Televisionary have posted a great review of the first three episodes of True Blood Season 4. Make sure you read all the way through for a spoilery little nugget.
On the Season of the Witch story arc for season 4:
With Season Four, showrunner Alan Ball has the opportunity to right the cart a . . . → Read More: Televisionary – “Eric Northman front and center” in S4
Like SVB previously mentioned, people in the media are starting to toss around the notion that Bill will be in power in Season 4, and now we’ve just got confirmation from the Washington Post that Queen SophieAnn will be history and Bill Compton will be King Queen of Louisiana.
Making her way back . . . → Read More: Like a Candle In the Wind…
**Some readers may find this review and the comments a little on the spoilery side.**
Dead reckoning is the process of estimating one’s current position based upon a previously determined position, or fix, and advancing that position based upon known or estimated speeds over elapsed time, and course.
Or put simply, dead reckoning is the process of working out where you are and where you might end up – based on where you’ve already been.
I really couldn’t think of a more appropriate title for this book.
Dead Reckoning is Charlaine Harris’ eleventh novel in the Sookie Stackhouse series, and marks a definite return to the elements that make this series so popular. After a couple of necessarily “darker” instalments, this one literally rockets out of the gate – and it really doesn’t let up. This is a busy, action packed book with more than enough intrigue, angst, and surprising plot developments to keep us flipping the pages.
You all know my weakness for spoilers (and spoiling), but I’m going to do my best to review this thing in detail without giving too much away about actual events. Much of what you’ll read below is my perception of events and their possible repercussions, rather than a play by play account of what goes down in the book. Nonetheless, you may wish to stop reading if you don’t want your cherry popped even a little bit before Monday.
Another day, more good stuff from TrueBlood.net.
They have posted their advanced review of Dead Reckoning, and I must say it’s very, very spoilery.
So… you have been warned.
Not too late to turn back now.
Seriously, there are some major spoilery hints.
Okay, if you insist. You can read the review . . . → Read More: TrueBlood.net’s Advance Review