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Club Dead: A True Blood Novel Paperback – 11 Feb 2010
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Alcide Herveaux was to be Sookie's contact/guide. He was a werewolf. With his help, Sookie could enter places that mere mortals seldom dared tread, such as Club Dead. The vampire king of Mississippi (yes, readers, you read that correctly) was Russell Edgington. Russell took interest in Sookie very quickly. Eric arrived on the scene, in disguise as usual. Several attempts were made on Sookie's life and Bill was caught in an act of serious betrayal against Sookie's love. Sookie was not sure whether to save Bill or sharpen a few stakes of her own!
***** Much better than book two. Again, this mystery could be read as a "stand alone" book. But the main and secondary characters remain the same. The love triangle between Sookie, Bill, and Eric gets much rougher. That triangle is enjoyed more by those who have read the first two previous books though.
This entire series, thus far, is humorous, fun, very sexy, and highly recommended! *****
Bill has been ignoring Sookie for some time, seemingly unable to focus on anything but a computer project he is totally immersed in. He tells her he is working on a secret assignment for the Queen, (vampire), of Louisiana and will be traveling to Seattle at her request. Sookie knows he is lying to her about something, if not many things. Shortly after Bill leaves, Eric, owner of Club Fangtasia and vampire boss of Area 5, which encompasses Shreveport and Bon Temps, sends Bubba, (the late, great King of Rock and Roll, thought to be dead for decades by fans worldwide, but really a vampire), to guard her. Since being turned into the undead, Bubba's voice is still golden, but his mind is dim. On Bubba's watch, Sookie is attacked by a biker werewolf at the bar where she works.Read more ›
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My reviews for the previous books in the series have not been overly positive. This, however, is easily the best offering to date and in trying to be fair I have erred on the high... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Cad
Really enjoyed the 3rd instalment ... they are just getting better and better. I'm in love with Alcide ... hope they end up together as the stories go on .... ! Read morePublished 5 months ago by F. Smith
Club Dead is the third book in the Sookie Stackhouse series by popular American author, Charlaine Harris. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Cloggie Downunder
Love this series, had in book form years ago but now got on my kindle and like I'butread it fot the first time.Published 16 months ago by denise silverwood
Enjoyed this series of books greatly and the only reason I stopped buying them was due to the fact they decided to change the covers for the actors in the show which as a collector... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Jeff