Anyone who's been reading this series knows that Charlaine Harris isn't a particularly skilled writer--creative yes, skilled...not so much. We all read this series because it's entertaining, and it allows us to check our brains at the door. It's candy--sexy, sexy brain candy.
So it goes without saying, I quite like this installment of the Sookie Stackhouse series, even though--like all books in this series--it was a little on the hokey side. Sure, this book starts out a little dark, which is understandable since Sookie is dealing with a nasty case of depression/PTSD due to the unfortunate run-in she had with a couple of sadistic faeries in the last book.
You know what? It's 4:30 in the morning right now. I'll finish this review later.
P.S. Still not sure if this book deserves 3 or 4 stars, so I'll just give it 4 for now (star rating subject to change at any time).