Living Dead in Dallas


living-dead-in-dallasTitle: Living Dead in Dallas
Author: Charlaine Harris
Finished: May 24, 2009
Pages: 291
Published: 2002

The second book in the Sookie Stackhouse series, soon to be the season 2 of True Blood on HBO. This edition was just as good as the first, which was unexpected for me. I didn’t know what was going to happen but was actually pleasantly surprised but much of what did occur.

Sookie is sent with Bill to Dallas by Eric when a vampire goes missing. What the find it far from what they believed could be going on and Sookie is soon caught in the middle of an evil plan.

It becomes harder to discuss series of books as you read further on because you don’t want readers to find out something from the previous books let alone any big spoilers for the current one. Needless to say, I really enjoyed this book and immediately went out and bought Club Dead which I will be starting this week.

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