Danse Macabre

Danse Macabre

An Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter Novel

Book - 2007
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The newest volume in Hamilton's "New York Times" bestselling series finds Anita less interested in vampire politics than she is in an ancient, ordinary dread shared by women through the ages: she may be pregnant. Includes an excerpt from Hamilton's upcoming hardcover, "The Harlequin."
Publisher: New York : Jove Books, 2007, c2006
Edition: Jove mass-market ed
ISBN: 9780515142815
Branch Call Number: FIC Hami (paper)
Characteristics: 560 p. ; 18 cm


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Aug 05, 2014

I love Anita as a character, but even her character is tired of the ardeur... and so am I. The pregnancy story line was interesting to see play out, totally out of place in the world of Anita Blake!

May 20, 2014

i love the anita blake series. they get better and better

NGarcias Aug 04, 2012

This was such am improvement from the last 3 books in the series. Although, I am beginning to get bored with the constant new power plateaus and the need for new lovers. The whole Vampire hunter/investigator character is just completely faded.

Jul 27, 2006

I'm sorry to say Ms. Hamilton just doesn't have it anymore. What began as a great series has become an uninspiring and confusing mess. The characters spend the entire book discussing their supernatural powers, interrupted only by incredibly uninteresting sex scenes. Although I simply don't find Anita Blake interesting anymore, my completist personality will of course compel me to suffer through her next book anyway.


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