With her knack for being in trouble's way, Sookie witnesses the firebombing of Merlotte's, the bar where she works. Since Sam Merlotte is now known to be two-natured, suspicion falls immediately on the anti-shifters in the area but Sookie suspects otherwise.
This is the 11th book in a long line of great stories from Charlaine Harris; the series The Sookie Stackhouse Novels.
As most fans are up to date I will keep this short and sweet. The novel itself is a good read. Like many of the previous books I couldn't put the book down. Which is a great constant for a writer to be able to hold your attention. The problem was why I couldn't put it down, though exciting in some parts and intriguing in most, its a mystery novel at heart. I felt it was more of a ground work book than a progression in the series, lots of little hits and pushes that will most likely blow up in poor Sookie's face in later novels. But I felt if I just turned the page I would get to something really good.
But as I said previously, there is things in the book that start hinting at more things to come. This is in regards to Sookie and Eric's relationship, with Eric's Maker's parting words coming back to haunt her. And a whole other slue of things that happen. Which I won't spoil because this is a review not a summary.
I recommend this book on two grounds, one there are things in this book that are must to understand things to come and what has happened so far. But two, its a Sookie story and its just not right if you don't read it.
Hope you enjoy reading, I can't wait for the next book!
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