Definitely Dead (Sookie Stackhouse #6)
Release Date: April 28, 2006
Rating: 3 stars
Spiked with a frothy fusion of romance, mystery, and fantasy, this bestselling series sends the supernaturally gifted cocktail waitress Sookie Stackhouse to New Orleans, where she has to deal with the legacy of one of her own family and a host of potentially dangerous characters.
This was definitely my least favorite book in the series thus far.
The last 30 pages or so picked up a lot, and had a lot of fun action, but before that it was quite slow. And by slow, I mean I was rather bored. It still was a fast read, but merely because I was waiting for the fast paced action I’ve come to know and love with these books.
I was not as crazy about the newer characters in this book either. Quinn plays a much bigger role in this book, and I really can’t say I am a big fan of him. I did really like Amelia, but she was probably the only new character I really liked. As for the old characters, I still love ’em :).
This is a super awesome series, but this was a lull in the middle for me. Regardless, I am eager to pick up book 7, and start reading again about the next tale of Sookie and the others.