All Together Dead by Charlaine Harris

All Together Dead by Charlaine Harris

All Together Dead is the seventh book of the Sookie Stackhouse series. For all my reviews about the series, check out the end of the article for the links!

Summary

Betrayed by her were-love, Sookie must handle a new suitor and a were-tiger and help the queen of Louisiana regain her financial power and moral authority among the vampire community.

Sookie will have to choose her camp, between life and death.

Review

As usual, this book is better than the last one. Charlaine Harris manages to expand her mythology book by the book. Before, we only got a glimpse at the vampire hierarchy and the way things are organized. But with All Together Dead, we finally get a more comprehensive look at the vampire hierarchy in the United States. Expanding Sookie’s horizon by making her move out of Bon Temps was really the best call that she could make. We get to see much more of the universe and how things are organized than if she stayed in her small town in Louisiana.

That’s actually the main reason why I loved the book. As usual, there is the romance aspect to Sookie’s life that is still interesting, but not as much as the mythology in this book.

Should you read All Together Dead?

Yes, you should absolutely read it. The Sookie Stackhouse series is a rare series that gets better with every book because the author manages to expand and build her universe with each subsequent book.

Other books in the Sookie Stackhouse series

Dead Until Dark

Living Dead in Dallas

Club Dead

Dead to the World

Dead As A Doornail

Definitely Dead

From Dead to Worse


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