The Sookie Stackhouse Companion

The Sookie Stackhouse Companion

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Penguin Putnam
Explore the unconventional, otherworldly life of psychic waitress Sookie Stackhouse in this companion to the bestselling series that takes a closer look at Sookie and her family, friends, enemies, adventures, and—of course—the lovers who set her world on fire... 

Visit Bon Temps, the small Louisiana town that Sookie calls home, with a detailed map created by Charlaine herself, and learn the characteristics of the supernaturals who live there: vampires, two-natured, and fae. Examine all the branches of Sookie’s family tree. And eavesdrop on the private conversations between rival vampires Eric and Bill.

Also, enjoy the compelling novella “Small-Town Wedding,” in which Sookie accompanies her shapeshifting boss, Sam, to his brother’s wedding in Texas, where happily-ever-after seems very far away....

Exclusive interviews with True Blood creator Alan Ball and author Charlaine Harris—compiled from fan questions—will satisfy your craving for all things Sookie, as will trivia questions, recipes (including Caroline Bellefleur’s famous chocolate cake!), and a concordance to the Sookie Stackhouse novels.

Baker & Taylor
A tour of Bon Temps, Louisiana, provides a definitive guide to the family, friends, enemies, adventures, and lovers of clairvoyant waitress Sookie Stackhouse, heroine of the bestselling novels and HBO series "True Blood."

Baker
& Taylor

Take a tour of Bon Temps, Louisiana, in this definitive guide to the family, friends, enemies, adventures and lovers of clairvoyant waitress Sookie Stackhouse, heroine of the bestselling novels and HBO series True Blood. TV tie-in.

Publisher: New York : Penguin Group, 2011
Edition: 1st ed. --
ISBN: 9780441019717
0441019714
Characteristics: x, 461 p. : map ; cm
Additional Contributors: Harris, Charlaine

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rene1951
Sep 05, 2015

She is not a clairvoyant but a telepathic receiver.

jaimevorek82 Jun 19, 2012

I love all Charlaine Harris books! Excellent read, all of them

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smichal
May 26, 2012

Being a fan of the Sookie Stackhouse books, I try to get my hands on all the short stories. I realized I had missed this one so I borrowed it from the library.

The first part had a long story about Sookie visiting Sam's family in Texas. If we ever needed proof that Sam is boring as a suitor, this is it. I had a hard time finishing it.

Another section contains email/phone call transcripts between Eric & Bill. OK we know that Eric summoned Bill to work for him on different occasions. Do we care about the exact wording? It adds zero value.

Another section was an interview with Allan Ball. WTH? He's not a part of the book world. Let him write his own True Blood book.

Next was an interview with Charlaine Harris - nothing new in here.

And a huge section of the book: an index of all characters and summaries about them.

Cookielover Mar 21, 2012

This book is a good refresher if you have not read the series in awhile and would like to refresh your mind on it before the new book comes out. However, it isn't that necessary to read. The novella about the wedding is a good read and the Bill and Eric conversations are amusing but besides that this book is just a summary of the series and not necessary to read.

Pippykins Jan 11, 2012

I love the Sookie Stackhouse series however I had a hard time getting into this book.

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bobsparks
Jan 03, 2012

This book is completely unreadable!

LaimaA Nov 29, 2011

The novella is very entertaining and at nearly 80 pages, the book is worth getting just for that. The secret Bill-Eric conversations were amusing and the recipes were pretty neat. Life in Bon Temps was mostly summaries of the Sookie Stackhouse novels.

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karaque
Nov 11, 2011

This is a fun waiting-for-the-next-Sookie-Stackhouse-book-to-come-out read for lovers of the Harris series. The short story is fun; if you love trivia, then the rest 200 pages will keep you happy. Otherwise, it's filler, but fun filler

bookfanatic1979 Sep 12, 2011

Okay, so I cheated a little. I did not read the couple-hundred page glossary at the end of the book. The plot summaries were particularly helpful in refreshing my memory as to what events took place in which books. Bring on the next one!

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BlondieBear
Sep 07, 2011

80 very enjoyable pages (short story, "Small-Town Wedding").

The rest is filler IMO, if you've already read the novels.

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