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This page just displays the most recent 200 I've added as "want to read" and as of Fall 2013 there are almost 400 on the list and I'm always adding more!
The “paranormal romance” genre didn’t quite exist…or if it did, Hamilton had created it. Don’t get me wrong; I enjoy a well-written sex scene. Novels that previously took place over several weeks now took place over several days. Things started to get better around book 15 or so—when I stopped buying hardbacks. But just as quickly, the books backslid, this time with the introduction of the weretigers. (And if you haven’t yet read the series you should know: there are also werelions and werebears. Every year or so I pick up the newest book, spend a week hating myself for reading about a bloated cast of characters (many of whom won’t ever change) and skipping past the sex scenes to get to the plot.
I read the first 207 pages of this door-stop of a book, and realized that I just didn't care about the plot or the characters enough to slog through to the end (page 708).
After 200 pages (a third of the way into the book), Hamilton still hadn't immersed Anita into the plot, and even though I was looking forward to this being an "Edward" novel, Basically, the pages I read consisted of an agonizingly slow and tedious review of all of the men in Anita's life (and some of the women).
Born in Arkansas in 1963, Laurell has written eight Merry Gentry novels and 20 Anita Blake novels, with the latest due out in June 2011, as well as a range of other novels and an Anita Blake Marvel Comic series.
Anita Blake novel Blood Noir, the 16th in the series, debuted in the number 1 slot of the New York Times bestseller list in 2008, and more than 6 million copies of this series have been printed.