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Damon: Determined to make Elena his, he'd kill his own brother to possess her. Stefan: Desperate for the power to destroy Damon and protect Elena, he gives in to his thirst for human blood. Elena: The girl who can have anyone finds herself in the middle of a love triangle...one that might turn deadly.
©1991 Daniel Weiss Associate, Inc., and Lisa Smith; (P)2009 HarperCollins Publishers
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By Patty on 06-20-15

voices ugh

the voices for Stefan and Damon drove me crazy. almost ruined the book for me but I struggled through. they sounded like whimps was awful

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By christopher lacey on 01-07-10

Loved it...

Thought the cheesy vampire voice was going to be an obsticle... but I found that you quickly get over it.

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By R. T. on 01-22-11

Good grief

I agree with a previous reviewer, dull, dull, dull ! ! Book 1 piqued my interest, by the middle of book 2 I wanted the heroin to die as soon as possible lest she contaminate the human gene pool as one of stupidest most lack-lustre heroins of all time.

I think that this is an almost unbearably bad book. The description of the lead character's thought processes and the minutiae of her actions reduce the books pace to that of drying paint. GOOD GRIEF ! The Sookie Stackouse or even Merit books are Umberto Eco by comparison.

The TV series in this case is, in departing completely from the original story, doing us all a great favour.

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By Hadyn on 05-31-10

Dull, dull, dull!!

Listened to the 1st book then this, after the 1st i was hoping it would improve, but it doesnt. They are nothing like the series, the narrator sounds like shes talking through a cloth on top of which she is very dull and the story never seems to get going. MY humble opinion stick with Sookie Stackhouse!!

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