The Paperback of the Corazones muertos (Living Dead in Dallas) by Charlaine Harris at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more!. El club de los muertos (Club Dead) es el tercer libro de la saga “The Southern Vampire Mysteries”, de Charlaine Harris. En esta historia la autora nos presenta a. Living Dead in Dallas, conocido como: Vivir y morir en Dallas o Corazones muertos, es el segundo libro de Charlaine Harris de la saga The Southern Vampire.

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As I read, all I can think about is, “The show did this better.

Fiction writers are allowed to invent things! I loved the start, Sookie is such a fun character and you find yourself loving her but that conversation or situation with Stan and not to mention other scenes were so long.

I did start watching “True Blood” before picking up the books. I want to finish her series just to say I could and that I read all her books despite personal misgivings but at this point I am: I did like some things, however, especially the phrase ‘meet the dawn’ as a euphemism for vampire suicide, the introduction of the maenad a creature that loves forests but also madness, sex and drunkennessand the way Sookie has become a sort of telepathic PI for vampires with Bill as her grumpy sidekick.

Maybe the author was taught some skills and now knows how to write a better novel.


It’s supposed to be this amazing ability which she hates yet it keeps disappearing when it would be useful. It all depends on who your audience is, and at this point, I think that it’s really sad that there are so many vampire-loving readers out there.

Lafayette’s death is investigated and that’s kind of important, but eventually it seems not as much as Bill and Sookie’s tepid whitehot lust. I’ve read the1st book past month and it took me 2 weeks to bring it to the …more I have the same dilema Rachel. The storyline suffer because she tried to cram two very complex mysteries into one novel.

Living Dead in Dallas

I don’t want to read about the characters’ sex lives. Look at this sentence for example: I didn’t realize True Blood was based off this series.

View all 6 comments. Here the book has all aspects of one and two stars, but now the book is thought and emotionally provoking. Maybe it’s just me who felt it was over described but however it just needed less.

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I’m two into the series and I’m kinda anxious to see what happens with Erik and Sookie, so I happened to put a hold for the next 3 books at the library This leads to a cut-and-paste feel to the first third of the book. The books, set in Shakespeare, Arkansas, feature a heroine who has survived a terrible attack and is learning to live with its consequences. I guess it’d be hard to write a murder mystery if your main character could immediately figure out who dunnit right off the bat, but still.


As much as I love these books, this one disappointed me due to its over description. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Preview — Corazones muertos by Charlaine Harris. I just couldn’t get into it, so I stopped and put it down. Sookie sucked even more. Sookie and Bill get loaned out to the Dallas vampires to help locate a missing “brother” while Bill is sleeping, of course, Sookie gets into trouble and having to rely on the help of a suicidal vampire and shapeshifters.

Similarly, there is also a scene where Sookie has been beaten to within an inch of her life and Bill still pressures her into sex. See 2 harrris about Corazones muertos…. It became a subplot in comparison to the Dallas vampire drama. No drama, no climax, nothing important – other than now that a vampire F.

Around the Year i Charlaine is a member of many professional organizations, an Episcopalian, and currently the lucky houseparent to two rescue dogs. Still love you Sookie!!

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Well, apparently this isn’t the goal here. I would again have that feeling of belonging with someone, instead of being alone.

This is only the second time I have ever done this with a book.