I am reading Laurell K. Hamilton’s new Anita Blake for the second time BECAUSE I neglected to write the review the first time I read it. The release date is tomorrow, October 11th and it’s only been a month since I read it. You would think I would be able to remember it well enough to review and I can. I just don’t think I can give it the justice it deserves. It’s a great book although there are things that happen that I really, really didn’t like.
Anyway, that’s why this week’s quote is coming from Crimson Death. I am reading it again. -sigh-
As long time readers of this series will know, Anita is terrified of flying. She doesn’t like takeoffs, landings, or anything in between. In this book, she has no choice but to take a multi-hour flight. Because she knows her emotions will be out of control, she has to contact everyone she has a metaphysical link with and that’s a really long list.
Her solution: group texts.
Yay technology. making polyamorous relationships better since the iPhone was invented.
And, once again, how did we survive without our cell/smart phones?
2 responses to “Quote-tastic Monday: Crimson Death”
Oh oops! Been there with forgetting and having to re-read. I have this one on my review pile still. Sick herd babes got me so delayed.
I can’t say I forgot. I just procrastinated. Not that it was a chore to reread it. I love Anita!