True Blood Boxed Set

True Blood Boxed Set The perfect gift all eight Sookie Stackhouse paperbacks in one sexy boxed set

  • Title: True Blood Boxed Set
  • Author: Charlaine Harris
  • ISBN: 9780575095380
  • Page: 323
  • Format: Paperback
  • The perfect gift all eight Sookie Stackhouse paperbacks in one sexy boxed set

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    1. I feel like I just ate 5 pounds of twinkies and chased them down with potato chips and sweet tea. My stomach hurts, but I'm happy. Yeah, this is junk food. It's chopped full of sugar (sex), salt (hot vampires and werewolves), and preservatives (poorly written summary), and even though you know it's bad for you, you can't stop reading it. I first got hooked on True Blood, the show. TB is way more polished, classy, blah blah blah. The Sookie books are pure pulp, and yet if there were another one ( [...]

    2. What a series! Can you say addictive? I was a fan of this series from book one, and it gets better with each book. Sookie is a great lead character, and Bill and Eric are something to read for alone. If you have yet to read book one and are not sure if you should buy the series, I can honestly say, after one book you'll be hooked. You'll be right back at the store for book two. So if you can get a good price on this box set, buy it. If your worried it's another Twilight phenomenon, it's so not. [...]

    3. Vampire Porn but who cares?!Ok so as a disappointed review says it's like Vampire Porn. And it is in parts. And the tv series actually has a lot more that isn't in the book. More characters, more storyline, more sex and more plot. The books are written from Sookie's perspective so that's going to happen. But I still love the books. There is a lot more too them than Mills & Boon books and they are well written.So as for whether it will put you off the tv series. Well I guess that depends on [...]

    4. Great vampire series, fully with magical creatures and a nice, relatable lead character. Could be both hot and scary at the same time. Also, it was fast paced and funny, as well as action packed and interesting.

    5. So I could list all these books separately, but they were so handy in the 8 pack on the kindle. It was so fun not to have to hunt around (read: wait at all) for the next book I have to review them this way.Now as for the books themselves, I had so much fun reading them, it's like eating the crunchy Cheetos and drinking sugary Coke for my brain with the occasional doughnut. Only I never got sick of it, sometimes I feel like I have to take a break from the eye rolling (thank you Twilight), but I n [...]

    6. Definitely a guilty pleasure, this series. The most ridiculous plots, but so entertaining that I've now read nearly all of them. My favourite scene in the series is when she went to a vampire conference and ended up scooting down the side of a pyramid hotel in a coffin to escape from a bomb blast. And that isn't even the climax of the story! The sex scenes are less cringeworthy as the series goes on, and less time is spent explaining what everyone is wearing, which is a good thing. I prefer the [...]

    7. Chris - So, before Halloween 2010, I started reading through the Sookie Stackhouse books because of my enjoyment of the True Blood TV series. I have to say that I've enjoyed them quite a bit. The first book is very similar to the first season of True Blood, and there are elements of book 2 and book 3 in season 2 and season 3, but there are many differences. One of the main differences with the books is that everything is from Sookie's perspective in her narritive, so if she doesn't witness somet [...]

    8. Finished 'em all in a month! Not the best writing ever, but there's something relaxing about descriptions of a seemingly ordinary person living her daily life (visiting the library, waitressing, housecleaning), especially juxtaposed with fight scenes and hot vampire love. I also like hearing about the small town lifestyle in the deep south. Sookie Stackhouse is a great character, and just when you think the storylines are simple, the male characters seem to represent different aspects of typical [...]

    9. This series was very addicting to read. With every book I finished I couldn't wait to start the next one! I read all the books before I watched an episode of the TV show Gotta say, I liked the books better. I just couldn't get into the show at all. I watched the first 3 episodes and couldn't stand to watch any more. I would have given this series 5 stars, but as the series went on it seemed to go a little downhill. Loved the first 4 books I only finished the series because I wanted to know what [...]

    10. I learned a whole bunch about vampires. Although I have to say that they should have a disclaimer about the Hadley death in one of the books, because I am all "did I just finally kill most of my brain? when did she die?" Only to find out it was in a short story or something. So whatever, I have enjoyed these eight books. Especially that one scene with Sookie and Eric. Oh my! Taking a Sookie break for a bit. But I will be back.

    11. this is the rating for books number 4-8.There are some serious things missing:Eric. Eric. Eric. Eric. Eric. And Eric.The first 3 books were just too good, I feel betrayed. Maybe I just need a Sookiepause and will enjoy the following books after a little while.

    12. Guilty Pleasure! So I finally read these. After marathon watching all of True Blood on-demand resulting in an Alex Skarsgard fangirl crush, I had to get my Eric fix somehow. Turns out, I like these stories. Fun, fast, creepy, and raunchy in all the right ways.

    13. I loved this series! A vampire series that actually follows the vampire code" and best of all, no sparkling!

    14. I've read the entire series -- last count was 13 books -- might be wrong, I've had a migraine all day -- smiles.However, each and everyone were fantastic to read. I'll be beginning anew this week, in honour of the character Lafayette Reynolds, who in Television was played by the Actor Nelsan Ellis, who passed away aged 39 on 8 July 2017.If you haven't read it yet and just watched True Blood, you're missing out -- the characters are beautiful, the stories are well written, what can I say, I love [...]

    15. Binge reading the books back to back is a lot of funI read the books several years ago. Then watched the show. It was nice to revisit Skokie and read the books back to back comparing book plot to the tv shows and how the development of the character's changed.

    16. Enjoyable set of books, do not expect anything wise from it thought. Around fifth book it gets a bit old. Yet still, you have lots of supernatural beings, a strong-minded female protagonist, and romance! You will probably like it if you love vampires. Go Sookie!

    17. I love this series so much, the way she writes just draws you into the world! I was addicted and could not stop until I had read the entire series.

    18. I ignored the mild fatphobia in the beginning of book 1, but then when Sookie gets nauseated watching two men kiss, I decided to move on. Homophobia has no place in my library.

    19. Amusing, magical, quick summer reads. By the 8th installment I was so done, though. Became too soap-opera-y and the stories seemed to recycle story lines. Good start, fun, but then end it already. :)

    20. These books range from some of the best Sookie novels to the beginning of the decline in quality. The first four books are 5 star reads, and I highly recommend.

    21. Completely in love with these books! I could never put them down and read each right after another! The abundance of characters and action is what got me addicted to sci fi/ fantasy novels.

    22. I read all of the Sookie Stackhouse novels in a fevered lineup over the month of July and generally loved them. They get a little repetitive setting the scene in each book, but the second half action is always worth it. Plus, it was fascinating to see how different they were from the TV show. I thoroughly enjoyed them!

    23. I actually was surprised about how much i enjoyed most of the books in this set. i have to say that i did not know overly much about this set or the books themselves when i bought it. I was just in search of a nice vampire story that i could read because i was just in the mood for it, and this set just came out -back when- and i just bought it thinking that it couldn't be that bad. I only later -after reading the entire thing- learned about the TV show and never watched, that soWhen i started wi [...]

    24. you think the book is intense. watch HBO's show 'trueblood' which is based on the sookie stackhouse novels. amazing show, i actually watched it beforw i knew about the books. which i now have read and LOVE , but the show is so interesting ans intriguing because they really change and spice up the story

    25. I binge read these when I was sick this month. I don't think binge reading is the way to go with this series. There is A LOT of exposition in these books. I know authors have to do that, but I can only take so many paragraphs that go over the same thing that happened in the past. Sometimes the author would repeat the same exposition points in the same book, which was irritating but even more irritating were the times that she included new and important and interesting information in the form of [...]

    26. Johanna Parker performs the audio books and she does an incredibly entertaining job. These books are sex, comedy, violence, and sex. They aren't literature but if you want a sassy paperback full of urban fantasy, romance and mystery, you'll have a great time.

    27. I loved this book and couldn't put it down. I also liked it because having watched the first three episodes of the HBO series based on this book, True Blood, I started off where I stopped show wise. Since I knew the characters already, it made reading the book even better and I was so excited about what happened next. The TV series is a little different than the books in that there were some different vamps I had never heard of (from Fangtasia and Crystal) was introduced in this book and the TV [...]

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