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Let me first start by saying that in preparation of this novel, I reread the entire series. Now, I had planned on finishing the series before this novel came out so when it did come out I could start reading it immediately. Well, life happened and class happened and finals happened so that didn't pan out too well. But I still reread the entire series and was just as captivated by it the second time as I was the first time.
Looking at the cover I was excited because I saw a tiger's tail And of course I saw a werewolf Alcide and a collie Sam.
What I found was odd what that there wasn't a vampire on the cover There were bats but no vampires where the heck is Eric? I wondered. I know that Deadlocked ended with Eric in a pissy mood and I was anxious at finding out what was going to happen.
Literally, I was super anxious with an emphasis on the super part. Then I read the title: That anxiety racketed up to hyperventilation.
Finally, after analyzing the cover I decided that I should read the novel it was seriously a bittersweet moment as I cracked the cover and was instantly engulfed into the happenings in Bon Temps. So, did Sookie get her happily ever after or Dead Ever After?
I'm not going to say. BUT what I will say is that just because it's not an 'ever after' doesn't mean that it wasn't a great ride. I was thrown for many loops in this novel - but to name two: Almost everything was tied up at the end in a perfect little bow. I liked it and hated it at the same time.
There were a couple of vampire loose ends that I would have really wanted to be tied up as well but maybe not, maybe Charlaine will give us a spin off series to keep us hooked and since she decided this novel needed to include multiple POVs, I wish that those vampires would have had their say.
All in all, this novel was great. It exceeded my expectations. The ending did the series justice - there's nothing like ending up where you started - and if you've read the series you'll know that there was a lot of foreshadowing of what we should expect as an ending I just didn't know it until I read the ending.
I can already tell that this will be a series that I will be reading again and again. It was entertaining. It was fun. It was deceptive. It was wild.
And it was sexy. And most importantly - I didn't want it to end. But as the saying goes, all good things must come to an end - and this definitely was a good thing. I enjoyed this book. I had no problem with Sookie ending up with Sam.
He's the guy who's been there for her the whole time. I've always looked at these books as mystery with some romance. I think that for the most part, the characters were true to way they have been written. Everybody knows that Eric's most vested interest is himself. Sookie, at her core, is a small town girl. I think that Sookie just wanted to be accepted for who she was in the town she lived. She got that in this book. I have loved every book in the series, including this one.
It ties things up nicely while leaving just a few things for the reader to draw their own conclusions on. We knew from the get-go this wouldn't end as a "happily ever after" type story.
That's not Sookie's life. It ends with the potential for Sookie to finally have some peace and stability in her life. But what fun would that be?
He and his vampires are keeping their distance…and a cold silence. Flag for inappropriate content. Buscar dentro del documento. Click Here to Download the Book.