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Every Sookie Stackhouse short story ever written—in one special volume—from the New York Times bestselling author. Now, for the first faify, here is every Sookie Stackhouse short st Every Sookie Stackhouse short story ever written—in one special volume—from the New York Times bestselling author.
Now, for the first time, here is every Sookie Stackhouse short story ever written—together in one volume. Now, Ace is pleased to republish her second novel in the series in hardcover. In this book, Sookie is pursued by a very sexy vampire—and a very deadly monster. Hardcoverpages. Published October 6th by Ace first published January 1st Bon Temps, Louisiana United States. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
To ask other readers questions about A Touch of Deadplease sign up. The numbering of the series fair quite confusing George And if you do read this one, you will find spoilers for plot points in the major books. See 1 question about A Touch of Dead…. Lists with This Book. Aug 01, Jayson rated it liked it Shelves: Kind of like finding and placing the missing hinted at pieces of a jigsaw puzzle and seeing a more complete picture.
View all 5 comments. Feb 09, Jason rated it it was ok. Here’s a fun joke you can play on someone! Loan them your copies of the Twilight books.
Now, if you’ve chosen to play this joke on someone capable of experiencing love, wait for them to breathlessly return them to you.
Then, when they ask you what other books you like, loan them the Sookie Stackhouse novels. Check in with them periodically. Smile and nod when they compare Bill to Edward.
Wait until they’ve gotten through the first three books, and then ask them what they thought Here’s a fun joke you can play on someone! Wait until they’ve gotten through the first three books, and then ask them what they thought of the part where Sookie was finger-banged by a manticore. Watch their face fall as they realize how plausible what you have just suggested sounds, based on what they have read. What makes this even better is that, as they continue through the books, they’ll wish you had been telling the truth.
These books are trash. Wet trash on a hot day. I can not, however, bring myself to stop reading them. The box set is like a fresh pack of cigarettes, and you only go through them faster as you go along.
Charlaine Harris – Fairy Dust
You know they’re bad for you and you want to quit and all of your friends are encouraging you to stop, but late at night before you curl into bed, you take a few more drags from the next chapter. I blame that horrible mixed metaphor on the fact that I’m midway through book 6, and it’s starting to affect my brain. View all 29 comments. May 08, Choko rated it liked it Shelves: Not bad, just nothing too special Feb 02, Sarah rated it liked it Shelves: Fairy Dust view spoiler [ I have no idea how Sookie worked out who killed Claudette.
Which question was she answering? Lucky Okay story, not sure why they thought themselves lucky though. Gift Wrap view spoiler [ not impressed. What kind of great-grandfather gets his great-grandaughter a one night stand for Christmas? And how unlike sookie was it to actually partake?
The book cover is mesmerising red on black is beautiful The illustrations are absolutely incredible The stories are really witty and straight to the point Fairy dust – I love Claude and Claudine, I literally adore them. Fantastic who done it type story.
Dracula night – straight to the point, delivered a lot of charm and the writing style was beautiful. Classic beforehand research and your typically case of vampiro imposto.
Lucky – typical style of story writing, a story I would need to read a couple of times to really grasp what is happening.
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Gift wrap – brilliant and interesting. I do love learning more about the faes. Some good surprises in tha one. All in all as much as I love the show and the actual books, I really do live for the short stories.
Remarkable, beautiful, devastating and eye catching.
Jul 15, Grace rated it it was ok. Bizarrely, this book of vairy stories made me think less of every character appearing in them.
I guess Claudine was the only good one of those triplets. The mystery was pretty dim, including Sookie’s eureka moment.
I did not need to see Eric starring in “The Great Pumpkin”. On top of that, why on earth would Eric worship Vlad Tepes, who died in ? He’s half Eric’s age.
And claiming Tepes created a Golden Age for vampires seems ridiculous. Bullsh Bizarrely, this book of short stories made me think less of every character appearing in them. This should’ve been a scene in a larger book. Same as Fairy Dust, in that it’s a totally tertiary situation that gets rushed through. Only useful as backstory for the series, where Hadley becomes more important.
Why is this important. I do not know. Probably the best out of all of them – I liked the idea that magic has consequences. Even small local magic. So Sookie finds a man nearly dead in the woods, then defends him from a pack who show up to get him back, and then she has sex with the injured stranger. And the next morning, the “injured were” and the dusf leader” chat about how Niall arranged this all as a Christmas present for Sookie.
Charlaine Harris – Fairy Dust
You know – adventure and then random sex. There’s no good reason to read this. I thought I was missing something by sticking to the series, so I picked this up from the library. Oct 16, Megan rated it it was ok Shelves: I felt cheated by this one. Somehow, these stories left me with the feeling that I just read a short advertisement for the Sookie Stackhouse series. I mean, Harris spends so much time explaining every single stinking detail of Sookie, her life, charlanie friends in Bon Temps and the surrounding area, that very little story is left for the actual And the stories don’t really hold up well on their own.
But a short story should be it’s own little mini-novel, right? These just don’t read that way. Harris really overdid the explaining in these. She narris have spent more time on content, less on the explaining of every aspect of Sookie’s life.
If the writing was good enough, the stories would work anyway. And the reader will be inspired to read the series If a person picks up a series sust the middle, it serves them right for being confused. And if a short story is good Jan 16, Richard Derus rated it liked it. Now, for the first time, here is every Sookie Faigy short story ever written— together in one volume.
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