Eric Northman is an anecdotal character in “The Southern Vampire Mysteries”, a progression of thirteen books composed by New York Times smash hit writer Charlaine Harris. Eric Northman is a vampire presented in the principal novel of the arrangement, Dead Until Dark, and shows up in every single resulting novel. The HBO TV arrangement True Blood depends on this book arrangement, despite the fact that the character of Eric Northman is depicted to some degree in an unexpected way.
In the main novel, Dead Until Dark, Sookie Stackhouse thinks Eric is a “hunk”. Sookie depicts him as “nice looking, indeed, brilliant; light and blue-peered toward, tall and expansive carried. He was wearing boots, pants, and a vest. Period. Sort of like the folks on the front of sentiment books.” He’s around six-foot-five. At the point when Sookie sees him exposed without precedent for the fourth novel, Dead to the World, she believes that “if there were a global butt rivalry, Eric would win, pass on – or cheeks up.” Eric is portrayed as finished a thousand years of age in both the books and network show (because of his Viking roots). This makes Eric tremendously capable, considerably more so than Bill, Pam, Chow, and particularly werewolves and shapeshifters.
The creator acquaints Sookie with Eric in her first novel, Dead Until Dark. Eric at that point shows up in all the resulting books and has either spared or endeavored to spare Sookie’s life in each book. In the later books, she has additionally spared his life a few times. Subsequent to seeming to build up a friendship for Sookie in the third book in the arrangement, Club Dead, Eric has a short sentiment with her in Dead to the World, the fourth book, however, because of a revile, he lost every one of his recollections of their chance together until book eight, From Dead to Worse. Sookie, be that as it may, tells him what occurred between them in the fifth book, Dead as a Doornail, when she approached Eric for some help to help Tara. Eric requested that Sookie disclose to him reality in return for the support, so she did. In the eighth book, in the wake of sitting in Sookie’s room and being around the natural fragrances, Eric at last uncovers that he remembers the days he went through with her when the memory revile was put on him. He requests that her examine it, and she can’t.
In the seventh book, All Together Dead, when Sookie is addressed into framing a blood bond with Andre, another intense vampire, Eric ventures in entrepreneurially as the lesser of two indecencies and bonds with her himself. A blood bond is framed when a human and vampire trade blood inside a brief timeframe and it enables both to feel what the other is feeling.
In the ninth book, Dead and Gone, Eric sends Sookie a velvet package that he educates her to provide for him before King Felipe de Castro’s illustrative, Victor Madden. Without glimpsed inside the bundle initially, Sookie presents Eric the sack which contains a stylized blade that is utilized as a part of wedding services. The lord’s illustrative uncovers that the demonstration of giving and accepting the blade implies that Eric and Sookie are promised to each other. Eric claims that he tricked Sookie in light of the fact that the King of Nevada had the power and want to remove her from her home. Since they are marry, Eric is the main vampire that can approach Sookie on agony of conclusive demise. The two, not specified above, have had a sexual association with each other, to which Sookie states and proof is given that Eric is a considerable measure preferred in the sack over Bill, e.g.: “A piece of Eric’s lower life systems squeezed against me and he wasn’t standing close. Not even in the sense. Yowser. Yippee. Yum.”
They proceed with their relationship in Dead in the Family, where they are viewed as a thing and oftentimes pronounce their emotions and love for each other. Also, obviously the sex proceeds! Sookie, in any case, is somewhat fearful about her actual sentiments in connection to the blood bond she has with Eric. She doesn’t believe her own particular sentiments to be genuine or not. Eric habitually alludes to her as his significant other and is extremely defensive over her. They talk, they giggle and they bear on a quite typical relationship, aside from all the blood, demise and different fiascoes.
In Deadlocked, Eric has a gathering when Felipe de Castro is around the local area, yet the body of a lady appears in his front yard.