The Vampire Diaries: 7: Midnight

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Hachette Children's Group, Mar 3, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 512 pages
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The vampire love triangle that spawned hundreds of thousands of fans - and inspired a major new dramatisation shown on ITV2 - concludes in this powerful final volume of The Vampire Diaries. In Midnight, golden girl Elena Gilbert is back from the Dark Dimension, having successfully freed her vampire boyfriend Stefan Salvatore from imprisonment. Saving Stefan had an unlikely consequence: his vampire brother Damon Salvatore has become a mortal. While the trio reels from this latest twist, they must still deal with the demons that have taken over Elena's hometown, Fell's Church. Midnight takes Elena, Stefan, and Damon to their darkest moments yet... Danger, romance, and paranormal mystery will keep readers fascinated with this captivating finale to the New York Times bestselling series.

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User Review  - Bre - Target

I love the Vampire Diaries series and yet again L.J Smith did not fail to impress me. This book is one of those books that you cant put done until you finish it and when you do finish it you want to ... Read full review

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User Review  - Chelsea Mcconkey - Goodreads

Whut? God Almighty, I don't know where the hell this series took a turn for the INSANE. I loved this series. That was until slimy things that I have never heard of and foxy supernatural creatures ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

L J Smith is the author of more than twenty books for young adults, including the best-selling Night World, and the Vampire Diaries series, now a hit series on ITV2. She lives in Northern California, in a rambling house in a small town.

Lisa had known that she wanted to be a writer since she was about six, when a teacher praised a poem she'd written. She wrote her first book in high school, finishing it in her first year of college. Then she became a special education teacher before she was able to become a writer full-time.

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