much, she may be my new idol. Very interesting storyline this time with the killer zombie on the loose and I'm beginning to also love the lesser characters like Dolph and Bert. And Anita... just get with Jean-Claude already!...Continua
Well... so far, so good: there are enough action and all required paraphernalia to make a gothic novel entertaining. I like this Anita character for being bald, brave and strong in the tough male world which sorrounds her, saving and keeping her feminine under cover. Sexual attraction lies underground and does not spoil the fun with pages and pages of vampire stallions in heat. I cross my fingers and hope the Author keeps managing things in the next book....Continua
one of my favourite books of the anita blake vampire hunter novels...
(Yes, I'm a bit stuck on vampire books lately. LOL) I like this series almost as much as the Sookie Stackhouse series. This one is darker, with more detailed descriptions which is both a good, and a bad thing.
The heroine is quite interesting. I love how she's tiny but tough....Continua