Sookie Stackhouse — Character
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General One-line Descripton of who the character is
Sookie is a telepathic waitress who lives in a small town in Louisiana. We first meet her at a time when Vampires have revealed to the world their existance.
Human, mostly, there is a reveal later on in the series around book four.
Telepathy—Sookie can hear the thoughts of people, human people. Shapeshifters come in muddles only being able to catch a part thought here and there. Vampres not at all accept extremely rarely. Sookie finds this very soothing and therefore enjoys the company of vampires—some vampires—many are very dangerous.
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- Sookie Stackhouse - Wikipedia
- Sookie Stackhouse - Southern Vampire Mysteries, Charlaine Harris
- Sookie Stackhouse - True Blood Wiki
- Sookie Stackhouse (Character) - Comic Vine
- Sookie Stackhouse (Character)
- Characters/The Sookie Stackhouse Mysteries - Television Tropes & Idioms
- Sookie Stackhouse (SookieBonTemps) on Twitter
- ERIC AND SOOKIE LOVERS | Your Home & #1 Source for the Vampire Viking & Telepathic Barmaid!
- True Blood - True Blood Wiki
- The Sookie Stackhouse Reread: Book 13, Dead Ever After Review | Tor.com
- 11 Reasons To Read The Sookie Stackhouse Books | ERIC AND SOOKIE LOVERS
- Submissions :: True Blood Versus the Sookie Stackhouse Novels
- True Blood's Sookie: As Close To Wonder Woman As TV Gets - Forbes
- Charlaine Harris Talks True Blood vs Sookie Stackhouse Novels.
- Iconography: Sookie Stackhouse | Bitch Media
- Beyond True Blood's Sensationalism | Feminist Frequency
- True Blood Fan Confession: I’m So Over Sookie | Tor.com
- Book 13 marks the end of Charlaine Harris' Sookie Stackhouse series
- True Blood or the Sookie Novels: Which Is Better? - Forbes