Sookie Stackhouse has one last adventure in store. Life has taken her from a waitress in Merlotte's Bar, Bon Temps, to part owner; from social outcast to the heart of her community; from a vampire's girlfriend to the wife of one of the most powerful vampires in the state. She has survived explosions, revolutions and attempts on her life. Sookie has endured betrayal, heartbreak and grief…and she has emerged a little stronger, and little wiser, every time. But with life comes new trials…
The question is, in the end: who will love, who will live, and who will be dead ever after?
Read by Johanna Parker. Johanna Parker is the narrator of over 40 audiobooks to date, best known for her mesmerising Southern Belle accent: the voice of Charlaine Harris' best-selling Sookie Stackhouse Southern Vampire series. She is a two-time AUDIE-nominated audiobook narrator and winner of Audiofile's 2006 EARPHONES AWARD.
©2013 Charlaine Harris, Inc (P)2013 Recorded Books
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"Dead Boring Ever After"
This was a poor finale to the Sookie Stackhouse series, which reached its peak at about book 3. It's a shame, as I was looking forward to an explosive and exciting ending to the series, packed with raunchy bits and loads of drama. Sadly, this was not to be, and this book limped home. Major characters ambled out of the plot far too early, never to be heard of again, and there was insufficient closure. Johanna Parker did a good job, as usual, it was just the basic plot that was lacking.
Love love Charaine have read/listened to all but this ones not my absolute fav book. Little disappointed.
Alcide always was always will be.
Love all of it but sad to think this be the last.
Not more true blood.
Come back vamps.
i have listened to all the sookie stackhouse books. i was a little disappoint by the ending to the book. it seemed Eric gave up fighting for the love of his life & let sookie down with out talking to her, left Sam to pick up the pieces, johanna parker great job in the narrating of the story
I have read the whole of the series.
I felt really dissatisfied - she ended up with the nice bland man - so wrong when Bill was waiting for her. I suppose you are expected to believe that the Vamps will leave her alone when she marries Sam - don't talk such rot - they would still want to use her services and they will find a way around their agreement.
Very, very traumatic and heart aching but sadly a final ending I didn't believe -
"tied up the loose ends"
well read although i did find i repeated a chapter or 2 to make sure i missed nothing. The adventures of sookie stackhouse come to an end in a nice neat way with no unanswered questions. Lots of previous characters return which is nice to see how their lives have moved on. My only criticism is that it felt hurried. If your a fan of the series you may be disappointed.
"stop all the hating"
What's with all the hating? we all wanted Sookie to live happily ever after with Sam. Charlaine Harris did exactly as she always does, writes a great story with great characters where Sookie is the star and ends up fine in the end. This was a perfect example of the Sookieverse we have all come to love. Johanna Parker is the perfect Sookie and did a wonderful job. I could go on listening to Sookie stories for ever. Sad that this is the last full story.
The final book and the wait was killing me but finally it all ended as expected, not the most exciting of endings but to have anything else really wouldn't have been fitting. I cant find fault apart from that, I have loved this series, laughed and cried and have a whole host of euphemisms I use on a daily basis thanks to Sookie (and Charlaine!) Sad to see it end but it has been a great journey.
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