Vampire's have been all the rage for the past few years, with a whole host of television shows and movies being based on the blood suckers. One such hit show is HBO's True Blood, which is based on the novels written by Charlaine Harris. Charlaine has now been talking about the differences between the True Blood television series and her novels.
Harris told Entertainment Weekly, "Of course they have to compress and delete some things because the books are so long. I really like that because I get to see what I’ve read and enjoyed. But at the same time, True Blood gives you the same characters in a completely new environment."
Charlaine Harris is releasing the final Sookie Stackhouse novel and she says that she just felt like the time was right to say goodbye, "I’ve sure enjoyed living in Bon Temps and seeing Sookie so much, but I just came to realize that I’d come to the end of what I’d wanted to say about her."
As for the television series, True Blood season six is set to premiere on HBO on June 16. Some fans feel that the show has lost its way in the past couple of seasons and hope to see it get back to its best.