Synopsis (from Amazon)
Now it’s the turn of the weres and shifters to follow the lead of the undead and reveal their existence to the ordinary world. Sookie Stackhouse already knows about them, of course – her brother turns into a panther at the full moon, she’s friend to the local Were pack and Sam, her boss at Merlotte’s bar, is a shifter. At first the great Were revelation seems to go well – then the horribly mutilated body of a were-panther is found outside Merlotte’s. Though Sookie never cared that much for the victim, no one deserves such a horrible death, so she agrees to use her telepathic talent to track down the murderer. But what Sookie doesn’t realise is that there is a far greater danger than this killer threatening Bon Temps: a race of unhuman beings, older, more powerful and far more secretive than the vampires or the werewolves is preparing for war . . .
Lots of Eric in this one, and proper Eric too. I am happy. Must say I expected more from the Weres n this book though and we barely saw Alcide. Again I thought there were a lot of threads all over the place, not a bad thing, it kept the action going. I really don’t have much to say. I just hope Sookie’s great grandfather was talking about Eric not Bill at the end.