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Dead reckoning (sookie stackhouse/true blood, book 11) - Dead Reckoning (Sookie Stackhouse, 11) by Charlaine Harris



The Sookie Stackhouse Series (By Charlaine Harris) is a series of fictional books that was first published in 2001 and it is also known as The Southern Vampire Mysteries novels. The whole story revolves around its main character Sookie Stackhouse and is told in a narrative by its main character in the first person perspective. The author, Charlaine Harris, spins her own a tale of the supernatural with creatures from myth and legend, an old idea with her own fresh new twist. The series grew into popularity, so much that today it has spawned many spin-offs and even a television show.

Sookie Stackhouse is the main protagonist of The Southern Vampire Mysteries novels or the more commonly known Sookie Stackhouse Series (By Charlaine Harris), several spin-offs or short stories of the series, and she is also the main protagonist in the television show adaptation of the novels, True Blood.

She is, first of all, a 25 year old southern woman who works as a waitress in Merlotte’s Bar located in a fictional town in north-western Louisiana called Bon Temps. She has lived a hard life before the stories of the novels took place, having been born with an unusual talent that scared her parents, enough so that she was put through a mental health facility. She was a telepath, someone who has the supernatural ability to read or hear other people’s thoughts. She had also lost her parents at the tender age of seven and was even molested by her great uncle.

The Sookie Stackhouse Series (By Charlaine Harris) is a series of fictional books that was first published in 2001 and it is also known as The Southern Vampire Mysteries novels. The whole story revolves around its main character Sookie Stackhouse and is told in a narrative by its main character in the first person perspective. The author, Charlaine Harris, spins her own a tale of the supernatural with creatures from myth and legend, an old idea with her own fresh new twist. The series grew into popularity, so much that today it has spawned many spin-offs and even a television show.

Sookie Stackhouse is the main protagonist of The Southern Vampire Mysteries novels or the more commonly known Sookie Stackhouse Series (By Charlaine Harris), several spin-offs or short stories of the series, and she is also the main protagonist in the television show adaptation of the novels, True Blood.

She is, first of all, a 25 year old southern woman who works as a waitress in Merlotte’s Bar located in a fictional town in north-western Louisiana called Bon Temps. She has lived a hard life before the stories of the novels took place, having been born with an unusual talent that scared her parents, enough so that she was put through a mental health facility. She was a telepath, someone who has the supernatural ability to read or hear other people’s thoughts. She had also lost her parents at the tender age of seven and was even molested by her great uncle.

Synopsis: (From Amazon)
With her knack for being in trouble’s way, Sookie witnesses the firebombing of Merlotte’s, the bar where she works. Since Sam Merlotte is now known to be two-natured, suspicion falls immediately on the anti-shifters in the area. Sookie suspects otherwise, but her attention is divided when she realizes that her lover, Eric Northman, and his “child” Pam are plotting to kill the vampire who is now their master. Gradually, Sookie is drawn into the plot-which is much more complicated than she knows…

Review:
This novel is starting to get the series back on track, and I love it for that. I love the continued work on relationships between Sookie and others, particularly the development of her friendships with Sam and Pam. I was glad to FINALLY see Bill again, since we heard about him in the last couple of novels but it was more a passing mention. I’m not certain Bill actually loves Sookie or is more infatuated with the idea of her, but we’ll see in the long run.

I love the fae connections in this novel, though I wish we had gotten to see more of them and learn whatever they are up to, which is likely the plot of the next novel.

The Sookie Stackhouse Series (By Charlaine Harris) is a series of fictional books that was first published in 2001 and it is also known as The Southern Vampire Mysteries novels. The whole story revolves around its main character Sookie Stackhouse and is told in a narrative by its main character in the first person perspective. The author, Charlaine Harris, spins her own a tale of the supernatural with creatures from myth and legend, an old idea with her own fresh new twist. The series grew into popularity, so much that today it has spawned many spin-offs and even a television show.

Sookie Stackhouse is the main protagonist of The Southern Vampire Mysteries novels or the more commonly known Sookie Stackhouse Series (By Charlaine Harris), several spin-offs or short stories of the series, and she is also the main protagonist in the television show adaptation of the novels, True Blood.

She is, first of all, a 25 year old southern woman who works as a waitress in Merlotte’s Bar located in a fictional town in north-western Louisiana called Bon Temps. She has lived a hard life before the stories of the novels took place, having been born with an unusual talent that scared her parents, enough so that she was put through a mental health facility. She was a telepath, someone who has the supernatural ability to read or hear other people’s thoughts. She had also lost her parents at the tender age of seven and was even molested by her great uncle.

Synopsis: (From Amazon)
With her knack for being in trouble’s way, Sookie witnesses the firebombing of Merlotte’s, the bar where she works. Since Sam Merlotte is now known to be two-natured, suspicion falls immediately on the anti-shifters in the area. Sookie suspects otherwise, but her attention is divided when she realizes that her lover, Eric Northman, and his “child” Pam are plotting to kill the vampire who is now their master. Gradually, Sookie is drawn into the plot-which is much more complicated than she knows…

Review:
This novel is starting to get the series back on track, and I love it for that. I love the continued work on relationships between Sookie and others, particularly the development of her friendships with Sam and Pam. I was glad to FINALLY see Bill again, since we heard about him in the last couple of novels but it was more a passing mention. I’m not certain Bill actually loves Sookie or is more infatuated with the idea of her, but we’ll see in the long run.

I love the fae connections in this novel, though I wish we had gotten to see more of them and learn whatever they are up to, which is likely the plot of the next novel.

Dead reckoning is the process of estimating one’s current position based upon a previously determined position, or fix, and advancing that position based upon known or estimated speeds over elapsed time, and course.

Or put simply, dead reckoning is the process of working out where you are and where you might end up – based on where you’ve already been.

Dead Reckoning is Charlaine Harris’ eleventh novel in the Sookie Stackhouse series, and marks a definite return to the elements that make this series so popular. After a couple of necessarily “darker” instalments, this one literally rockets out of the gate – and it really doesn’t let up. This is a busy, action packed book with more than enough intrigue, angst, and surprising plot developments to keep us flipping the pages.


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