Blue Moon (Anita Blake Vampire Hunter)
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Okay, this is not one of my favorites in the series. Things start implausible and just get more strange, and not in a good way. Though we do get to see how a functional werewolf pack operates. And we get to meet Richard's mommy, though not under the best of circumstances. Again, I'm left wondering when Anita has time to use the restroom with everyone trying to kill her and vice versa.
I think my biggest problem with these lately is that Anita never really grows as a character. Sure, she get more powerful magically, and learns hard life lessons about death and sleeping with people, but there's no real character development.
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I enjoyed this tale. Anita and some of her pack (vampires and werewolves) travel to Tennessee to rescue Richard, who's been arrested and accused of rape. When they get there, there's the whole power/ taking over the territory issue to consider, and the associated battles for power. We meet Richard's brother and mother in this installment of the Anita Blake series. I like finding out about Anita's increased powers, and I find Hamilton's stories incredibly descriptive and original.
Thanks for sharing this Drommie1810! Again apologies for taking so long (bookrings got in my way too). This book will soon be released for a new reader to enjoy.
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