Well, I survived the waiting period between books 6 and 7 (since books 6 in series in my experience always end terribly and you are left bewildered how in the world are you ever going to survive the wait until the next one).
Btw, there are going to be spoilers ahead so if you haven’t read book 6, you might want to stop reading now.
Since Zoey’s soul shattered in the previous book, it was a good guess there weren’t going to be a lot of her in this book. Which I can’t say was a bad thing, I liked following Stevie Ray’s life and Stark’s coming of age in psychological terms. In the end I was left wondering though what will happen between Stevie Ray and Rephaim. There are some interesting developments we might see in the future there.
I liked the fact that I feel like I got to know other characters better and the world where they live (but that I mean the vampire universe the Cast women created) got expanded and explained.
I found it funny how all the love problems seem so teenage which is what they are supposed to be like, I mean they are all teenagers after all. Even though at times they seem more serious than teenagers should be, but they are fighting evil so I don’t think they could be anything other.
It seems now I’m writing this that my feelings for this book aren’t very strong. 🙂 True but that doesn’t mean I didn’t like it or that I’m not going to read the following book(s) (I don’t know how many are planned). It’s not as captivating as some other books in this series but it’s good.
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Tagged: Burned, House of Night, PC and Kristin Cast
I devoured the rest of this series twice but I couldn't really get into this one for some reason. Guess I just missed Zoey?
Hey Ladytink, now that you mention it, I guess it could be why my feelings toward this book are also somewhat blah. Well, at least we know Zoey's back to feature prominently in the next one (at least I hope so).