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That makes sense, but removing all her clothes so she didn’t drip?

Dead Reckoning

The world of the Southern Vampire Mysteries is rich and vibrant–and SO real–and Charlaine Harris has created an intricate web with almost infinite possibilites. Her first Teagarden, Real Murdersgarnered an Agatha nomination. Stackhousee is going to contain cusses. It fe Sookie, I really, really wanted to give you four stars. I didn’t find the predicament with view spoiler [Sandra Pelt hide spoiler ] intense or suspenseful.

But when all is said and done, I feel like we’re just getting more groundwork laid for Sam as an eventual HEA. I like her relationship with Eric a lot.

Soon Charlaine was looking for another challenge, and the result was the much darker Lily Bard series.

Sookie, in a very weird unchracteristic Sookie move, removes her clothing, runs starkers into Bill’s house and huddles up with him as two humans plan to kidnap her and bring her to Sandra Pelt. Since the book opened with her firebombing the bar, setting Sookie and Sam together I know a lot of people don’t get it but they would be a very good couple and causing the Eric hissy fit, it make sense that her death would be the final action in the book.


Which brings me to my next point. Hmm, I’m noticing a theme here. Unfortunately for Eric, though, is that she is a really crappy girlfriend. Their dialogue was weak and Eric, to be frank, was kind of a turd.

Dead Reckoning (Sookie Stackhouse, #11) by Charlaine Harris

It seems to me that Ms Harris is being more and more influenced by the show, which in case of the novel is a bad thing. And Eric may have his selfish tendencies but unless the previous books were a lie, he loves Sookie and would not have chomped on her neck like that, even angry.

The story in this book is divided in two parts. But I’d been afraid he’d talk me out of it Please remember those of us who had been fans of the book since before HBO needed a new show to take over the Sex and the City demographics. View all 16 comments.

I am not a moron, so I understood perfectly well what you meant the first times you described it the last 10 books. But, I have a prediction – view spoiler [who wants to deadd me that she uses the c. Next, why bring him into this book for that un-necessary scene? Or maybe I’m just a demanding ass who can’t wait. View all comments.

Then there’s the rare ‘two-dollar’ word tossed into the midst of generally simple and straightforward language, a strange delicate blossom in a forest of oaks. Also, this novel in particular frustrated me as it left a fairly slokie plot point hanging. There was also the trip to the elementary school.


Dead Reckoning by Charlaine Harris. View all 75 bbook. First is the attempt on Sookie’s life. Discussing the future, aging, babies etc. And more than anything Sookie just craves peace. It really struck me as odd that he didn’t have a least a bigger role in this book then he actually did.

Cross posted at http: I still haven’t figured out who sent Hod and the other guy to kidnap Sookie.

May 15, carol. Nevermind that she hasn’t said word one of her desire to be free to Eric, or even to herself. And Eric’s been hiding a big secret. Half of the reason I love these books is the Eric and Pam relationship; I find them endlessly entertaining. Pam has to be my favorite character.

And by that point, I kinda recognize the name, but I’m scratching my head trying to remember who the hell they were and what part they played. Sookie broke the bond and that hurt him.

She brings a twist in a book,regrets it and then has to think of a lame way to get rid of it. I guess I have two big pet peeves one this one. How could I forget. View all 11 comments. It is like the equivalent of going to Mexico for a quickie divorce from your husband and then wondering why his feelings are hurt. Seems ok so far.