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The 5th addiction...

  • Mar 29, 2010
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Sookie is back and this time there's kissing and shooting and politics and tigers, oh my! This is such a silly little series, but it is oh so addictive. A lot happened in this book, from the various kisses to the fight to be packleader of the Weres. I liked how this book was written and laid out there. There was no lagging parts or holes in the story. I would say it's a must read for those that have read this series, but you're probably already addicted.

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Starred Review. Harris's rousing fifth Sookie Stackhouse fantasy-mystery (after 2004'sDead to the World) pits vampires, were-creatures, shifters and one fairy godmother against a sniper with an apparent aversion to nonhumans. If trying to discover who's behind the shootings isn't enough, the telepathic cocktail waitress from Bon Temps, La., has to cope with a few other distractions: her sexy "Were" friend, Alcide Herveaux, needs her help in his father's bid to become the next leader of the local werewolf pack; her boss, Sam Merlotte (a collie in his spare time), gets shot; her house partly burns down; and what's she to do about the handsome vampire bartender who dresses as a pirate at Sam's place? Between one mishap and another, Sookie is one busy gal. Harris does an admirable job of creating a heroine who's not only interesting but completely believable in a world of the strange and the different. Natural and humorous dialogue and a nicely paced plot that doesn't dwell so much on Sookie's old boyfriends help make this entry the best yet in the series.
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ISBN-10: 0441013333
ISBN-13: 978-0441013333
Author: Charlaine Harris
Genre: Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Publisher: Ace Books
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