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All Together Dead by Charlaine Harris
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Apr 27, 2012

really liked it

I do not like the series True Blood, though it takes its initial inspiration from this series, it long ago left any semblance to the Sookie Stackhouse series and I have decided to stick with the books the way that Charlaine Harris had written them.

When I first looked at this cover, I was wondering, “what the heck am I looking at”, but by the end of the book, I realized what a perfect cover it is. Though it does not tell the whole story, it shows a great deal more than you would think.

The Vampire Queen of Louisiana has enlisted Sookies' help in the upcoming summit. Since the death of her husband the King, and the hurricane damage to New Orleans, everything is in a righteous mess and it is up to Sookie to user her gift, or mental defect as she puts it, to sort out the power players.

As the summit convenes, the Fellowship of the Sun has made their presence known and there is some bad blood afoot. As alliances form, Sookie and Barry the Bellboy have to join their powers to read those around them and figure out who is killing the Queen’s enemies all before the building literally falls down around them.

Quinn’s story begins to evolve and Sookie is drawn even more to this man, Bill seems to be a thing of the past and if it were not for the fact that Sookie was forced into a third blood exchange with Eric, her life with Quinn would be perfect.

As you know, Sookies’ life is never complication free and as she travels home to Bon Temp, she must now decide how far she wants to be drawn into the vampire world and with her bond to Eric, will she ever be free.

I just love this series and the incredible characters that Charlaine Harris introduces in each book. Britlingen’s – who knew that they existed and could be such a fascinating bunch. If it were not for the fact that I am a bit skittish, I would love to live in the mind of Charlaine Harris for ten minutes just to see what she could come up with next.

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