True Blood, Volume 2: Tainted Love

True Blood, Volume 2: Tainted Love

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by Marc Andreyko, Michael McMillian
     
 

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Hoyt, the human boyfriend of Jessica, tries to do a good deed... and it doesn't go unpunished! Hoyt notices that Jessica has been staring at a poster for a local prom night, which leads him to romantically scheme to throw a surprise one for her at Merlotte's (with the help of friends Sookie, Sam and Tara). Unfortunately, things go awry when the Jessica is drinks a

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Hoyt, the human boyfriend of Jessica, tries to do a good deed... and it doesn't go unpunished! Hoyt notices that Jessica has been staring at a poster for a local prom night, which leads him to romantically scheme to throw a surprise one for her at Merlotte's (with the help of friends Sookie, Sam and Tara). Unfortunately, things go awry when the Jessica is drinks a bit much of the punch... which just happens to be part of a TAINTED batch of Tru Blood! This causes Jessica to lose control and run off into the night, rampaging at whatever comes before her! While Hoyt and Bill (with a little help from Jason) come to her aid, Sookie and Lafayette try another route to helping their friend-by seeking out Eric, owner of Fangtasia... and the local sheriff! It's a thrill ride beyond compare as Sookie, Bill, Eric, Sam, Tara, Lafayette and Jason all struggle bring Jessica back to the safety of Bon Temps... Before the ever-approaching dawn arrives!!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781613770191
Publisher:
Idea & Design Works, LLC
Publication date:
10/11/2011
Pages:
160
Product dimensions:
6.90(w) x 10.30(h) x 0.60(d)
Age Range:
16 Years

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True Blood, Volume 2: Tainted Love 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
SleepDreamWrite 22 days ago
Another okay but has its moments kind of volume.
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NicAwesomeOle More than 1 year ago
Though I've only seen a few episodes of the tv show, I think this comic series is better than the books and a closer fit than the books. One of my complaints, though, is that in the 38 pages, about 10 pages were of ads in the edition I was given to review. While I understand that IDW has some fantastic things in the works, it seemed like the ad space in this edition was a lot more than similar titles by the company. I did like that it ended as a cliffhanger. But I didn't get the whole 160 pages as promised (see product information below), but it was enough of a cliffhanger to make me want to know what happens next. And I think I might seek out the book when it finally gets published. I think you have to know the basic characters in the series in order to truly appreciate this comic. There were a few characters (due to my lack of series knowledge) that confounded me, but was remedied by a quick wikipedia check. I want to thank IDW Publishing and NetGalley for allowing me the opportunity to read the pages that I did get to read. Note: I received an electronic copy of 38 pages of this in exchange for my honest review.