Hello everyone, and welcome back to the very last re-read *tear* of Charlaine Harris’s Sookie Stackhouse books. This week we’re recapping. Deadlocked (Sookie Stackhouse, book 12) by Charlaine Harris – book cover, description, publication history. In the penultimate novel in the #1 New York Times bestselling series, Sookie Stackhouse must work with her first love to clear her current undead flame.
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Npvel is the Sookie Stackhouse series? The Sookie I once knew and loved s I must tread carefully because this series is becoming as thin as the ice on a newly frozen lake. Roy Grace Books in Order: At least there weren’t as many of TB references as the last book. For our yummy dose of Northman. If you enjoy reading about the dullest, one-dimensional, Dollar Store generic versions of characters you used to love all while trying to slit your wrists with you favorite bookmarkthen pick up a copy of Deadlocked!
Yet another curiously addictive Sookie story!
Deadlocked (novel) – Wikipedia
This can be done without disappointing readers and gutting the soul out of the books. The novel begins with Sookie embroiled in the consequences of the events of the previous novel. Especially ones that have consumed my interest for years. Another Harris-penned, Sookie-themed literary abortion.
Which of course we all will read. I would have probably been able to overlook the writing if it had something else goi A truly torturous reading experience. A satisfying edition to a beloved series! Hopeful it would improve? After novsl child-producing sabbatical, Charlaine latched on to the trend of series, and soon had her own traditional mystery books about a Georgia librarian, Aurora Teagarden.
Deadlocked (Sookie Stackhouse, #12) by Charlaine Harris
That is not why I read them. I’m sad that Harris is letting this series die, as Sookie has been much loved. These is a lot of recap, recap and recap. The very blah internal monologue of a small-town blonde, and the story of her very negligible chalaine investigation.
This was a real bread-and-butter Sookie story and it works. At least now I have the recipe.
Eric, until the very last page, I will be rooting for you. She tries to keep up while running with all the supes. Okay, if Sookie had a good education, this book may have turned out differently. I think it’s unfair because Eric used to be this sex magnet sort of sweetheart who showed Sookie how much he cared about her but we haven’t gotten to see that Eric in a loong time.
I couldn’t give a shit less if she shaved her legs or not. I can’t believe that there was a time in the past that I actually used to enjoy this series. Before I absorb what I read and comment further, here is a positive review of the book. Oh and there was scary monsters too. Please, put it out of its misery while it’s still the humane thing to do.
Does Harris just wake up and decide that plot lines she wrote in to her past several books were a bad idea? Sookie didn’t go with Tara to the hospital when she was having the twins? Realizing now I spent most of my day where I was supposed to be sleeping reading this. I never thought outside of the book about the witchs’ spell that he could be so dumb.
But i agree after 9 they r not as good. I know that book 13 is supposed to be the final nail in the coffin of this series but I can’t even bring myself to get even mildly excited for it. Why drag on their relationship if they don’t end up together?
He just tells her to come at An now that she’s an adult, she also realizes that some things she knows about, she’d rather not see–like Eric Northman feeding off another woman.
And on that score, Deadlock is the last nail in that coffin. China Bayles Books in Order: By the time she figures initial shit out more bad shit happens to her and everyone around her. Honestly, I think CH is nocel these books because she’s mad at the bloggers who’ve ripped her a new one over the past two years, one.