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Betrayed: Number 2 in series: 2/6 (House of Night) Paperback – 5 Feb 2009

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  • Paperback: 400 pages
  • Publisher: Atom (5 Feb. 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1905654324
  • ISBN-13: 978-1905654321
  • Product Dimensions: 12.6 x 2.6 x 19.7 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (108 customer reviews)
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on 4 Jan. 2010
Format: Paperback
I am writing this from my dad's account.

If only I could get four and a half stars, cos that is what I would rather give this, so it is rounded up. Anyway...

I read the first book in the House of Night series ("Marked" - really really good, five stars) after one of my friends recommended it to me, and after adoring it, decided to read the second, "Betrayed". I haven't read the Twilight series, so I can't compare this to it, but at first glance, I definitely prefer the House of Night - it seems a more original and imaginative take on the vampire genre.

It is set in America and about sixteen-year-old Zoey Redbird and what she gets up to at a boarding school for fledgling vampires (vampires in training)after being Marked by the Tracker. (Being Marked is where are small crescent moon is permanently put on your forehead, and once you have finished the Change, the moon will be filled-in and be a sapphire colour and there will be intricate tattoos on your face, shoulders, back and front.) Zoey has been given special gifts by the vampire goddess, whom vampires worship, Nyx.
So, Zoey becomes leader of the Dark Daughters (a sort of club where rituals are held). And everything seems to be going OK until...

Someone (or something...creepy thought) starts killing human teenagers, and all evidence (or possible framing) leads to the House of Night and its residents, and two detectives seem to be particularly interested in Zoey...

On top of this, Zoey must grapple with the boyfriend issue. She is torn between...
1.) Heath her human "almost ex-boyfriend" who she has known since...well ages.
2.) Erik, a fledgling like Zoey, a very popular guy and "totally delicious.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Dilly McDonald on 26 Oct. 2011
Format: Paperback
My experience with the first novel of the series (Marked) wasn't entirely favourable, but I thought I would give the second book a quick go to see if anything improved. My answer is no. In fact, there were some points where the novel got much, much worse.

One aspect of the books that I have decided I dislike is the immediacy of them, and the way that we see *everything* that goes on with Zoey. She wakes up, she has breakfast, she goes to classes, she has an argument with Aphrodite... Betrayed covered around four days or so, and that managed to fill a whole book simply because of the amount of erroneous information we receive.

I also dislike Zoey. Not only is she becoming a major Mary Sue - practically perfect in every way - but she is a massive hypocrite. She is constantly talking scathingly about the 'hos' and referring back to when she saw Aphrodite trying to force naughty favours on the boy who is now her boyfriend - and yet we have her here flirting with the emotions of THREE guys, including a teacher. Not only that, but there is a very inappropriately sexy scene where she starts touching a guy in rather rude places! She is the person she despises...

I did think that the Casts were going to do something brave with Stevie Ray, but it looks like that will be overturned in a future book.

At the end of the first book, I felt like I wanted to read more in a guilty pleasure sort of way. Now, after Betrayed, I can't see me wanting to pick up anymore of this series. It's actually pretty dire.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Future_Perfect on 27 July 2009
Format: Paperback
The house of night series is about Zoey Redbird, she is a normal sixteen year old that is until she gets marked by a fledgling vampire and has to move to the House of Night school where she will have to take lessons in all things vampire for the next 5 years as she changes from a fledgling to a adult vampire. Zoey has always struggled to fit in and hopes that this will finally be her chance.

So the second book starts with the same gusto as the first, Zoey should be on top of the world after beating Aphrodite and taking over as leader of the dark daughters, but add a complicated love life, obsessive bloodlust, and the unexplained human murders (with all the evidence pointing to vampires and the house of night) and Zoey isn't having an easy time.
I have to be honest i struggled with this book, i really didn't like the third love interest, as if Heath (the human almost ex-boyfriend) and Eric (the fledgling) weren't enough they add Loren the poetry teacher. I thought it was a cheap shot, write in yet another guy so that the heroine can't decide, then add the Imprinting with Heath (which sounds very Twilight to me!) and i just found it a struggle to read.

The only thing that saved this book for me is the twist with Stevie Rae and the undead "vampires", but i could even see that one coming a mile away.
I have got the third book and i am really hoping that the Cast's get back on track, as this was a very poor following up to such a promising start to a new series.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A. L. Rutter on 23 Dec. 2011
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So I read Marked, the first novel in the House of Night series, and I wasn't that fond of it - but I am aware that some first books in a series can be a little shaky before the author really finds their stride, so I thought I would give Betrayed a go to see if it improved at all on the first.

My answer is no. This was virtually a do-not-finish novel for me. Again, Zoey was unbearably perfect. Her relationships with the three or so men sniffing around her are incredibly superficial and seem to be based on nothing but looks.

I appreciate the presence of a gay character, but I felt that Cast kept drawing attention to the fact - "Aren't I good for including a gay character? Everyone should be totally accepting of gay people?" I like the message, but I don't like the way it was delivered.

Just when I thought Cast was going to do something very brave partway through the book, this was revealed to be something that is likely to reverse in future novels and it became boring and very formulaic (don't want to say much more on that, otherwise it could prove to be a spoiler).

So, yeah, I don't think I'll be reading any more of this series. Judging by the reviews, there are many who love it and so I have to conclude that I am just not the right person to be reading House of Night (at least twenty years too old!)
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