All Together Dead
Betrayed by her longtime vampire love, Louisiana cocktail waitress Sookie Stackhouse must now not only deal with a possible new man in her life—the oh-so-handsome shapeshifter Quinn—but also contend with a long-planned vampire summit. With her power base weakened by hurricane damage to New... show more
Betrayed by her longtime vampire love, Louisiana cocktail waitress Sookie Stackhouse must now not only deal with a possible new man in her life—the oh-so-handsome shapeshifter Quinn—but also contend with a long-planned vampire summit. With her power base weakened by hurricane damage to New Orleans, the local vampire queen is vulnerable to those hungry for a takeover. Soon, Sookie must decide what side she'll stand with. And her choice may mean the difference between survival and all-out catastrophe. And with HBO's launching of an all-new show, True Blood, based on the Southern Vampire novels, the demand for Charlaine Harris and Sookie Stackhouse is bigger than ever.Watch a QuickTime trailer for the HBO original series True Blood.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: April 25th 2008
Publisher: Ace Books
Pages no: 323
Edition language: English
Series: Sookie Stackhouse (#7)
Re-reading this one was weird because there were a lot of things I remembered very clearly (Sookie and Barry working together, the bombing of the vampire hotel, Sophie Anne being on trial, Sookie & Quinn being kinda-sorta together, Quinn's sister's first appearance, etc.), but also pieces I'd forgot...
Title: All Together Dead Author: Charlaine Harris ISBN: 978-0-441-01581-8 Pages: 323 Date Started: January 11, 2015 Date Finished: January 13, 2015 I like it when all the vampires gather around in big numbers. Like, in this book they have this huge summit and all the vampires get together and have...
I'm unfortunately enjoying the Sookie Stackhouse-sequels less and less. Still entertainable and a nice light read, but lacking the charm it had in the first three to four books or so. I liked it better when the story took place in rural Bontemps instead of the shiny luxurious city scenery from this ...
I wanted to provide my review for just the first seven of the series, because they are the best. The rest from book eight onward just slowly trickle downhill. I was impressed with this series and it was one of the first that I got enveloped in with the characters and it's written in it's entirety a...
On a personal note I gave up with the True Blood series about half way through season five deciding I much prefer the world of the Sookie books to the Tv show. I had an idea to read each book before each new season but I loved the books more so that idea went pretty quickly. This book was one of the...