The third book in the "Sookie Stackhouse" series by Charlaine Harris, finally passed what has happened in the television series on HBO so far. There are some interesting bends and twists in the story line, and the main character becomes even more defined as the changes in her life become more drastic. As is usually the case in series, the characters become more like people the longer that the author has to work with them, and that is certainly the case here. So far, I am enjoying the series. It is by no means the best thing I have read, but it is good enough to catch and keep my attention.