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Burned: A House of Night Novel: 07 Audio CD – CD, 27 April 2010
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P.C. Cast is the author of the House of Night novels, including Marked, Betrayed, Chosen, and Untamed.Ms. Cast is a #1 New York Times and USA Today Best-Selling author and a member of the Oklahoma Writers Hall of Fame. With more than 20 million copies in print in over 40 countries, her novels have been awarded the prestigious Oklahoma Book Award, YALSA Quick Pick for Reluctant Readers, Romantic Times Reviewers' Choice Award, the Prism, Holt Medallion, Daphne du Maurier, Booksellers' Best, and the Laurel Wreath. Ms. Cast was born in the Midwest and grew up being shuttled back and forth between Illinois and Oklahoma, which is where she fell in love with Quarter Horses and mythology. After high school she joined the United States Air Force and began public speaking and writing. After her tour in the USAF, she taught high school for 15 years before retiring to write full time. She now lives in Oregon surrounded by beloved cats, dogs, horses, and family.
Kristin Cast is a #1 New York Times and #1 USA Today bestselling author who teams with her mother to write the wildly successful HOUSE OF NIGHT series. She has editorial credits, a thriving t-shirt line, and a passion for all things paranormal. When away from her writing desk, Kristin loves going on adventures with her friends, family, and significant other, playing with her dogs (Grace Kelly and Hobbs the Tiny Dragon), and is obsessed with her baby.
Caitlin Davies is a New York City-based actor and audiobook narrator. Davies specializes in audiobooks for teens and young adults, including the House of Night series by P.C. Cast and Kristen Cast. She has performed in New York and regional theaters and is a member of the WorkShop Theater Company in New York City. She has a bachelor's degree from Vassar College, and has studied acting at the Eugene O'Neill National Institute, the British American Drama Academy, the Barrow Group, and Brown University/ Trinity Rep.
- Publisher : MacMillan Audio; Unabridged edition (27 April 2010)
- Language : English
- ISBN-10 : 142720876X
- ISBN-13 : 978-1427208767
- Reading age : 14 - 17 years
- Dimensions : 13.69 x 3.87 x 14.17 cm
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House of Night is a bit of a guilty pleasure. There is so much of it that is a little bit cringy but you are drawn in all the same.
This book is definately Stevie Rae's book. She is developed much more as a character and gets the most of the screen time in this story. I actually liked having the break ware from Zoey because she can bug me at times. For me the character who really stood out in this is aphrodite. I rarely go from hating a character so strongly to loving them but I actually think she is awesome and she is probably the reason why I will now keep following the series. I love that she is really bitchy but it always seems to get the job and pull the rest of the characters together as a few of them have no back bone whatsoever.
Some of the scenes were brilliant. The action scenes in this series are always really good and there were quite a few steamy scenes with different characters that popped up.It just sometimes feels like there is a lot of padding stuffed in at times.
Don't get me wrong. I didn't love the book. The Casts still insist on using the F word almost every single sentence and have made up some lovely new words of their own which are equally as offensive. They still have what could be considered appalling offensive racial stereotypes used throughout. The scottish character was so typically Scottish it was cringy but I have now come to the point when it is actually funny when all these stereotypical characters pop up.
I am not interested to see what awakened holds for us now that Zoey has returned. I am hoping against hope that she is a bit stronger now and that she doesn't utter the words brown pop or bullypoopy but I'm not holding my breath.