Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter: Guilty Pleasures, Volume 2 by Laurell K. Hamilton, Brett Booth, Ron Lim |, Paperback | Barnes & Noble
Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter: Guilty Pleasures, Volume 2

Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter: Guilty Pleasures, Volume 2

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by Laurell K. Hamilton, Brett Booth, Ron Lim
     
 

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The hit adaptation of Laurell K. Hamilton's Anita Blake series continues! What price will Anita pay in order to save her friend's life and solve the Vampire Murders? Will she actually kiss Phillip? How far will Edward go in order to find out where the daytime resting place of the Master Vampires truly is? Where is Jean-Claude? And most important, who is behind the

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The hit adaptation of Laurell K. Hamilton's Anita Blake series continues! What price will Anita pay in order to save her friend's life and solve the Vampire Murders? Will she actually kiss Phillip? How far will Edward go in order to find out where the daytime resting place of the Master Vampires truly is? Where is Jean-Claude? And most important, who is behind the Vampire Murders? What's next for Anita Blake, you ask? The answers to all of those questions are here!

Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter: Guilty Pleasures #7-12.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780785125822
Publisher:
Marvel
Publication date:
12/31/2008
Series:
Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter Graphic Novel Series
Pages:
144
Product dimensions:
6.68(w) x 10.12(h) x 0.17(d)
Age Range:
15 - 18 Years

What People are saying about this

Charlaine Harris
From the author of Grave Surprise and other mysteries:
The first book in Hamilton's long-running Anita Blake series, Guilty Pleasures, sets the tone for the whole bestselling line.... Laurell's trademark recklessness, imagination, and storytelling grip you by the scruff of the neck and never let you go.
P. N. Elrod
You'll want to read it in one sitting -- I did.
Andre Norton
I was enthralled -- a departure from the usual type of vampire tale which will have a wide appeal to a reader hunting for both chills and fun.

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Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter Guilty Pleasures, Volume 2 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 38 reviews.
Andrea17 More than 1 year ago
(This review is both for Volume 1 and Volume 2) I read Guilty Pleasures many years ago and absolutely loved it. It's the first true adult series that I read and loved - at least until it became more about the sex scenes than the mystery, but that's another story. These two volumes stick very closely to the novel and is essentially just these artists interpenetration and visualizations of the novel. The artwork is detailed and eye catching, allowing yourself to really be pulled into the story. My problem with graphic novels is simply that: my problem. They don't have enough depth for me to really be pulled into the story. While these volumes encompass the main aspects of Guilty Pleasures, I don't get the depth and back story of these characters that I really enjoy and felt was missing. But again, that's my issue with graphic novels as a whole and not necessarily with these two volumes. If you are a fan of graphic novels and have yet to read Guilty Pleasures, or you're already a fan of the novel and enjoy graphic novels, these volumes are definitely something worth checking out!
SleepDreamWrite More than 1 year ago
Story was interesting. If you like the books, then you might like this. Again, the art is something to get used to but you kind of like it.
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Diana85 More than 1 year ago
I read all the Anita Blake novels and this is the next best thing!
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I was very surprised that the comic book followed the story as well as it did. I didn't picture the characters to look like they were drawn, but I think everyone would get a different picture in their heads. I ejoyed everything about the graphic novel except they way Anita was always looking down. It made her seem very unsure of herself, not at all as confident as she is portrayed in the books. I know that she couldn't look the vampires in the eye, but for everyone else eye contact is very important to Anita.
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too2cheep More than 1 year ago
I am a huge Laurell K Hamilton fan, so I was excited when I got this book for Christmas. I must say that the artwork didn't match the pictures I had in my head and it seemed as if most of the characters look the same. On the upside, the novel stayed pretty true to the book, but I was really disappointed with the artwork.
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JGage More than 1 year ago
You don't have to feel guilty for reading this graphic novel. It is a very good adaptation of Laurell K. Hamilton's first Anita Blake novel. It was a great book, and the graphic novel is just as good. Very cool to see the characters come to life in this book. Art work is great, and follows the storyline pretty faithfully. For a more in depth view of this book, one merely has to read the novel.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It brings the book to life. Instead of seeing what is happening in your mind you get to finally see it on paper. I say they should turn these books into movies. I love Hamilton's books. They're amazing. They keep you guessing at every turn. I just can't put it down.
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Normally I like Marvel, but this is one graphic imagery of the characters and action that I did not care for. I thought the art style was stiff. I'll add though that the storyboarding in the graphic novel is fairly close to the book though. ...Would like to have seen how Dark Horse or Top Cow publications treat the imagery. The graphic artists for the Conan or Witchblade graphic novels comes to my mind.
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