Then Sam is shot in the leg and is therefore unable to run the bar. He asks Sookie to go to Fangtasia to ask Eric to lend him a bartender while he is out. Eric sends their new bartender, Charles Twining. Calvin Norris is also shot and seriously wounded, and Sookie learns that other shifters and were-animals are being shot throughout Louisiana. Calvin suspects Jason, based on the theory that Jason is angry at weres for turning him into a werepanther.
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The series consists of 3 books so far. Book 4, The Shade of the Moon , is expected September 3rd, This was a book on a subject that has interested me for some time, the apocalypse. The story starts before an apocalyptic event occurs, and continues, with most of the novel occurring during the worst of things. Some things are more important to a child than an adult so it was interesting to see things from that perspective. While I enjoyed the book, especially the day-to-day dealing with the apocalypse stuff, it did drag on a little.
I listened to the unabridged audio of this book. The reader was very good. All in all this book is a solid. Great book. This is a great starting book for anyone wanting to know more about the royal family. This is a history book, so if you think you will be bored reading it and you have no interest in the royal family.
Chances are you will not like this book. Skip it and read something fun. I have an interest in the royal family and history so I gave this book.
The Iliad by Homer. I listened to this book. The reader was okay. I caught the general idea, but geez! It was a good read, but a difficult one. I gave it. Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson. A very good book about Steve Jobs. I read this on a kindle. I found that while Steve was a marketing visionary he was not a very nice person. If you have ever wanted to know more about Steve Jobs, read this book first.
This is a must read for apple fans! Dead to the World by Charlaine Harris. This is book 4 in the Sookie Stackhouse series.
I started reading this series when I first saw an episode of True Blood. I liked the series so I started to read the books. They are a fun read. I read it on a kindle. I enjoyed it more than the others. Great series. Pretty good. He even quotes Gladwell once or twice. Dead as a Doornail by Charlaine Harris. This is book 5 in the series. Back to the audio book for this series again. I enjoyed this one as much as the last. Beowulf by Unknown. Another attempt to read the classics.
I listened to this book and enjoyed it more than The Iliad , probably because I understood more of what was going on. The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling. I have always wanted to read Kipling. Such a famous name and associated to many stories we all know, but few of us have read. This clearly falls into my classics list. I listened to a good reading of this novel. Even still it is a great story and I liked it. The Witches by Roald Dahl.
A fun quick read. I had read this before when I was much younger and I also remember the movie of the same name. Great book, but beware, it may be too scary for some children. I had to hide the book after that for fear I would give her nightmares. This is book 3 in the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series.
I listened to the unabridged version of this book and enjoyed it as much if not more than the other books in the series. It was a fun quick read. Zone One by Colson Whitehead. I listened to this apocalyptic novel unabridged. I was disappointed that this ended when it did. I also did not like all the switching back and forth from one timeline to another. Would have been better if it just covered the timeline it ended on. While many would agree that this book is a classic, I have to say that I did not enjoy it as much as I wanted to.
It was a long read. Many characters many generations of the same family. There was a lot to keep track of throughout the story. Some themes and ideas weaved in and out of the story and that was a nice surprise. Great prose. Read out loud it sounds great! It took me a very long time to read.
I kept interrupting it with other reads that were more fun to read. Definitely Dead by Charlaine Harris. The sixth book in this series. Not as good as the last two. I again listened to the audio of this book. Rikki-Tikki-Tavi by Rudyard Kipling. My second Kipling novel of the year. It was an excellent read for everyone, especially those of us that are introverts.
It was a fun read. Fantastic Mr. Fox by Roald Dahl. Another Dahl book and movie. It was okay only. Definitely for children. I listened to this book and gave it. I found the book on audio and loved listening to it. Excellent leadership book, filled with entertaining stories and great advice. Listening to an unabridged version read by the author was a huge plus! All Together Dead by Charlaine Harris. Another Sookie Stackhouse novel that I listened to the audio of. It is number seven in the series.
This one is slow to begin, but ended so well that it still gets. This book was another that I won through the History Book Club on goodreads. However, I really like how the book was laid out, covering an era at a time and what was going on in the nation and how the FBI reacted to it.
It made the book very easy to follow and a nice read. While I was not very excited about the story, it was not the first book I picked up when I had time to read, it was well written. It did have some fairly excited parts for me like when discussing spies especially.
I wish there would have been more discussed about spies as that is very interesting to me.
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