Sunday, December 14, 2008

Living Dead in Dallas by Charlaine Harris



Year Published: 2002

291 pages

5 stars

This is the second in the Southern Vampires series featuring Sookie Stackhouse.

It starts with a 'friend' of Sookie turning dead in a police car, then she gets hired by the Dallas vampires to help them find a missing 'brother'. A lot of adventures in both Dallas and Bon Temps with some Eric thrown in.

Very good fast read, I had trouble putting the book down, the adventure builds up and you just have to know what happens. In addition to Eric being a main character in this book makes it even better than the first one!

A recommended read for those who enjoyed the first book. It seems this series is getting better and better :)

These are my reviews for the books I read from this series in order:
1. Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris

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6 comments:

Beth F said...

Don't you just love Sookie (not to mention Eric)? I've got to get back to this series!

DeSeRt RoSe said...

Mmmmmm sure do!!

Dar said...

I loved the first book and haven't made it to the second yet. Glad it's good too. I have up to book 5 I think. I need to pick up the rest of the series-gotta have them all you know. lol.

DeSeRt RoSe said...

Oh Dar, I know what you mean!! I have the books so I feel relaxed just in case I need to read the book and it's out of print or something, what would I do :)
You better read the second I'm sure you will love it :)

J. Kaye Oldner said...

I can't WAIT to get back to this series in 2009!

DeSeRt RoSe said...

J. Kaye, I'm sure I'll be reading more and more from it in 2009 :) I might even finish it!

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