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As Burnt Offerings unfolds, Anita agrees to help track down a possible psychic firestarter. She's also policing the local werewolf pack, though she's split up with their alpha, Richard. Then Jean-Claude, the vampire Master of the City and her lover, needs her help to confront a visiting delegation of the vampires' ruling council. They wonder how he got the power to destroy a council member and believe him dangerous to the hierarchy.
This fast-paced, urban fantasy includes gore, hardboiled mystery and a romantic triangle. The vampires and werewolves are as three-dimensional as the human characters, allowing us to join Anita in wondering who the real monsters are and to understand how her increased personal involvement with them is alienating her from her human colleagues. --Nona Vero
The story centers around the Vampire Council and the legalities of vampires as citizens, and uses a lot more of vamp and lycantrope politics. Read morePublished on April 15 2004 by Essay
This is the first Anita Blake novel I have read and, while I found that it was competently done, there was little in the way of real atmosphere or suspense. Read morePublished on April 1 2004 by David Group
I have read all of the books up to this point and am beginning to get a little bored with the whole Anita/Jean Claude/Richard scenarios. Read morePublished on Feb. 15 2004
I enjoy this novel and the six previous ones also. However, I got burnt out after reading this book. Read morePublished on Nov. 15 2003
I love the Anita blake vampire series and have eagerly read every book in the series so far. I read this one and was left thinking, is this it? Read morePublished on Oct. 31 2003
Is it even possible for Laurell Hamilton to write a boring book?
"Burnt Offerings" was absolutely wild!! I loved this!!! Read more
The main reason I am giving Burnt Offerings only 3 stars, where I have given all the rest in the Anita Blake series 5 stars, is because it took me so long to read. Read morePublished on July 8 2003 by Amanda
The characters, especially the undead, go on and on and on about how powerful they are, but never really do anything. Read morePublished on May 27 2003 by Holly E. Wilson
Coming off such a strong entry (Killing Dance), I was disappointed with this 7th book of the series. Is Laurell running out of ideas? Read morePublished on May 21 2003 by William M Miller