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Loved (House of Night Other World Series, Book 1) Paperback – Unabridged, 9 October 2018
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- Paperback : 352 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1538507560
- ISBN-13 : 978-1538507568
- Dimensions : 13.72 x 2.79 x 21.34 cm
- Publisher : Blackstone Publishing; Unabridged edition (9 October 2018)
- Reading level : 14 - 17 years
- Language: : English
- Best Sellers Rank: 154,601 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
- Customer Reviews:
''Fans of the House of Night series won't be disappointed in the two Casts' latest journey into their vampyre world, packed with magic, eerie monsters, and romance. With a guide at the beginning, even those who haven't read the previous books will be able to jump right into this new series. And they will surely be eagerly waiting for the next installment.'' --Booklist
''This is the stuff of which blockbuster Hollywood movies and award-winning television miniseries are made of…Very highly and unreservedly recommended.'' --Midwest Book Review
''The House of Night series is back and better than ever! The Nerd Herd is together again, and drama, thrills, and chills follow. This special release will catapult fans to the nearest bookstore as the series once again manages to capture the hearts of every House of Night devotee. With new disasters and bad guys ascending, it's up to the crew to keep their loved ones safe. ...this book is a welcome return to this beloved universe.'' --RT Book Reviews (4½ stars, Top Pick!)
About the Author
P. C. Cast is a #1 New York Times and #1 USA Today bestselling author whose novels have been awarded the prestigious Oklahoma Book Award, as well as the Prism Award, Laurel Wreath, Holt Medallion, and more.
Kristin Cast is a #1 New York Times and #1 USA Today bestselling author who teams with her mother, P. C. Cast, to write the wildly successful House of Night series. She has a passion for all things paranormal.
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Zombies? Vegans? Touching on depression? Though it's nice to see some diversity in books nowadays I cannot help but feel this was done purely to try and attract new readers to the story or tick some invisible boxes. I usually love Casts ability to make all feel included but this genuinely felt forced.
Where I was hoping to see the Nerd Herd through their change into fully fledged Vampyres it was completely glossed over. We start a year later to see Zoey stressing (which was the norm) and Erik practically being Shaunees lapdog? Why she even accepted him as a boyfriend after how he treated her 2 friends blows my mind. Damien is depressed, which I completely understand he's had a hard time over the course of the books. A good point about it all was Aphrodite's development, she was just touching and to see her develop was truly fascinating. Her shutting down her mothers twisted behaviour was truly a highlight.
Damien and Jack? Yes please, but it's still weird how everyone just accepts it so easily.
Zoey is still obsessing over Heaths death and is now debating on going into the "new" dimension to go see Other Heath? I think we all understand losing a loved one is hard, but surely she has been healing? Her time with Stark makes you question how much she truly values him as a Consort and as her Oath bound warrior? Did their moments together mean nothing, or was it Zoey using Stark to feel better about the loss of Heath?
Maybe it was just me, but I thought the whole other dimension was a bit much. There seemed to me no story/character development. The book seems to lack so much and considering how excellent her previous work has been I'm absolutely gutted about it.
I can definitely jump on the Other Kevin story line, however what about regular old Kevin? Why not try and bring Zoey and him together and then battle the Step Loser to allow them to have some sort of a relationship? You could even bring their church into it and have a big old ordeal about it all. Maybe though in some flash backs of their real dad? Opening a new dimension for me is a last resort.
Far too many point of view characters, like the waitress? Who was she, why was she important enough to warrant one? Waste of time really.
Would I recommend? I'm afraid not, it had so much potential and I was so excited to read it but it lacked in everything. However, I will still probably buy the next book as I'm a glutton for punishment lol.
You'll have to dive right in, and you'll be sucked right in again lol. I love the style of this mother and daughter team.
Really enjoyed this new story of the nerd herd, really bringing the books back to life!