Dead as a Doornail


n138365Title: Dead as a Doornail
Author: Charlaine Harris
Finished: June 11, 2009
Pages: 310
Published: 2005

The fifth book in the Sookie Stackhouse series. I’m not sure if anything can beat book 4 but I’m sure that will happen. I did really enjoy this adventure of Sookie’s.

With Eric out of her house, Sookie is all alone again , except when a sniper begins shooting shifters Sookie soon finds herself a new temporary roommate and a fairy godmother to help rescue her from danger, which she finds herself in many times without even realizing.

This book makes the reader start to question who they really want Sookie to be with, when Harris begins to thrown men from all directions vying for her attention. It also adds in a new element for Sookie’s brother, Jason, as he begins a transformation that will change their lives forever, and may cost him his life.

Challenges: 100+ Challenge, Countdown Challenge, RYOB Challenge, 999×2 Challenge, Create a Colorful Summer

Other Reviews: Reading With Tequila, Whimpulsive

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7 responses to “Dead as a Doornail

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  6. Seems interesting! I might take time to read this. And I’m reading your reviews from the last bok to the first lol.

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