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Product Details

  • Mass Market Paperback: 416 pages
  • Publisher: Pocket Books (July 27, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1439163480
  • ISBN-13: 978-1439163481
  • Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 1 x 6.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,784,389 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Jeri Smith-Ready has been writing fiction since the night she had her first double espresso. A steady stream of caffeine has resulted in twelve published novels for teens and adults, including RT Reviewers Choice-winning fantasy EYES OF CROW; as well as the PRISM award-winning WICKED GAME and SHADE. Her most recent release is the YA contemporary novel THIS SIDE OF SALVATION, which Booklist called a "smart, unpredictable, and well-rounded tale" in its starred review.
 
Jeri lives in the rolling hills of Maryland with her husband and two cats, who often play tag-team "sit in the author's lap and keep her from writing." (The cats, that is, not the husband. Though actually...) When not writing, she's either out running or on Twitter.

Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.

My My, Hey Hey (Out of the Blue)

I’m okay now.

Just so you know.

I mean, just so I know.

Not that I wonder.

(deep breath)

© 2010 Jeri Smith-Ready

More About the Author

Jeri Smith-Ready has been writing fiction since the night she had her first double espresso. A steady stream of caffeine has produced twelve published novels for teens and adults since 2001.

Jeri lives in Maryland with her husband and two cats, who often play tag-team "sit in the author's lap and keep her from writing." (The cats, that is, not the husband. Though, actually...)

Customer Reviews

Felt nothing for the characters or their problems.
kitty kat
I have a feeling this is going to blow up big time in the next book, but I guess time will tell on that one.
A Bookworm's Haven
Overall, I definitely found myself becoming more of a fan of this series after reading this book.
Vi the Vi3tBabe

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer VINE VOICE on July 23, 2010
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I am not one for putting spoilers in my reviews. But what to do when a book is almost one giant spoiler? This was one of hardest reviews I've written. I loved the book and want to tell you why...but how to tell you that without ruining anything. Hmmmm......So here's my attempt at a non spoilery - yet interesting book review.

Bring on the Night is about Faith.

Ciara's lack of it.

Shane's complete, blind belief in it.

How many pieces of your soul will you sell to protect those you love?

And oh yeah - there are zombies!

Bring on the Night reminded me of a three act play.

Act 1: The set up to the story. Things are better than they have ever been.
Act 2: Then they are not.
Act 3: The aftermath.

Ciara's finally finishing up her college degree and has just completed her training with "The Control" - a secret government agency whose mission is "to balance the safety and well-being of humans AND vampires." Yeah right. They aren't named The Control for nothing....they blackmailed her into service and they are exerting an ever increasing amount of control over Ciara & Shane's lives.
Despite the Control looming over them, Ciara and Shane have never been happier - they're living together, she's helping to plan best friend Lori and David's wedding. That is until dead bodies start popping up. They have reason to suspect it may be one their own. Jim, one of the vampires that works as a DJ at the WVMP radio station has been acting more and more reckless.
But what they uncover is something much more sinister. A plague is spreading, the dead are rising and the events that unfold change their lives forever.
The tone is very different for Bring on the Night than in the previous two books in the series.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By brookereviews on August 2, 2010
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Ciara Griffin is an ex-con artist, but now she is spending her time differently. Trying to finish up her bachelors degree, enjoying living with her vampire/DJ boyfriend Shane McAllister and their vampire dog Dexter, and training for the paranormal paramilitary agency, the Control. Life is busy for Ciara and it is about to get crazy on top of that. A strange and fatal virus starts spreading all over her city of Sherwood leaving no human safe, and someone is causing corpses to rise from their graves leaving no one, not even vampires safe.

This is probably one of the hardest book reviews I have had to write in a really long time. I have literally sat here staring at my monitor for an hour and just thinking about what I just read. The problem is, the teeniest of details could totally spoil the whole book for readers. My goal here is to tell you how wonderful this book is without spoiling you, and convincing you to run out and buy it right now! How about I just tell you, RUN OUT AND BUY THIS NOW! Did it work? Hm, fine, here is my review.

Bring on the Night is the third installment in the WVMP Vampires series. The absolutely best part about these books are the characters. Jeri Smith-Ready writes them in a realistic way making their personalities shine through, and as a reader you get to know all their quirks and what makes them special. They feel like friends and you end up caring about what happens to each one of them. In Bring on the Night readers get to see a deeper side of the DJs and gain a better understanding of what they go through daily.

One of the most important parts, for me, was that the characters have to dive in and face their fears. The fear of losing someone, whether it be to death or from growing apart.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By eperdu on April 6, 2011
Format: Mass Market Paperback
The first thing that put me off the series was the passing of time between book 2 and 3. As another reader said, they thought they'd missed a book since so much time had passed. I quite agree.

The continued unresolved sexual tension between David and Ciara is tiresome. I think it's been drawn out too long. I felt that Ciara's time at Control was too short and I would have liked to have seen more of her training. To jump into the world 2.5 years after book 2 and right into her training and then right back out of training within a chapter is disorienting.

Again, with the passing of time it was a way for the author to write what she thought should happen with the characters and make it seem realistic/plausible. It seems that it was expected that weddings, school, training, etc should happen and they really didn't add anything to the story at all. It was all this hype to push the story forward in time and it was a waste.

I believe this book was longer than the first two in words but it had no more actual content.

That said, the mysterious and fatal virus was an interesting take. It worked in the story but it was a stretch at times. The new characters we met were stereotypical and too obvious for my tastes.

This book was my least favorite of the series (so far). I still like the author and hope that future books have the kinks worked out. I just felt this book was a bit of a flop.
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By A Book Obsession.. on September 30, 2010
Format: Mass Market Paperback
This book is set about three years after the last book with Ciara training for her position in the control. Much to her chagrin, she is stationed with the Immanence Corps, a group filled of vampires and humans with special abilities. However, before she can get officially "signed" in, a insanely virus starts sweeping her campus. At first the doctors think its chicken pox, but when it starts killing people within hours of the onset of symptoms they quickly realize this virus is something more. Long story short, Ciara is one of the few at a major risk. Some major events happen that start a tailspin that will leave everyone forever change.

I'm having a hard time talking about this book without spoiling anything, it just really was that eventful. The book at its core is really mostly about belief and faith. As we know from the previous books, Shane has it and Ciara has the absolute opposite. It is her utter lack of faith that allows her blood to heal vampires from holy wounds. Due to the events in this book, her lack of faith is challenged, and for the first time in her life she finds herself wanting to believe in something.

The characters in this series will just grip you and make you care so much for them. Each one's personality is completely unique and I found myself loving each and every one of them despite their quirks. In this book, we get a closer look at the DJs and who they really are. I also loved the progression in Shane and Ciara's relationship. It took leaps forward, and well, backwards as well. Everything between them feels so real, and I really enjoyed seeing them together. The road between them will still be long and I'm sure filled with potholes, but I think it will be a journey worth spending.

I thoroughly enjoyed this book.
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