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When lycanthropes start disappearing, Anita Blake comes face to face with aspects of the preternatural world that produces nightmares.
Unlike the three previous Anita Blake books, the plot of The Lunatic Cafe takes more of a backseat to relationship development. Don't like love triangles, you might want to stop reading this series here.
Readers should know that this is an adult fantasy and contains:
- Details about a Pornographic movie
- Eating dead bodies
- Plenty of profanity
- Sex discussed
- Killing and a lack of concern over that killing.
The Lunatic Cafe also begins to show Anita's change from a moderately sexually moral (no sex before marriage) and religious (church going, cross wielder) young women to a sexually free, power wielding, killing machine.