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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I read the whole series in less then 2 weeks when I discovered them and I seriously need this book asap! Unfortunately, I spent much of this story feeling like this: View all 4 comments.
As this series progresses, it’s like there’s always 10 subplots within the plot. I always thought this is a good thing because every SS books is long well written story and always bring something new. It is still worth a buy and even if a friend lend me stackhojse copy I will still pay to get my own definitely. Are you my early present? And by that point, I kinda recognize the name, but I’m scratching my head trying to remember who the hell they were and what part they played.
She makes me laugh every time. Protagonists stuck in the emotional issues of the early twenties, struggling with self-awareness and relationships, usually rather feminine but stuck dea a non-stereotypically feminine role that highlights their incompetence.
Please start responding accordingly. Dec 02, Veronica Lucero rated it it was amazing Shelves: I’m going to go back and read the first book and pretend like none of this happened. See bottom of rev Welll Much of what she’s done has been necessary to her own survival, but she’s stackuouse sure she likes who she’s become. And even now I still feel more emotion than the actual written words.
Cozy and familiar, while at the same time sloppy, amateurish and blah. I cannot wait to see how see where she takes it next.
I waited a year, telling myself that the worrisome feeling I was left with after Dead in the Family was stcakhouse one-off sensation. OMG, she lost a limb!
He was highly recommended by Bubba and hates Victor and that was enough for Eric? Refresh and try again. Dead Reckoning, by Charlaine Harris 1 12 Jan 17, It really wasn’t a bad read all in all.
Half of the reason I love these books is the Eric and Pam relationship; I find them endlessly entertaining. And Evanovich’s Stephanie Plum.
Dead Reckoning (Sookie Stackhouse, book 11) by Charlaine Harris
A native of the Mississippi Delta, she grew up in the middle of a cotton field. View all 20 comments. And more than anything Sookie just craves peace. The series has lost its magic. I’ve softened towards Bill, though I can’t see the two of them ever reconciling –and we even have a surprise appearance from another potential suitor.
Sookie has always liked Terry and they’ve always been cordial, but it’s not like she’s ever spilled secrets to him or has been close to him at all.
Also, this novel in particular frustrated me as it left a fairly large plot point hanging. Bill plays a larger role in Dead Reckoning than he has in a while, and I found myself genuinely liking him not just feeling sorry for him for the first time in recooning a few books. Dead Reckoning by Charlaine Harris. Dead Reckoning, much like Dead in the Family, feels like filler.
May 02, Jen Davis rated it really liked it Shelves: