Friday, July 3, 2009

Review: Living Dead in Dallas

Title: Living Dead in Dallas
Author: Charlaine Harris
Pages: 291 pages
Published: Ace Books (March 26, 2002)
Genre: Fiction/Fantasy
Cover Score: B
Overall Rating: A-
ISBN-10: 0441009239

Living Dead in Dallas is the second book in Charlaine Harris's series The Southern Vampire Series. This second novel follows the adventures of telepathic waitress Sookie Stackhouse of Bon Temps, Louisianna as she is employed by vampires to use her telepathy to help find their lost companion. Sookie agrees to help investigate the whereabouts of the missing vampire on one condition: any humans found to be involved must be turned over to human law enforcement rather than subjected to vampire justice. In Dallas Dallas Sookie Stackhouse has her first encounter with the anti-vampire organization "The Fellowship of the Sun", as well as meeting and learning of the existence of werewolves.
This is the second book of the series and it completely took me by surprise. I did not expect it to be as good as the first book, but it was even better! I think it was better because it dug deeper into the supernatural world. This book takes you out of Bon Temps and into the great state of Texas. You get to know Eric a little better which I loved, because Eric is my favorite vampire. You also get introduced to new characters including werewolves. Also in this book you get to dig a little deeper into the Fellowship of the Sun the anti vampire association/church. Overall if you liked Dead until Dark, continue reading on to this book, and if you did not like the first book you will definitely LOVE this book!


  1. So happy you are loving the books. The link-up your reviews post will up on Sunday.

  2. Eric is one of my favorites as well! Great review.

  3. I'm doing the Sookie challenge and haven't read the first book - glad to see they're good.


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