Sookie’s telepathy skills are in demand from the Queen of Louisiana to listen in at a big conference that includes the trial of the Queen for the murder of her husband, the King of Arkansas. However, it is not only injustice that they should be fearing but the dangers posed from a variety of other areas, including the anti-vampire church, the Fellowship of the Sun.
Quinn’s too busy organising the conference and while Eric is hanging around, Sookie has committed to a relationship with Quinn. So, very little loving. Which makes for a mostly dull book. Also, the plot that results in the huge event toward the end of the book is poorly considered and transparent, which was extremely disappointing. All in all, very little of the fun of the Sookie Stackhouse series.