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Little, Brown Book Group Limited, 2010 - Redbird, Zoey (Fictitious character) - 392 pages
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It seems that (un)life is going pretty well for Zoey Redbird. She's settled in at the House of Night finishing school and is coming to terms with the vast powers the vampyre goddess, Nyx, has given her. She even has a boyfriend ... or two. Best of all, Zoey finally feels she has found somewhere she belongs. Then the unthinkable happens.

Human teenagers are being killed, and all the evidence points to the vampires at Zoey's school. While danger stalks the humans from Zoey's past life, she begins to realise that the very powers that made her so unique might also threaten those she loves. Then, when she needs her new friends the most, death strikes the House of Night. Zoey finds herself facing a betrayal that could break her heart and jeopardise the very fabric of her world.

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Great story and great writing. - LibraryThing
Let's start with the almost homophobic writing. - LibraryThing
Fourthly, the ending kind of seem sort of silly. - LibraryThing
The plot is really starting to thicken here. - LibraryThing
Second is the pacing. - LibraryThing
Thirdly, the writing. - LibraryThing

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User Review  - AngelaRenea - LibraryThing

A wonderful sequel to Marked. I really enjoyed this book, even though I saw that ending coming. I thought that Zoey was a little bit out of control in this book. She was bossy and took advantage of ... Read full review

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User Review  - lmeza - LibraryThing

I still believe these books have little or no literay value, BUT I totally want to thank Samia Yeh for lending me this series. I LOVE IT!!!! And I HAVE TO READ THE NEXT BOOK!!! House of Night is my ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

P. C. Cast is an award-winning fantasy and paranormal romance author. She was a teacher for many years but now concentrates on writing and public speaking full-time. Her daughter, Kristin Cast, has won awards for her poetry and journalism as well as co-writing the bestselling House of Night series.

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