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For the first time since moving to New Salem, Cassie Blake feels normal. She's dating her soul mate, Adam, and making new friends in town. But between the secret coven of witches she belongs to and the incredible power she holds within her, Cassie is leading a far from ordinary life. When tragedy strikes the Circle, Cassie realizes being extraordinary can be a curse.
The Circle is being hunted by an unknown enemy - and anyone could be the next victim. As they struggle to protect themselves, alliances are formed and relationships are tested. No one knows who to trust or who to fear. Will Cassie be able to save the Circle...and herself? Or will her choices break it apart forever?
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By Theodore on 04-05-12
Whets your appetite just enough....
I wasn't sure how the book was going to turn after the previous books parts. Some interesting elements were introduced in this books, a couple new characters as well and some surprising twists. The narration is what I have come to expect from The Secret Circle and delivers as I would expect it to with nothing extraordinary to speak of.
To be honest I thought the book series had ended after the third book. Everything appeared to be tied up to an extent and left me thinking there was nothing too major to be resolved. So I was quite surprised when I was browsing the site and found that there was another book out.
This fourth book to me reminds me of the first book where L.J Smith was putting the elements in place for the book to 'pick up' later on. It reminds also of one of the more annoying aspects of the books for me surrounding the teenage-fated-to-be-forever-love thing. That's not to say the book wasn't good and it did have a lot of exciting parts and twists about it, I actually enjoyed it and am also genuinely interested as to how it will proceed. I am a bit wanting as it regards to character development of anyone in the circle other than Cassie though... The circle is twelve witches and at most the only ones who had made any meaningful development/change to me are Cassie and Faye.
Overall to me a good starting point for what is to come.... Whatever it is....
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By Jeramie on 05-03-12
THIS IS NOT WRITTEN BY LJ SMITH
This book wasn???t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?
SOMEONE WHO HASNT READ BOOKS ACTUALLY WRITTEN BY LJ SMITH AND WOULD THEREFOR HAVE NO EXPECTATIONS.
Has The Divide turned you off from other books in this genre?
NO IT JUST MAKES ME DOUBLE CHECK WEATHER OR NOT AN AUTHOR HAS ACTUALLY WRITTEN THE BOOKS AS DISPLAYED.
What does Devon Sorvari bring to the story that you wouldn???t experience if you just read the book?
SHE GIVES THE CHARACTERS LIFE AND SETS A GREAT TONE FOR THE SERIES.
Any additional comments?
SHAME ON YOU AUDIBLE FOR PROMOTING THIS BOOK AS WRITTEN BY LJ SMITH SO THAT IT WOULD ACTUALLY SELL. I DIDNT EVEN REALIZE IT UNTIL PART WAY THROUGH THE BOOK WHEN I STARTED ASKING MYSELF WFT SHE WAS DOING TO THE STORYLINE. THEN AFTER SOME RESEARCH I FOUND THAT THIS WAS WRITTEN BY SOME GHOSTWRITER SINCE APPARENTLY SHE WAS FIRED FROM WRITING HER OWN SERIES. I DESERVE A REFUND ON MY CREDIT FOR THIS ONE.
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