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The Lunatic Café

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Publisher: Headline Publishing Group

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Language:English | Number of Pages: 416 | Format: Paperback | In other languages: (other languages) Japanese

Isbn-10: 0755355326 | Isbn-13: 9780755355327 | Publish date: 

Also available as: eBook , Others

Category: Fiction & Literature , Science Fiction & Fantasy

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Book Description
A mesmerising Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter, novel 'You don't volunteer for slugfests with vampires. It shortens your life expectancy.' And you don't fall in love with a werewolf. It interferes with your work. Especially when you're a preternatural expert, like me. My name is Anita Blake. My business brings me up close and personal with all shapes and sizes of monsters. And not all of them want to kill me. Take, for instance, the local pack of lycanthrops - they're werewolves to you. A number of them are missing, and they've come to me for help. Maybe because I'm dating the leader of the pack. I've survived a lot - from jealous vampires to killer zombies - but this love thing may kill me yet.
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    My last Anita Blake book / Se acabó la novela negra

    Definitely: this is my last Anita Blake novel. I loved the first ones, that mixture of noir novel and supernatural creatures was fully enjoyable. But... here Anita leaves her "tough detective" style in favour of the "romance with monsters" so fashionable these days. Not for me, thanks


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    Definitely: this is my last Anita Blake novel. I loved the first ones, that mixture of noir novel and supernatural creatures was fully enjoyable. But... here Anita leaves her "tough detective" style in favour of the "romance with monsters" so fashionable these days. Not for me, thanks

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    Las novelas de Anita Blake, aún siendo simple literatura de evasión, empiezan como una mezcla atractiva para diferentes lectores: por un lado el tono de novela negra, acción, la protagonista "dura" y sus divertidos comentarios sarcásticos; por otro la parte sobrenatural, con sus buenas dosis de sensualidad y posible romance.

    Pues bien, en este libro ya podéis olvidaros de la novela negra: la intriga aparece al principio del libro y prácticamente no vuelve a aparecer hasta el capítulo final. El resto es Anita metiéndose en situaciones grotescas una detrás de otra, y, sobretodo, sus cuitas sentimentales. Y el aviso de que el concepto que tiene la autora del sexo (que al parecer llega a ser lo único de las novelas a partir de la 10ª) es francamente perverso.

    Sin duda el resto de la serie será un disfrute para los aficionados a las novelas románticas con seres sobrenaturales; yo me bajo aquí.

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