Sookie Stackhouse series (aka True Blood) – Harris, Charmaine

You know, I thought I was really going to enjoy these books based on how original the TV series was in showing vampires as actual participants in the human world. Instead, I’ve given up on the series after reading the first book.

Literary Omnivore provides a far more eloquent dissection of the strengths and weaknesses in her review of Dead until Dark.  Take a look there too!

Sookie Stackhouse (Southern Vampire) Series

  1. Dead Until Dark (2001)  Sorry folks, this series is too disappointing to bother with!
  2. Living Dead in Dallas (March 2002)[22]
  3. Club Dead (May 2003)[23]
  4. Dead to the World (May 2004)[24]
    • “Fairy Dust” in Powers of Detection (October 2004)[25]
    • “Dancers in the Dark” a novella in Night’s Edge (Harlequin Enterprises) (October 2004)[26][27]
    • “One Word Answer” in Bite (2005)[28]
  5. Dead as a Doornail (May 2005)[29]
  6. Definitely Dead (May 2006)[30]
    • “Tacky” in My Big, Fat Supernatural Wedding (2006)[31][27]
  7. All Together Dead (May 2007)[32]
    • “Dracula Night” in Many Bloody Returns (September 2007)[33]
  8. From Dead to Worse (May 2008)[34]
    • “Gift Wrap” in Wolfsbane and Mistletoe (October 2008)[35]
    • “Lucky” in Unusual Suspects[36] (December 2008)
  9. Dead and Gone (May 2009)[37]
    • “Bacon” in Strange Brew (July 2009)</ref>[27]
    • “The Britlingens Go To Hell” in Must Love Hellhounds (September 2009)</ref>[27]
  10. A Touch of Dead (October 2009)
    • (a compilation of all the Sookie-universe short stories)
    • “Dahlia Underground” in Crimes by Moonlight (April 2010)</ref>[27]
  11. Dead in the Family (May 2010)
    • ‘Two Blondes” in Death’s Excellent Vacation (August 2010)

thanks for the content, wikipedia.

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