The Killing Dance: LKH really blows it on this one

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fantasy book reviews science fiction book reviewsLKH The Killing Dance review Anita BlakeThe Killing Dance by Laurell K. Hamilton

I enjoyed ANITA BLAKE, VAMPIRE HUNTER up to this point, but Laurell K. Hamilton really blows it on this one. Anita has turned into a hypocrite and any claim she had to integrity was shredded within the first 3 chapters of the next book. Hamilton has destroyed her main character — Anita is turning into a nasty tramp. We are talking about a complete reversal of the sharp-edged but relatively moral person she started out as. What a shame.

I should admit that The Killing Dance must have been well conceived and written because it really affected me — I was utterly devastated.


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  1. I don’t remember when I stopped reading the series. Book 6? 7? But yeah. The first book was amazing–action, plot, mystery, intrigue and…it went steadily downhill with each book. Although sometime in there before I stopped reading it wasn’t a “steady” downhill, it was more like a “jump off a cliff, let’s not bother with plot or mystery. Let’s go straight for smarm.”

    But hey, I doubt she cares what I think. From what I can tell, she still has plenty of fans.

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