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I can't believe is it the same writer. Obviously, L.J. Smith has grown enormously as a writer. The characters are far more multi-dimensional and the plot is less predictable. World building is phenomenal. And I am officially kind of in love with Damon. Who would have thought!
When is Midnight coming out on audio book? I can't even imagine it without Rebecca Mozo's terrific narration.
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I loved how much time was put into Damon in this book. I do not understand why she is with Stefan. This book was one of my favorites in the series. I would reccommend it if you enjoy the television series vs. the books. This one felt like it was definitely influenced by the TV series.
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In this, the second volume in the new vampire diaries trilogy, the author continues to lead readers down the slightly obscure path she started us on in Nightfall. The first four books, written over ten years ago had a certain something of power about them which this new trilogy doesn't quite have. There really is something special about the original series. That said, it could be that, unlike many readers, Damon never held any charms for me. Stefan was always my champion and he is missing from a good part of both this book and Nightfall. This is just my personal preference rather than a criticism against the author, which is why I've still given it the top rating. Shadow Souls still has the same vivid descriptions and fascinating characters that first captivated me, and the writing only improves with each book. Also, the very unexpected ending will leave readers quite literally begging for the final instalment. I can only hope that Stefan gets the happy ending he deserves.
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