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Sunday, October 27, 2013
Dead and Gone - Charlaine Harris
I think the Sookie books are getting a little long in the tooth. (Though not as bad as the tv show, which I stopped watching a couple of seasons ago.) In this book, Sookie’s great-grandfather, the fairy prince, comes to warn her that there’s war in the fairy realms, between his faction, which likes humans, and being connected to the human world, and another faction, which wants to close the fairy realm off from the contamination of the human realm. And people get hurt. Blah, blah, blah.
Oh, and the werewolves revealed themselves to regular people, which probably should have been the focus of the story, and ended up being the back seat. I don’t know – I just felt like there wasn’t much substance to this book. It went somewhere, but I don’t feel like that was particularly memorable.