In the Stacks Episode 34: True Blood, Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris

A video book review of Dead Until Dark by Charlaine Harris. To purchase the book, click here.

"The first in the series of Sookie Stackhouse novels that inspired HBO’s True Blood starts with the landing of vampire Bill Compton right in the middle of Bon Temps. 

"Bill has come home to reclaim his family’s land. Since vampires can now live out in the open, liberated by a synthetic form of blood, people have less reason to fear them. Maybe just a little less. Enter Sookie Stackhouse, a clairvoyant waitress who’s constantly tortured by the ability to read people’s thoughts. That’s until she meets Bill, who she can’t read, and he’s unable to glamor her to do his bidding. Is it a match made in heaven or in hell?" —Michelle Z. from In the Stacks.tv


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