Fairy Dust Charlaine Harris PDF – Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt ) or read online for free. New York Times bestselling author Charlaine Harris has re-imagined the supernatural .. Fairy Dust is a short story in the Sookie Stackhouse series by popular. Fairy Dust By Charlaine Harris – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period.

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Feb 02, Sarah rated it liked it Shelves: When she goes to Claude and Claudine’s home in Monroe, she finds three people bound up in the house. If it comes out in paperback it might be a fun book to have, even just for bragging rights for having all the Sookie books, but otherwise it’s a great candidate to get from the library.

What Readers Are Saying What do you think? It introduces the topic of Hadley’s death, which kicks off the events in the sixth Vampire Mysteries book, Definitely Dead. She recalls that she heard a noise in the woods the night before, so she trudges out to investigate.

Some of these stories should have been included as sections in the other books and expanded upon! Sookie uses her brain to triumph over supernatural assholes in this story, which is always fun. Harris really overdid the explaining in these.

It’s something Eric does every year with the anticpiation of being graced with the presence of a true star in the Vampire world. The book characters are amused charlaind Eric’s childlike hope that the Count will appear at his party, just like Linus of the Peanuts comic hopes in vain to greet the Charlaime Pumpkin. Eric invites Sookie to celebrate Dracula Night at his nightclub, Fangtasia.


Dress-code cocktail wear, so she buys a new dress, pink with sequins.

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Open Preview See a Problem? View all 5 comments. A Touch of Dead. This was a fun story that could have fit anywhere in the series. Cataliades one of my FAVORITE side characters ever, by the way and find out what really happened to Sookie’s cousin Hadley, which lays the groundwork for her going to New Orleans and getting messed up in even more shady vampire business.

In this book, Sookie is pursued by a very sexy vampire—and a very deadly monster. However, the collection was somewhat deficient in two counts, resulting the dropping of a star: Even small local magic. I wasn’t expecting the sneaky twist at the end, but loved it.

Amelia and Sookie discover that the break-in was just Greg’s daughter and her secretive boyfriend, who is actually a newly turned vampire. Featuring Amelia and a brief appearance by Bob, “Lucky” was an enjoyable and cute read.

Fairy Dust

Feb duat, it’chy rated it liked it Shelves: I hadn’t read any of Harris’ books but figured there must be some fantastic writing for her to This book was passed to me by my older sister, who is not a reader.

She’s created an internally consistent and very plausibly presented alternate world, and in a lot of ways a world that I’d prefer to live in, if I could find a way there. The mystery was pretty dim, including Sookie’s eureka moment.


Gift Wrap was probably my favorite one just for the fact that it seemed to have the most action, although Dracula was good too. If the writing was good enough, the stories would work anyway.

Gift Wrap During this very short story Sookie is confronted by a very mysterious, very handsome stranger and while it didn’t really afiry too much to the books, it was a sweet way for Sookie to spend Christmas Eve and the right note to end this volume on.

This should’ve been a scene in a larger book. The remainder of her evening is also quite unexpected, though hardly unwelcome. A sweet and funny dose of Sookie. Gift wrap – brilliant and interesting. I No information has been given about the first publication of these stories. I’d only read one of the stories before, unfortunately for me it was apparently the best of the bunch.

This book is a shameless attempt to milk money out of fans of the Stackhouse series. Claude and Claudine are certain that one of the three murdered their triplet yes, there were three of these afiry people! After a brief introduction aimed more at the regular readers of the series, rather than people like me who stay away from the novels, and only cherish the short bursts of pleasure provided by short storieswe have the stories which are: