Synopsis from Goodreads:

Sookie Stackhouse somehow survived the Faery War, but life never seems to get easy for Bon Temps’ telepathic (but tip-poor) barmaid. In the tenth installment of Charlaine Harris’s resilient Southern Vampire series, Sookie and heartthrob Eric Northman come under intense regal scrutiny, but there are dangers even closer at hand: The doors to Faery slammed shut before some Fae were able to return and they’re holding Sookie very personally responsible.

Review: I was very disappointed with this installment in the Sookie Stackhouse series. My disappointment was primarily because nothing happened in this book. There was no real advancement of the series or character development.  I was mostly just bored while reading this book. I look forward to each Sookie Stackhouse novel and so I was a little more than crestfallen at the poor quality of this novel.


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1 Comment on "Dead in the Family by Charlaine Harris"



Anna says...

I definitely agree, this book was pretty lame as far as the Sookie books go. I’m hoping Harris will come up with something a little more exciting in the next one, I need some more Sookie Eric love!

Anna @ Literary Exploration

Posted on November 13, 2011 at 10:55pm

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