Dead Until Dark
Visit our Sookie Stackhouse series feature page. Sookie Stackhouse is just a small-time cocktail waitress in small-town Louisiana. Until the vampire of her dreams walks into her life-and one of her coworkers checks out.... Maybe having a vampire for a boyfriend isn't such a bright idea. show more
Visit our Sookie Stackhouse series feature page. Sookie Stackhouse is just a small-time cocktail waitress in small-town Louisiana. Until the vampire of her dreams walks into her life-and one of her coworkers checks out.... Maybe having a vampire for a boyfriend isn't such a bright idea.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: May 1st 2001
Publisher: Ace Books
Pages no: 292
Edition language: English
Series: Sookie Stackhouse (#1)
The second time around, I still really liked this book. There are some problematic things in here, like Bill's behavior, though. The one scene with him that always stands out and doesn't sit well with me is when Sookie is worried he was killed with the Monroe vamps and she goes out to the cemetery t...
I jumped on the bandwagon of falling in love with the characters on the show True Blood. I have been dying to read the books but never was able to find them in my library and I read other reviews and it was all a mixture of ups and downs. Finally was able to borrow the book from overdrive and was e...
Ever since vampires came out of the coffin (as they laughingly put it) four years ago, I’d hoped one would come to Bon Temps. We had all the other minorities in our little town - why not the newest, the legally recognized undead? This is the first installment of the Sookie Stackhouse series, of whic...
Sookie Stackhouse is a small-time cocktail waitress in small-town Louisiana. She's quiet, keeps to herself, and doesn't get out much. Not because she's not pretty. She is. It's just that, well, Sookie has this sort of "disability." She can read minds. And that doesn't make her too dateable. And then...
21/2 - The only reason I didn't give this five stars is because I didn't think it was long enough and Harris changed tenses a lot, making the reader confused as to whether the events she was talking about were happening in the past or the present. Although I thought it could be longer I didn't feel ...
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