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The first part of the The Secret Circle triolo ...more
Unfortunately with reading something years later, you notice a whole lot more.
Cassie' mother has decided that they are to move to Salem Falls after she hears that her estranged mother is ill. But that couldn't be furthe ...more
I hated Cassie. She's childish, insecure and stupid. She keeps dreaming about a boy she has only seen once and talked to for less than an hour. Also, she keeps winning and crying, because she has no friends and she wants Diana to be friends with her.
And that's not the wo ...more
Jeg så første (og eneste) sæson af 'The Secret Circle' og jeg var så væk i den og ærgrerede mig også en del, da tv-serien kort tid efter blev aflyst. Jeg fandt senere ud af, at serien var baseret på en bog, men tiden gik og andre bøger var mere interessante og sådan kan det jo gå.
Men! Da jeg så, at de søde folk fra Tellerup genudga ...more
First I'll give a very short review on the book then I'll move on to the show.
This book is so flawed but it's impossible for me to give it less than 4 stars.
“Will you swear to be loyal to the circle? Never to harm anyone who stands inside it? Will you protect and defend those who do, even if it costs you your life?” -pg. 185
Cassie Blake and her mother have moved to New Salem to live with Grandma Howard. She's not too e ...more
I can't wait to read the other books in this series!
I really feel sympathy towards Cassie! Poor Cassie! Why is it Adam and Diana needs to be together? :'( I always wonder if Cassie's mom never left New Salem, is there a possibility Adam and ...more
The Initiation doesn't do much to endear the ...more
My thoughts on the first part of the book series: It's a fast read, quite a page-turner. But its writing style - oh my. Some parts are just repetitive and there's a clear overuse of adjectives. Its tone isn't much better either. I mean some parts were really great, but others - way too over-dra ...more
Reseña próximamente. O no. Depende de si considero que merece la pena rese ...more
The book is much more different than the TV series is, with a larger cast of characters to fit the coven. This book is decent for a young adult paranormal book, but I suppose it felt more like a shallow telling of a young teenage girl with equal shallow ideals of popularity and belonging. A main character with a strong desire of belon ...more
During my time reading this book I made a text-to-text connection. There was a part in the book where Cassie, was hearing a ...more
"Well then," Faye said. "Now that you've heard our story, we have just one question to ask you." She fixed Cassie with an odd half smile and said in a sweet, false voice, "Are you planning to be a good witch or a bad witch?"
The Initiation is the first book of the The Secret Circle series and is soooooooo good!
Cassie Blake is devastated when her summer vacation in Massachusetts is made permanent when her mother insists they have to move in with her grandmother in small town New Salem. But her d...more
Cassie este fortata de mama ei, sa se mute din orasul ei de bastina,din California in New Salem. Aici nu este agreata de colectiv din cauza unei tipe, Faye-cea mai populara si mai frumoasa fata din toata scoala. Asta pana intr-o zi, cand Cassie o intalneste pe Diana si devin surori de cruce, iar lumea incepe sa o observe si pe ea si sa o bage in seama. Cu timpul, Diana simte faptul ca fata cea noua, Cassie are ceva mai aparte, mai special. Astfel, intr-o noapte Diana decide sa se i ...more
Skrivestilen er god og medrivende. Ikke den bedste jeg har oplevet, men god alligevel. Historien er bygget godt op, selvom det til tider var en smule forhastet. Selve indvielsesritualet var på nogle måder godt lavet, andre gange faldt det lidt til jorden. Det der generede mig mest var hvor hurtigt Cassie accepterede det hele.
Ud over at Cassie accepter ...more
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