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on December 11, 2017
Sookie’s quiet life has turned into wonderful chaos if you will. I’m still a little unsure of why those guys liked Lafayette. As the author shows flashbacks of Bill’s past, I’m hoping to learn more about Sookie’s parents and how she came to be a telepath. Comparing the tv series to the book series, I noticed that the book moves very fast, but also delves deeper into the connections between the Parish people. I’m looking forward to reading more.
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on December 3, 2017
Like its predecessor, "Dead Until Dark", this novel is quite gripping as well as entertaining. It is the story of a young woman with the gift/curse of telepathy, who finds that she can enjoy a "normal" relationship with a vampire, because she can't read his mind. Relations with normal humans have always been impossible for her, because the thoughts she picks up from and potential partners are at least distracting, if not downright offensive. Of course, a relationship with a vampire is far from "normal" in other respects, but the tradeoff is worthwhile for her.

This series has many similarities to the Anita Blake series by Laurell K. Hamilton, but it is clearly not merely derivative. Any fan of that series should probably give this one a try; those who liked that series at the beginning but didn't care for the direction it took after a few books might give this one a try as well. Of course, there's always the risk that this series will go in directions that are unexpected as well, but through two books, at least, it seems quite worthwhile.
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on November 12, 2017
Sarcastic but funny Sookie Stackhouse goes to Dallas to find out where is Eric Northman's brother in "Living Dead in Dallas." Helping out vampires lead to more trouble that what its worth!

If you like reading paranormal books with dominant vampires and other otherworldly creatures, I highly recommend this series!
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on November 5, 2017
It was even better than the first time I read it. There are some typos in the digital version though. Be warned. I was disappointed in the typos.
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on November 2, 2017
Full of humor and interesting, both living and dead, characters, I thoroughly enjoyed Sookie’s adventures. I recommend this book to all who enjoy a paranormal story seasoned with a little romance and the flavor of a small southern town.
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on October 17, 2017
Loved it! This book introduces more supernatural characters and moves out of Bon Temps for awhile. Can't decide which of the supporting cast I like the most (yes I can - Eric), but the story itself is worth the read. You won't be able to put this one down.
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on October 2, 2017
Great
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on September 26, 2017
Bought it as a gift for my boyfriend and he absolutely loves it
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on September 24, 2017
My new favorite author and series
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on September 21, 2017
Another "can't put it down book" from this series. Loved it and I'm not a vampire-werewoft type of reader.
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