REVIEW: Dead Reckoning


Title: Dead Reckoning
Author: Charlaine Harris
Finished: June 29, 2011
Pages: 325
Published: 2011
Format: first edition

In the latest Sookie Stackhouse story, Sookie is a witness to a firebomb at Merlotte’s that has everyone on the search for who is targeting shifters, or Sam himself.

Not only is Sookie fearing for Sam, but she begins to witness irregular behavior between Eric and Pam, leading her to believe someone is keeping some big secrets. If it’s one thing Sookie hates, it’s being kept in the dark when her safety and future are at risk.

This wasn’t my favorite of the series. There were too many smaller stories and it jumped around, versus focusing on one major issue. I’m definitely curious how the series is going to pan out in the final books.

*challenges: countdown challenge, 100+ reading challenge, 11 in 11 reading challenge, pub challenge

Other Reviews: Confessions of a Bibliophile, Reading With Tequila, Musing of a Bookish Kitty

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