The Lunatic Cafe
In Laurell K. Hamilton's New York Times bestselling novels, Vampire Hunter and zombie animator Anita Blake is an expert at sniffing out the bad from the good. But she's about to learn that nothing is ever as it seems-especially in matters of the not-so-human heart... Dating a werewolf with... show more
In Laurell K. Hamilton's New York Times bestselling novels, Vampire Hunter and zombie animator Anita Blake is an expert at sniffing out the bad from the good. But she's about to learn that nothing is ever as it seems-especially in matters of the not-so-human heart... Dating a werewolf with self-esteem issues is stressing Anita out. Especially when something-or someone-starts taking out the city's shapeshifters.
Publish date: March 1st 2005
Publisher: Berkley Hardcover
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
, Urban Fantasy
, Paranormal Romance
Series: Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter (#4)
Die „Anita Blake“ – Reihe umfasst aktuell 25 Hauptwerke, Tendenz steigend. Daher beschäftigte mich die Frage, ob die Autorin Laurell K. Hamilton ein Finale für ihren extrem umfangreichen Mehrteiler plant. Ich habe die Antwort in einem Interview von 2016 gefunden: Nein. Es ist tatsächlich so simpel. ...
Rispetto agli altri libri che ho letto finora dell'autrice, devo dire che questo mi è piaciuto un po' meno. C'era sicuramente meno azione, troppa libidine e..troppi licantropi!! Fortunatamente ci sono sempre delle pagine dedicate a Jean-Claude, così almeno ho potuto respirare anche in mezzo ad un l...
The Lunatic Cafe is about Anita being asked to help out the local shapeshifters. Someone seems to be murdering a whole lot of them, and they can't figure out who. The problem is Anita is also having some boyfriend problems too, and when the Master Vampire of the city who still wants her wades into t...
Believe it or not, once upon a time, the Anita Blake novels were something I looked at to learn pacing and how to build a plot. That would go to hell in Book 10, but we're still early here. This not only had a good supernatural mystery, but it was one where Anita was still recognizably human--in fac...