Truth be told, I rarely read books from a guy's perspective. Why, you ask? Because I usually feel like I can't relate to them. But with all the attention and good reviews I've been reading here on GR, I figured I'd give it a try. And I was NOT disappointed.Anna Dressed in Blood was one of those books that creeps into your mind and never leaves. It sits there and urges you to read it when you're not, makes you think about it all day, and even when you do finish, it's still all you can think about.Now, if you're squeamish: beware. This book is not for the faint of heart. Seriously. For a YA book, I was surprised at how gory some of the scenes in this book were. But don't get me wrong, I live for that kind of stuff, so I wasn't bothered by it. Okay, I lied. If anything, some of the descriptions made me scrunch my nose in disgust.Ms. Blake's writing flowed so beautifully, I couldn't stop reading. I found myself thinking about this book at every chance I got. I didn't do any of my schoolwork because it paled in comparison to reading this book. Oopsie O:)So with Ms. Blake's beautiful writing, I was transported into the world of Cas Lowood: Ghostbuster. LOL! Despite the dark attitude in the book, there were some really funny moments. Anywho, I loved all the characters. I don't feel like listing all their pros/cons because I honestly did love all the MCs. Finishing this book left me itching for more. I don't know if I'll be able to hold it together by the time the next book comes. /end fangirlingEDIT: I forgot to add one thing to this review. I really loved Tybalt, Cas' cat. My cat Blackie does the SAME EXACT THING to his tail. There are currently bald spots all over his tail, and clumps of black hair all over my house. (Don't worry, I took him to the vet but the doctor said he's either bored or has allergies LOL) So I pretty much almost cried when we find out Tybalt dies.. I was devastated. I guess I found it a little too close for comfort.