Sookie Stackhouse is a cocktail waitress in Bon Temps, Louisiana. Now the vampires and the shapeshifters are 'out', you'd think the supernaturals would get on with each other. But nothing is that simple in Bon Temps!
©2011 Charlaine Harris (P)2011 Orion Publishing Group Limited
Great narration. I like to list this first as it can make or break a story.
Loved this story. Easy listerning and very entertaining. Will be impatiently waiting for any new books in audio from this author.
I really enjoy it when readers with similar reading interests list their favourite authors and series. It really helps me find new authors too follow. Mine are Charlaine Harris, Jeaniene Frost, Jennifer Estep, Faith Hunter, Molly Harper, Ilona Andrews, Kresley Cole, Deborah Harkness, Nalini Singh, Coreene Callahan and Sherrilyn Kenyon.
I love the Sookie series and am always waiting impatiently till the next one comes out. However, while reading/listening to this one I was always waiting for the book to get to the actually main event... while there is always other things happening throughout the other books there is usually a main event, i.e., Sookie meet Bill, Sookie saved bill, The witch war/saving Eric... etc...
But this book didn’t offer that, it just seemed that it stretched out a bit of an ending to book 10 and laid ground work for a book 12?... No major event happened and there were lots of questions left hanging, like the last few chapters have been ripped out...
Bit of a downer really, but, if you love the series then I'd still get the book, because if there is a book 12 then you'll be left behind in the storyline, like I said, this book seemed to lay the groundwork for the next book.
I love this series and I was really looking forward to this latest installment, but I found this book lacked something. I had heard this would be one of the last Sookie Stackhouse books and I was hoping that Harris would begin to offer some conclusions to Sookie's story. Instead, the books conclusion is frustratingly ambiguous. I really hope there is another book in the pipeline, Sookie deserves to go out with a bang not parked on the couch watching jeopardy.
Avid reader and listener. Especially (but not just) urban fantasy and romance
So, I hate to be the bearer of bad news and I can only imagine the hours the Mrs. Harris put into this one! I love the southern vampire (sookie) series, but for some reason I can't really relate to Sookie in this one.
Reading this is seeming more and more like homework.
The way Mrs. Harris is laying the foundation for the Sookie-Sam relationship felt forced to me. So much so, that I still can't finish the book! The book begins with constant references to how good Sam is, how Sookie would like to brush his hair, how he defends her, helps her... I don't know, it's making Sam seem even more boring (maybe she should just keep him as a pet). I suppose Sookie will eventually see the light and realize that she has been in love with Sam the whole time. Snore.
I put down 3 stars as a start. As I read I'm taking away or adding stars. Don't hold your breath, though. It's taking me longer than usual to finish this one.
Ah well... I guess I should press play...
BTW. Miss Parker did well, as always.
Hot romance/Sci Fi we're so lucky to have Audible to feed our book addictions. I love walking my precious dog Sydney & listening to my books
This book was another great addition to the series. I so love the True Blood series. Hope there is many more to come!!
"Not the best in the series"
I began growing weary when the fairy thing was introduced a few books back, but Harris was managing to keep a strong hold on the story and characters up to now, so I kept reading. This time the plot has come out so fluffy and uneventful that I'm considering giving up and settling with the tv series. HBO is less corny and there are no undead rock'n'roll kings around to make it look even sillier.
A good book but I found it a little dissapointing. It made more questions than it answered and Sookie didn't seem as awesome as usual. Still a great read but not as great as it could have been.
"Really good read, I truly enjoyed listening to it"
First of all the Sookie Stackhouse books are completely different to the well known TV series Trueblood, the scriptwriters have enhanced many characters that are virtually non existent in the books. The books are fairly slow paced but this is def. a Charlaine Harris writing trait. This book was a really good read and the narrator had Sookie down to a fine art. Her lovely southern drawl made the book akin to eating chocolate cake with whipped cream. She alternated her voice for different characters and in doing so brought them to life, especially Pam, her scenes made me giggle out loud. I really recommend this book to readers of the Sookie series and lovers of the supernatural genre.
Not sure about this one, I love the series and have enjoyed them very much, but this one seems different and not as exciting as the others but i would still buy it to keep up to date. Was kinda disappointed with this one though.
"Another gripping read"
I dont know how she does it but it keeps on coming. Brilliant book and well read by Johanna Parker.
This book is very entertaining and I could not stop until I had read the whole book. I loved the mix of characters and the plot of the book. You can listen to the book whilst basking in the sun in the park or whilst taking a walk. Absolutely beautiful.
From the minute this audio started I was pulled in, it was an enjoyable listen and I'm looking forward to the next release, the readers voice, ( although starts slightly annoying with the southern slur ) soon has you caught up in the story! It truly is a must for any true blood fan!! :)
This is not my favorit book but sookie is the best as always : witty and sexy as we love her :-)
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