Midnight (The Vampire Diaries: The Return #3)
The devil you know . . .
With the help of charming and devious Damon, Elena rescued her vampire love, Stefan, from the depths of the Dark Dimension. But neither brother returned unscathed.
Stefan is weak from his long imprisonment and needs more blood than Elena alone can give him, while a strange magic has turned Damon into a human. Savage and desperate, Damon will do anyt...more
Here's hoping LJ has Elena choose Damon, FINALLY. Once and for all. After all this time and all this build up between them, it would be a complete waste to end it with Stefan/Elena. I think Elena has grown out of her love with Stefan.
Elena belongs with Damon.
I hope Stefan gets his wish to become human and I hope Damon turns back into a vampire. And I never really liked Bonnie but I think she should be with Matt.
Hmm. I absolutely adore these two series, and I say "two series'" because, well, it in truth has to be two series'. In the first four books, Elena meets Stefan and Damon, falls for Stefan, becomes a vampire, dies whilest being a vampire, and is a---ghost?---in the fourth book. Then she's...more
Then damon should end up with bonnie!!!
There problem solved!matt should get over elena and move on!Maybe even go for meredith!Everybodys happpy!!Right?
Oh and by the way I LOVE the cover of the book!!
Okay, I know Elena isn't going to end up with Damon....but I want her to so bad! This is what I think will happen:
Elena will turn into a vampire again and stay with Stefan and Bonnie is going to end up with Damon (Yuck).
How do I want it to happen?
Stefan will somehow trade with Damon and he will become human while Damon is transformed back into a vampire. while fighting Stefan will make some huge sacrifice and die for Elena or Damon. Bonnie will end up with Matt and Elena and Da...more
I except a dramatic but heart warming ending for everyone.. not Bonnie LOL!
P.S LOVE THE COVER!
P.P.S- Is the sister of one of the foxes?l.j smith
If Elena ends up with Damon I'm throwing this book in the trash... well, after through it at the wall a few d...more
Spoilers galore in this review, because honestly, spoilers can't ruin this book for anyone, the book ruins itself.
The POV swings in this book were utterly confusing and tiring, the plot was a pile of shit and the descriptions were fucking stu...more
It is one of my favourite books in the series. Especially since Meredith has a larger role in it. And the plot was addictive, the characters were well-developed, and the writing was gripping.
It is sad that this is the final book in the series written by L.J. Smith. When she started the series, she signed a "Work for Hire" contract, which gave Alloy Entertainment the rights. So they were able to fire her, but I don't know wh...more
I have read that L J Smith has signed on to do another trilogy in the series and has the 1st wrote, Phantom... No release date is set but I shall be waiting for it.
Okay, so, this is doubtlessly my favorite TVD cover. It's beautiful. The only problem is: I don't know who it is. At first I thought it was Bonnie. She has brown eyes, though, so is it her and they just made her eyes green? Is it that vampire princess? Is it that bitchy guardian? I'd like to think it's Bonnie. I'm just not sure.
ANYWAY, this book was, by far, the best of The Return series of The Vampire Diaries (TVD). Nightfall was okay, but difficult to understand. Shadow Souls made ev...more
Where the last book had had a clear quest throughout - get into dark dimension, find keys, release Stefan - this seemed to me...more
God Almighty, I don't know where the hell this series took a turn for the INSANE. I loved this series. That was until slimy things that I have never heard of and foxy supernatural creatures started taking over and people were going seriously batshit crazy. It's like Smith reached out into the depths of a black hole and pulled lint from the pages of beastiaries to keep this story going.
And the Dark Dimension. It would be great to read that in a fantasy series that focused on that one place....more
This weeks book review will be on The Vampire Diaries: The Return: Midnight. This will be the final book review for this series, that is until the next Vampire Diaries book comes out. Yes, I thought this was the last book as well, that is until L.J. Smith announced that she will be starting a continuation of the series with three new books. I myself wish she would just quit. I love her books, but it just seems like this series is ongoing, and I just want it to end. On a better note, I h...more
Not only can you see the changes in the writing of L J Smith - more modern (within the first few pages of Nightfall mobile phones were mentioned (not a big de...more
The whole Meredith side plot was not needed and seemed to be there only to add length to the book. The same thing with Elena and Bonnie's out of body experience.
As the story wrapped up, everything came too easy. If they needed something, they found...more
What to say, as series books go this one at least has a plot and characters that are somewhat original and not a retelling of past books. The world of Fell’s Creek is in chaos because of two Kitsune who were introduced in the last story. Stefan is back after being rescued by Elana and Damon, but he is not strong and needs blood. Elana’s friends Meredith, Bonnie, and Matt have gathered at Mrs. Flower’s to decide the next move when Damon opens a portal and accidentally takes Bonnie with him to the...more
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(Vampire Diaries, the TV series)”
"At PEACE?!" Stefan spat bitterly, and Sage growled.
"Woman," you obviously have never met Damon Salvatore before." The tone in his voice--more resonant, more threatening somehow--made Elena finally break off her staredown with the red-haired Idola. She turned and looked--
--and saw the enormous room filled with Sage's outspread wings.”