SHE’S PRETTY. BUT IT’S HER MIND THEY WANT TO USE. HONEST!
Thwarting hate groups and solving murders is all in a couple of days work for accidental sleuth, Sookie Stackhouse.
Living Dead In Dallas
(The Southern Vampire Mysteries, Book 2)
Genre: Paranormal, Urban Fantasy
Format: Paperback, 288 Pages
Date: 20th October 2011 (First Published 2001)
While a part of me would ideally love for every book I read to be an unforgettable, life defining masterpiece, I realise that this is not a realistic expectation. There are times when I simply have to let myself enjoy a book for what it is. Reading a Sookie Stackhouse novel by Charlaine Harris is always one of those occasions. Living Dead In Dallas, the second instalment of the Southern Vampire Mysteries, much like its predecessor, Dead Until Dark, is at best a disposable guilty pleasure. Much, if not all, of the enjoyment to be derived from it is the result of how eye-rollingly cringe-worthy, and hilariously funny the story is. Whether or not that is by design is hard to tell. But I’ll give the author the benefit of the doubt.