Monday, June 8, 2015
The sequel beats the original!
After a catastrophic incident in the House of Night last semester, Zoey is put in charge as the leader of the Dark Daughters (a spiritual sorority.) Of course, she wasn't expecting to get vampyre blood cravings, have three male interests, or make a deal with the enemy. Worse, she wasn't expecting to be caught in a disappearing mystery case. Is Zoey ready to be a leader after all?
This time around, the story was more fast paced. Even Zoey felt more impulsive. Unfortunately, most plot lines just kept leading to lose ends. I kept waiting for the ending to tie them all up, but the story just fell short.
Looks like some authors drastically push their readers to purchase book three for answers.