This is book 3 of the Sookie Stackhouse series. I was hoping that this book would be better than the first two since I didn't have the tv show True Blood to compare it to. The book started off slow but got better once Alcide's character was introduced. As the book progressed, the plot dragged and I lost interest. I find Sookie annoying as the main character and while reading Club Dead, I could have cared less what happened to her. I was rooting for the people who were trying to kill her. Sad. Like I said after reading Living Dead in Dallas, I hope the next book is better. As of today, I don't understand why the series is so popular.The reason why I gave it two stars instead of one is because other supernatural beings were introduced in this novel; mainly wereloves. And I love werewolves.