Book #32 was Definitely Dead, the sixth book in Charlaine Harris’s Sookie Stackhouse series. The back of the book reads:
Spiked with a "frothy fusion of romance, mystery, and fantasy" (Publishers Weekly), this "deliciously fiendish…increasingly riotous series" (Dallas Morning News) sends the supernaturally gifted cocktail waitress to New Orleans, where she has to deal with the legacy of one of her own family and a host of potentially dangerous characters.
Some parts (the relationship parts) of this series keep getting better. Maybe because Sookie’s moving further away from Bill with each book? I now feel totally justified in my dislike of him from the start, plus, I like Sookie with a shapeshifter. Unfortunately, the plot here wasn’t that great. It seemed a little cobbled together, like the author just needed a reason to get Sookie out of town and to New Orleans for a while. There’s a couple of small bombshells dropped that will impact later books, but overall, the plot didn’t do much to further Sookie’s story (and the reenactment stuff was just plain weird). Though now that I’m thinking of it, what *is* Sookie’s story arc? I’m really not sure. I’m not a fan of Bill, but I would like to see Sookie interact more with Eric and Pam again.
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