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Burnt Offerings - An Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter Novel (Paperback, Jove ed) Loot Price: R112
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Burnt Offerings - An Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter Novel (Paperback, Jove ed)

Laurell K. Hamilton

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When an arsonist's fires begin licking at St. Louis's undead, it's up to Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter to save the very monsters she's sworn to destroy.


Imprint: Jove Publications
Country of origin: United States
Release date: October 2002
First†published: September 2002
Authors: Laurell K. Hamilton
Dimensions: 173 x 107 x 27mm (L x W x T)
Format: Paperback - Mass Market
Pages: 392
Edition: Jove ed
ISBN-13: 978-0-515-13447-6
Barcode: 9780515134476
Categories: Promotions
Books > Fiction > Genre fiction > Fantasy
LSN: 0-515-13447-3

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Wed, 3 May 2006 | Review by: Butterfly

Burnt Offerings is as exciting and satisfying as all the 6 others that come before it. Laurell K. Hamilton is such a talented writer that she pulls you into her world and before you know it, several hours have passed, youíre finished reading the book, and hoping the next one will be out REAL soon. Burnt Offerings has Anita helping the police with an outbreak of serious fires throughout St. Louis. Anita believes the culprit may be a "firebug," a being who uses supernatural power to cause conflagrations. To top it all off the vampire council has arrived in St Louis, taking over The Circus of the Damned to investigate Jean-Claude, Richard and Anita, whom they view as a menace to their power. Some of these ancient beings have secret agendas, which make it almost unfeasible for our group of three to endure the trials and tribulations the council demands of them. Anita is put in a position where she is forced to rescue not only friends, but enemies as well. The humour, dark as always, adds much to the story and there are plenty of laughs to offset the violence. On the whole, I cannot recommend this series enough. "Burnt Offerings" is Ms. Hamiltonís most complex novel thus far.

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