The Vampire Diaries: The Hunters: Moonsong

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HarperCollins, Mar 13, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 400 pages
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Evil never dies. . . .

After escaping the horrors of the Dark Dimension, Elena and her friends canít wait to attend Dalcrest College, the beautiful ivy-covered campus where Elenaís parents met. Life with Stefan is better than ever, and with her closest friends Bonnie, Meredith, and Matt by her side, Elena knows it will be their best year yet. Even Damon seems genuinely changed and is getting along with everyone.

But for Elena, moving away from Fellís Church doesnít mean she has left her dark past behind. When students start to disappear from campus, every new acquaintance is suddenly a potential enemy. Panic soon spreads and the friends struggle to protect each other.

Then Elena uncovers a long-hidden secret, one that shocks her to the core, and realizes tragedy may be unavoidable. Will Elena outrun her fate? And will it be Stefan or Damon who catches her if she falls?

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Review: Moonsong (The Vampire Diaries: The Hunters #2)

User Review  - Shima - Goodreads

if you're reading this you should know that i don't rate one stars! i usually like most of the books i read and never rate bellow 2 stars! but this - i can't even call it a book since that world ... Read full review

Review: Moonsong (The Vampire Diaries: The Hunters #2)

User Review  - Tara - Goodreads

This is the story I expected to happen in the previous book, Phantom. The writing style was better here than in Phantom; I assume LJS did not write a single word in this book. So here we are at ... Read full review

About the author (2012)

L. J. Smith has written a number of bestselling books and series for young adults, including The Vampire Diaries (now a hit TV show), The Secret Circle, The Forbidden Game, Night World, and the #1 New York Times bestselling Dark Visions. She is happiest sitting by a crackling fire in a cabin in Point Reyes, California, or walking the beaches that surround that area.