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- Print Length: 337 pages
- Publisher: Ace; 1st edition (March 25, 2008)
- Publication Date: March 25, 2008
- Sold by: Penguin Group (USA) LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B000QCSA3Q
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,846 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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- Book 7 of 13 in Sookie Stackhouse (13 Book Series)
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When the action began, the novel was quite riveting. I liked some of the twists that went on toward the end as well. I also liked the inner conflicts Sookie was encountering. She has reached a point where she doesn't know if her life will ever be normal again.Read more ›
However, Sophie Anne arrives at the meeting somewhat depleted. Hurricane Katrina has ravaged her queendom, killing many of her subjects and doing untold property damage. Additionally, she is charged with the murder of her husband, and Sookie alone is witness to the facts that can exonerate her at the upcoming trial. Underlings vie for position, rivals plot overthrows, and potential suitors connive for a powerful alliance. In other words, your typical regional professional meeting.
Mix in Sookie's growing romance with were-tiger Quinn (grrrowl!), political intrigue and power plays, otherworldly bodyguards known as the Britlingens, and a cast of new characters representing vampire royalty from all over the U.S., and you have a wonderful fresh tale. I marvel at the imagination of Harris as she plucks new beings and social systems from out of seeming thin air and breaths life into them with absolute believability and skill.
This is a transitional novel, and as such some of the dramatic tension of the earlier books is replaced with laying the foundation for what promises to be a dynamite next chapter in this exciting and ever-entertaining series. Why does the cover art show Sookie clinging to Eric as they fly on an obviously preoccupied coffin? Well I'll let you find that out on your own.
Wrong about that--Sookie is perfectly written as the Southern blue-collar worker she is by someone who knows this area and people. So much of the author's work is dead-on perfect--says THIS escaped rural Southener--like needing a flashlight to walk down a country road because there is no light--at all! You need to have been there/done that to respect what a perfect detail that is to include. But I felt sorry for Sookie during this entire story. She is not being treated well by her paranormal associates and this gal needs a break! From the moment her hare-brained brother gets married in a ceremony with potentially serious consequences for Sookie to being pushed around by vamp politics, I wanted something nice to happen. She's starting to seem like a victim and I'm worried about her future. From a novel I read for fun and relaxation--I don't need that kind of trouble.
We deal mostly with Vampire politics in this book, as opposed to the Were community. Sookie is hired by the queen of Louisiana to assist her at an important summit. Guess who else gets to go? Quinn, Eric, and Bill to name a few. We also learn why everyone seems so impressed by Quinn, and its not just because he's a pretty face.
I quite enjoyed this book and would definitely recommend it! I was also delighted to see a cameo by Blue Moon dancers Sean and Layla. If you'd like to read more about them, check out the anthology Night's Edge.Read more ›
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I have enjoyed of lol the Sookie books. They seem to get better as we go. This is actually the third time I've read the series. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Really enjoying the entire series I have started watching the HBO Series that Follows the Books Closely.Published 1 month ago by Potiphar
One of the best books in the series so far, it gets into hurricane Katrina and how it effects the vampires in Louisiana. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
I love this series. We find Sookie working for vampires and doing what she does best solving mysteries and saving the day. You should read this book.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
This is my favorite book in the series so far. I enjoy how action packed it is!Published 5 months ago by Riki S. Dennis
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