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Surprising

I bought the book because of Hamilton, I love her Anita Blake series. But I was suprised to find more authors with interesting stories in the same genre. Thank goodness. I have already read 3 more of MaryJanice Davidson's books. I have however read Hamiltons new...
I bought the book because of Hamilton, I love her Anita Blake series. But I was suprised to find more authors with interesting stories in the same genre. Thank goodness. I have already read 3 more of MaryJanice Davidson's books. I have however read Hamiltons newest book, the one that this story is an excerpt of, and she has went from books with a lot of plot and no sex to books with a lot of sex and no real plot to speak of. It was very disappointing to say the least, and I wouldn't spend money on it if I hadn't already.

posted by Anonymous on April 12, 2005

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Not that cool...

Most of the stories in this anthology have a promising start, but the plot lines are horrible. I understand that erotica is an integral part of the horror genre, but erotic overkill, in my opinion, shouldn't qualify as real horror. I think the authors have geniune tal...
Most of the stories in this anthology have a promising start, but the plot lines are horrible. I understand that erotica is an integral part of the horror genre, but erotic overkill, in my opinion, shouldn't qualify as real horror. I think the authors have geniune talent. They just need to stop watching soap operas.

posted by Anonymous on February 7, 2005

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 12, 2005

    Surprising

    I bought the book because of Hamilton, I love her Anita Blake series. But I was suprised to find more authors with interesting stories in the same genre. Thank goodness. I have already read 3 more of MaryJanice Davidson's books. I have however read Hamiltons newest book, the one that this story is an excerpt of, and she has went from books with a lot of plot and no sex to books with a lot of sex and no real plot to speak of. It was very disappointing to say the least, and I wouldn't spend money on it if I hadn't already.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 28, 2005

    loved it

    i loved th stories...well almost all of them. i didnt liked laurell hamilton's story it didnt catch mmy attention and i was confused the whole time. i liked all the other stories though they were great. two thumps up for them.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 1, 2004

    Fun in the sun read

    I did not read the Anita Blake story as I listen to Hamilton's Princess Meredith sereis on audiotape and that is a lot of sex and I really don't want to overdose. Anyway the rest of the book was good. I mainly bought it for Eileen Wilks 'Originally Human', (excellent story)from her Lupus universe. Hopefully we will see a full length novel based on characters from the world she has created. I was not that thrilled with MaryJanice Davidson's Undead and Unwed but this short story featuring characters from that series was funny. I liked Andrea, don't call me Andy, much better then I liked Betsy. Anything by Rebecca York and her moon series is worth reading.

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