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Night World No. 1: Secret Vampire; Daughters of Darkness; Spellbinder Paperback – June 3, 2008
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L.J. Smith is the New York Times bestselling author of the Night World and Vampire Diaries series. She has written over twenty-five books and lives in California.
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My only complaint is that each of their stories ended a bit quickly, and I wanted to know more about each couple and see more of the romance and relationships. Especially Ash and Mary Lynette. I'm very curious to know just how that would work for them.
I liked that because they are all part of the Night World, that they kind of all intertwine a bit and would love it if each of these characters would make more appearances in the other stories.
I'm really looking forward to the next book and very much recommend this book. =D
I would recommend these for entertainment purposes because they can be a little cheesy, but not nearly on the same level as Twilight. They are very fun and the characters are not bland at all.
In this first installment of the Night World, you follow three very different tales. Full of drama and intense touches of romance (under 18 friendly) that leave you breathless and dying for more! As I said previously, they are a little short, ~200 pages each, but they're still well worth it.
If you like drama, fantasy, danger, vampires, witches, werewolves, shapeshifters, and tales of forbidden love that you just CAN'T put down until its over, I suggest Nightworld.
This is a very big book, 700+ pages. But don't fear, it's easy and fast reading. It combines 3 stories of the Night World.
The first is Secret Vampire. This is a sad tale of a young girl diagnosed with cancer and it's too far along, she's dieing, and not in years, she has only a couple weeks possibly days. She's also a twin and her best friend is a mysterious boy she met when she was five. She's always known there is something different about James but didn't know what. She'll find out as she starts her life anew in the Night World and leaves behind everything she's known. But with James' help and his love for her, Poppy will prevail. Her first test deals with James' self centered trouble making cousin Ash. This was a great read. I enjoyed it more than Twilight. I compare to Twilight because when I started this book that was the first thing that came to mind, the stories are similar yet different. At least in this book the vampires really do have fangs. I hope to read of Poppy and James in future books of the Night World. I wonder too, will Poppy keep in touch with her witch brother Phil, her twin.
The second is Daughters of Darkness. You'll follow the lives of Krestel, Rowan, and Jade. These 3 vampires are the sisters of Ash. Yes Ash, you heard these girls' names in the first story and learned how bad Ash is. The 3 have ran away from home to go live with their Great Aunt Opal. Upon arriving at the bus station Opal isn't there to greet them so they start walking. I didn't realize what they were until the 2 boys pick the 3 girls up on the road and decide to take them on a field trip. There's another character here to, Mary-Lynnette, she's a star gazer and she catches the 3 girls burying something in Opal's flower garden that oddly resembles a body in trash bags. After some snooping by Mary-Lynnette and Mark, her brother, a friendship is made. There's something about Ash and Mary-Lynnette too, every time they touch it's electric. The odd group team up to find Opal's killer to discover there is also a werewolf in town. In this book I actually liked Ash. I hope to read more about him and Mary-Lynnette. Will they get together in a year as Ash promises?
The third is Spellbinder. In Secret Vampire, Ash took Poppy to meet his kin in Vegas, Thea and Blaise. These 2 are witches and have just been expelled from school again. Blaise enjoys snaring human boys and the destroying them when she's done playing with them. On their first day of school Thea meets her soulmate, Eric. Blaise is determined to have him for herself but none of her efforts are rewarded. In the chaos Thea releases a dead witch.
All three of these stories have to deal with the main character finding their soulmate, and always humans. All page turners and all worth the read.
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I say 9 because number 10 was for some reason stopped?Read more