Some zombies are raised. Others must be put down. Just ask Anita Blake.
Before now, she would have considered them merely off-putting, never dangerous. Before now, she had never heard of any of them causing human beings to perish in agony. But that’s all changed.
Micah's estranged father lies dying, rotting away inside from some strange ailment that has his doctors whispering about "zombie disease".
Anita makes her living off of zombies - but these aren’t the kind she knows so well. These creatures hunt in daylight, and are as fast and strong as vampires. If they bite you, you become just like them. And round and round it goes....
Where will it stop?
Even Anita Blake doesn’t know.
©2013 Laurell K. Hamilton (P)2013 Penguin Audio
This is the kick a$$ Anita Blake back in rare form. The story was action packed and kept you
on edge thru to end.
Anita was not caught up in a orgy. She was Anita we all came to love. The story was well developed and written. Anita was the action character she was created to be. The story line supported it's self did not have to be filled with mindless sex with multiple partners to attempt entertainment.
YES. She was in rare form. Nailed all character's voices perfectly. I could envision each character.
Yes. I was captivated. I could not turn off story.
When I first saw book in store I knew I had to check it out. I'm hooked on Anita Blake, but was afraid to purchase. I had become discussed with Anita's sexual escapades. I get the succubus thing, but the books were becoming too graphic and Anita newest lover Jade was a turn off. I felt the book was now becoming politically correct. Anita into child exploitation and now heteroflexible?. I seriously did not think it was cool Anita picked up a 16 yr. old tiger. With all the children being sexually abused I think Laurel Hamilton did a disservice to the fight against exploitation of children with that story line. Say what you will, but when authors make something so taboo ok and acceptable it gives the impression all is good as long as the child wants to be involved.
It is difficult to say why I enjoy this series. In polite society I might deny being a big fan but I am. The action, sex and men of every flavor? Maybe that's it?
I really liked this one. With all series that have 20+ books, there are books that I have liked more and some that I have liked less. This one is high up on my list. The story is an interesting one, it really keeps your interest. Kimberly Alexis does a nice job. She has her hands full with all of the different accents and you can tell each character apart. I am really happy with this one.
Great plot and love the charactors.
Anita Blake because she come so far in the series.
All her performances are great! I wish the whole series were from her.
Je t'aime ma petite
Hot suspenseful fun.
Micah and and the Wicked Truth. My favorite guys because they remind me of my loves.
This book made me laugh and cry.
The best of the series.
Yes. Great story with lots of plot twists.
When Aries met his fate...
She does a good job changing the characters. You are able to feel the Lust, Anger, and Fear, that the characters feel.
The willingness to say I do...
I love that Anita is back to her Zombie raising awesomeness... And Ted was a great surprise...
This was surprisingly good. I have read (listened) to all the Anita Blake books. This book goes back in nature to some of the earlier books. It has less of the tedious hour long sex scenes then most of the later books. Kimberly Alexis is quite good as normal.
Deborah E. Alexander
Both are good! I prefer the audiobooks!
Anita of course and Edward!
It made me happy, and so thankful Laurel K. Hamilton is continuing the series! YEAH!
Love this series!
That we got to know Micah better although it still seems to me Micah and Nathaniel have more love going on than Anita and Micah.
Any of her previous way back novels when she didn't always know who it was causing the problem and exactly what to do about it.
Any scene with Wicked and Truth sorry they are just like the Vampire pair to dream about lol.
Not really an extreme reaction but I am kind of thinking she needs to calm down on the BDSM play because she doesn't really make it sound like she knows what she is talking about in that area, or perhaps she has not figured out how to explain the feelings very well of pain turning into pleasure but it just strikes me as very book learned.
Well with her being sick all the time I kind of thought they were going to try and have her become pregnant. Hey I know she could go on Maury for who's your baby daddy lol. Seriously though I am a true fan and will be waiting for the next book, really hate these shadow characters and hope we don't have whole stories written around Jade and Dev there are to many people in this series and I really don't care about adding two more to memory.
the Narrator got a lot of the voices mixed up as to who she was supposed to be a lot and I could hear a bit of background noise. Could tell when she took a break and came back. It just wasn't very smooth this time.
19 hours in Anita's head with nothing more enlightening or provocative than the redundancy of her responses - "I thought about that," "I shrugged," "I shook my head," "I said the only thing I could," "I nodded," ad nauseum.
Throw in hours of gender stereotyping, misogyny, misandry, narcissism, and BDSM with the ever present guns, violence, and gore for fillers, and, wow, it's another LKH bestseller.
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