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Laurell Kaye Hamilton (born February 19, 1963) is an American fantasy and romance writer, and notably the author of the Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter series. More than 6 million copies of Anita Blake novels have been printed

Laurell Kaye Hamilton (born February 19, 1963) is an American fantasy and romance writer, and notably the author of the Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter series. More than 6 million copies of Anita Blake novels have been printed. Hamilton is also known for her Merry Gentry series, an urban fantasy in which the world of fairy interacts with the "real world". Laurell Kaye Hamilton was born in Heber Springs, Arkansas but grew up in Sims, Indiana with her grandmother Laura Gentry.

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Anita Blake is trying to get her life back to normal after a break-up with her werewolf lover. She has settled into a pattern of domesticity, which means that the new man in her life, the leopard shapeshifter Micah, has no problem sharing her with Jean-Claude, Master Vampire of the City.

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Anita Blake: Vampire Hunter is a series of urban fantasy novels, short stories, and comic books by Laurell K. The books have sold more than six million copies; many have made The New York Times Best Seller list. The series is narrated in the first person by Anita Blake, who works in St. Louis, Missouri, as a professional zombie raiser, vampire executioner and supernatural consultant for the police.

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I've read all the preceding books in the series and this one was the worst of the lot. Unfortunately, the series has drifted away from its mystery/action core and settled into more of a pornographic series. The emphasis is less on the character, less on what seems to have been the overall plot, and more on the sex and the heroines inner struggles over her many relationships. All to say, boring and tiresome. And from the reviews of the following titles in this series, the porno focus continues to grow while all other plot lines diminish. So, I'm finished with this series.
Why? you may well ask do I keep torturing myself with the Anita Blake series? Good question. I guess hope springs eternal, plus I'm bored because I don't usually waste my time on Mary Sue.

I read a FANTASTIC review by mm titled "Marmee Noir could Save Anita and the series given a chance." It was a stunning idea. Let Marmee Noir sever Anita's metaphysical ties with EVERYONE. Let her start over. See who she chooses and who she stays with when there are no ardeur induced emotional ties. Let her get back to animating and police work which is what drew everyone to this series in the first place. I know LKH deludes herself into thinking that her original fan base is a bunch of prudes who don't like literotica. Couldn't be more wrong. I love good literotica - which this is not. But that's not what drew me to Anita Blake in the beginning. It was the stories and the cast of characters. Now there is no story and the original cast is thrown off in favor of a thousand body pileup. Not pretty. It reads like Laurell K. Hamilton's fantasy of what she wishes her own life was like. The constant self justification that Anita bores us with sounds like someone's therapy sessions on crack.

I just finished Bullet and . . . . I know LKH keeps denying that she models her characters after anyone, but even a blind man can see that in book after book she singles Nathaniel out to make him her special honeybun. Apparently she love loves him more than even Jean Claude, he makes her happier than any other, she would just up and die if she lost him. Now there is nothing wrong with writing a fantasy book modeled after someone in your real life BUT doing it in an existing successful book series and overwriting the original premise of the books was a ruinous idea.

It makes me sad that LKH has gone so far overboard in the wrong direction with this series.


This entire book was a fiasco. She gets Noel killed because as usual she wasn't paying attention. She has the gall to ask Jean Claude and Richard how to keep everyone safe because she thought she and Haven had worked through their issues and she thought it was safe. HELLO!!! I didn't write the book and I knew Haven was still killing people pissed. So VERY tired of that constant refrain from Anita "I didn't know!!!"" Boohoohoo. Then after that we had the old tired repeat of Anita not eating and draining everyone. Sick to death of that. I personally was rooting for Haven to kill Nathaniel off. Bummer. Then she uses the neat little wereanimal draining stunt she learned in Obsidian Butterfly to drain Jamil and Shang Da to save Richard. Again I say HELLLOOOO!!! The Circus of the Damned was full to overflowing with all kinds of wereanimals and vampires she could have tapped for the power to help Richard. Clearly LKH is completely out of ideas so she is forced to keep reusing old material or variations thereof.

The buildup to Marmee was so SCARY and it totally fizzled. After all that buildup and all of them so scared of her, yada yada yada, LKH wound up the entire problem of Marmee in just 26 pages at the very end by --- you guessed it --- more bad sex and tough guy act by Anita. What an incredible let down. That seems to be standard for all the Anita Blake books since Obsidian Butterfly. Just have 20 pages at the beginning to kind of introduce a possible story, then have 300-600 pages of bad sex and constant and I do mean CONSTANT repetitious descriptions of how gorgeous each of her men are EVERY time she sees them. You know we can remember what they look like after you tell us. When Anita went to meet the gold tigers that Micah chose, she walked into the room and I was, you know, ready to meet some tigers. But first I had to listen to Anita describe Micah AGAIN ad nauseum.

Lastly, you don't have to be a crude, foul mouthed ball buster to be a tough woman. You can even retain feminine characteristics and still be tough.

Don't expect this series to take a sudden turn back to the good stories it started as. LKH is firmly entrenched in some kind of fantasy life and I'm not even sure she has a good story in her. I think she lost something while she was writing Obsidian Butterfly, which was the last good one as far as I'm concerned. Somewhere around that time she lost her best critic, she lost whoever used to edit out some of the garbage beautiful man descriptions that are just filler, she lost whoever used to say "but what about the story?" With that someone or someones gone, I don't know if she is capable of recreating the success of the original 9 books.
I almost always enjoy Anita Blake books, and this was was no exception. I've read this one several times over the years and still am engaged in the story as an observer, feeling a lot of Anita's angst about the changes and decisions she's forced to make, and watching her mature as a necromancer and a woman. The European Contingent arrives earlier than plans and chaos and havoc ensue. A shapeshifting foreigner is serially killing people.A
And Richard continues to be so self-interest that he nearly is responsible for other's deaths. Other than a bit too much detail in the intimate scenes, the book is a great addition to Anita's life story.
In the beginning I just loved Anita and her stories. The last 6-7 books have been utterly disappointing. Bullet, is in my opinion, the worst of them all. The character arc Hamilton has made my beloved Anita go through is terrible. There was one sex scene in this book that literally took up 25% of the entire book!!!! And then right after there were about 10 pages describing what everyone was wearing after they showered. The latest books in this series are a hypersexed romance novel with some scant police work thrown in as an afterthought. It doesn't matter how gorgeous everyone involved is, I feel really bad for Anita having to be screwing so many people constantly. And the fact that Anita is "deeply in love" with so many people at one time is ridiculous, given her initial personality. Jean Claude, Richard, Asher, Micah, and Nathaniel. Good lord, I understand maybe loving two at one time, but no one can be "in love" with that many all at once.

Hamilton should retire this series,,,or start writing them like she did in the beginning. I miss Anita describing Edward flamethrowing some rogue vamp to death, or raising an entire cemetery of zombies. I understand giving Anita ONE person finally to love, but to have her constantly sleeping in a naked pile of people because it's a metaphysical "need" is abhorrent to me. If early Anita met her own author, I bet she'd kick Hamilton's rear end.

I've read Hamilton being annoyed with people's recent critiques on her work. Don't care, lady. Stop doing this to my Anita.
Mommy Dearest is back in Bullet. In this one Anita and all her men are up against the council who have been taken over by mommy dearest and she is trying to kill Anita bc she has not been able to take her over by her self. We also learn that the golden tigers are still out there and they are coming to St. Louis to be with Anita. This is good a good book and part of a good series.
So this book was great for the basic storyline and to connect the before and after books, but 70% of it could be erased and we'd be left with the same substance plus some sex fluff. I skipped this and about 7 other books because although I love a good sex scene (and these weren't that good... basic smut), I still like substance to my "no thinking required" books. I have finally gone back to pick up these missing links and have resigned myself to just get past the cheap sex. If you read Laurell for smut, this should work for you. If you follow the story, yuppie can pick up a few gems in here. She's talented, but I think she was distracted and under pressure to meet deadlines.
Cerulean Sins (Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter, Book 11) download epub
Genre Fiction
Author: Laurell K. Hamilton
ISBN: 1593355769
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Genre Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Brilliance Audio; Library edition