Did this bother anybody else? No, I'm not talking about the ending SPOILER


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Initial post: Nov 1, 2009 8:17:49 AM PST
Kim R says:
I keep hearing everyone complain about how the author brought Elena back from the dead at the end of the book. While the lack of explaination did bother me, the fact that Klaus was the villian in Dark Reunion is what really detracted from my enjoyment of the book. In The Fury, Katherine clearly said that she killed Klaus, then surprise Klaus is here to kill you because you killed Katherine. I kept waiting for Smith to explain why Klaus was still alive, but sadly I'm still waiting...

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Ceren says:
Exactly; it doesn't make sense at all. I re-read the part in Fury to check if I remembered correctly. Katherine clearly states that she has killed Klaus. I don't know how the author or her editors could make such a continuity mistake.

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