The 9th Sookie Stackhouse book begins with a big deal in the shifter community: the shifters are about to out themselves to the world. And although the outing seems to go relatively well, it soon goes all downhill when the body of a shifter is discovered outside Sookie’s place of work. And that body has been crucified. However, Sookie has even more than that to worry about – she’s being investigated by the FBI and there are some very angry fairies out to get her. Oh, and then there’s a little matter that she might just be married to Eric Northman (at least according to vampire tradition), Bill may just still be in love with her and even her ex, the weretiger Quinn, seems to want her. Sookie’s life is getting more dramatic than ever and more than once she wonders if maybe her life would be better off without the vampires.
Oh. My. Gosh. I LOVED this book. I am a huge fan of Sookie and her no nonsense attitude, there was plenty of drama and wondering “whodunit” and I could not put this book down. I love how kick butt Sookie can be but that she still realizes that she needs to rely on others also. She’s such a strong character (and if you hate Twilight because Bella isn’t a strong character I highly suggest you meet Sookie Stackhouse). And I have to say that my favorite thing about this book was definitely Eric Northman. Can we say yum?