The Fury and Dark Reunion (The Vampire Diaries #3-4)
Stefan: tormented by losing Elena, he's determined to end his feud with Damon once and for all--whatever the cost. But slowly he begins to realize that his brother is not his only enemy.
Damon: at last, he possesses Elena. But will his thirst for revenge against Stefan poison his triumph? Or can ...more
While I enjoyed "The Struggle" and "The Fury," the series went downhill in "Dark Reunion ...more
Elena- She is a selfish BITCH! all I hear fr ...more
I think I liked the Fury more than I liked Dark Reunion, because Elena was such a Mary Sue in the forth book I almost wanted to cry. (view spoiler)[ The woman was -dead- during almost the entire forth book and she still saves everyone. And then get back to life to be with her friends and the man she loved the most. So realistic (hide spoiler)].
In the Fury, Elena changes after some sort of dark force kills her. ...more
In the 3rd book "The Fury", Elena died, came back as a vampire, and had all the narcissistic plots evolved around her... In the end, she died again. In the 4th book “The Dark Reunion”, the gang, sans Elena, battled the evil force. This time, the focus was on Stefan. The similar villainous plots ensued and the gang was losing to Klaus (the Original). Then, lo and behold, Elena the spirit materialized with the unqui ...more
“Stay away from my little brother.”
With that said The Fury and Dark Reunion are no exception. Fans of the television series should look at this origin material (and that in The Awakening and The Struggle) as another adventure or a parallel universe. The plot is meticulously unveiled for the reader and the writing style is so contemporary and refreshing that I find ...more
I love,love,LOVE the show... so maybe that's why I'm having a bit of a hard time really feeling this one.
As always, TEAM DAMON!!!!
As with the first two what I loved about the books is that there are things which are hinted at in the show but never really crop up. Getting to r ...more
After her death Elena returns to the series, but this time as a vampire. Confused, but not alone with Stefan still be her side, Elena struggles to understand what tried to kill her. It becomes apparent that although Elena is a vampire due to the exchange of blood with both Damon and Stefan, it was not Stefan, the villain thus far, which tried to kill her at the end of the last book. Instead, it turns out that the brothers’ past comes back to haunt them and Elena must give the ultimate sa ...more
Third and fourth in The Vampire Diaries series
Elena has changed and she’s no longer human. Stefan is tormented after losing Elena and determined to end the feud with Damon that’s been going on for centuries. Damon finally has claim over Elena. But enemies are popping up and will they be able to overcome their differences to defeat their enemy? The Fury and Dark Reunion are what I consider to be the strongest books in The Vampire Diaries series. There...more
Honestly, I really like this series. It could have something to do with the fact that I'm a huge fan of vampire-lore, but there's also a great love storyline in the series, as well a friendship, family, etc. This ...more
|Did anyone else find Stefan boring and annoying, or is it just me?||12||43||Dec 30, 2014 08:30PM|
|The Vampire Diari...: Caroline or Bonnie? (show or book)||9||14||Jul 15, 2014 09:02AM|
|Bonnie and Damon?||79||188||May 06, 2013 10:18PM|
|i did not understand the ending||8||41||Feb 10, 2013 07:05AM|
|word game||1||3||Nov 05, 2012 12:05PM|
|damon or Steffon?||22||47||Nov 05, 2012 12:00PM|
L.J. SMITH, Lisa Jane Smith, is the New York Times #1 Bestselling author of The Vampire Diaries, The Secret Circle, The Forbidden Game, Dark Visions, Wildworld and Night World series. She has written over two dozen books for children and young adults, and has enjoyed writing every one of them. She lives in th ...more