Sunday, May 6, 2012

Deadlocked (Sookie Stackhouse, Book 12) by Charlaine Harris

Deadlocked is an excellent addition to this series.  The old, Sookie is back. Her strength and independence rear is head.

Old story lines are tied up and poor, Sookie has to deal with more problems than ever.  A dead body is found on, Eric's front lawn and if they can't find who did it, Eric is in some serious hot water. You would think that would be the worse thing to happen to her but it isn't!

Harris puts in a wicked, twist to the story and you won't see it coming. It was the last thing, I expected.  A major  issue between, Eric and Sookie is not solved and I am anxious to find out what happens with them!  This series is still going strong but you can tell, it is starting to wrap up. I have a suspicion on how it will end or maybe it is just a strong hope.


Anyway, sit back and enjoy the ride, because this book is going to you on one.


Grade: A


Overview [B&N]

It’s vampire politics as usual around the town of Bon Temps, but never before have they hit so close to Sookie’s heart…
Growing up with telepathic abilities, Sookie Stackhouse realized early on there were things she’d rather not know. And now that she’s an adult, she also realizes that some things she knows about, she’d rather not see—like Eric Northman feeding off another woman. A younger one.
There’s a thing or two she’d like to say about that, but she has to keep quiet—Felipe de Castro, the Vampire King of Louisiana (and Arkansas and Nevada), is in town. It’s the worst possible time for a human body to show up in Eric’s front yard—especially the body of the woman whose blood he just drank.
Now, it’s up to Sookie and Bill, the official Area Five investigator, to solve the murder. Sookie thinks that, at least this time, the dead girl’s fate has nothing to do with her. But she is wrong. She has an enemy, one far more devious than she would ever suspect, who’s set out to make Sookie’s world come crashing down.

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