Narcissus in Chains

Narcissus in Chains

Book - 2001
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Anita Blake finds herself caught in a deadly triangle between the two men in her life, men whose immortal powers of werewolf and vampire can give her the strength she needs to overcome a deadly enemy or destroy her soul.
Publisher: New York : Berkley, 2001.
Edition: Berkley hardcover ed. --
ISBN: 9780425181683
Branch Call Number: FIC/Hamil 3588a4 1
Characteristics: 424 p.


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Jun 22, 2013

The book was okay. Almost had me skipping a few paragraphs a couple of times due to boredom.

NGarcias Oct 15, 2011

Very excellent book, even though it had far too much 'sex' in it than I cared for. I can see that this series is leaning further and further towards the side of sexual than sensual and romantic, however I love the plot and story line!

Hamiltion asks you delve quite deep into the unknown and terrifying world of the paranormal and real relationships. I had to try extra hard to digest this one. But in the end whether you are familiar with her work or not it worth the plunge into the unknown.

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Oct 22, 2010

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joshcarr Oct 15, 2009

In an alternate world where vampirism has just become legal, Anita Blake works as an animator (someone who raises zombies), while hunting "criminal" vampires on the side. After the kidnapping of one of her wereleopards, Anita finds herself deep into shapeshifter politics.


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