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Dead Ever After (Sookie Stackhouse, #13) - Charlaine Harris This and other reviews can also be found on my blog (un)Conventional Bookviews.Sookie once more found herself in the middle of an intriguing mystery, and at the same time, she had to deal with Sam’s withdrawal after she had brought him back to life. Dead Ever After is far from dead, though, it is more as if even some whom Sookie (and the readers) thought were dead weren’t all that dead anyway. And the surprising thing was that I was actually surprised by who it was that was after Sookie this time around!The most heart-breaking thing that happened in Dead Ever After was Eric and Sookie’s interactions. Even if everything that happened was really logical, my poor heart was crying there for a while. But I can completely understand where Sookie was coming from – Eric’s underhandedness showed itself one time too many, and Sookie just didn’t want to deal with being the last person to know important information anymore. As usual, Eric couldn’t understand Sookie’s point of view, which is also normal – that head-strong vampire has always had a thing for my way or the highway – and it’s one of the things I love so much about him!Even Arlene made an appearance in Dead Ever After, and she acted just as clueless as always. I could not even muster a tiny speck of sympathy for Arlene, so I have to give big kudos to Sookie for managing to do that for me. All the characters I’ve come to know and love in the Sookie Stackhouse series made at least one appearance in Dead Ever After, and I thoroughly enjoyed seeing them again. Part of that enjoyment, of course, is that many of these loved characters are very fine male specimens, and I only have to close my eyes to imagine Quinn, Alceede and Eric showing up at my doorstep to help me figure things out
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