Club Dead (Sookie Stackhouse / Southern Vampire Series #3)
Sookie's boyfriend has been very distant-in another state, distant. Now she's off to Mississippi to mingle with the underworld at Club Dead-a little haunt where the vampire elite go to chill out. But when she finally finds Bill-caught in an act of betrayal-she's not sure whether to save him...or... show more
Sookie's boyfriend has been very distant-in another state, distant. Now she's off to Mississippi to mingle with the underworld at Club Dead-a little haunt where the vampire elite go to chill out. But when she finally finds Bill-caught in an act of betrayal-she's not sure whether to save him...or sharpen some stakes.
Format: MP3 CD
Publish date: April 17th 2009
Publisher: Recorded Books
Pages no: 274
Edition language: English
As expected, the book follows Sookie Stackhouse, the telepathic waitress from Bon Temps through another set of adventures filled with tension, mystery and a healthy dose of supernatural. After the mishaps from the previous books, the romance gets pushed on the back burner. Vampire Bill seems less in...
I couldn't remember why I'd rated this one lower than the first two, but pretty quickly I found out again. For one thing, Sookie--while still a mostly strong and independent woman in this book--was so whiny and just...not the Sookie I'd come to love from the first two books. I get it, though. Real p...
Things between cocktail waitress Sookie and her vampire boyfriend Bill seem to be going excellently (apart from the small matter of him being undead) until he leaves town for a while. A long while. Bill's sinister boss Eric has an idea of where to find him, whisking her off to Jackson, Mississippi t...
Let me just tell you, after reading this I am so Team Eric, it's ridiculous. Screw you, Bill Compton!I am outraged for Sookie, on her behalf, mostly because she doesn't have the sense to be adequately outraged for herself apparently. Bill ditched her, simple as that. He went running off to do the qu...
Not as good as the previous 2 novels in the series but better than average plot. It follows True Blood almost exactly (or rather the other way around).
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