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The Vampire Diaries: 3: The Fury [Kindle Edition]

L. J. Smith
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Book Description

The Fury: Faced with an ancient evil, Stefan and Damon must stop their feuding and join forces with Elena to confront it. But in so doing, they are unwittingly sealing her fate ...

The Reunion: Elena summons the vampire trio once more to unite and challenge their fate. Together they will be called to face the most terrifying evil Fell's Church has ever known.

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A compelling sequence from the best selling author of Night World!

About the Author

L J smith is the globally best-selling author of more than 20 books for young adults, including the cult phenomenon, the Night World sequence. Since childhood she has been fascinated by the night, and the way the ordinary world changes when darkness falls. She lives in northern California in a rambling house in a small town.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 799 KB
  • Print Length: 420 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0340999152
  • Publisher: Hodder Children's Books (3 Feb. 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004N62CSU
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (117 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #8,583 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Lisa Jane Smith is the author of more than twenty books for young adults, including the bestselling Night World, Secret Circle and Vampire Diaries series (now a hit-series on ITV2). She lives in Northern California, in a rambling house in a small town.

Lisa knew that she wanted to be a writer since she was about six, when a teacher praised a poem she'd written. She wrote her first book in high school, finishing it in her first year of college. Then she became a special education teacher before she was able to become a writer full-time.

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Loved it! 21 April 2010
I originally began reading the series as a result of the TV series. However, by the time I began reading these two I had long forgotten the TV series and was really loving the books. The end of the second book left me wanting more, thus I was really eager to see what was to become of Elena.

I thoroughly enjoyed reading them. You see Damon's character develop further, the strength of Stefan and Elena's relationship, and you see the brother's join forces to fight against a larger evil, which is certainly refreshing.

Other reviewers have compared these series to the Twilight series. I believe that you should take both books for what they are and certainly not compare them, they both have their strengths and weaknesses. I have enjoyed both series enourmously and certainly recommend anyone to read these books, you won't be dissapointed.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Addictive! 15 Oct. 2009
Vampire Diaries volume 2 carried on from where the last book suspensefully left you hanging. With many twists and turns between Elena, Stephan, Damon, Matt, Meredeth and Bonnie its a definite read. Its not one of those books you can just pick up and hope to understand without reading volume 1 though. Happy reading!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Vampires Diaries Love it 5 Sept. 2010
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Once again L.J Smith does a fangtastic job with this series. I personally think it will end up being a timeless classic in years to come. Reading it honestly I never kept thinking that this is so wrote in the 90s but it wasnt noticable. apart from the lack of technology really. but i love this book. I continue to reread the orginal series.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Completely Loved It 27 Oct. 2009
Being a vampire fan (on a BIG scale) I'm willing to try out any books with the words 'Vampire' somewhere in them so this was no different. I just happened to pick up the 1st and 2nd books up in the Supermarket and couldn't put them down. So when I couldn't find the 3rd and 4th books anywhere I came online and found them. The plots are excellent, the characters are portrayed perfectly and L.J Smith's attention to the character's innermost feelings etc. is VERY good. It gives you a better picture of what the characters look like/sound like/feel like etc.
It's definitely one for 'The Twilight Crowd' and having read Twilight this is DEFINITELY true. Though a bit darker than Twilight it's perfect if you feel like you need something a bit more 'gritty' (I'm not sure if this is the right word to use but I'm having a difficult time trying to find the right word) and so I absolutely love it.
I can't wait for the newest installment next year.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars better then the first (book 1+2) 15 Mar. 2010
By laura
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i like the fury (book 1 of the second book) i wouldn't say the story was gripping, but the struggle (the 2 of the second book) was a bit to much for me,

i feel as she should have ended it with the fury, as it gotten abit to unbelievable even for a book about vampires lol,and that saying something as i love twilight and the southern vampire mystery books,

but i've still ordered the next book as i do want to see what happens to Damon, (how sad) but im in no rush for it, not like i was for alot of other saga's ive read,

i wouldn't say these books are a waste of time, but i would class them as light reading

*sorry for grammer and spelling*
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1.0 out of 5 stars Not a fan 22 Jun. 2012
By StaceyF
It is very rare that I won't finish a book due to some OCD complex that I have about seeing something through to the end. This book tested my resolve. In fact I only finished it in the end because I set myself an insane task to read 100 books in a year.

Thinking back, in 1991, I would have been 11 years old and desparately not trying to be rude here, my 11 year old self was writing stories like this. It is a shame that I hadn't read TVD books before I started reading the more recent gems from Richelle Mead because they just don't compete. They don't even compete with the writing in LJ Smith's Night World novels which I read before TVD as well - and I wasn't a fan of those either.

It is perhaps unfair to judge a series written clearly for very young adults when you are a thirty something. However JK Rowling completely lifted the bar with children's writing, so it probably isn't unkind to say that these books are the equivalent of Mills & Boon for young teens but where you don't really care for the characters.

That said, LJ Smith clearly enjoys writing about her evil characters - Damon always seems a well rounded character which you can sympathise with while you just want to stab Stefan for being so.... blah.

Let's just say I'm trying to be nice because I adore the TV series (which doesn't escape from its own mediocre writing sometimes) but I really didn't enjoy this book. Although the taster chapter for book four at the end of the book was actually the best bit of LJ Smith's writing I've read and I found myself wanting to see if I could borrow it from the library.... yeek!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Truly addictive 15 Jan. 2012
Format:Kindle Edition
I am a huge fan of Vampire Diaries the TV series, so I decided to buy the Vampire Diaries books on my Kindle. I have to be honest at first I wasn't pleased, the characters were completely different to the TV series as was the plot. Once I got passed this fact and got engrossed in the plot of the books rather than the TV series, I was addicted and couldn't put it down I read Volume's 1 and 2 within 3 days. The writing is fantastic and completely intoxicating, this book makes you feel every word. I would now say it is ten times better than the TV series and I don't know how I'm going to go back to watching the TV series when it comes back on in February. I can't wait to read 5,6,7 and 8 but be warned, once you start reading them they are truly addictive, so you will probably end up spending more than you intended. I would advise you to buy Volume 1 and 2 together as they literally follow on from each other the last line in The struggle Book 2 is the first line in The Fury book 3. Even if your not a fan of the Vampire Diaries series don't be put off buying this book, if you like romance, action or just Vampires then this book is for you. Vampire Diaries: Volume 1: The Awakening & The Struggle (Books 1 & 2)Vampire Diaries: Volume 2: The Fury & The Reunion (Books 3 & 4) One thing I would say about these books is don't get disheartened keep reading, you are in for a huge suprise, when I got to the end of book 3 and I was a little like, I don't see where this is going, I felt a little bit like I didn't want to go on reading, keep going, the 4th book is the most heart wretching, tear jerking one out of the 4 I've read and you will love it even more than the other 3.
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