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Mystery and Suspense
Author: Charlaine Harris
ISBN: 0441017010
Subcategory: Mystery
Publisher Ace Books; 1st edition (March 31, 2009)
Language English
Category: Mystery and Suspense
Rating: 4.7
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by Charlaine Harris


The Southern Vampire Mysteries, also known as The True Blood Novels and The Sookie Stackhouse Novels, is a series of books written by bestselling author Charlaine Harris.

The Southern Vampire Mysteries, also known as The True Blood Novels and The Sookie Stackhouse Novels, is a series of books written by bestselling author Charlaine Harris.

Charlaine Harris This is a true companion book to a great urban fantasy series!.

Psychic cocktail waitress Sookie Stackhouse finds herself in the middle of big trouble of the supernatural kind in this novel in the New York Times bestselling series. After the natural disaster of Hurricane Katrina, and the manmade horror of the explosion at the vampire summit, Sookie Stackhouse is safe but dazed, yearning for things to get back to normal.

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Dead And Gone (Sookie Stackhouse/True Blood, Book 9) by Charlaine Harris Mass Market Paperback . Praise for New York Times bestselling author Charlaine Harris’s Sookie Stackhouse novels.

Praise for New York Times bestselling author Charlaine Harris’s Sookie Stackhouse novels. It’s the kind of book you look forward to reading before you go to bed, thinking you’re only going to read one chapter, and then you end up reading seven. Alan Ball, executive producer of True Blood. Vivid, subtle, and funny in her portrayal of southern life. Entertainment Weekly.

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Charlaine Harris is the New York Times bestselling author of the Sookie Stackhouse and Midnight, Texas, fantasy/mystery series and the Aurora Teagarden, Harper Connelly, and Lily Bard mystery series. Her books have inspired HBO’s True Blood, NBC’s Midnight, Texas, and the Aurora Teagarden movies for Hallmark Movies & Mysteries. And reading of Sookie's embraces with the hapless vampire Eric is rather touchingly done.

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Author : Charlaine Harris. Genres : Fantasy, Romance. And Sookie, Friend to the Pack and blood-bonded to Eric Northman, leader of the local vampire community is caught up in the changes

Author : Charlaine Harris. And Sookie, Friend to the Pack and blood-bonded to Eric Northman, leader of the local vampire community is caught up in the changes. In the ensuing battles, Sookie faces danger, death, and once more, betrayal by someone she loves. And when the fur has finished flying and the cold blood finished flowing, her world will be forever altered.

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Psychic cocktail waitress Sookie Stackhouse finds herself in the middle of big trouble of the supernatural kind in this novel in the #1 New York Times bestselling series.After the natural disaster of Hurricane Katrina, and the manmade horror of the explosion at the vampire summit, Sookie Stackhouse is safe but dazed, yearning for things to get back to normal. But her boyfriend Quinn is among the missing. And things are changing, whether the Weres and vamps in her corner of Louisiana like it or not. In the ensuing battles, Sookie faces danger, death...and once more, betrayal by someone she loves. And when the fur has finished flying and the cold blood ceases flowing,her world will be forever altered...

Bulace
I still like this series, and this book, but there are definitely some fall backs starting with this book.

First off, some of the things that happen in this book seems almost rushed and thrown together. A lot of big story lines happen all at once in this, and it's a bit too much, and handled a bit sloppy, and it makes this book seem less thought out than the others to date.

***Slight Spoilers***

Also, the whole thing with Quinn. I like Quinn a lot, but that's not why I dislike what happened between him and Sookie. The way Sookie handled things was totally out of character in previous books, as well as books after this one. Which seems a bit unfair to Quinn.

I still like this book, I just don't like the poorer choices in how things were handled and thought out, which makes it flow less smoothly with the series than the other books.

Still enjoyed it overall though, and still love this series as a whole. :-)
Gugrel
I love the Sookie Stackhouse series. At it's best, it's a fun, campy romp through southern America with vampires, demons, fairies, and some romance. At it's worst, and this book is it's worst so far, it provides me with some silly puns to title my review with.

From Dead to Worse is described by the publisher as the "pivotal eighth book" in the series. Having read the novel, I understand why. There isn't so much as a unified plot or mystery in this book as there is a series of short stories, all arranging pawns and changing plotlines for future payoff. That's what's rough about this book: there is no payoff. This makes the entire novel extremely boring as we move on from one character to the next.

The writing style is great, as usual. Charlainne captures Sookie's voice and hometown with the same thrilling vocabulary we've come to expect. This book also has a "prologue" of sorts that acts as a previously-on-True-Blood type of device which was very helpful for me (I read these books at a rate of like once per year with a million other books in between).

I don't really have much else to say about this novel, if you can even call it that. Another reviewer referred to it as a series of vignettes, which is much more accurate. If you are already a fan of the series, this won't turn you off of it one bit. In fact, I am more excited to read the next one because it at least seems like its possible to have an actual mystery.
Saberblade
Luckily, if you're reading the 8th book in a series, you're pretty much committed to it at this point. I don't think this book is "bad" in the sense that it would turn anyone away from a series they have thus far loved, but it's definitely mediocre, especially compared to the other books in the series. If this had been the first book in the series, I probably wouldn't have even finished it, let alone continue reading others.

The problem I had with this book is that it felt like nothing happened, although quite a bit did. Everything felt so sporadic and disjointed that by the end of the book, it felt like what happened at the beginning had to have been part of a different book. There were plenty of interesting things that happened, but they were introduced so sloppily and then ended so abruptly that I just ended up feeling frustrated. The vampire war especially I felt was not given enough time. Some of the characters who died in that war deserved much more than a short mention in conversation. A lot of things that happened seemed like things the characters would never do or agree to, but they happened so that there would be a quick resolution to the situation. I found the last chapter a bit more intriguing than the others, but it was so far removed from the other storylines, like everything else in this book, that it was harder to enjoy. It really should have been the closing chapter of a previous book, since Hadley had nothing to do with anything else here.

This felt like a bunch of short stories all lumped together that had nothing to do with each other except that, naturally, they all had Sookie in them. On top of that, there was no mystery whatsoever. Usually, I'm trying to figure something out while I'm reading, but there was simply nothing to try to figure out here. It almost felt like a first hand narrative of some historical event rather than the present story telling that I've grown accustomed to in these novels. To me, this didn't even feel like a bridge novel to tie up loose ends. It felt like lazy writing, and as a fan, I expect much more than that. Will I continue reading the series? Absolutely. But I pray that the other books are significantly better than this one.