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Hamilton s writing style just makes me skim through large chunks of the story until I get to the interesting bits, so it s a love hate relationship.I like the love triangle between Richard, Anita, and Jean Claude The introduction of the fey was interesting as well.Also, finally Anita is behaving like a religious person or at least so than before , although as yet she still hasn t been to church And having Larry around makes Anita a little less Mary Sueish although she will always be a bit of an MS Just read some descriptions of Anita and then go look at Hamilton s photo.The only thing that struck me as odd was that Anita gets bitten, but doesn t seem to worry about rising like a vampire or needing to cleanse the bite with holy water, which she did in circus of the damned.Also, it is a little ridiculous how Anita manages to kill everything I know she s tough, but that tough Why do I put up with you You insult me at every turn Well, LKH broke the formula with this book Anita actually TAKES a client and leaves St Louis to head to Branson, Missouri, where she is being paid to raise an entire graveyard to see who owns the property because, of course, Anita is the only one in this entire world who can do anything While she is there, she learns that something is killing young boys AND a vampire is on the loose.This book, than any of the earlier books, set my teeth on edge Anita has to be one of the most rude, most obnoxious protagonists I ve ever read As I continue to read through this series, instead of growing fonder or closer to Anita, I find myself gathering an arsenal of weapons to take her out.What does Anita do that strikes the wrong chord with me How about this for starters I admit, I took comfort in the fact that I was better dressed than most of the girls Petty as hell, but I had been chunky in junior high You are in your mid twenties You have a great career, two of the hottest guys fawning all over you, you are highly skilled in your field, and YOU ARE GLOATING OVER BEING BETTER DRESSED THAN GIRLS HALF YOUR AGE Girls, may I add, whose bodies are changing, whose parents are picking out their clothes, who aren t able to slip into Victoria s Secret with their uber fashionable friend, Ronnie F you But, Crystal, that is no reason to dislike Anita How about stupidity It hadn t been my idea to date the Master of the City Jean Claude had given me two choices Either he could kill Richard, or I could date both of them It had seemed like a good idea at the time When had dating Jean Claude EVER seemed like a good idea Jean Claude was the guy she spent several books trying to AVOID And here s the woman who d rather shoot first, ask questions later, who d rather do her own thing than listen to and obey ANYONE including her boss and her choice, when faced with the death of her boyfriend, is to date the guy she supposedly hates, instead of, oh, I don t know, SHOOTING THE PANSY VAMPIRE AS MANY TIMES AS POSSIBLE I know she supposedly loves lusts him and she s probably dating him because she s an idiot female using Jean Claude s stupid offer as an excuse to makeout with him, but I believe that as much as I believe that Peeps are magical fairies descended from Yoda of Vulcan.Or how about false modesty I m not the kind of woman to elicit jealousy on sight Not tall enough, not blonde enough, not Nordic enough, not exotic enough I m pretty, but I m not beautiful Yeah, you are so normal It s not like you are dating two hot guys one a Master Vampire, the other an Alpha werewolf And it s not like that bartender guy you just met asked you to his bed And of course, random men at a construction site wouldn t catcall you or anything The construction workers were appreciative Whistles, catcalls, and one offer to check under my skirt OhRIIIIIIGHT By the wayis this 1960 What construction workers are going to be THAT openly sexist I ve worked in a male dominated field and NO MAN has EVER done anything like that to me, because they know they ll get a nice, fat harassment settlement What about being judgmental Does that count She always this judgmental Larry nodded Usually Or what about knowing she gets away with crap when everyone else can t I could get away with being a pain in the ass, and most people wouldn t take a swing at me Or what about demanding very rudely to be called Ms instead of Miss , but when someone asks her to refer to him as Mr Sterling , Anita refuses and calls him by his first name I think I agree with Jean Claude, who provides this review s title Why do I put up with you You insult me at every turn But enough about Anita We re used to that by now What else upsets me about this book How about the fact that LKH feels that a novel is just non stop action scenes piling one on top of each other until they explode into one big shootout at the end that SOMEHOW solves all the previous mysteries How about ignoring that a child is missing and thought to have been captured by a pedophile vampire in order to have some vampire posturing How about the fact that nearly every male in these books is a stripper hottie straight out of a magazine and if this were a men s novel, people would be criticizing the male gaze How about how we can t have a person enter the scene without a blow by blow of what horrible fashion they are showcasing Jason was wearing black leather pants tight enough that I knew he wasn t wearing the underwear any How about how, in books that are supposed to be celebrating a woman s sexual freedom, Anita is embarrassed to look at Jean Claude s naked body not for being caught, but just for looking and admiring I was spared another glimpse of Jean Claude s naked body Now that the hormones were receding, I was embarrassed If this doesn t clarify what I didn t like about Bloody Bones , I have no idea what will But, Crystal, why are you rating this 2 stars It sounds like you really hated this book Yes, the dislike hate for this book runs strong However, there were things I liked I liked Larry and how he is learning and coming into his own He feels like the Anti Anita he says some rude things occasionally, but he also has boundaries and knows when to say things and when not to I actually really liked Jason he seems pretty no nonsense, confident in his position and straight shooting for the most part I also thought the initial mystery was pretty interesting too bad it got buried in vampire posturing and overlong shootouts I liked being away from St Louis, being away from Anita s relationship drama though, Jean Claude does appear and bring it with him.When I started reading Bloody Bones , I thought this would be my favorite of the 5 books I ve read But if I had to list only one reason why I didn t like it so much, it would be Anita I just do not like her as a character I don t care whether she survives I don t care about her dating life I don t care if she ends up as a rug at the end of the book If I weren t trying to follow the series to the turning point in Narcissus in Chains , I would probably abandon the series right here.If you are already a fan, I doubt you will be as annoyed by this book as I was, particularly if one of the reasons you are reading these is because you like Anita Newcomers can probably just jump in at this book and not have too much problems catching up If you weren t very sold on this series with the earlier books, however, I don t think this one will suddenly change your mind about Anita and the series. So, the name of this book is Bloody Bones, right Well, it is named after a restaurant in the book called Bloody Bones I have to wonder how many of us would be willing to eat at a place with that name Seriously, they need to fire the person who came up with that one, cuz yuck and mooingOh, and I found another fun fact about this book Anita actually says a word often than Nike It s Browning , and apparently it s some kind of gun that she really really likes The word Browning is in the book 45 times Anita loves her guns as much as other people love their babies And, just like those new parents, she never shuts up about it although, this is a perfectly reasonable response to a spider in my opinionSo, in this book, we get Anita traveling to the big flashy city of Branson to do a large job that involves raising a boatload of dead bodies to ask them their names And, while she is there, surprise surprise, there happens to be a vampire serial killer that she also needs to catch And, there are fairies beautiful fairies with glittery love powers um,,,,yeah, that s gonna stick with me for a while.Anita ends up needing help from Jean Claude and I have to say that I am kind of loving him at this point He dresses up Anita s apprentice, Larry, like a stripper, and he gets drunk off of blood and has a giggling fitlet s get out of here before fangface busts a gut Jean Claude was doubled over with laughter He seemed to think fangface was outrageously funny. He also finds Anita s swearing amusing I like that in a man My husband actually got shocked when he read one of my reviews that had the f word in it It s his fault for encouraging me by laughing anytime I say it I Got a Hot date with my girlfriend AnitaShe s All mine And my friend Shelly just let me borrow her copy of this book