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by Laurell K. Hamilton

Obsidian Butterfly Unabridged CDs (Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter, No 9) download ebook
ISBN:
014314409X
ISBN13:
978-0143144090
Author:
Laurell K. Hamilton
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Penguin Audio; Unabridged edition (March 18, 2010)
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Rating:
4.2

Praise for the Anita Blake Vampire Hunter Novels. Hamilton remains one of the most inventive and exciting writers in the paranormal field. New York Times bestselling author Charlaine Harris.

Praise for the Anita Blake Vampire Hunter Novels. my name is anita blake.

Laurell Kaye Hamilton (born February 19, 1963) is an American fantasy and romance writer, and notably the author of the Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter series. More than 6 million copies of Anita Blake novels have been printed

Laurell Kaye Hamilton (born February 19, 1963) is an American fantasy and romance writer, and notably the author of the Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter series. More than 6 million copies of Anita Blake novels have been printed. Hamilton is also known for her Merry Gentry series, an urban fantasy in which the world of fairy interacts with the "real world". Laurell Kaye Hamilton was born in Heber Springs, Arkansas but grew up in Sims, Indiana with her grandmother Laura Gentry.

Book 9. Obsidian Butterfly. Shelve Obsidian Butterfly. Hamilton's vampire-hunting Anita Blake faces a. by Laurell K. Hamilton. The Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter backlist take. ore. Hamilton's vampire-hunting Anita Blake faces .

Ted Forrester needs backup from Anita Blake, vampire executioner. Ted Forrester was Edward's alter ego, his only legal identity that I was aware of. Ted was a bounty hunter that specialized in preternatural creatures that weren't vampires. As a general rule vamps were a specialty item, which was one of the reasons that there were licensed vamp executioners but not licensed anything else executioners. Maybe vampires just have a better political lobby, but whatever, they get the most press

Author : Laurell K. The Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter backlist takes flight with a whole new look. In her ninth adventure, vampire hunter Anita Blake owes a favor to a friend-a man almost as dangerous as the ancient evil she's about to face.

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Obsidian Butterfly, . Part of Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter series by Laurell K. Vampires, shapeshifters, anything and everything. There were people like me that did it legal, but Edward didn't sweat the legalities, or hell, the ethics

Obsidian Butterfly, . There were people like me that did it legal, but Edward didn't sweat the legalities, or hell, the ethics. He even occasionally did a human, but only if they had some sort of dangerous reputation.

It is a Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter Series Novel. Enjoy Reading on StudyNovels. Author: Laurell K. Series: Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter. Total pages: 98. Start Reading.

The Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter backlist takes flight with a whole new look. ISBN 13: 9780515134506.

Obsidian Butterfly (An Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter, Book 9). Laurell K. Download (mobi, 754 Kb).

Praise for the Anita Blake Vampire Hunter Novels "Hamilton remains one of the most inventive and exciting writers in the paranormal field. Vampires, zombies, and shifters, oh my!

Unabridged CDs, 19 CDs, 24 hours Read by Kimberly Alexis Called on by her bounty-hunting friend, Edward, vampire hunter Anita Blake faces one of the most enigmatic creatures she has ever come across. Now she must confront an unknown evil: something that skins, mutilates, and dismember its victims-then disappears.
Reviews:
  • Castiel
First, let me say that this is the LAST GOOD Anita Blake book Laurell K. Hamilton wrote. Hence the five star rating. Everything that follows it take it as given that I rated them 1 star.

I am frankly mystified. Anita Blake used to be a series I waited eagerly to read. Then after Obsidian Butterfly (the last GOOD story LKH wrote) it was like someone flipped a switch. Or maybe LKH had a ghost writer that quit and she had to find someone else. Or maybe it was more about her personal life. The difference was so stunning I went to the bother of reading the book dedications. What I noticed was that Obsidian Butterfly (GREAT) and previous books was dedicated to her first husband, Gary. The next book, Narcissus in Chains (TERRIBLE) and subsequent books was dedicated to her new love, Jonathan. Maybe that's all it took to completely ruin LKH's writing style. I read some of the comments Ms. Hamilton added to later copies of some of her books where she seems to think she's a fantastic writer of erotica. I struggled through Narcissus in Chains and Cerulean Sins even though I don't care for the Micah character and positively hate the man-slut Nathaniel. Still trying I decided recently to give Incubus Dreams a try. Started off ok with an actual story and Dolph was back - for 20 pages. THREE HUNDRED AND SIXTY PAGES of horribly written literotica later, the book picked the story back up - briefly. Anita has turned into an angst-ridden slut, Richard probably represents everything LKH hates in "someone", no clue and don't want to know who Mica and Nathaniel represents. What happened? I'm kind of afraid to read the next book. At the rate Anita is becoming all powerful, I have a feeling eventually she's going to wake up one morning and find that God is definitely ok with her because SHE is God and she loves herself.

Whatever, Ms. Hamilton -- leave the literotica to those who do it better. Try to rediscover what a good story is. Try not to repeat yourself so very much. To find Incubus Dreams I went to a Half Price Book store. I searched Horror (where you used to be able to find LKH with the good vampire books). I searched Science Fiction/Fantasy -- no luck there either. Finally I asked and the lady looked in the computer and found LKH in Paranormal Romance. After reading Incubus Dreams I told them they need to put LKH in the literotica section even though it doesn't deserve that either. I won't even pay half price for any other LKH books.

If you want to read really good books, try Anne Bishops "The Others" series or Michelle Sagara's "The Chronicles of Elantra."

Having read the reviews of LKH's books following 10-12, I'm not wasting even half-price to add them to my library. Not when I literally skipped most of Incubus Dreams. Of the 658 pages, less that a fifth were worth reading. In fact you can just skip chapters 5-68 and save yourself some pain.
  • Funny duck
At this point in the series we should all know what we are in for!

We are invested in these characters and story lines. When things get thrown for a loop it makes your gut hurt because "OMG What was Laurell thinking!"

And of course it always works out in the end in some way. Not always the prettiest way, but *spoiler alert* Anita walks away from this one as well. So, whew, we know there's going to be another one.

I do think there was a lot of good character development in this one. I love how Laurell has Anita talk through her issues in her head, and every once in while partially with someone else.

Anita gets bumped around in this one. But Edward is there, which at least makes her feel better. I think this piece of the series had the scariest of the "monsters" so far. And even the "good" guys are scary as all get out, and not very nice.

It's a little stressful to read if you get as into as I do!
  • Hasirri
Hitman/preternatural bounty hunter Ted Forrester, who we know better as Edward, calls in his marker and needs Anita’s help. Anita travels to New Mexico to identify and kill off what appears to be a new type of threat. In this tale, with the usual characters left behind, Anita gets to know Ted’s surprising personal life. We also get a little on the Mayan culture and face more than one type of “monster.”

Plenty of gore, action, confrontations and situations new to Anita, and for the first time we see that the things she’s witnessed working with the police is getting to her.

We do meet other characters that play a role in future books as they’re part of Edward’s/Ted’s life. One is a particular threat to Anita. I’m hoping that another one shows up in a future book, but has not yet as of this writing.

Once again the world and character building are fantastic and I’ve re-read this book a number of times over the years. There is one scene that some will find particularly disturbing.