I think this marks the end of my experience with the Sookie Stackhouse series. If I was disappointed with Dead as a Doornail, I am positively annoyed with Definitely Dead. This little book literally took me an entire month to read because I could
only handle little spurts of it before my mind would wander, my eyelids would droop and I would completely loose interest. Hear me when I say that nothing, absolutely nothing exciting happens in this book. It's about 20 pages of plot and 300 pages of filler. In place of character development, Harris adds about 50 more forgettable characters to the scene that, I repeat, add NOTHING to the story and serve only to make a bland story read like a phone book. Ugh...pass..