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Dead and Gone: A Sookie Stackhouse Novel Mass Market Paperback – Apr 6 2010
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"A magical and mysterious twist on traditional vampire stories." -- Houston Chronicle
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Charlaine Harris is the New York Times bestselling author of the Southern Vampire series, the Aurora Teagarden series, and the Lily Bard novels, along with several stand-alone titles.See all Product Description
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I went out this past week and got Dead and Gone.
I cannot believe how poorly written this book is and how little attention to detail there was.
I hope the next book is back on track
This book was o.k. and fans will generally enjoy it. It is a familiar cast of characters and while the story seems jumpy at times it was a good read. That being said I find there is little new in discovery with her characters and the world which she has created now seems constrained. There was little new discovery of the world and the character stories seemed stayed. For the most part this was a basic murder mystery just set in an already well developed world. Again, I enjoyed the series immensely, thought this book was o.k. but will be moving on.
I was a little hesitant in getting this book after reading some of the reviews. I have found that as the Sookie series continues, it has lost momentum. I think after the first 4 or 5 books, I began to expect that bit of intense romance nested somewhere in each book. I loved Dead to the World, when Sookie has a romance with Eric. But I have decided to see the series through, even if it means spending more money, and wondering if (as lots of other reviewers have) the series will end in Sookie having matured and learned from her adventures and romances, with a happy (weird) ending. Since I braced myself for the violence against pregnant women (which I didn't actually find too heavy handed, although I did find Claudine's death while expecting unnecessary to the story), and was resigned to the fact that this book would not find Sookie making any major romantic decisions, I enjoyed it very much.
Most recent customer reviews
Book was purchased as a gift for a loved one. I cannot offer a review.Published 3 months ago by jeff
Sookie starts out pretty happy in this book because her relationship with Eric Northman finally gets back to the bedroom. Read morePublished 4 months ago by I taylor
These books are all wonderful. I love all the characters and with the series being so many books you get to 'know' everyone and you look forward to what they are going to do nextPublished on Jan. 27 2014 by Shelley
I adore the Sookie Stackhouse series, and I'm such a huge True Blood fan. These books are much different that the TV series, and I think they are even better.Published on Aug. 26 2013 by A. Bagnall
Love these books, they r so great! Tv show is good too. I need to c if the new book is out yet..Published on July 27 2013 by megan