Good sookie book
It is just like all the other sookie books
Bill, he gets better with every book but johanna is a wonderful performer
This book felt to short, it left to much unsaid
I like all the characters. The story remains interesting. Johanna Parker makes Sookie's character lifelike. I wish Charlaine Harris could write faster! I cant wait to the next book.
The story seemed disjointed and thrown together at the last minute. It was as if most of the book was filler to make the deadline.
The characters did not seem true to form and the style of writing is very different from the first few books in the series.
Death of Jannelin
not really...I am very disappointed to the point that I'm not even interested in the next book.
Johanna Parker has been awesome through this entire series. She does one fantaboulous job narrating. She is Sookie!
Oh My Gosh!
I can't tell you. It would give away the plot, and I hate that. Let's just say, I track Charlaine Harris interviews and knew that she would more in this direction, but I'm sad that she did.
She's really become the voice of Sookie. I close my eyes, hear her voice and see Anna Paquin's face.
Yes, absolutely. In fact, I listened to it twice, back-to-back, to be sure I didn't miss anything.
I keep thinking that the series will "fall off" and get boring, but it just keeps getting better. What a fun time!
One of my favorite
Wide range of voices that correspond to how I think the characters would sound
Its all about Sookie!
Loved it, especially the last hour couldn't stop listening
A page turner
Sookie, hands down. She is coming into her own and evolving into a stronger female lead. Each book seems to reveal a new facet of her personality. I love her humor, strength of will and intelligence.
Eric. Parker portrays him as I see him in my mind: arrogant and shrewd.
I don't want to give too much away but the ending made me go "What?!! You can't leave it here without Sookie and Sam hashing out her feelings for him. Also I wanted to know what Eric thought of the whole thing." I am itching for the next book.
This is an excellent read and one of my favorites in the series. Definitely buy it.
Entertaining, but not engrossing. I love Sookie and can't say I regretted listening to this installment -- but I do wish more had transpired. In the end, it felt like the book was over in an hour. Maybe Charlaine is running out of ideas.
I am looking forward to the next one. I liked this one. This one is better than the last one, which was better than the one before it. People have commented on the last few, saying that they haven't been as good. I agree to a point. The books have for sure taken a dark turn. I like Sookie. I have always liked her. I am the first person to complain when a female protagonist is whiny and stupid but Sookie has never claimed to be the smartest or bravest person, and she calls herself on her faults. Parker does a nice job as narrator.
I love this series and I have listened to every book, but this book was a huge disappointment. It was as bad as I woke up and it was all a dream. Eric played little or no role in this book. There were no steamy love scenes. 90% of the book is in Sookie's head and her perception of her miserable life. Everyone loves Sookie, and yet she still isn't happy. The Fairies are weird and out of place.
The plot, Sookie has chopped and changed love interests too much. Sookie is preoccupied with money, and whinges about having to pay her electricity, there was too much mundane parts to the book. I kinda wanted Sookie to die.
Johanna Parker is an outstanding narrator and has been very consistent with her characters.
I watch True Blood.