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Revealed: A House of Night Novel (House of Night Novels) Hardcover – October 15, 2013
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The situation at the Tulsa branch of the vampyre academy House of Night appears to be unraveling: a human is murdered on school grounds; the sudden death of a fledgling vampyre sparks violence within the student body; Old Magic may be corrupting a high-priestess-in-training; and a malevolent former priestess is getting ready to make a serious comeback. Being the eleventh and penultimate book in the House of Night series, this requires serious backstory knowledge to understand the characters, their alliances, and the significance of their actions. For series fans, this is more of the same, and other than a few episodes of physical violence and what seems like a gratuitous lesbian kiss near the end, not much happens to advance the plot or character development. No worries, though—some teens will love the vamp connection, the steamy love scenes, and the pop-culture feel of this almost-final chapter. Grades 8-11. --Cindy Welch
“Twilight meets Harry Potter.” ―MTV.com on The House of Night series
“Both intense and thoroughly entertaining. . . . this outing will not disappoint House of Night fans.” ―Kirkus Reviews on Destined
“This amazing writing pair once again weaves together a world where rising darkness threatens and brave teens risk everything.” ―RT Book Reviews (4 ½ stars) on Destined
“The saga of the House of Night series continues to smolder in Burned . . . fast paced and packed with mystery, suspense, and romance, this book is a hard one to put down.” ―Voya
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I really hope the next book is the last one. I don't even really want to read the next one, but I want to finish this series. Usually when a series ends, I am so disappointmented because I want more of the story. Not with this series anymore. I just want it to hurry up and end.
I just feel like there could've been more to happen in this book or have more problems been fixed. We didn't even get to hear from Erik at all and it seemed Damien was prefectly happy. I'm sorry, but didn't his love interest JUST die like maybe a week ago from the story line? I feel like I might just be ranting on this story, but it was NOWHERE near as good as it could be considering it took a full year to get published. I think I will just stick with my indie writers for now because this book was seriously crap compared to what the Casts have put out in the past.
I loved the series at first, and still love the world and most of its characters and setting, etc. But when the books started to change point of view, they really went downhill. This book is told from so many points of view it was exasperating. And almost ALL of the Neferet stuff was really, really.....really tedious. Nothing new here.
WHAT was the big reveal? In MY opinion, I can't spoil it, but two girls discovered romantic feelings with each other with a kiss. And even that wasn't so interesting or surprising. I can't say more without spoiling it. You go girls, but when this was about the only thing NEW in the whole book, that's a bad sign. And one more thing that is VERY MUCH starting to get on my nerves is the way the fledglings speak. Their profanity and slang just get old and most of it is stupid, it makes me miss Zoey's "bullpoopies" when I read some of the things Aphrodite and others say in this book. Who talks this way? I prefer plain profanity than this STUPID talk.
I like this series as a whole, I do. But somewhere it jumped the shark BADLY. This series is NOT going to be a timeless one like the Harry Potter series and other series will, because it dates itself with stupid and unnecessary pop culture references and slang expressions that I have never heard anyone in my life say ever. It's so juvenile and it's distracting and annoying. Not well done, Casts.
I'm plodding on just to complete the series but I swear, this series should have cut a LOT, a LOT LOT LOT of filler out, and been no more than 5-6 books!
And again, nothing much happened in this book! Ok this is what I feel happened in 300+ pages: 2 female characters share a kiss and realize they have feelings for each other and/or girls. Ok. And a character is assassinated. Ok. And Zoey does something that makes me want to say, Oh No, not Hoey again, poor Stark. That's it, what was the big reveal??? I can't even imagine WHAT is SUPPOSED to happen in the LAST (thank Nxy!) book. If it's like this one we can save our trouble. Lots LOTS of filler and stupid talk, and Neferet gets defeated. And sadly this is probably 12 books that will equal to just about 3 months of "real" time for the fledglings!
Okay first before I start on this review for the eleventh book I know you guys were probably awaiting my review on the eighth, ninth, and tenth books but I just didn't feel like writing them and reading them again. So here I am going to put them into this review as well. Which I hope won't confuse anyone that is reading this book review. If it does please let me know and I will answer any questions you might have.
So for the eighth book that one was called Awakened it takes place a while after the last one. Zoey is back from the Otherworld with Stark and with Kalona back in his own body. Let's just say that this is another filler book. But this is one has a sad ending to the book and I mean really sad. I can't believe that the Casts would kill poor Jack Twist. But yeah sorry about that spoiler but anyone that has read that book would know it.
The ninth book was called Destined. That one is also another filler book. I feel like all of these books are mostly filler books. Anyways this book we find out that Neferet is really evil and is so evil that she kills Zoey's mom because her mom has blood from a Native American woman that was basically an Elder. Which Zoey's grandma was but she couldn't find her. Now from that blood we get a creature that is basically pretty weird. I feel bad for Zoey in this book since her mom was changing around but at least she was happy.
Now in the tenth book that was called Hidden. This book isn't entirely a filler book. In this one things get interesting. At least in this one Zoey and her group tried to get rid of Neferet. Though in this book and Destined Erin turned her back on the Goddess and turned to Darkness and started to date Dallas. Let's just say that didn't turn out well for anyone. Plus in Destined I believe we got a new student called Shaylin. She was a blind student and was marked by Erik. When she did get Marked she got turned into a red fledgling and when that happened she got her sight back. Along with that she got two affinities. In this book I believe Kalona became the Oath Bound Warrior to Thanatos and Aurox (the creature that was created by Zoey's mom getting killed) also put his faith into the Goddess. Oh and Aurox has Heath's soul in him as well.
Now in this book we have Zoey and her group of friends stuck in the House of Night because let's just say that Neferet killed Aphrodite's dad who is the Mayor of Tulsa. Along with having Erin reject the change in this book after getting her kicked out. We have a lot of death's in the book which sucks. They were Erin, Aphrodite's dad, Dallas, Elliot, the other kid that Elliot went to the front of the school to put his loyalty to Dallas, and two humans. This book was actually quite good despite being a filler book. We have had quite a lot of stuff happen in here. Especially with the whole thing of Nicole and Shaylin might be a thing after they kissed. Also I give this book a five star because I actually think that it was quite good. That may say something about it being the second to last book in the series. Though between us book fans I actually like Shaylin since she has an interesting back story and actually doesn't seem so Mary-Sueish like Zoey. Granted Zoey did let the Tulsa police arrest her as she killed the two humans thanks to Old Magick. I actually think that might be the only good thing that Zoey has done besides some other things in the series that I can't think of right now. But yes this is it I hope you like this review!