Danse Macabre

Danse Macabre

Laurell K. Hamilton / Apr 23, 2019

Danse Macabre There is an alternate cover edition for this ASIN here These days Anita Blake is less interested in vampire politics than in an ancient ordinary dread she shares with women down the ages she may be

  • Title: Danse Macabre
  • Author: Laurell K. Hamilton
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  • Page: 411
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  • There is an alternate cover edition for this ASIN here.These days, Anita Blake is less interested in vampire politics than in an ancient, ordinary dread she shares with women down the ages she may be pregnant And, if she is, whether the father is a vampire, werewolf, or something else entirely, it s clear that being a Federal Marshal known for raising the dead and beingThere is an alternate cover edition for this ASIN here.These days, Anita Blake is less interested in vampire politics than in an ancient, ordinary dread she shares with women down the ages she may be pregnant And, if she is, whether the father is a vampire, werewolf, or something else entirely, it s clear that being a Federal Marshal known for raising the dead and being a vampire executioner is no way to bring up a baby.

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      • Laurell K. Hamilton

        Laurell K Hamilton is one of the leading writers of paranormal fiction A 1 New York Times bestselling author, Hamilton writes the popular Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter novels and the Meredith Gentry series She is also the creator of a bestselling comic book series based on her Anita Blake novels and published by Marvel Comics Hamilton is a full time writer and lives in the suburbs of St Louis with her family.


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    1. If you have ever considered reading the Anita Blake series up to this point, let me save you a bit of time, trouble, and heartache by giving you a plot synopsis of this book. Don't worry, I won't spoil anything nor will I get into so much detail that it will be ruinedOT:No, really, this book HAS no plot. The blurb burbles about a vampire ballet, hints at a pregnancy for Anita, and dances around the topic of the ardeur, but nothing happens in this book. (Cover blurb author needs a RAISE.)OK, no, [...]


    2. I hate to say this, but I think I am done with this author.I remember when she first started the series and there were monsters and plots all over the place.The last book was 800 pages of sex, most of it repetitive acts of fellatio from the main female characters point of view. with 69 pages of plot. 899 pages of imaging you are going down on someone, only the men change.This book was 482 pages of fellatio with no plot, and the people being fellated were talking about their goddamn insecurities [...]


    3. You know when you are reading a book series and then there is a really bad book in there, but you keep reading because you think it might get better again? Well, that doesn't happen here. It is obvious that there is no hope for this series to become what it started as.Anita is now a succubus which means she needs to have constant sex in order to survive. Plot device to bring this series into the porn realm? Yes. Overly obvious indulgent bullshit that is clearly the author's fantasy of wanting to [...]


    4. Anita Blake; Vampire Hunter and animator. A love triangle doesn’t even begin to explain the most interesting relationships that currently complicate her life.Cursed with the ardeur, Blake suffers through an existence as a succubus. Sex to survive, more sex and even more sex. Although, the sex has made the stories interesting, enough is enough. I mean, c’mon stop throwing her naked under random characters and slow things down a bit. Anita has her sweeties, stop tossing spontaneous sex scenes [...]


    5. Really enjoy Laurel K. Hamilton and the Anita Blake series. That being said, I really enjoyed the first few books in the series because they were all about kick ass chick and a sorta interesting kinda mystery/thriller conundrum with some hot steamy scenes in the middle. This past book and the few before it seem to be all hot and steamy and very little advancement of the story. I still like Hamilton, but I enjoyed her older stuff much more.


    6. No amount of ridiculously reasoned hardcore porn is worth this. — If you want to read someone’s repetitive, repetitive, repetitive Mary Sue fantasy about legions of perfect, beautiful, smart, powerful, perfect men either fighting over or adoring, but all fucking, one insecure, shallow, selfish dumbass character, this book is for you. If you don’t demand a storyline to prop up the epic and imminently selfishly immature and needy fantasies of not one but ten Twilight twihards distilled and p [...]


    7. This book is a good explanation as to why this book series hasn't been picked up for television or the big screen. Could you imagine sitting through 1 to 2 hours of a movie or show & watching a room packed full of characters dramatically staring at each other, clutching each other, spontaneous fainting, collapsing, gasping and shuddering in a very mellow dramatic way with very little duologue. All with nothing actually going on? Yeah, neither can I. And when there is dialog, the characters b [...]


    8. I have been a long time fan of Laurell K. Hamilton's Anita Blake Vampire Hunter series. I have reread the books Guilty Pleasures through Obsidian Butterfly - many times. But this book, as with the last one, I doubt I will reread. This one didn't even have a plot and the plot in the last book was thin. Each book I hang hoping and waiting to see if the entertaining characters that the beginning books had will show back up. And if the tough compassionate Anita will be present. But they aren't there [...]


    9. I hungrily devoured the first several books in this series - they were the ultimate guilty pleasure. An ass-kicking heroine, lots of steamy sensuality, death-defying acts, moral dilemmas, and plenty of supernatural beings to go around. Starting around book 10, the series started to choke, like a car with electrical problems. It was unclear if Ms. Hamilton had lost her direction where Anita Blake was concerned, or if she'd never really had one to begin with."Danse Macabre" descends to the level o [...]


    10. Not going to give a plot summary. Yes there is a plot but no it is not about raising the dead or slaying vampires. I think if you don't go into the book thinking that then you won't be disappointed. This book is about vampire politics and Anita finding out more about her powers. I think this is a book that was supposed to be much longer and that the publisher split into two since Incubus Dreams was so long and people didn't like it. This book is leading up to the party where all the Masters of t [...]


    11. I really tried to read this book, honestly I did. It started off well enough and was better than it's predecessor (not saying much). The idea of a meeting of several different Masters of the City was interesting since it would lead to different types of vamps & magic. Unfortunately all it lead to was providing Anita with different flavors of vamp & were to bang. It honestly was incredibly boring after a while, especially the sex scenes. I'm no stranger to porn or written sex. (I have a f [...]


    12. Anita Blake; Vampire Hunter and animator. A love triangle doesn’t even begin to explain the most interesting relationships that currently complicate her life. Cursed with the ardeur, Blake suffers through an existence as a succubus. Sex to survive, more sex and even more sex. I really liked this book. It is more erotic than I remember her other books being. Book 14 in the Anita Blake, vampire executioner, series by Laurell Hamilton. This book had a little bit of action and danger, and a whole [...]


    13. I really tried to get through this book by just plowing through it but it's wasn't easy. It feels like LKH got a word of the day calendar and this book's word is "winsome". She used it for 3 different characters (when they weren't spilling out or over something. And if Anita says any of the following more than 3 times its not a chapter; I don't get it, point it out to me, I'm sorry I'm missing something here or could you just tell me I'm not following you. She solves murders in the earlier books [...]


    14. "Does this woman not have an editor?" She made it into a question.I realize that this is part 14 of a series so it's probably not the best place to start. I also know that most people seem to think that the first 10 Anita Blake books were much better. Perhaps I'll try one of those some time. For now, here's the Big List of things that made this book so bad I wanted to hurt myself:- X made it into a question: easily the most over-used expression in the book. If there's a question mark at the end, [...]


    15. OMG. I don't know why I even bothered. Maybe I harbour hope that the Anita Blake series would start to get good again. It didn't. The ONLY thing that caught my attention was the pregnancy scare. It's too damned bad that it was just that - a scare. There could have been so much more if the pregnancy was real. Instead, LKH continues to bore through character interactions that does nothing and goes nowhere. I'm tired of whiney Richard and Anita as the Whore of Babylon, with men of all races/species [...]


    16. I read this back when it was first released but am rereading it here as an audiobook. It's one of the later Anita Blake books which are all a blur of sex and power in my mind so I can't remember much about it.Well, just as I remembered with the other later books in this series this is all about Anita's sex with her many men and much less about the paranormal aspects of the book which I found so interesting in the earlier novels. This time around Anita fears she may be pregnant and because she ha [...]


    17. Better than the last one.But like in most of the books in this series, I feel that there are a lot of stories still unfinished. During the last few books Hamilton started a lot of separate little plots and I keep waiting for some of them to finish. But they don't, I still have questions left form book 10 and 11 and I have a feeling that the questions that I have left form this one will be left unanswered as well.Ah well, it's still a very addicting series. And in this book Anita seems to be unde [...]


    18. This was a more closed insular book than some of the others. Besides a chat with Ronnie at the beginning, Anita is neck deep in vampire politics from page one to the final page. So no RPIT and no Animator's Inc. That's not to say we didn't see as much of the necromancer as the vampire and lycanthrope sides. We just played with vampires instead of zombies.Cast list wise Vamps: Jean-Claude, Asher, Damien, Requiem, Meng Die, Wicked and Truth, and our first real taste of Elinore, London, Auggie and [...]


    19. This book did not advance the characters. Those characters I loved, those real lovable characters that were so interesting are trapped under an avalanche of sex. This novel started out fine and then deteriorated swiftly. If I had to keep reading about how everything her sex partners did made her 'writhe" or how every man wanted to have sex with her, or how her 'writhing' made all her men so eager to keep doing her, my brain would go on strike. In this novel, she had to manage her sexy time bette [...]


    20. "What was wrong with me? I was hysterical, that was what was wrong with me. The moment I thought it that clearly, I started to calm. I didn't feel any better, really, but I could think. That was an improvement. I thought about being free of the ardeur, and that was a good thought. I thought about being free of Jean-Claude's marks, and all the metaphysical mess that came with it. My life being my own again, that sounded good. I thought about being just me, as Jean-Claude said, just me in my own s [...]


    21. you know what I'm talking about.ke a train wreckor a bad car accidentyou know coming up to the scene that it's going to be badyou don't WANT to look, but you can't help but slow down and take a lingering look out of some sense of morbid curiosity.At its core, this is what the Anita Blake books have become to me and DM is no exception. I know it's going to be bad but I just have to see how bad it'll get and how long it'll stay that way. And everytime I think 'phew, now that all the horribly writt [...]


    22. This book is the worst thing I have ever read and I refuse to finish it. Everything that made me love the series at the beginning is gone. Sweet lovable Richard has turning into roid raging ass-hat that breaks down sobbing every other appearance, Micah is a doormat as is basically every other man in Anita's life, and Jean Claud, Master of the City, fountain head of his of blood line, is reduced to nothing more than an acquiescent, inconsequential side chick!Don't even get me started on Anita! Sh [...]


    23. It's all been said before, but it bears repeating. Career suicide. It is a testament to her writing skills that she still had fans after this fiasco. In fact, it's so horrifically uneven when compared with her previous work that the only explanation is that there was something else going on - either she was so far past a deadline she just had to turn it in "as is", she meant this to be 2 or 3 books but couldn't decide how to wrap up or edit the story to make it fit into one something. Because Ha [...]


    24. I don't even know anymore why I keep doing this to myself. A new Anita Blake or as I like to call them, a Shitblake. As the previous ones, Im reading this as an audiobook and it has had me snorting and rolling my eyes from the beginning. Why I keep doing this? WHY?Edit: After reading the book (well "reading" the "book") I have come to the conclusion that this kind of crap is an insult to the trees this crap was made of. Luckily I listened to the audio book instead of even handling the poor paper [...]


    25. I really liked this book. It is more erotic than I remember her other books being. I actually read the first few in this series and quit because they were so violent and bloody. after picking this one up thought I am going back to blue moon and reading forward. Yes they are still violent and bloody, but now I want to know how all the relationships got so complicated and the sex became so good Is that embarassing or what?!?


    26. **I originally rated this story with 4 stars, but after reading it again and having some time to reflect on it, I'm changing it to a 3. I imagine I was more enthusiastic about it the first time because I was just excited to be reading another Anita Blake story (obsess much?).**So. . . . I'm not sure how to sum my feelings up for this one. It seems the negatives outweigh the things I enjoyed this time. The book is actually missing a real plot. Entirely too much of the story was simply about the a [...]


    27. I will say that I have enjoyed the Anita Blake books a great deal. Do I like how they have developed more recently? Not exactly. That is to say, I guess I am a bit bothered by how willingly Anita has done a 180 degree turn from where she was at the beginning of things. This is not to say that I do not enjoy the changes or feel that they are unfeasible. I guess it is that I liked the tough as nails take no prisoners attitude she had earlier on. It is still there, but it has softened tremendously [...]


    28. Book 14 in the Anita Blake, vampire executioner, series by Laurell Hamilton.This book had a similar vibe to the Merry Gentry series - a little bit of action and danger, and a whole lot of emotional angst and metaphysically enhanced sex. I've got the sense that this book is a connector building up to something very big happening in a later book - that it gives background you'll need to understand the books later on in the series. It certainly seems that LH is not giving her characters peaceful, t [...]


    29. Okay, if you're in the mood for meeting new characters, great sex and nothing but vampire/lycan politics, this is the book for you. But it ticked me off on another point. There was nothing to Anita's job in this one; no raising the dead, no investigations to do, it was kind of boring. I could understand why it had to be done this way. There was just way to much that 'Anita needed to know' about all the new powers, etc, and I think it would have been too confusing had it been done in the regular [...]


    30. Wowww!!Harika kitaplardan biriydi gene.Nathaniel'in içinde çıkmayı bekleyen bir dominant var sanki.Anita'nın hayvanları ne kadar artacak acaba? Kitapta olan tüm hayvanlardan hangisi daha güçlü acaba diye düşünüyorum.Kurt mu?Leopar mı?Aslan mı?Çakal mı?Fare mi? Ne? Bir türlü birbirleriyle karşılaştıramıyorum.den?


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