As usual, a fast paced book with well developed characters in the series. I could not put the book down. The narrator is the best, too.
Although lighter in intrigue than previous books, I think Sookie and Eric fans needed the break. Johanna Parker does a fabulous job bringing the story to life once again. I am already longing for the next book.
I really enjoyed the story. I am sorry I finished it in 2 days because book 11 does not even have a release date!
Charlaine is truly gifted to keep me enthralled with this series, now 10 books deep. I really liked the route she took with this one. Bringing it back to the theme of family was really refreshing. I thought book # 9 was a little disappointing. This one more than makes up for it. Tons of action, but also plenty of the deeper, character building moments to round it out.
And the narrator does a GREAT Sookie Stackhouse voice.
Worth the wait, but I finished it in 2 days..now what??Panic..Panic!!! I can't wait for the next one. I do agree that to understand this book you really need to start from the beginning of the book series. I have them all and I can honestly tell you, they are my favorites, I have listened to them over and over again. I might be a little biased because I am from Louisiana and love to read about places and surrounding that I can relate to. If you have read them all, it is a must read!
Charlaine Harris never fails to entertain me. Johanna Parker, as always, does a great job narrating. Every book to this series is better than the last and this one did not fail to deliver the shocks & laughs I look forward to. The only complaint I have is that it ended too fast for me, but that is always my complaint. I never want it to end! Is the next one out yet??
I usually read books by this author but just don't have the time to sit for hours and enjoy a book. This audio book was wonderful and can't wait for the next release by this author...she is one of my favorites.
Another great book. Eric and Sookie's relationship evolves, but an unexpected visitor puts a strain on it. Another fairy and a few werewolves put Sookie into danger again. What is a woman to do?
I love this series, but this book was a little thin on plot. There is no real character arc. There are just a series of things going on. There is a slight mystery, but no real tension is built. The reader's accent and inflections are annoying. Sookie's voice winds up being a cross between Cajun and whiney. I'll buy the next one that comes out, but I hope there is more plot and they have a different reader.
I am a retired Court Reporter and I LOVE books. All kinds of books but my favorites are mysteries and period books. I like civil war books and some biographies.
Another homerun for Ms. Harris. I hope it won't be the last in the series. I'm ready for another.