The Lunatic Cafe - Laurell K. Hamilton Reviews
Description:ISBN 051513452X / Author: Laurell K. Hamilton / Genre: Horror / Don't fall in love with a werewolf, it interferes with your work. ... more
The Lunatic Cafe - Laurell K. Hamilton ... Especially when you're a preternatural expert like Anita Blake. The local werewolves have come to her for help after a number of them have gone missing - perhaps because she's dating the leader of the pack.
Newest Review: ... the last book, the vampires got a bit irritating towards the middle of the book. Relationships were unnecessarily ... more
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Customer The Lunatic Cafe - Laurell K. Hamilton Reviews (3)
by - written on 31/05/10 (Very useful, 19 readings)
The Lunatic Cafe by Laurell K Hamilton is the fourth book in the Anita Blake Vampire Hunter series. It retails at an extortionate £7.99, and Amazon have it available for just under £5 at present. To be honest, these aren't the best gothic fantasy books I've ever read, so I'm not quite sure why the price tag is so high everywhere! Still, as far as the books which I've read so far from this series go, this one is actually decent, and certainly better than the last one I read. In the last book, the vampires got a bit irritating towards the middle of the book. Relationships were unnecessarily complicated, and we had to sit and read about all kinds of vampire ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/12/01, updated on 02/12/01 (Very useful, 80 readings)
Anita Blake, animator and vampire executioner has a date, but first there's a client to deal with in her office at Animators Inc, a desperate husband looking for his wife. 'So your wife is a lycanthrope and would lose her business if it came out.' An animator by trade, Anita isn't keen to take the job so passes it onto her best friend Ronnie Sims who's a private investigator, but is anything Anita's involved in ever that simple? No, the missing woman isn't the only werewolf to disappear, but now to the interesting part, Anita's date is waiting. 'He saw me and smiled. The smile was very bright against his ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/08/01, updated on 17/08/01 (Useful, 75 readings)
The first thing I have to comment on is the fact that Laurell K. Hamilton is one of the best vampire book writer ever. She makes the book come alive before your very eyes. In case you haven't read the other books in this series I'll give you some background information. First, in the USA, vapires are legal. That means they cannot be killed without a warrant and you have to be licensed to kill them. Second,Anita Blake, the main character, is a licensed vampire executioner, a prenatural expert, and a zombie raiser. And for the twist,a very powerful master vampire named Jean Claude is in love with Anita. Anita is in love with a schoolteacher named Richard, who ... Read the complete review
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