Dead to the World


deadTitle: Dead to the World
Author: Charlaine Harris
Finished: June 7, 2009
Pages: 310
Published: 2004

Book 4 of the Sookie Stackhouse series by Charlaine Harris. This may be my favorite so far, which happens every time, but I truly loved this adventure.

Sookie comes across a half-naked Eric running down the street on her way home and comes to find his memory has been erased and he has no idea who he is, let alone Sookie.

Of course, having read the past three books, it was inevitable that Harris would search for a way to pair Sookie and Eric without the issues faced in previous books, and I found it very enjoyable. After book 2, I started to drift to being more of an Eric fan, than Bill, and this book was exactly what I needed. Now if only it could stay that way forever.

I’m anxiously looking forward to book 5, Dead as a Doornail, but I have other pressing reading but it keeps staring. There is a good chance I will be starting it before the week is over, just in time to get sucked into Season 2 of True Blood.

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