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From Dead to Worse - Charlaine Harris Stuff changed in "Dead to Worse," and not always for the better, which made me like it more than I probably would have otherwise.

There's a description of the double-Bellefleur wedding in the beginning of this book, which I could have lived without as it bored me immensely (especially since I loathe the Bellefleurs and their stupid ~~issues~~), but whatever, I guess it needed to be done to set up a few other plot points.

Overall, I enjoyed this installment -- mostly because of the snow-globe-shaking that goes on in Bon Temps -- although it did seem a little less, I don't know... lively? than the last couple of books.

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