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True Blood Omnibus: V. 2: Dead To The World , Dead As A Doornail , Definitely Dead

Charlaine Harris

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True Blood Omnibus: V. 2: Dead To The World , Dead As A Doornail , Definitely Dead

Synopsis

Blonde, bubbly Sookie Stackhouse loves her job as a cocktail waitress in Merlotte's, in her home town of Bon Temps. Sookie's cute, but it takes her a long time to make friends - perhaps that's not so surprising when you consider how few people appreciate her telepathic ability.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780575096899
Category:
Fantasy Fiction
Format:
Paperback
Publication Date:
2010-09-16
Publisher:
Gollancz
Country of origin:
GBR
Pages:
800
Pagination:
800 pages
Dimensions (mm):
234 x 153 x 45
Weight:
1035g

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    Better than TV

    21/12/2010

    Firstly, Dead to the World would have to be my absolute faveourite so far in the Sookie Stackhouse series. The relationship that forms between Sookie and Eric is intense, it shows Eric with quite the softer side but still with that hint of evil that we have all come to love. But at the same time her brother Jason goes missing. This book is like the beginning of soo much more though-out the series and honestly I have read and re-read this book nearly 10 times within 2 years.

    Dead as a Doornail: It was the first book I ever read in the series a few yrs ago and that was when I fell in love with this series. In this book, Sookie has alot to deal with, her brother 'the were-panther' turns for the first time and there is yet another murder in their 'quiet' country town. Eric is still trying to find out exactly what happened when he lost his memory, and will not stop asking Sookie for answers. He knows something 'deep' happened but not how 'deep'. It is up there in my evergrowing list of favourite reads.

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    Better than TV

    21/12/2010

    Firstly, Dead to the World would have to be my absolute faveourite so far in the Sookie Stackhouse series. The relationship that forms between Sookie and Eric is intense, it shows Eric with quite the softer side but still with that hint of evil that we have all come to love. But at the same time her brother Jason goes missing. This book is like the beginning of soo much more though-out the series and honestly I have read and re-read this book nearly 10 times within 2 years. 10/10

    Dead as a Doornail: It was the first book I ever read in the series a few yrs ago and that was when I fell in love with this series. In this book, Sookie has alot to deal with, her brother 'the were-panther' turns for the first time and there is yet another murder in their 'quiet' country town. Eric is still trying to find out exactly what happened when he lost his memory, and will not stop asking Sookie for answers. He knows something 'deep' happened but not how 'deep'. It is up there in my evergrowing list of favourite reads. 8/10

    Definitely Dead: Another road trip for Sookie as she gets word that her cousin Hadley, who turned Vampire has died 'the true death'. Sookie goes to her cousin's appartment and soon realises foul play. She becomes friends with a witch and soon things escalate to becoming more than just about her cousin. More were-wolves, ex-lovers and future lovers.... 9/10

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