Sleeping Beauties Characters

King, Owen and King, Stephen
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Evie Black

Evie Black is the central character in the novel. She is some sort of supernatural figure with a variety of powers including the ability to heal and to communicate with animals. There are a good many references that seem to indicate she is a goddess or religious figure. She is compared to Eve from the garden of Eden and is given characteristics of Jesus Christ.

The Aurora Flu starts spreading shortly after Evie arrives in Dooling. She comes from a Tree in the forest that is larger and more beautiful than all of the other trees there. Evie angered and disappointed when she sees the shed in which Truman is making meth, a potent and highly addictive drug. She violently kills Truman as well as a friend who is staying with him but never touches Tiffany, Truman’s girlfriend. After committing the double murder Evie sets fire...

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