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Book Title: Bloody Bones|
The author of the book: Laurell K. Hamilton
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 26.40 MB
Edition: Penguin Audio
Date of issue: January 7th 2010
ISBN 13: 9780143144052
Read full description of the books Bloody Bones:Our Anita Blake marathon and buddy read with Jessica continues with the fifth installment in the series.
Bloody Bones is the best installment so far for me, and it is mainly that because Ms. Blake (Anita is very strict of her being called as Ms. instead of Miss, which is pointed numerous times within the story, and perhaps this is the touch of feminism I have heard so much about around the hoods) is out of town, and every page is not fillet with the awkwardly awkward love triangle that is getting pretty old before even fully starting, so there is always that.
As usual, the background story and the mystery is pretty solid, though formulaic, and keeps it easy for me to turn the pages. There is more discoveries behind the veil of Blake's personal traits, which makes her more understandable, but really doesn't wash away my disliking towards her.
Anita Blake has all those traits that are usually connected to romance novels where an alpha man, a strong man, is also an huge brownie point asshole. Ms. Blake is indeed a rude, overprotective pushover, judgemental personality who has the self confidence of an delicate flower without actually being one. This is the normal case of assholiness equals strongness, which is too much used trope in every book that has some romancing in it. However, this is not really a problem with me nor do I really whine about, it is just worth of a mention. Besides, I am pretty sure Ms. Anita Blake has a magnificent vagina, that will make up for a lot in my books.
And then to the editing:
- this installment has more errors, misspellings than usual, and this is probably because the constant gun talk, Nike's were overshadowed by coveralls, and that might confuse the author, getting out of the formula.
- the dialogue is extremely repetitive, and it goes on and on, missing the stop sign.
- the thought-flow is too long, Ms. Anita Blake is a prisoner of her "same record"-mind.
- some of the parts require re-reading, and as much I would want to take blame for this, I think I am not the only one, considering the average reading time with Kindle is quite high for an average length book.
- there is a problem with Kindle version, it is addicted to a sign "<" for reasons unknown to me.
Overall, this installment had more gory glory in it, which is something I like, and does show this is not a book for kiddos, but it really doesn't tickle a person like me, one who has gotten used to the sicko, and requires more and more to get really excited about.
But maybe the coming sexy times will make up the loss of blood. I would... fancy that.
Read information about the authorLaurell 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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