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The Fury and Dark Reunion by L.J. Smith
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May 29, 09

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There is no denying that the Vampire Diaries novels get even sillier as the series progresses. I'm talking about things on the order of the spirit of a nineteenth-century town founder rising from the beyond to warn the main characters of their impending doom. They also suffer a bit from the "I've killed my leading lady repeatedly, now what do I do" syndrome typically only faced by soap opera writers, as well as from the problem of having to rehash old news for readers who have potentially jumped into the series in the middle.

But those things aren't really the point of reading these books. I had a great time. Plus the lights were flickering in the storm last night, which greatly added to the atmosphere. I'm as convinced as ever that a strong, steady diet of trashy YA novels from about 9-16 is about the best thing you can do to ensure you'll be a reader forever.
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Jami (Goth Girl Gabs) Really like the "I'm as convinced as ever that a strong, steady diet of trashy YA novels from about 9-16 is about the best thing you can do to ensure you'll be a reader forever." So very true...


Iforeverreads i wouldnt say its what you would call silly but hey, it is a series for teens that i find quite enjoyable and if you wanna say someone is "silly" that should be damon he does really stupid stuff


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