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©2003 Charlaine Harris; (P)2008 Recorded Books, LLC
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Johanna Parker is a wonderful reader. She is a perfect voice for Sookie, and anyone else in the story. You can get lost in this book, very exciting, and at times, very sexy. Makes me want to visit Bon Temps and hang out at Merlottes on the weekend! All the books in this series is great. I recommend them and the narrator Johanna Parker.
This book has texture, plot, character, and humor plus a great reader. I have read the reviews about this series and honestly I think Charlaine Harris is holding up pretty well with a difficult competitive partner. HBO did not do well with this book, though the actors do seem to make up for the confusion in directing and writing. The only complaint I share with the other reviews is about Charlaine Harris' commitment to rereading her own work. The readers value her imagination and I would think she might find herself rewarded in some rereads, and so end some confusions. This particular book is my favorite of the series. I am surprised I continue to read the series and enjoy it. I would like the fun to return from the early books and this book in the series is not the only one to do well on all fronts.
I really enjoyed these books. I listen to this series while I work. They are easy to listen to and entertaining enough to help me through a repetitive job. I would recommend and listened to the whole series.
Only Sookie would be caught at Club Dead aka Josephine's with such a lovely Were. The story had me spellbound. Definitely worth the listen.
How can the characters in this year's True Detective be worse? Ferrill is asexual, drunk, corrupt, a child abuser and worse!
I can only say I feel silly for purchasing it, sillier still for listening to it.
I enjoyed this audiobook - the good and bad part is it leaves you wanting more. It ends and you're like but what happened with this one and that one and the other?!?
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