Ok, so lets continue with questionable content. And I don’t mean one excellent webcomic, although the time probably will come for a webcomic post. Questionable Content… over 3000 episodes, 12 years of history, great start, likeable characters and some of the typical problems of a successful webcomic… but I’ll save my observations for later. I can certainly recommend this one, I like it a lot and I even have a t-shirt to prove it 😉
Actually, I might do the webcomic post next week… but now I’ll move to today’s topic.
Guilty Pleasures, volume one in Laurell K. Hamilton’s Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter series. I’ve mentioned that series a few times before. It usually went something like “and it was early-Hamilton good, not late-Hamilton cringeworthy”. And I meant it. Guilty Pleasures is a novel I’ve read with great pleasure, hardly any guilt, really, and I immediately ordered the next one. And the next, and the next. Somewhere around novel no 5 I started feeling less and less comfortable, when I realized it went from urban fantasy to paranormal romance to paranormal porn. But lets start with a short review of the first, and best, of these books: