Charlaine Harris: Grave Sight

Well, it seems I will be doing more book reviews than just writer features since I’m participating in several reading challenges and I need to post reviews of books for them.

So, to start with my first suspense and thriller review, one of Charlaine Hariss’ books. Honestly, I didn’t know CH had another series besides Sookie Stackhouse. I accidentally stumbled upon them the other day in my favourite bookstore. I ended up going home with one, Grave Sight – love the name. πŸ™‚

Anyway, Harper Connolly has a special gift, she can find dead people. And she goes around when people call her to find their missing/killed loved ones. Of course, since she can do that she is exposed to quite a lot of prejudice and you can find that in the book. I don’t want to talk much about what happens but it’s interesting how much CH has to say about injustice in our world (or the American South world).

I also understand that vampires are much more interesting reading these days so that might be the reason why this series progressed to 3 books, while Sookie is aroung book 12 or 13, I’m not sure. Not that I mind. I can hardly wait for the next one. πŸ™‚

But I alse look forward to reading the following book in Harper’s series. I wonder if that one will be as interestingly provocative and that I won’t be able to find the killer before the end (or get the idea what is happening). πŸ™‚
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2 thoughts on “Charlaine Harris: Grave Sight

  1. The Left Coast Nose February 1, 2010 at 17:07 Reply

    Well, where your reading leads you, Ines, I can't follow, but I'm cheering you on from afar. Read on!!!

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  2. Ines February 1, 2010 at 17:18 Reply

    LCN, you know, I actually share the sentiment. πŸ™‚ There are some book blogs I visit, but where they go, I don't think I'll ever follow.Btw, my nose is almost back. Can't wait to have its full capacity back! πŸ™‚

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