The Laughing Corpse
The early Anita Blake novels find new life in trade paperback-as perfect collectibles for long-time fans or as great ways for new readers to sink their teeth into the series. In The Laughing Corpse, a creature from beyond the grave is tearing a swath of murder through St. Louis. And Anita will... show more
The early Anita Blake novels find new life in trade paperback-as perfect collectibles for long-time fans or as great ways for new readers to sink their teeth into the series. In The Laughing Corpse, a creature from beyond the grave is tearing a swath of murder through St. Louis. And Anita will learn that there are some secrets better left buried-and some people better off dead...
Publish date: August 2nd 2005
Publisher: Berkley Trade
Pages no: 301
Edition language: English
, Urban Fantasy
, Adult Fiction
, Paranormal Romance
Series: Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter (#2)
Seit ich begonnen habe, die „Anita Blake“-Reihe von Laurell K. Hamilton noch einmal auf Englisch zu lesen, plagt mich die Frage, was beim deutschen Verlag schiefgelaufen ist. Der erste Band „Guilty Pleasures“ erschien 1993 in den USA. Bastei Lübbe begann erst 2003, die Reihe herauszugeben. Das heißt...
I tuoi occhi sono lo specchio più limpido che abbia mai visto, ma petite. Quando fingo su me stesso o m'illudo sulla vita, non devo fare altro che guardarti in viso per vedere la verità.
This book begins when Anita has to view one of the worse crime scenes she's ever been to. Now, she must figure out who the weird murdering Zombie is before it is too late. That's easier said then done. She also has the Master Vampire of the city after her, and the Voodoo queen after her as well. Lif...
This, more than any other in the series, is "the zombie novel." Anita Blake actually makes her living as an "animator," raising zombies for a last conversation where you can learn, oh, where they put the will, or at least get some closure. Vampires are only a side dish here, and much of this one is ...
The Laughing Corpse is one of my least favorite AB books and I really don't know why. It's interesting, doesn't have all the sex craziness, no relationship drama but still... It doesn't have Edward either.There is this one moment in the book that ruins it for me. Anita is, if nothing else, supposed ...
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