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The Ripper by L.J. Smith
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Dec 02, 11

Read from November 26 to 30, 2011

Another great backstory of the Salvatore brothers as told through the history of the show's mythology. Great quick and fun read for those who love Victorian London and the current CW show The Vampire Diaries. Damon as his snarky best is the opposite of the perpetually brooding Stefan. As Damon likes to point out, Stefan can't resist a good Damsel in Distress and staying connecting to the humans of which he is no longer one. Damon relishes in the fact that he feels this is Stefan's flaw and will lead to his ultimate demise. Stefan on the other hand seems to think Damon's demise will come in the fact that he has lost all his connections with humanity. Yet, as they both openingly loathe one another and the life that has joined them together for eternity, Stefan continues to wrestle with his deeper connection to Damon; the one of brother.
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