Monday, January 27, 2014

Review: Bloodlust

Bloodlust (The Vampire Diaries: Stefan's diaries #2)
by Kevin Williamson, Julie Plec, L. J Smith

Genre: YA Paranormal


A new beginning . . .

When Stefan Salvatore's first love turned him into a vampire, his world—and his soul—were destroyed. Now he and his brother, Damon, must flee their hometown, where they risk being discovered . . . and killed.

The brothers head to New Orleans, looking for safe haven. But the city is more dangerous than they ever imagined, full of other vampires—and vampire hunters. Will Stefan's eternal life be forever damned?

Based on the popular CW TV show inspired by the bestselling novels, Stefan's Diaries reveals the truth about what really happened between Stefan, Damon, and Katherine—and how the Vampire Diaries love triangle began.


4 birds!

I am really enjoying this series. Of course, I'm a huge fan of the TV show and that's what caught my attention in the first place.

So far, in these books, we get to read about the things we didn't see in the show. What happened before it begins.

Stefan and Damon are in New Orleans where danger awaits. They encounter a lot of adventures and Stefan meets Lexi.

Lexi's character is amazing , so full of life and refreshing as on tv. She is funny, smart, tough and has a motherly side, always taking care of everyone.

Stefan is different from what we know, but his personality is building and through the end we really get to know his motives.

Damon... oh Damon, he is always going to be misunderstood, he guards himself behind the hate mask (well, at the moment the book is set, he has reasons though!) but deep down we know what's going on in his heart.

Anyway, it's an easy and fast read. The pages just keep turning. It's utterly enjoyable and highly entertaining.

It's a different view, full of action and the writing is very good.

I would recommend it for the fans of the show who want another perspective.

I hope you liked it!

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