Sookie Stackhouse #13 Til døden os Skiller
Title: Dead ever After
Series: Sookie Stackhouse #13
Author: Charlaine Harris
Published in English: 2013
Dansk titel: Til døden os skiller
Dansk Udgivelsesår: 2013
Forlag: Lindhardt og Ringtoft
Finished Reading: November 2018
Genre: Paranormal, Romance & Fantasy
This is my personal review without spoilers of the actual plot.
There are secrets in the town of Bon Temps, ones that threaten those closest to Sookie—and could destroy her heart…
Sookie Stackhouse finds it easy to turn down the request of former barmaid Arlene when she wants her job back at Merlotte’s. After all, Arlene tried to have Sookie killed. But her relationship with Eric Northman is not so clearcut. He and his vampires are keeping their distance…and a cold silence. And when Sookie learns the reason why, she is devastated.
Then a shocking murder rocks Bon Temps, and Sookie is arrested for the crime.
But the evidence against Sookie is weak, and she makes bail. Investigating the killing, she’ll learn that what passes for truth in Bon Temps is only a convenient lie. What passes for justice is more spilled blood. And what passes for love is never enough.
Another boring but thankfully last book. The plot was so weak it wasn’t worth the read. If you’ve read this, far you should read this last book to finish the series off for good.
We’ve spend this much time finally figuring out whom Sookie ends up with and that is okay you know, but that’s about it! I got nothing else besides that.
I don’t give our zero stars but this one deserves that. Not only does it bring us a doubtful and improper ending but also it manages to destroy everything that was good about the series. The work Harris has put into the last few books has been sloppy but this one takes it to a completely new level. I wouldn’t have been satisfied with my work if I was Harris.
She manages to destroy Sookie as a character.
Goodbye Sookie Stackhouse I thought you were absolutely amazing the first 8 books of the series and I’ll try and remember the time we had up until that point.