The early Anita Blake novels find new life in downloadable audio - as new listens for long-time fans or as great ways for new listeners to sink their teeth into the series.In The Laughing Corpse, a creature from beyond the grave is tearing a swath of murder through St. Louis. And Anita will learn that there are some secrets better left buried-and some people better off dead.More
"Anita Blake is one of the most fascinating fictional heroines since Scarlett O'Hara." (Publishers Weekly)
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Love the book, but hate the Sound Effects!
A really really bad book. I want my credit back!
I would not recommend this to a friend. The heroine has such low self esteem; she tries to be to be tough and it comes off as a joke. I picked this one in hope it would be comparable to my beloved Sookie Stackhouse books, but not even close! I honestly didn't even finish the book. It lingered too long on the very gory death of a 4 year old. It had very, very strong details of he and his family's death. I'm no angel, and have read lots of gory and sexy books, but this book was gross. I wish I hadn't wasted a credit on this book. I am waiting for my Feb. credit so I can listen to Hunger Games #2. Waste of time, and I hate to be so judgmental, but even the narrator sucked. Sorry :(
Gory death of a child, heroine acting tough but vomiting and shaking through out the whole book. Glad she carries a gun because maybe she'll turn it on herself. K that was mean, but this sucks really!
If the Laughing Corpse was made into a TV series I would nominate Susan Boyle as the main character .Or some other lame ass.
I want my credit back!!!!