Thursday, September 3, 2009

Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris

For anyone familiar with True Blood on HBO, this book may sound familiar to you. The "Sookie Stackhouse Novels," as they are called, serve as the basis for the
show. Sookie is a telepathic waitress in Bon Temps, Louisiana who falls in love with Bill, a vampire. Chaos ensues as soon as this match is made. Watchers of the show will notice that the book follows the first few episodes of season one almost verbatim, with a few minor characters missing and a little less drama at the end. But whether or not you're a fan of the show, the book does provide solid entertainment and a fast read. If you find yourself wary about having anything to do with ANOTHER vampire series, I'd encourage you to take the risk. Did I mention there is lots of sex? This is no Twilight.

1 comment:

  1. So... I kinda judged you when I saw you were reading the adult version of Twilight (even though I know you love Twilight... I thought you just LOVED Edward Cullen)...

    Having listened to not 1.. but 3 of these books while I cut ribbon at work... I now thank you for the rec and excuse me while I continue to lust over Erik