Dead Reckoning by Charlaine Harris

Charlaine Harris’ eleventh in the Sookie Stackhouse novels was enjoyable if a little light compared to others in the series.  It felt a bit more like setting up for the final books then a story in and of itself.  Not that I didn’t like spending time with the characters I’ve grown to love, and Harris’ writing is as always a joy to read.  It was just a little bit too much been there done that.  Sookie was beyond some of this in the last few books; it feels like she has regressed a tad. 

Still, very much looking forward to the next installment!

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2 Responses to Dead Reckoning by Charlaine Harris

  1. Ah, I’m sorry to hear this. I’ve got the book, but I haven’t started reading it yet. I’ve very much loved her other books, though I haven’t been much of a fan of the True Blood HBO series (it’s not true enough to the books for me). I haven’t read her other books, though I think I’ve actually purchased a couple to try out. Such a bad habit I have of buying books and then not reading them!

    • Wazeau says:

      I enjoy the HBO series a lot but I keep the two separated in my mind or I get disappointed in how they have diverged, as you say. I’m a big fan of Eric 🙂

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