Dead Reckoning

21 Jun

Just when I thought Charlaine Harris was through with the Sookie Stackhouse we all know on paper here comes Dead Reckoning. I mean after all Ms. Harris must be busy with the hit HBO series, True  Blood, which is (loosely?) based on her sci-fi romance series…

Allow me a brief review dear readers–it’s a perfect beach read (much like the rest of the series). Not as decadent as the rest of the books, the eleventh installation still leaves Ms. Harris enough room to create many more installments. At the conclusion of the novel, readers are left seriously contemplating the turbulence of Sookie’s love life. Cute blondes who are part fairy are people too after all, right? It’s perfectly normal to sympathize with them.

As previously mentioned, Sookie’s constant descent into the supernatural world cannot be considered serious literature (forgive the category dear readers!), but instead serves as a delicious guilty pleasure for poolside tanning or some pre-r.e.m. entertainment.  Let this serve as my fair warning…

In other news, stop by to see details on how you can have a character named after you in the 12th book.  Just pray your character doesn’t die, as that tends to happen to many characters in this series.

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