All Together Dead

n217834Title: All Together Dead
Author: Charlaine Harris
Finished: June 16, 2009
Pages: 342
Published: 2007

The next installment of the Sookie Stackhouse series has Sookie traveling with the Queen of Louisiana to the summit where all vampires and their entourage gather in a conference type setting. They plead court cases, sell products, and party at a big ball. Sookie is there to read the human minds, but comes to find that nothing ever goes as planned. The Queen and her party are weak after Hurricane Katrina and trying to regain power in their region. Sookie finds herself up against the Queen’s child, and becomes bonded to Eric in the process, unsure about the consequences. And when tragedy strikes the hotel, Sookie finds herself wondering who she can trust and what will happen next.

I enjoyed this book more than the previous, and am very intrigued as to where book 8 will take her character and relationships. Considering I only have a couple left to last me until the next release, I’m going to try and string out the next read as long as possible and catch up with some other books.

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

Other Reviews: Reading With Tequila, whimpulsive



Filed under author: charlaine harris, Fiction

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