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Definitely Dead (Sookie Stackhouse / Southern Vampire Series #6)

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A Fun Read

Definitely Dead is the sixth installment of Charlaine Harris's Sookie Stackhouse series. Fans of the quirky Sookie Stackhouse will once again find themselves absorbed in her world of vampires, werewolves, fairies, and other magical creatures. In Definitely Dead, our h...
Definitely Dead is the sixth installment of Charlaine Harris's Sookie Stackhouse series. Fans of the quirky Sookie Stackhouse will once again find themselves absorbed in her world of vampires, werewolves, fairies, and other magical creatures. In Definitely Dead, our heroin is subjected yet again to a series of strange and risky events which we are sure to find immensely entertaining. Avid readers of the "southern vampire" series may find themselves wanting to see more of Bill and Eric, but it's a fun read nonetheless. And fortunately for us, books seven through ten of the series (which do feature more of Bill and Eric) are waiting at our local Barnes and Noble bookstore.

posted by Veggie-Girl on May 9, 2010

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14 out of 16 people found this review helpful.

The Truth

I must say that I became addicted to this series after the first book however, my love is waning. The books and relationships are predictable. Every book there is a new guy that falls head over heels in love with Sookie, and it's becoming tiresome. Charlaine never give...
I must say that I became addicted to this series after the first book however, my love is waning. The books and relationships are predictable. Every book there is a new guy that falls head over heels in love with Sookie, and it's becoming tiresome. Charlaine never gives us closure on any of her relationships or flings. This means that Sookie is loved, wanted, and lusted after by all who have had her. So...what's the count now? There's Sam, Alceade, Bill, Eric, Quinn, and the newcomer that's bound to love her too in the next book. Enough already! I started reading this series because I liked Sookie's character, but I've come to dislike Sookie and her continuing need to have her ego stroked. I now read the books for Eric alone. I hope that Charlaine goes back and reads her own series so that she may be reminded of how independent and humble Sookie was in the beginning. If the series continues on its current path I'm afraid it will lose one of its followers.

posted by Anonymous on March 11, 2008

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  • Posted July 11, 2011

    qunestions

    okay, i've read up untill this point and now im kind of wary...
    when bill and sook were together i was kind of routing for eric, but after all of the jealousy (and, admittedly, watching stephen moyer fantastically portray a sorry-sad-sack bill with perfected puppy dog eyes as he tells sookie he loves her but wants her to be with someone she can be alive with) i REALLy want bill to win her back...but that doesn't seem to be the case.
    not that it wouldn't be hard with pretty much EVERY LOCAL FREAK pining away for his woman.
    so, is this worth the pain or should i stop now while i can still imagine billiam winning her back (though, personally, i think he had his reasons: temporary insanity-the trunk- and that weird maker magic that made him leave sook for lorena)?

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