Circus of the Damned - Laurell K. Hamilton Reviews
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by - written on 04/04/11 (Very useful, 86 readings)
Here's another Anita Blake novel, and as I'm sure you are all aware, I am slowly going through every book of this series. This is the THIRD book in the series, and although I am encouraging you to buy this book, since the people who want to read this review would be a person who wants to know if they should carry on with reading this series. This book was published in 1995; therefore this book is the same age as my brother. I was born in 1993, so I was 2 years old when this was published. Of course, I have only read it recently and never knew that this series has been going on for that long, although I am aware of other book series that have been going on for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/05/10 (Very useful, 32 readings)
Circus of the Damned is the third book in the Anita Blake Vampire Hunter series by Laurell K Hamilton. These books aren't available cheaply that I can find at the moment, so if you want to buy a copy, your best bet is Amazon - who currently stock this for £4.78. This book continues the story of Anita Blake, an animator who raises zombies for a living. In the previous books, Anita had been marked by the 'master of the city', aka Jean-Claude, a vampire who is running things in town. Another couple of marks, and Anita will wind up bound to Jean-Claude as his human servant for life, which she'd rather die than become. The writer defines a human servant as a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/02/10 (Very useful, 43 readings)
After ploughing through with the first two books in this series, and realising that this book would need to be returned to the library very soon, I hoped that this book would be a slightly quicker read than the previous! The book I will now review is - "Circus of the damned by Laurell K Hamilton". Warning this review may well contain spoilers for the previous book! After narrowly managing to escape with her life, Anita Blake vampire executioner, necromancer and all out mini action girl (she is stated to be quite short, not a problem for her, but it doesn't really instil fear into her enemies!), has now accepted that she bears ... Read the complete review
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