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Hellsing by Kohta Hirano

Rated by Library Staff (not verified)
Jul 16, 2010

 I read the first eight volumes of this some time back—between one and four years ago—and the other day I noticed that volumes nine and ten were available, picked them up, and concluded the series.

I suppose I have a love-hate relationship with Hellsing, and for two very obvious reasons.

On the side of love are Sir Integra Wingate Hellsing, the titular heroine of the series, a no-nonsense, hard-as-nails woman whom singlehandedly runs an organization devoted to keeping England free of freaks and monsters, and her primary servant, Alucard. That's "Dracula" backward for a reason. Alucard is a

Flirt by Laurell K. Hamilton

Rated by Lisa J.
Apr 3, 2010

Flirt by Laurell K. HamiltonIn the 18th Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter series, Laurell K. Hamilton gets back to the basics of what made Anita so popular. Anita, also an animator of zombies, has to turn down a client who has unrealistic ideas about raising his deceased wife as a zombie and taking her home. Anita tries to explain why this wouldn’t be a good idea but the client, Tony Bennington, has more money than sense when it comes to raising his wife from the dead. Anita refuses him and he leaves apparently sad but resigned. Anita also sees another client that same day who also offers exorbitant funds for raising her