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  • Paperback: 448 pages
  • Publisher: Hodder Children's (1 Mar 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1444906011
  • ISBN-13: 978-1444906011
  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 2.6 x 19.7 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (76 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 33,489 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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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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I really love this book; it must be one of the best books I have ever read! The plot is very gripping and it keeps you on the edge of your seat. (Teen Titles)

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The second book of The Hunters trilogy in this breathtaking saga of love among the vampires.

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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By glamourpuss on 12 Mar 2012
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I wasn't sure if I was going to read this after the awful Phantom but curiosity got the better of me and I really want to know how it's all going to end!

We all know the writer isn't LJ Smith anymore so I'll try and be objective about the storyline. Moonsong was an improvement and the plot was more interesting. The book did keep me entertained and I felt there was better continuity with regard to the characters of Bonnie, Matt and Meredith. However the ghostwriters just cannot portray Damon right at all. None of the wit or humour that were present in the original books. The love triangle was definitely less convincing and the references to Stefan being Elena's 'true love if she had to choose' really got on my nerves.
I think it was very clear by the end of Midnight that she was really clueless who she would choose and that the tide was turning in favour of Damon.
Leaving aside the fact that this is a reasonable story if the book was taken in isolation - I agree with one of the other reviewers that the whole point is that LJ Smith knew how the books were going to end and there are clues throughout the previous books who Elena would choose. These new books seem to be a huge contradiction to this. It is ridiculous that LJ Smith has not been allowed to finish her own creation and I cannot imagine why the powers that be think a Stefan/Elena end is going to please fans of this series.
I can enjoy these books as they are but to die hard LJ Smith fans they are best avoided. The best way to sum it all up is that I feel 'cheated' we are not getting the ending that was planned and that we are missing out on the original authors superior story telling abilities.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By vamp addict on 20 Mar 2012
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I have read every book in The Vampire Diaries series and have been awaiting this one for weeks now but i seriously wish i hadnt bothered. It has none of the suspense, drama and under lying passion of the rest of the series. I am so dissapointed with the "ghost writer" how can any body else write like L J Smith these are her books so she should be able to write them the way she chooses.
I was wary when i found out it was a ghost writer but decided to give it a go however Im not sure i will read any more it has seriously ruined the pleasure i got from the vampire diaries.
Final word, its boring slow and very child like its almost like reading one of the books my 7 year old gets sent home with.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Danielle Davies on 5 April 2012
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I was reluctant to read this latest installment as I was pretty disappointed with Phantom, but I was pleasantly sup prised with moon song, it gripped me pretty much from the first chapter & made me want to keep reading. Although the ghost writer has kept a good continuity of most of the main characters such as Meradith & Bonnie they just don't seen to be able to grasp Stefan & Damon like L J Smith. The ghost writer is unusable to convey the passion & love between Elaina & Stefan so just uses a lot of repetition to get their point across. Damon, instead of being his quick witted, sarcastic yet smooth self now comes across as a cheesy silent movies villain twisting his moustache. L J smiths Damon wouldn't be seen undead saying darling or princess!!!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By daisylouise on 12 Jun 2012
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Nowhere near as strong as the first seven books! Although that's probably down to the three Hunters section of this series being written by a ghost writer, total let down man!

I just feel as if I couldn't connected to this book and the previous one as much as the others, it wasn't exciting enough to hold my attention and think wow, I wonder what's going to happen in the end. I was just a bit like, oh right, well I'll guess I'll just wait 'till the next book comes out now I've finished this one -_-

I didn't really have anything against the plot, just not a strong enough book for me personally as I was totally in love with the first seven in the series and was hoping it would raise to the challenge, but apparently not.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Fluffy Socks on 13 Jan 2014
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As an avid reader of the Vampire Diaries series, I have been following them for quite some time. I have mixed feelings about this book and let me start off by saying I do not hate nor dislike this series, HOWEVER I do feel that it has run on way too long.

Reading this I assume most if not all of you have read book 8 "Phantom" and are wondering whether to buy this book or perhaps you're curious as to what people make of it.

It is a decent book, the writing style is true to the others but here are my issues:

1. The series has gone on for too long, the story lines are beginning to fall flat as they are on repeat of the ones that have already been written just changed up a little.
2. Damon isn't really Damon anymore, he's more like a happy bunny rabbit skipping along down a path of golden sunshine, he isn't dangerous, mysterious, nasty Damon we all were shocked by and fell in love with.
3. Elena. She has turned into a greedy, needy, ignorant young lady with her selfishness of the way she treats Bonnie, the ignorance she displays to Damon's feels, the lack of care she has shown to Stefan and you can really see in this book he is starting to get fed up with it, Damon seemed slightly distant to her, but only slightly.
4. It's a repeat, same stuff as before just with a few things flipped about.
5. It is no longer the Vampire Diaries, it's not their high school, it's not Fells Church, it's not really the same characters they suddenly changed so much. When I read it I feel like I'm reading some unknown book with familiar character names.
6. What happened to Bonnie being a witch? Throughout this book you see only one or two inklings of her being a witch, when she is chanting minorly towards the end and when she tells someone she is a witch.
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