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The first novel in the Sookie Stackhouse series (the series that the show TrueBlood is based upon) is basically the first season. If you have seen the t.v. series and think it is graphic, then the book will show you the sense of where the graphicness is from. Recommended before watching the series because then you can visualize the characters yourself.
posted Jul 18, 2010 at 7:22PM
This the first in a wonderful series. Imagine Stephine Plum ( Janet Evanovich series) was to be born and raised in Louisana, become a waitress, and hook up with a vampire. With the very same results.I find that I have re-read the whole series again. I come to one conculsion. This " Twilight" for adults. Now let me make one disclaimer - THIS IS NOT, LET ME REPEAT MYSELF. THIS NOT TRUE BLOOD! THE ONLY THING TRUE BLOOD AND THIS SERIES HAS IN COMMON IS THE CHARACTERS NAMES, PLOT IDEAS (which they have mangled) AND SOME LOCATIONS.
posted Sep 14, 2010 at 2:42PM
I totally agree with poohbubba! I just read the Stephanie Plum series by Janet Evanovich and would have never guess the similarities. I also agree that the HBO show and the books are very different. Different chemistry between characters and some of the plot ideas change a bit.
posted Apr 28, 2011 at 8:56AM
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Keeps to herself; hates to invade other people's minds; has no social life; saved Bill's life from a couple wanting to drain him and sell his blood; falls in love with Bill;.
His race is accused of murdering three females.