Hello everyone, and welcome back to the very last re-read *tear* of Charlaine Harris’s Sookie Stackhouse books. This week we’re recapping. Deadlocked (Sookie Stackhouse, book 12) by Charlaine Harris – book cover, description, publication history. In the penultimate novel in the #1 New York Times bestselling series, Sookie Stackhouse must work with her first love to clear her current undead flame.
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These is a lot of recap, recap and recap. Yet, if Eric or one of her other lover boys hurts anyone, she’s not bothered but if someone dares to hurt her boys or her, she’s all about punishing them – the hypocrite. View all 6 comments.
There is so much that goes down in this book. So I was no stranger to loss and to change, and these experiences had taught me something. At least there weren’t as many of TB references as the last book. Up until now, we have not had a reason to seriously dislike de Castro. Mar 23, Lana marked it as to-read Shelves: The book was basically divided into two parts.
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Preview — Deadlocked by Charlaine Harris. After holding down some low-level jobs, her husband Hal gave her the opportunity to stay home and write. I really get frustrated with how Harris has something big and game changing happen in one book and then suddenly she changes it back to how it was before the game changer in a later book. I miss Claudine showing up to a fight in pajamas.
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Harrid loved when she finally got together with Eric because I loved Eric and the two of them together was so exciting. View all 10 comments. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Listen, you can’t do that. Deadlocked was seriously disappointing. If Harris was unable to continue quality story lines for the series, she didn’t need to accept the contract. What was the point of cgarlaine Perhaps you gave the book a few pity stars because you love Sook?
We were introduced to Freyda up close and personal. Apr 09, Joy rated it really liked it Shelves: This was my very first urban fantasy series. No matter what he stacihouse, he is royally f’d.
The Sookie Stackhouse series is dying a slow and sttackhouse death. That’s right Charlaine, I’m feeling punished for having loved the previous books. Deadlocked is a whirlwind of a book, all the prominent characters from the series are at least mentioned even a cameo from a certain were-tigerand all the charlaien groups of supernaturals are tied together in the drama surrounding Sookie. She ruins them for all other women.
Sookie starts feeling a bit left behind from her human friends and family. As a reader, I wasn’t concerned the way I ought to be.
Eric was very un-Eric like in this book. Her obsession with good manners and making sure things were presentable was just ridiculous. The characters also sfackhouse like flat cardboard cutouts, completely unrecognizable from how they were at the beginning of the series.
How to read Val McDermid series? But i soooo love eric. Notify me of new posts by email. He ain’t even trying anymore. I wanted to smack the shit out of Eric and Sookie for not facing their feelings and relationship issues. You are turning Sookie into Snookie!
The deadlkcked placement for State Farm was a little obvious, too. New Series 18 Oct 11, View all 15 comments. No offense Charlaine but you should have ended the series at book 9,because after that the series started to suck. Charlaine Harris has been a published novelist for over thirty-five years. But, Sam is, well, alive.
She caved to Eric, the fairies, the police Eric – not gone – but largely absent. It would make the series end with this nice bow. Or that could all be a giant misdirection, who knows? Nov 10, Sarah rated it really liked it Shelves: Feeling bad about it for all dezdlocked 5 seconds and then moves on chsrlaine her life like nothing just happened. Don’t get me wrong, the book doesn’t end on a cliff-hanger, but Charlaine Harris does a fantastic job of building the anticipation for the next book.
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