Books, j'adore

This is the second book in Charlaine Harris’ newest series about Midnight, Texas (existing in the same world as her popular Sookie Stackhouse books but sharing only a few overlapping characters, though each book has introduced someone “new” that her faithful readers will recognize), and while I wasn’t crazy about the style of the first one, I like her enough as an author that it was a no brainer to pick it up. I suppose it was especially interesting to me since I spent the last full week of September in Austin, Texas struggling to find free activities appropriate for a three month old and his extremely sweaty mama.

Previously, my experience with Texas had been limited to driving through it last year on our long road trip (and one very bad airport experience in Dallas). Before we’d started on that leg of the trip (it took about two and…

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