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Кафенето на лунатиците (Анита Блейк, #4) (Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter #4)

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С Анита Блейк получавате двама експерти по свръхестественото в едно – съживител и убиец на вампири. Тя е една от добрите в свят, пълен с лоши създания. Свят, който оживява в бестселъровите романи на Лоръл К. Хамилтън. Сега Анита е влюбена във водача на местната глутница върколаци. Тя вече е преживяла повече от всеки друг, но този път любовта може да причини смъртта и` . „Т ...more
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Published 2006 by ИнфоДар (first published January 1st 1996)
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Manny
If I had to do this review in two words, it wouldn't be a challenge: Twilight Noir. Okay, it's historically inaccurate, since Stephenie Meyer stole the idea from Laurel K. Hamilton rather than vice versa, but apart from that it's close to the facts. We have the basic Twilight scenario: human woman is simultaneously in love with a vampire and a werewolf, but for bizarre reasons can't actually have sex with either of them. Instead of the infuriatingly wimpy Bella, though, we have tough-as-nails An ...more
Megan
A Date-off?!?! Seriously? Oh, what has become of you John Taylor...er, uh, Jean-Claude...
Hamilton tries to introduce a love triangle. Tries. It ends up being a dating competition, and reminds me of a poorly written sitcom. Not what I would expect from a couple of super powerful, super sexy men. Anita was an even bigger disappointment, relationship wise. We learn that she is such a badass who doesn’t date because of a bad relationship. ONE bad relationship. Big deal. Who hasn’t had their heart b
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Tilly Slaton
WARNING: This book is twisted and brilliant! Review contains certain details that are upsetting and some sexual reference is used. Thus .. the review will touch on a few details that are disgusting and unacceptable to sensitive and closed minds. If you are either of the above, please do not continue to read this review

I love this book! The Anita Blake series is AWESOME! Unfortunately, there are a few books in this series that just flat-out stink. The Lunatic Cafe is most definitely NOT one of t
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Jordan
One of my first book I read that starting me reading Vampire books. I remember being blown away by the female character in this book, I had never read anything like her before. Also the idea of having a female character that is truly in love with two completely different men, and she is allowed to have both of them! Yeah we need more books like this.
This is really a great series, at least the first 11 books are great. Way better than anything written by Stephanie Meyer. HA!
Bark's Book Nonsense
This book begins where the previous left off so your best bet is to read these in order so you can figure out how these tangled relationships develop into the mess that becomes Anita’s love life. Anita, Animator of the Dead, is seriously dating Richard the werewolf and is beginning to realize the perils of dating a “monster”. Jean Claude her other would-be beau is sticking his nose in their business because he’s a jealous little vampire-man and hasn’t been able to woo Anita with his vampire char ...more
Crystal Starr Light
Plot:

1) Client walks into Anita's office and asks her to do something. She refuses.

2) RELATIONSHIP DRAMA!

3) Dolph calls her to the scene of the crime.

4) Someone attacks Anita for no good reason.

5) The most disgusting crime scene EVAH!

6) MORE RELATIONSHIP DRAMA!

7) Oh, crap, there's a plot we're supposed to tie up. Okay, well, X does it.

8) Jean-Claude/Richard tries to get in Anita's pants. Anita makes stupid agreement.

9) BIG SHOWDOWN.

These books are getting formulaic. I guess if the formula were a
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Sena
Anita için bir review yazmak daha yeni aklıma geliyor!Ama şimdi buna nasıl bi review yazılırki!


Her yerde ismini duyuyordum bu kişinin.Ha,bu kim mi?


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Genellikle yataktan şu şekilde kalkan,penguen delisi,ilk 5 kitabı okumama rağmen hala çözemediğim insan evladıdır


Anita benim hem çok sevdiğim(tabii şu an için) hem de çok acıdığım bir karakter.
Kıza bir rahat yok.Hep bi koşuşturmaca içerisinde.Hatta kitabı okurken '' yeter be,bi nefes alsın kız '' dediğim yerler bile oldu.


Yine güzel bir kitaptı.Şu Edw
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Ranata
Dec 29, 2009 Ranata rated it 2 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: people who like werewolves and a woman with a trigger finger of death
Shelves: paranormal
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Sabrina
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Amanda
I keep reading these books and the further I get, the more I just struggle to continue. This series was highly recommended from some friends. I thought, what the heck and started reading. The story lines are OK, the love interest are alright, but the characters drive me batty. They make it really hard for me to connect and engage in the story.

Anita is this tough as nails chick who doesn't like help, ask for help, or respect you if you offer her help. She is hard core all the way. I get what the
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Kati
I freely admit that I have problems with Hamilton's writing. You see, she has a great gift for tense plotting and engaging writing. But instead of utilizing her talents, she turns her books into ridiculous will-they-won't-they soaps. Basically, this book was all about Anita facing off Jean-Claude on the one hand and mulling over Richard on the other. And the back and forth of that quickly became more than annoying. The plot itself - the search for the killer - took what? 60 pages? Everything els ...more
Tonya
I think this was my favorite so far. Or maybe they are just getting better because I read them in order. I would like to see Anita give in to Richard a little but she really never does and that is a major part of her character, keeping her focus. Edward makes an appearance in every book so I wonder if anything romantic will happen between the two. Anita is always complaining that the men in her life perusing her are all monsters so what gives.
Freckles
4,5/5 za to, že se Jean-Claude a Richard chovali jako párek pitomců...
Fangs for the Fantasy
Anita Blake has a new case brought to her through several angles – shapeshifters are going missing, disappearing without a trace. And when you’re a person who can change into a vicious predator with a grip that can rip a person in half, it’s difficult it disappear without a trace.

The police also have a man, a human, who has been savaged by a massive, wild animal with human intelligence. Unfortunately the shapeshifters and police aren’t sharing information, leaving Anita to work both sides as bes
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Myvampfiction
review by Ciara

*Warning: possible spoilers ahead.*

The Lunatic Café, the fourth book in Laurell K. Hamilton’s Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter series, opens with Anita Blake talking with a client. His wife has gone missing, and he needs Anita’s help to find her. Why not go to the police, like most people? Well, his wife is a werewolf, and he doesn’t believe the police will be any good. Who better to find a werewolf than a werewolf’s girlfriend?

As in the first three books, Anita has more than one crime
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Emma
This latest instalment of the Anita Blake vampire hunter series was an odd one... I think I liked it the least of all 4 that I have read so far.

I found the mystery part was a bit lacking, it became a filler in between the romance/love triangle issues. I feel it needed more than the last 20 pages to round up what was actually quite a good idea for a story. It also required no sleuthing, it was a bit of a cookie cutter ending where everything fell into place a bit too neatly just so that the book
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Noodle TheNaughtyNightOwl
Well, it's about time! I have battled with this series from the start, it was just so not what I had expected. I read the first two books out of curiosity and because the Anita Blake series had garnered such high praise, but was left dumbfounded. The third, I even stopped reading halfway through, it just was not doing it for me, but I hate not completing a mission, so I came back to it, after re-reading the entire Cassie Palmer series, and managed to fall a little further into the world created ...more
Claudia

Ez az első, amin nem fanyalogtam. Megfelelő arányban volt benne az akció és Anita magánélete. Jobban képbe jöttek a vérállatok, a bűnügy is hozzájuk kapcsolódott.
Pasik terén még mindig nincs kedvencem. Jean-Claude túl számító Richard meg nagyon puding. Anita meg nem mindig logikus velük kapcsolatban.
Talán még mindig Edward a kedvencem, akkor is, ha csak egy kolléga :)

Anita eljegyzi magát Richarddal, de később kételkedni kezd, mikor szembesül a pasiban levő farkassal. Jean-Claude egyenlő esélye
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Sercan Vatansever
Anitadan okuduğum 3. kitap ve bence en iyisiydi. BU kitap / seride tam 5 puan vermemi engelleyen birşeyler var ama bu şey aynı zaman da beni seriye bağlayan şey :D açıklayamıyorum.
Neyse şimdiye kadar okuduğum hiçbir kitapta Anita kadar gerçekçi, muhteşem, kusursuz, kusurlu, zeki bir karakter hatırlamıyorum.
Bu arada Anita bu kitapta tam 26 kez hassiktir dedi :D sayacağımı söylemiştim :D
Stacy
Sassy Vampire Hunter Anita Blake and Sexy Jean Claude, master vampire. Urban Fiction. She's no nonsense and tough. Great Mythology surrounding the characters. You believein this world. Boks 1-9 are really good. 1-5 No sex in them at all. Sex starts happening In the Killing Dance (book 6). Then starting in Book 10 she goes from steamy to a little kinky, then its all down hill from there.
Danielle
This series started out very strongly; I loved the first 4 or 5 books. Thereafter it spiraled down into a smutty free-for-all, but I'd still recommend the first 4 or so books to anyone who loves a thrilling story about a hard-assed woman who kicks butt.
Maria
Another great book in the Anita Blake series by Laurell K. Hamilton! I swear that I am mad with myself for not starting this series earlier! I love the dark and sensual world-building and the fact that there is a lot of crime and mystery in it. Laurell K. Hamilton has created very interesting characters and she really knows how to put them in extreme situations.

Anita is the most badass female character in an urban fantasy series and I have to say that she doesn’t stop to surprise me with her dec
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Ithlilian
I enjoyed this book a little more than the last one due to the interesting characters involved. The Jean Claude, Richard, and Anita triangle is interesting, and the weres are feisty and exciting. The actually mystery in this book is about a chewed up corpse found in the woods around some good ol boys. That's about all we hear about it until the last 20 pages of the book. Anita focuses some of her attention in this book to the 8 were disappearances, investigating a missing person for a client, an ...more
Jade
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Selin
130-140lardan sonra açılsada ve bazen o aşırı hızlı yaşam yorsada anitanın kendine göre bir kalitesi olduğunu düşünüyorum şu okuduktan sonra oturup paranıza ve zamanınıza acıdıklarınız gibi değil,yinede hamilton'ın tarzına alışmak bana baya zor geliyor her kitapta...şu sıralar çok popüler olan kitapların aksine anita çok sağlam ve gerçekçi bir karakter(bazen aşırı dayanıklı olsada...) bol bol aşk vıcık vıcık kelimeler yok çok sıkı bir olay örgüsü var ve dandirik bir olayı 600 sayfada anlatmıyor ...more
An Abundance of Books
Anita sees George Smitz, a man who is looking for his missing wife who is also a werewolf. Anita is furious with Bert for referring a missing persons case to her when she was unqualified for the job. She was able to convince Mr. Smitz to see her friend Ronnie who was a private investigator with missing persons experience. Shortly thereafter Anita has a theater date with her "sweetie" Richard. Afterwards, they run into Jean-Claude who reveals that Richard had something of a showdown with the curr ...more
Elondel
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Gaijinmama
I'm still enjoying this series and have heard enough about the directions it takes, to imagine that I will enjoy the later books
even more.
That said: the third book was where it started to get all dark and kinky. The fourth book is where Anita started doing things which make no sense and I wanted to whack her upside the head. There's still something I like about her, though. We'll see if she continues to be ridiculous. Also on the positive side, I am really starting to like the supporting charact
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Angie ~aka Reading Machine~
Anita Blake is a vampire hunter/executioner and an animator. She is currently dating Richard Zeeman, a local werewolf and high school science teacher, for the past two months. She enjoys being with him and can see herself with him in the long time unlike Jean~Claude, Master of the City. George Smitz wants Anita to find his wife Peggy, who is missing and a shapeshifter, yet Anita has no experience with a missing persons case and hands it off to Ronnie Sims instead. Anita is called by Sergeant Dol ...more
Talyn Falls
Again, I think Laurell desperately needs to take some writing/grammar classes because reading this book even I found a boatload of errors. It does kind of agitate me that she builds EVERYTHING up SO MUCH and then resolves the entire mystery/case in one to two fast paced chapters where the enemy fumbles around not wanting to put a bullet between her eyes, even though more than half the time she is literally ASKING them to do so. The plot is kind of like a box full of magnets posing as rocks, at f ...more
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