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The already converted may consider a sermon interleaved with brief slivers of story acceptable; others will be bored rather than outraged.Read Full Review of Affliction (Anita Blake, Vamp... | See more reviews from Kirkus
Her take on zombies is invigorating—even for the purest of horror fans—it's no wonder readers keep coming back for more. . Hamilton also manages to embed contemporary issues in with the fast-pace action,; addressing sexism, homophobia, religious fundamentalism, and racism from fresh and unusual perspectives.Read Full Review of Affliction (Anita Blake, Vamp... | See more reviews from Publishers Weekly
There were some interesting conversations about the philosophical and ethical issues surrounding the legality of vampires and other paranormal creatures in this world, as well with how people like Anita deal with them.Read Full Review of Affliction (Anita Blake, Vamp... | See more reviews from All About Romance
...Buckle your seat belt and keep your hands inside the car, because this one’s a roller coaster through monsterland.Read Full Review of Affliction (Anita Blake, Vamp...
It’s not without its problems, but I firmly believe that a good editor who isn’t afraid to tell a very successful writer “you have to change these things to make the book better” would make the next Anita book so much stronger.Read Full Review of Affliction (Anita Blake, Vamp...
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Overall, it was a good read. I'm more into the vampire/were storylines, rather then necromancer/zombie storylines. It was well written, funny, and full of action.
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