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With ten previous books in the Anita Blake series, Cerulean Sins is not the place to start. Though author Hamilton artfully reveals the backstory in small doses, the numerous returning characters and the complex history will overwhelm most newcomers (and even the most devoted fans may find that the backfilling slows the pace). Also, the characters frequently stand around talking and psychoanalyzing one another, which makes for static stretches unlikely to hold a new reader's attention. Newcomers should start with the first book, Guilty Pleasures. --Cynthia Ward --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
LOVE the series and can't wait for the next book which will hopefully include Edward.
Like the 10th book in the series - Narcissus in Chains - the focus of Cerulean Sins is very much on Anita Blakes emotional conflicts with her lovelife.
I've liked them, but even for me, it has been too much descriptive sex (kind of like reading porn) and not enough plot line.
I think it was a well balanced story line and content. I liked it a lot.Published 25 days ago by Grizwald Fubar
I have read this series three times and I enjoy it every time. Laurel Hamilton is my favorite author. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kindle Customer
I've read all the preceding books in the series and this one was the worst of the lot. Unfortunately, the series has drifted away from its mystery/action core and settled into more... Read morePublished 1 month ago by John H. Taylor
I started reading Anita Blake books and am hooked. Such a plot and interesting characters. Absolutely wonderfully intense and captivating.Published 2 months ago by marilyn kionecka
When the editor does not know the difference in between breathe and breath or a handful of other words, reading is distracting. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Ginger Casebeer