Sookie Stackhouse 7 Copy Boxed Set Paperback – Dec 16 2008
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Language:Chinese.Paperback. Pub Date :2008-11-1 Pages: full seven Sookie Stackhouse is the main character in The Southern Vampire Mysteries. a series of eight books written by bestselling author Charlaine Harris Contents: DEAD UNTIL DARKLIVING DEAD IN DALLASGLUB EEAD DEAD TO THE WORLDDEFINITELY DEADDEAD AS A DOORNAILALL TOGETHER DEAD
Top Customer Reviews
1. If you can commit to reading the series, although each book is a self-contained story I think the story is not as rich without the back stories.
2. Again my biggest compliment is usually in this genre after the first book or two the confines of the world are established and then each book is usually formulaic.. .with main characters.. Introduce new characters, some big event, main characters work through event, new characters die or are sacrificed for plotline. Charlene Harris ignores this and has a rich universe of well developed characters that are central and peripheral to many books within the series.
Time well spent!
I have just finished Charlaine Harris's latest Sookie Stackhouse book and I hope she is writing another. I have questions I would like answered ; like is Sookie going to choose Sam or Eric? After 9 books I am still invested in the series.
Like everything I have ordered from amazon.ca, this box set arrived in great conditon and promptly. I have always been pleased with the efficient service from amazon. I guess it's just a shame that now the box set doesn't include all the Sookie Stackhouse books. And the latest book Dead and Gone is so new it's only in hardcover which makes the set look less organized on a bookshelf. But it is better to have new material to read!!
Most recent customer reviews
Disappointing. Needs obvious editing. If you can look past grammar and spelling mistakes, then you may potentially find this an ok read.Published 17 months ago by Shonalee Hicks
This series got progressively worse as I read on. Too much hype in the public over this poorly-written, predictable-plot series.Published on April 20 2013 by Stephanie
I've read all 7 of these books in a little less that 1 month. I just couldn't put the books down! Charlaine Harris writes so cleverly, and she makes the story so interesting (and... Read morePublished on Sept. 9 2011 by Fia
Fans of the True Blood series will really enjoy reading these books. Ms. Harris has a funny, engaging writing style that grabs your attention and keeps it until the very last... Read morePublished on Oct. 13 2010 by MarvieMsMaria
I breezed through these books within a month or two. They are soooo addictive! There is a theme or pattern that develops eventually: Sookie falls in love, Sookie gets hurt,... Read morePublished on Sept. 22 2010 by mrswardo
The Sookie Stackhouse books are absolutely addictive. They are the grown-up version of the twilight series, there are a few steamy scenes in the novels, so stay away if that's not... Read morePublished on March 5 2010 by Sadie May
I fully enjoyed the series and have read the following two after this book set too. I read it and then re-read it again.Published on Dec 21 2009 by Mel
I read the sookie stackhouse book set and watched the 2 seasons of true blood and loved them both.I cant wait for the season 3 of true blood to come on television and for the next... Read morePublished on Nov. 12 2009 by janelle