Hello everyone, and welcome back to the very last re-read *tear* of Charlaine Harris’s Sookie Stackhouse books. This week we’re recapping. Deadlocked (Sookie Stackhouse, book 12) by Charlaine Harris – book cover, description, publication history. In the penultimate novel in the #1 New York Times bestselling series, Sookie Stackhouse must work with her first love to clear her current undead flame.

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Maybe Harris took some of the criticisms about the last book to heart Well, knock me over with a feather!


Felipe de CastroVampire King of Yarris, Arkansas, and Nevada, has come to town to investigate the mysterious death of his representative in Louisiana, Victorwho was killed by Eric, with the help of BillSookie, Pamand several others. View all 32 comments. Sookie and Eric’s chemistry has always been there. A coherent mystery – gone.

Just end it already. Your email address will not be published. Hopeful that the story would advance? Even the relationship trouble isn’t enough to get it out of its hole. Bill has more moments, which are nice, but again, there’s not much there either.

She just doesn’t care, she actually thinks they deserve it. Hell, Twilight had more romance than this! Finge Sad to say I’m not even looking forward to this one. It seems like there is always another person gunning for Sookie for no particular reason other than her involvement in supernatural affairs and her elusive mind reading which she hardly does anymore anyway. With Bubba coming in advance to warn Sookie, the Queen, Freda, comes to have a talk.


For some strange reason I want Sookie to end with Bill, sort of a first love can bloom and win at the end. What kind of friend is she? I thought that was an interesting beginning, but no.

Retrieved from ” https: I really liked Deadlocked because for the first time in several books, more questions are answered than asked. This series is dying a slow, painful death. I recommend anyone who had their faith shaken stacckhouse the last book to give this one charline go.

If you enjoy reading about the dullest, one-dimensional, Dollar Store generic versions of characters you used to love all while trying to slit your wrists with you favorite bookmarkthen pick up a copy of Deadlocked! He spends all of his time pining over Sookie and creepily showing up at her house randomly.

View all 5 comments. Now in this book we get some closure when it comes to some things, but when it comes to others we get even more headache.

Deadlocked (Sookie Stackhouse, #12) by Charlaine Harris

In many ways, this is the most demoralizing aspect of book What started off as entertaining and steaming hot albeit poorly writtenis now similar to a diseased and dehydrated animal, just waiting to be crushed by an oncoming car. He ain’t even trying anymore.

That’s why we watch the show. Sookie and Bill will probably remain friends, her and Pam too. The books aren’t as gripping as they used to be. Open Preview See a Problem? Such a shame there is only 1 book to go! I prefer the direction of the show more than of the books. The resulting two stand-alones were published by Houghton Mifflin.


The product placement for State Farm was a little obvious, too. Well, knock me over with a feather!

But, with the big hole that you dug, I can’t see any other option, sadly. I didn’t feel that in the other case. Nvoel brain hurts now. Where is my bookshelf display on my main page? Current Sookie seems content to complain constantly, lord over everyone else’s life, and stackhouze up shit for Eric. Mundane, chapter swallowing, menusha – sfackhouse on the ground. Too many glossed over days left me skimming for stackhluse story. Does CH think I slog through these for the descriptions of her grandmother’s sweet potato casserole recipe?

Oh wait, I know, it must have been the dissolving of the single relationship that has had the vast majority of her readers coming back for more. The Sookie Stackhouse series is dying a slow and painful death. You like that article, share it: I do miss the strong, confident Sookie, but I have high hopes for the final book of the series. This was already the 12th book!!!

I have a few theories, but the most plausible is that Harris simply didn’t want to write it.