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Accueil - Archives. S'abonner Fil des billets. Sookie Stackhouse finds it easy to turn down the request of former barmaid Arlene when she wants her job back at Merlottes.
After all, Arlene tried to have Sookie killed. But her relationship with Eric Northman is not so clearcut. He and his vampires are keeping their distanceand a cold silence.
And when Sookie learns the reason why, she is devastated.
Then a shocking murder rocks Bon Temps, and Sookie is arrested for the crime. But the evidence against Sookie is weak, and she makes bail.
Investigating the killing, shell learn that what passes for truth in Bon Temps is only a convenient lie. That may have happened in other volumes in the series but I cannot recall that it did. Even Sookie's point of view is different Sookie is different.
There is a feeling of exhaustion with her life as the center of the "District Five" vampire universe. There's a recognition that love is not enough sometimes between very different people -- say a 1, year old vampire and a 30?
And, you know I think that Sookie has, despite her remarkable openness, never herself accepted vampires as more than "undead. Most of the loose ends are tied up. I was looking for holes because continuity is my thing. The only thing I could find was that we learn that Cataliades granted telepathy to Sookie and had a blood relationship of some kind with Barry the Bellhop, how was Hunter Sookie's cousin's son born with telepathic abilities.
The reappearance of several characters who have reasons, at least in their own minds, to hate Sookie, or who blame her for troubles they brought on themselves, are the sources of the immediate crisis in this book. Sookie's vampire marriage with Eric, and the consequences of using the Cluviel d'Or are the others. When push comes to shove Sookie will learn that her inherent integrity and goodness have not gone unnoticed within the community of Bon Temps.
And, that inherent and basic goodness, that has always been the source of Sookie's charm as she went from a naive, starry eyed barmaid to a woman who has seen and experienced things better left unseen and un-experienced. At one point when someone says they did not want to see Sookie in such an undignified position she tells them that she would like to think she always had her dignity. And, maybe that's what hadn't changed in Sookie as we saw her go from innocent to survivor to betrayed: She knew her own heart and mind, she felt the cost of love, she learned the angst of regret.
And in this book, her final on the page adventure, that is what happens. As she is threatened, when the chips are down, when they fall down again, she never gives up on her humanity whether the bad guy is human or not human and she learns that good does not belong solely to humanity. We learn that magic always has a price, but in the end, sometimes, we learn the price is often worth paying. Maybe you do get what you pay for. So, if you are expecting something horrid, something more awful than finding your murdered Grandmother, than being kidnapped and tortured by elves, than learning your first love had betrayed you, that your husband is too practical to ever really love you the way you need to be loved; if you are expecting something more horrible than that you will be disappointed in DEAD EVER AFTER.
There's hope, there's the belief there is always hope, even if your eyes have lost that starry naivete.
American writer Charlaine Harris. For me this entire series, read in order, is a MUST READ; like someother blockbuster books released over the past 15 years this book is part of our culture and about much more than vampires and werewolves, witches and waitresses.
I am utterly sad beyond belief. This is the last Sookie Stackhouse novel so now I must get my kicks by watching the tv show which has awesome eye candy but the power of the pen and paper is much more to me than the power of the big screen.
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.