The Sookie Stackhouse Companion : Sookie Stackhouse

  • by Charlaine Harris
  • Narrated by Johanna Parker, Laurie Birmingham, Christina Moore, Andrew Watts, Brian Hutchison, Scott Sowers
  • Series: Sookie Stackhouse
  • 9 hrs and 55 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Fans of Charlaine Harris’ number-one New York Times best-selling Sookie Stackhouse novels will find much to enjoy in this companion to the immensely popular series. Included are a never-before-published novella and an exclusive interview with Alan Ball, creator of HBO’s True Blood. Sookie herself guides listeners on a behind-the-scenes tour of Bon Temps, gives them a peek at the werewolf and werepanther communities, provides a glimpse through the racks of her best friend Tara’s dress shop, and offers a look at Merlotte’s - the bar where Sookie earns her living.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Short story is OK. But this isn't worth a credit

I rate all of the Sookie novels high and the short story read by Johanna Parker was good. However this book has so much filler. I would have preferred to read it on a Kindle and skip most of it. The summary of all the novels was OK but a fan doesnt need that. The secret communications between Eric & Bill was definitely interesting. Though the two guys reading as Bill and Eric are experienced narrators, they weren't convincing in these roles. For example Bill had no Southern accent. I am not a fan of the TV show. That's another topic, but Steven Moyer nails Bill, IMO, and the show does have great actors. This Companion Novel lost my suppport when i reached the chapter dedicated to the President of the Charlaine Harris fan club. Seriously, who cares! That was filler.
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- Daniel

Very dissappointed!

This book really bummed me out. It wasn't at all what I expected and it definitely wasn't what I hoped for. If someone feels like skipping all Sookie Stackhouse books it would be helpful, but then what's the point anyway. I didn't see it as a "companion" I saw it as a rip off. I think the description was really misleading as well. Big Dissappointment. It really seemed like a way for the publisher to make money off Sookie fans. I can't see a true fan of all of the books enjoying this at all. The Bill and Eric voices were absolutely horrendous. No offense to the guys who read them, but they just did NOT work for the characters.
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- Kelleefornia

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-30-2011
  • Publisher: Recorded Books