Dead Ever After by Charlaine Harris
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
How do I feel about this book? I'm not quite sure yet. I read it all in one setting, I had to know what happened before someone spoiled the ending.
Let's get the not-so-good out of the way and then concentrate on the good:
Like the last few books, it starts off being quite pedestrian, day in the life of Sookie.
Not everyone is going to be happy with the choices Sookie makes.
The better bits:
The choices Sookie makes are her choices, and she's happy with them.
We get a sense of closure for just about everyone who's ever appeared in the series (and is still alive).
There is actually an element of mystery that has been sorely lacking in the last couple of books.
It's not the best of the series, but it's far from the worst. I give it 4 stars, but I'm adding one for all the enjoyment I've had from the entire series. I won't miss the books, it was past time for them to end, but I have really enjoyed Sookie's adventures over the years, and this was a fitting ending to her story.
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