An avid audible book listener!
Johanna Parker did a fantastic job with the series. The books are very different from the TV show on HBO. The books are better than the series.
Charlaine Harris is a wonderful writer, with a fantastic imagination. She created a series that has really taken off and will continue to be entertaining even after this final book.
Dead Ever After makes you wonder what happened next in the world of Sookie Stackhouse. Happy to hear that Charlaine Harris thought about that and is giving us book that will tell us what happens.
The wrapping up of loose ends and the beautiful narration.
I've enjoyed the Audible series from the beginning, and though I'm sad to see it go, I'm satisfied with the way Ms. Harris ended the series, and I look forward to her next adventures.
In general as this series progressed (after book 8) I became more and more disappointed with Charlaine Harris. That being said, I just couldn't not read after becoming so invested in this series and the characters.
I have nothing against Johanna Parker as a Narrator. I think she does the "southern thing" well. I always appreciate a narrator who can give a distinct voice/personality to each character.
No, it's done and over with... I think leaving it with the rest of their lives to be lived out from that point on just works. Everyone can decide in their own minds how Sookie, Sam and everyone else in Bon Temps lives out their lives.
Thank you Charlaine for the story line. I may have been disappointed as time went on, I feel like you were forced to continue the books longer than you would have wished. But I must say it was well worth getting involved in, in the long run.
I have enjoyed all the Sookie books and True Blood, but I didn't like the wrap up of Sookie's story. Felt forced. It is a must read if you have read all the other books, but that's about it.
That end. This book storyline was BAD!
Return the book.
I have read the entire series and this was no way to end it.
Proud book worm!
Out of all the Sookie books this was disappointing...especially for it being the last. I was and wasn't disappointed but it was like this book was rushed to be finished and so much of it was flat.
I know that Ms. Harris could have made this a more exciting book, the sparkle is just gone. For a series that I love so much...I know it could have been to where all the characters could have been better written but somehow they got shoved aside after a few pages.
Johanna Parker is a wonderful narrator...she did her best on this last book as she has for all of the Sookie books.
To wrap up such a special series this book fell completely flat. I was so dissappointed with it. It's like Charlaine Harris just gave up and wanted to get it over with. Total let down after being such a huge fan.
Actually I can't think of anyone who would enjoy it, or someone who didn't know anything about the series.
Don't know, but certainly not another Charlaine Harris novel.
She did fine with what she had to work with.
Mostly the last two books were were a disappointment, but I felt sad at the ending of the series. It seemed like Ms. Harris had run out of ideas, excitement and especially passion.
I was neutral when it came to Sookie's lovers. Although Bill and Eric were the most prominent and I liked them both. I would have rather that Sookie had remained alone without a man than having to settle for someone who was in the storyline for convenience sake. She seemed shallow and flippant at the end, and all through the series Sookie was none of those things.
This book was so flipping boring. I struggled to get through it, and the plot lines were hard to follow. The whole direction of the book was just sad.