Wednesday, August 31, 2011
Definitely Dead by Charlaine Harris
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Sookie continues to prove that she's far more intelligent that most people, including herself, give her credit for with the way she unravels the various mysteries and plots that she becomes embroiled in during a visit to New Orleans to clean out her cousin's apartment. While she receives at least one severe emotional blow during the course of events which knocks most of her remaining naivete out of her, she comes through it a better and wiser person. There is the beginning of what might be a healthier romance for her, though it remains to be seen in future books if it pans out or not. All together, a enjoyable part of a series that continues to get better as it goes on.