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The general feeling I got from the book was that Harris tried to introduce way too much but did too little with it. Dead Reckoning [May 20, ] 24 30 Jun 04, Books by Charlaine Harris.

Dead Reckoning

Though I enjoyed reading this when I wasn’t overly frustratedit felt a bit hollow-I don’t know how else to describe it. How did you guess? Nov 28, Yui rated it liked it. Even the supporting characters are backtracking.

The thing is, I am a huge fan of characters evolving and changing over time. I’m sure I missed something along the way.

Not many get left behind, but all the interactions felt rushed. Jun 10, Jilly rated it it was ok Shelves: Facts I gave not a second’s thought to, because I could pop online and look ’em up, are all wetware storage reliant.

For example, Eric’s new daytime man – a person wookie should, at the very least, be trustworthy. Bill has gained some of my trust and love back.

Was it just me or did the plot go on vacation to a sunny beach and left the book hanging around our poor shelves as useless as a pile of dirt? She can’t sit on the sidelines when both her work and her love life are under threat – but as their plans gradually become clear Sookie finds the situation is deadlier than she could ever have imagined.


I would have expected them to be team-mates, work together, be strong together, but what I see is coldness and boredom. I read along slowly and with a mild interest, and then it was over. Gradually, Sookie is stakchouse into the plot-which is much more complicated than she knows The things about the characters that we all grew to love even if they were evil and unjust Ok, I’m pissed. Which can surely only be an anti sfackhouse, especially if Sookie does decide ultimately that what she wants is a nice domestic life, iced tea on the porch and someone to share it with.

Sandra Pelt – Ok, did you run out of people to try and kill Sookie? The characters have changed since this show into what’s on the screen. Preview — Dead Reckoning by Charlaine Harris. LOL, I am at a lost for words about what went down.

Dead Reckoning (Sookie Stackhouse, book 11) by Charlaine Harris

I understand Sookie is one of the more ordinary drad – to an extent- in a world that has become abundant in supernaturals, but I was desperately wishing for more action on numerous occassions.

Seems Sookie is content to live in her own world and complain “that Eric always makes decisions without her; like he’s always done because let’s face it, he’s a fucking vampire and Sookie is a telepathic part Fae reckning and doesn’t need to worry about half the stuff that goes on because she’ll deax it into her fool head to do something about it and then Oh, I don’t know, DIE!

Nov 27, Sarah rated it really liked it Shelves: Victor’s got his knickers in a knot because he felt he should be King of Louisiana, not just Regent. Even so, I did enjoy our time together and am looking forward to seeing you again next spring.


This is all great meaty stuff.

Eric is obviously in a starring role, and as much as I was rooting for a relationship between the two of them, you begin to see some problems here. There is so refkoning double talk and all around the subject, that i couldn’t get sookue it. After 10years she still couldn’t commit how many Sookie Stackhouse novels she’s planning to write. But, in the words of Lorelei Gilmore; “Oy vey with the poodles already!

I even liked Bill. Another thing I’ve noticed as the series has progressed is the lack of an overall plan for the series.

Dead Reckoning (Sookie Stackhouse, #11) by Charlaine Harris

What is Sookie going to do with her Grandfather’s gift? Refresh and try again.

Basically it’s about testing their relationship. Was Harris afraid we would forget about him? Not only do us fans get treated to the mistrust that Sookie has due to the bond, we get to experience Bookk face pummel Pam and Sookie not having enough balls to ask why. It seems as if Dad is foreshadowing someone playing dress up in Eric or someone else’s skin to potentially get Sook’s up the duff? What was Hunter doing in this book?

In this book, for the 1st time Sookie was more upfront. I get being upset, remorseful, even a little horrified, but I do not understand surprise at this point!!! Die-hard fans of the series.