Sookie Stackhouse - 02 Living Dead in Dallas. Home · Sookie Stackhouse - 02 Living Dead in Dallas Author: Charlaine Harris. 40 downloads Views. Sookie Stackhouse likes living in Bon Temps, Louisiana, and she likes working as a cocktail waitress at Merlotte's. Then she comes face-to-face with a beastly creature which gives her a painful and poisonous lashing. So when one of her bloodsuckers asks for a favour, she obliges. The second novel in #1 New York Times bestselling author Charlaine Harris's “ addictively entertaining”(Locus) Sookie Stackhouse.
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Kindle Edition Verified download. Most people who have read this series, at the very least, like portions of it. They like the first 3 or 4 installments, but then they get bored, or after the 3rd or 4th book, the series really started picking up for them. I pretty much liked the entire series right up until the end. It definitely has its good moments like when Eric gets shot and that thing happens that is hilarious and awesome , but overall.
Leaving his car at the bar. For persons unknown to leave a dead body in. But why would someone want to kill Lafayette?
Better and better. You live and you learn, I guess. And that is how Bill and Sookie wind up on an airplane bound for Dallas. And this group is just. I also have a problem with centuries-old, pedophile vampires. AND all of the Bill and Sookie relationship angst from book 1 grows and flourishes in book 2 and relationship angst is not something you want growing and flourishing. This is also the book where you get your first glimpse of how self-absorbed Bill can be.
This book is also where you get your first glimpse of how attentive someone-not-Bill can be. That is all.
Mass Market Paperback Verified download. I was having a tough time putting it down. Now that Eric the head vampire of Area 5 knows of Sookies disabilities, he plans to put them to good use, for himself of course.
After a shocking incident involving the unusually drunk Officer Andy Bellefleur and the flashy Lafayette, I wont' give any spoilers here folks so that's all I can say on that matter, Sookie is whisked away to tend to vamp matters, in Texas! Of course our southern belle Sookie cannot take a step these days without finding herself in mortal peril.
Before she even leaves Bon Temps a Maenad finds Sookie and leaves a not so friendly message for her to relay to Eric. She wants tribute, but it isn't always that simple now is it folks?
The matters in Texas however becomes more and more problematic for our gal. A vampire has been taken from his nest, and his family wants answers, and their deaths. She has to infiltrate a fanatic religious group of sun worshipers who may or may not have kidnapped their vampire. All Sookie wants to do is go to work, she can't stop thinking about her drive way and how it needs to be re graveled and how she is going to afford it having to take so many days off from work.
Damn Bill, he wants to treat Sookie as a kept woman but he isn't doing such a good job where she really needs it. I am so Eric's corner, his sweetly seductive bad boy self, and his brief moments with Sookie, I'm rooting for him. One person found this helpful.
The best part of this book is more Eric! Although I like this book and this series in general, I felt this book had a lot more issues than the first. There are inconsistencies right off the bat. For example, Charlsie's husband was named Ralph in the first book, then changed to Micah in the second.
The type of things you notice if you read them in succession I guess. The maenad in this book was just kind of weird and stupid. I think the show made a better plot of it to be honest. The events in the beginning of the book are almost forgotten because of all the craziness that goes on in the middle. The Sookie Stackhouse novels are almost like two books in one.
There is always the same formula: Situation A.
Situation B. Situation B resolved. Oh yeah, back to Situation A. In this book, Sookie finally realizes that she is way in over her head with the vampires.
The only thing Sookie can recall is Lafayette's excitement over a sex club he had recently been invited to attend. On the way, Sookie and Bill fight over Bill's tendency to treat Sookie like a kept woman. As they argue, the car breaks down.
Bill goes to find help, leaving Sookie sulking in the woods. Sookie encounters a beautiful woman who tells her she wants to send a message to Eric. This message turns out to be a painful beating she gives Sookie across her back. Bill rushes Sookie to Eric's bar where the vampires and a supernatural doctor treat her wounds and remove the poison that would have killed her.
The following day, Sookie learns that she and Bill are to go to Dallas to help the Dallas vampires find a fellow vampire they suspect has been kidnapped. Sookie uses her telepathy to interview several human witnesses, learning that the missing vampire, Farrell, was with a blond vampire no one recognized the night of his disappearance. This leads the vampires to Godfrey, an ancient vampire who is known to desire his own death and who is associated with the anti-vampire group, Fellowship of the Sun.
Sookie agrees to go with Hugo, the human lover of a female vampire, to the church where the Fellowship has its headquarters the following afternoon. Sookie believes they have the Newlins tricked until they are led into a basement and placed in a holding cell. There Sookie learns Hugo is a traitor to the vampires, having given information to the Fellowship that helped them kidnap Farrell. The guard comes into the cell and moves Hugo to the cell where Farrell is being kept and then attempts to rape Sookie.
Sookie manages to hold him off until Godfrey shows up, pulling the guard off her and killing him. Sookie attempts to convince Godfrey that it is wrong for the Fellowships to force Farrell to commit suicide and to tie Sookie and Hugo to the two dying vampires.
Godfrey listens to her argument and agrees to help her escape. Sookie almost makes it out of the church and is nearly caught by a family preparing to attend the lock-in prior to the dawn ceremony. A shapeshifter Sookie recognized earlier by the patterns of her thoughts helps Sookie escape. Sarah Newlin gives chase, causing an accident, but Sookie and the shapeshifter are rescued at the hospital and Sookie is returned to the hotel and Bill.
That night, Sookie and Bill attend a celebration party at the Dallas vampire mansion.
During the party, the Fellowship surrounds the house and opens fire with shotguns.