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Hunted (House of Night #5)
What if the hottest guy in the world was hiding a nameless evil and all he wanted was you?
At the start of this heart-pounding new installment of the bestselling House of Night series, Zoey's friends have her back again and Stevie Rae and the red fledglings aren't Neferet's secrets any longer. But an unexpected danger has emerged. Neferet guards her powerfu...more
Not long ago I finished reading the fifth instalment in the Cast's House of Night Series, Hunted.
This is about the point where I give a frustrated sigh. Oh my, is it a frustrated sigh.
First of, there is a story in there somewhere. An interesting story that could potentially make a good novel but it's been swallowed by chaotic, repetitive, stereotypical, shallow muck. I really hope that this novel is only the stepping stone to another part of the story ...more
You know when you go to the airport, and you're waiting at your gate for your flight, and you look over at the little old lady sitting next to you? She might be reading a book, but she's angled it so that you can't quite see what it is. But she seems really into it, and you start to wonder what she's reading. Then maybe something happens and she readjusts ...more
Zoey Redbird is back in the fifth installment of the HOUSE OF NIGHT series.
When last we left Zoey, all hell (literally) was breaking loose inside the vampyre school. I am sad to say that her predicament has gone from bad to worse.
Neferet, current High Priestess at the House of Night, has declared war on all human beings. To aid in her quest, Neferet has called forth an ancient evil that cannot be destroyed. Kalona, a fallen angel, has risen from the dept ...more
I mean, COME ON. How many guys does Zoey need? It was just getting a bit ridiculous. I was happy when it seemed that Zoey was happily dating Erik (who is pretty irritating anyway, but whatever, it's not my fictional life) in this book. Then Heath pops back up again.
It's not only the fact that every single guy character in this series (apar ...more
Sometimes I don't even know why I bother.
I am a goal oriented person. Seriously, I have like post it notes on my desk with day goals, week goals, year goals, life goals...you get the picture. And being goal oriented is a good thing. But at this point with the House of Night books...I don't know if I can continue it guys I really don't. Not after I read Hunted.
I understand why many peop ...more
Zoey and her friends are now hiding out in the tunnels with the red fledgelings, a different kind of fledgeling who change into a different kind of vampyre, and one which Zoey doesn't know if she can trust yet. Stevie Rae is badly hurt by an arrow piercing through her chest after being fired by the newly risen red fledgeling, Stark. All the gang is pretty freaked out by what happened at the end ...more
In this book Zoey and friends are hiding in the tunnels with Stevie Rae and her red fledglings. Somehow they need to get back into the House of Night to face Neferet and Kalona and somehow break the influence they are having on the vampires and fledglings of the House of Night.
The abov ...more
However, it seems that most of the important stuff happens in the last few chapters - where everything goes by really quickly - and the main body of the novel seems less important.
I also like how you can get into the books in this series quite easily without having read the first few. I made the mistake of buying the second book first but only realised it when I went back to the ...more
Or I hope not. But for once a House of Night book ends without a heart-stopping cliff hanger. But that doesn't mean I don't want to read on.
What's been building from the start finally came to a head. But it's not gone forever, it's only gone away for a while. Which means there's plenty left of the story to tell, and I'm glad. Can't wait to get stuck into the next one!