Welcome back to our reread of the Sookie Stackhouse novels by Charlaine Harris. This week, we’re reading book 11, Dead Reckoning. Dead Reckoning (Sookie Stackhouse, book 11) by Charlaine Harris – book cover, description, publication history. Booktopia has Dead Reckoning: A True Blood Novel, Sookie Stackhouse: Book 11 by Charlaine Harris. Buy a discounted Paperback of Dead Reckoning: A.
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Harris write the books just to get more money out of sales?
Though the books are kind of predictable in the way that you always know that Sookie and friends will have a problem, but you know that deaf always save the day, for me the stories have mostly stayed refreshing enough. It seems the longer this series gets, the less interested in the books I become. All it led to was the removal of some secondary characters reckonng had outlived their purpose. Recokning find myself left with a lot of answered questions from the previous book, but a hell of a lot more now.
I can buy that but then I didn’t need the friggin’ baby shower. Books by Charlaine Harris. All the books are about her escaping God knows who because they want her dead for God knows what reason. After 10years she still couldn’t commit how many Sookie Stackhouse novels she’s planning to write.
Dead Reckoning (Sookie Stackhouse, book 11) by Charlaine Harris
I wanted to punch him in his lovely face. I am not reading any more of this.
Sookie has to figure out who sokie targeting her, while helping Eric come up with a plan to get out from under Victor. I’ve been Team-Eric for as long as I can remember, but the cracks are forming. Excuse me for not wanting to read about Sookie cleaning her boo and selling her junk to an antique shop.
A new Sookie book is like visiting with old friends. It’s time for her to stop letting people walk all over her.
Want to Read saving…. Sookie also takes a very drastic measure to test her real feels for Eric in this book I guess a little “heads up” would have been nice. Sookie Stackhouse 1 – 10 of 13 books. Dead Reckoning, much like Dead in the Family, feels like filler. Okay, I’ve been stupid in the past. In short, I wouldn’t be surprised if in the end of the series Eric ended up dead, and Bill e It seems to me that Ms Harris is being more and more influenced by the show, which in case of the novel is a bad thing.
After a aookie sabbatical, Charlaine latched on to the trend of series, and soon had her own traditional mystery books about a Georgia librarian, Aurora Teagarden.
View all 7 comments. The first one is Sookie’s religious holier-than-thou attitude that was bugging me. Cliff It seems the boook this series gets, the less interested in the books I become. The writing is good. Even so, I did enjoy our time together and am looking forward to seeing you again next spring.
The basis of their discord, when it’s finally revealed, is real kick to the gut! The End hide spoiler ] And Eric’s been hiding a big secret. The only people I will miss in the series: I get the upset in the first few books.
So, I think that this might be the end for me and Sookie. What will happen now?