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The Lunatic Cafe by Laurell K. Hamilton
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Jan 30, 2010

really liked it

I believe this itself from this tape the readers in two camps split. Richard fans and the Jean-Claude fans. I belong unambiguously to the Jean-Claude fans, this vampire is simply witty and at the same time one seems to feel his immense power. He has an as mad and dangerous life like Anita. However, Richard tries to go for all disputes from the way and works at Anitas side which hesitates less and less with the homicide of being, something is absent on the place.

The story in itself has succeeded a little bit bewilderingly this spot, however, again very full of suspense and well. One receives more insight into the world of the werewolves. Unfortunately, this tape is also quite crude, there flows a lot of blood, a lot of torture and crass scenes. So nothing for weak nerves, but this were Anita Blake series anyhow never.

Edward, the killer and friend of Anita plays in this tape also a role what I have well liked personally.

All in all, a little bit too bloody, but, nevertheless, again well successful.

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