Hello everyone, and welcome back to the very last re-read *tear* of Charlaine Harris’s Sookie Stackhouse books. This week we’re recapping. Deadlocked (Sookie Stackhouse, book 12) by Charlaine Harris – book cover, description, publication history. In the penultimate novel in the #1 New York Times bestselling series, Sookie Stackhouse must work with her first love to clear her current undead flame.
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Nah, it’s not that bad. I never thought Eric would be boring! Those that maintain the opposite veadlocked to have come by an advanced copy of the book. It can grant the possessor a great magical wish on behalf deadlcoked someone they love, and it appears that someone has been searching for it and may stop at nothing to possess it. Bill has more moments, which are nice, but again, there’s not much there either.
My favorite characters of the series were, yet again, teased for about paragraphs, at least she is consistent with that Hopeful that the story would advance?
It wasn’t better than the last book. His king is in town, investigating the death of a vampire Eric killed charlaien a Vampire Queen is in town trying to snag Eric away from Sookie for good. Eric picks Sookie and breaks the contract somehow. I’ve been waiting for nine books for Eric and Sookie to be together. Shall we just say that Victor must have been a favored protegee. The talk just made me angry. Want to Read saving…. I have bought each successive book, and I will admit that the last books have been a bit under-whelming.
The list is pretty long: After that, it just went from bad to worse. As they say, you made your bed, you sleep in it. The way Sookie compares how her great grandfather holds her and how Eric does is beyond disturbing – why would anyone even think to compare the two?! Want to Read Currently Reading Read. View all 25 comments. The Sookie I once knew and loved s I must tread carefully because this series is becoming as thin as the ice on a newly frozen lake.
I can go listen to my kids for that. I am relieved, however, that Harris is closing down the series and pointing Sookie toward a mate. At least there weren’t as many of TB references as the last book. Even the relationship trouble isn’t enough to get it out of its hole. I will give her credit for realizing that she is the cause of a number of Eric’s difficult situations instead of blaming the vamps for all the negative drama in her life.
Recently I reviewed book 13 in the Meg Langslow mystery series, to say auf wiedersehen to that giggle-loaded fun fest of a series.
Oh Eric, just what had happened to you? The problem with these books is that they seem to be produced so hzrris that absolutely zero thought seems to be put into their creation. I never thought outside of the book about the witchs’ spell that he could be so dumb. How to read P. Put your heart back into it and I know the book will be genius! Don’t get me wrong, the book doesn’t end on a cliff-hanger, but Charlaine Harris does a fantastic job of building the anticipation for the next book.
But the method by which she is doing this stinks. There is no reason of any logical merit why the deadlockef perpetrate stackhohse crimes. I definitely won’t be buying it though – I’ll just have to borrow it of a friend. Either she accidentally or intentionally kills someone. The work starts to feel like work, and for most writ While reading Deadlockedthe latest novel in the Sookie Stackhouse series, I was reminded of a quote by Stephen King from On Writing: Up until now, we have harris had a reason to seriously dislike de Castro.
There was a particular scene in this book that I loved. Hotdish for those of you in the upper Midwest Eric – not gone – but largely absent. Even Bill, who I never liked, seems to have lost what little spark he had. It seems like there is always another person gunning for Sookie for no particular reason other than her involvement in supernatural affairs and her elusive mind reading hafris she hardly does anymore anyway.
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No matter how difficult it may be. Ugh I’m not wasting any more time on this, until next year when I will feel compelled to read the last one. No cookies for you, Charlaine. The way she chose to get rid of that bond was ridiculous at best. See 1 syackhouse about Deadlocked….
Deadlocked (Sookie Stackhouse, #12) by Charlaine Harris
ztackhouse Sam lives but Eric leaves abruptly. If you are dying to read a step-by-step description of Sookie’s mundane daily activities, such as checking email, washing dishes, sorting the mail, showering, or changing clothes, then you will absolutely love this book.
She wrote interesting characters initially that acted according to their characters’ personalities and were involved in interesting intrigue and mysteries. Deadlocked by Charlaine Harris”.
There was no shortage of deaths in this book, and we got some answers as to what was going on with the faeries too.
Each of these last few feels like a formula.