Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Book Review: Anna Dressed in Blood (Anna, Book 1), by Kendare Blake

Anna Dressed in Blood (Anna, book 1)
By: Kendare Blake
ISBN-10: 0765328658
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Cas inherited his father’s line of work: he kills dead people. Now that might sound a bit redundant, but there are plenty of murderous ghosts on the loose for Cas to track down. When Cas hears about the legendary Anna Dressed in Blood, who is supposed to be the most bloodthirsty ghost around, he knows she is his next target.

It includes:

• Profanity (F-word, sh*t, b*tch, godd*mn, Jesus, d*mn, h*ll, b*stard, *ss, p*ss, douche-bag, p*ssy, d*ck, cr*p, and whore)
• Kissing
• Reference to wet dreams
• Implied sexual abuse
• Violence (slicing throats, disemboweling, a man killed his family with sheers, suicide, shooting, stabbing, and dead bodies and body parts)
• Smoking
• Spells, voodoo, and chanting with candles

Anna Dressed in Blood is a young adult paranormal horror novel that includes plenty of violence and swearing. However, the book is lightly written, humorous, and fast-paced, with not too many jump-scare scenes.

Readers who enjoyed Anna Dressed in Blood might also like:

Croak, by Gina Damico
Hold Me Closer, Necromancer, by Lish McBride

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