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Dead Reckoning

The resulting two stand-alones were published by Houghton Mifflin. I like Eric, and it had some Eric-y moments. Then there were other problems I had that I suppose would be considered more trivial. How to write a great review.

Brilliant What can I say that hasn’t been said before. And now for my biggest issue. Her really feeling the isolation in this installment esp. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Overall rating No ratings yet 0.

One of the characters I like who ftee a grudge with Victor is Heidi.

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I wish I could say it met my expectations and then blew me away. May 11, Sue Herbert rated it it was ok.

One of my favouriate Authors This book was another great addition to the series. Their dialogue was weak and Eric, to be frank, was kind of a turd. There something about these books that I have always liked. Sookie Stackhouse 1 – 10 of 13 books.

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There may have been several smaller plots working at the same time, but, you charlains able to see progression within the book, as well as, the series itself. I bled with you-not only because we’re bonded, but because of the love I have for you.

Dead Reckoning (Sookie Stackhouse, #11) by Charlaine Harris

Even worse, you do it multiple times in a single book. She can read minds. Why was the blood bond so easy to sever? Eric, Sookie, and some oddly assorted allies decide that gunnin’ for someone is a two-way street after Victor is revealed as the force behind the new vamp club ruining Eric’s business, and fre roadhouse ruining Sam’s beloved Merlotte’s, in an unsubtle effort to make Eric come for Victor so Eric can be killed without explanation or expiation.

From the minute this audio started I was pulled in, it was an enjoyable listen and I’m looking forward to reckoniing next release, the readers voice, although starts slightly annoying with the southern slur soon has you caught up in the story!

On her way home, she’s mistaken for a deer, shot, and left for dead. The things about the characters that we all reckoninng to love even if they were evil and unjust Ok, Ddad pissed. I even liked Bill. After 10years she still couldn’t commit how many Sookie Stackhouse novels she’s planning to write. While I love Hunter and Sookie’s dealings with him, why was he in this book? A Bone to Pick. It served me as a charm throughout this book.


Harris put into this one! I really don’t think so, I may have to lay the Sookie Stackhouse series to rest. They should have matured in their relationship by now but they are like a new couple on their 3rd date. Charlaine is chalaine member of many professional organizations, an Episcopalian, and currently the lucky houseparent to two rescue dogs. View all 3 comments.

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Sookie has actually managed to become even more unlikable in t You know the expression “Jumping the Shark” for a television show that has been on too long and gotten horrible? Bill Compton admits his continuing love for Sookie, and proves to be a supportive friend.

And he’s not the only one. Around the Year i While we learn a lot more about Sookie’s gran, and her family history, some threads in the story I thought had been neatly tied up are unravelled again notably, an unexpected twist to do with Bill.

It was possible he didn’t know Hadley had had a child.