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The most hotly-anticipated recap of the summer has finally arrived–this time, with sexxins!
OMG! Back! With the first book of the series I have not yet read prior to recapping!
Seriously. It’ll be on IFC.
Okay, this one didn’t take several months to produce! Success!
Recap of recap pt 1: Anita Blake has been called out to raise a pack of zombies by Big Shot Lawyer Stirling. He’s disputing ownership of a hill with the Bouvier siblings, two gorgeous fairies with flowy chestnut hair and weird-ass green eyes. But there’s a lot of icky murdering happening out in the environs of Branson, MO, and Anita has to bring out the big nipples guns to deal with it – namely the always frilly Jean-Claude. Oh yeah, and there are two Skele-pires. Sorry for that fail on my part.
Welcome back to the world of recaps! I’m sure no one’s interested in my laundry list of bad excuses for not having posted in years and years, so I’ll skip right over that. I know I said that I’d only read up to the fourth installment of our favorite nipplicious series, but I soon realized after I began reading this one that I had in fact already read it. Huzzah!
Without further ado, mes petits, I give you… Bloody Bones, by Laurell K. Hamilton, part un.
Welcome back! And thus we begin the final true recap of this series. Caps to follow! Sunday is the weekend, which means it’s still the end of the week, right?? I had a major flash of Anita-vu today when I was packing up all my penguins to be shipped cross-county, and I’ve been fighting WordPress for awhile now, trying to get the look of this just right. It’s, um, better that it was.
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After a month or so off, writing an exceedingly silly fantasy parody epic for JulNoWriMo, I return with more Anita recap! This is the last book in the series I’ve actually read before; from here on it, they shall technically be Anita Blake caps, not recaps. I feel I should make a joke about hats and riotous masses of curls here, but it’s not quite coming to me.
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