Thank goodness for Charlaine because now that LKH has turned into a romance, bodice ripper writer, Sookie with all her Southern charm and unpretencious bravado will have to take first chair from Anita.
I enjoyed every second of this book and I loved the narrator as well. I actually felt like I was there with them all and that is why I love books and audio books to begin with.
Don't miss this one... you will love it.
Sookie continues to develop as a character, becoming a little less wide-eyed, more complex, and still really lovable! I love the Sookie Stackhouse series, can't wait for the next one, can't wait for the HBO show, but a little nervous. Johanna Parker (narrator) IS Sookie, I don't know if I could listen to Sookie with anyone else's voice. I agree with other reviewers, start at the beginning and read them all - you won't be disappointed.
I think this book and the series are a great set of books. I like this narrated version, she did a good job with character aspect. I found it easy to listen to.
The first part of the book was a repeat of the other stories and quite boring. Every time she brought up something that had been covered in a prior book, she explained everything all over again. Way too much rehashing and if you hadn't read the prior books, you won't need to after reading this. The second part of the book was pretty good. Definitely worth the read if you liked her other books, but be prepared to be disappointed and bored with the first part.
I live in Michigan and have been a member of auible since it's onset. Hobbies are photography and writing...I am in the process of formatting my first novel for kindle and I hope everyone will read it. I LOVE AUDIBLE and listen to at least 3 unabridged books a month. !
This was my first Sookie Stackhouse novel. I looked forward to listening. I listened to the whole book.....painfully so.
Sookie can put the kettle on...but she's not my cup of tea. Really silly book.