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The Vampire Diaries: The Hunters: Phantom de [Smith, L. J.]
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The past is never far. . . .

Elena Gilbert and her friends saved Fell’s Church from evil spirits bent on destroying it, but the town’s freedom came at a price: Damon Salvatore’s life.

Damon’s death changes everything. He and his vampire brother, Stefan, had been locked in a vicious battle for Elena’s heart. Now that he’s gone, Elena and Stefan can finally be together. So why can’t Elena stop dreaming of Damon?As Elena’s feelings for Damon grow, a new darkness is brewing in Fell’s Church. Elena has been to hell and back, but this demon is like nothing she’s ever seen. Its only goal is to kill Elena and everyone she loves.

Biografía del autor

L. J. Smith is the author of thrilling titles of the supernatural, including the New York Times bestselling Vampire Diaries repackages, as well as the repackages of the Secret Circle Trilogy.

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  • Formato: Versión Kindle
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  • Editor: HarperTeen; Edición: Reprint (25 de octubre de 2011)
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Same old, same old. 15 de marzo de 2012
Por Elaina - Publicado en
Formato: Versión Kindle Compra verificada
After finishing this book, I must say I'm almost regretting having paid $10 for this. I could have just reread a previous book in the series and been no worse off. The story was entertaining at times, but mostly predictable and boring. And Elena's attitude throughout makes me want to slap her.

**Spoilers** from here out. You have been warned.

In the course of this series, the whole story from the very first books, how many times has Elena stomped on Damon's heart? Too many for me to count. She spends all her time worrying about how Stephan feels, saying they are soulmates, and yet has absolutely no problem stringing Damon along. She promises herself not to get involved with him, does it anyway and when Stefan's had enough she figures "Eh. Why not have a go at the other brother." THEN! When Stefan has a change of heart and forgives her she drops Damon... AGAIN! She has seriously evolved into a really crappy human being. Not that she wasn't before... just infinitely more so now.

And then, Damon not being.. well, Damon is just weird. He says very little, nothing too witty. He's all emotional in this, and hardly any of it is anger. It's like he's just turned into a really bad subplot to get Stelenas up in arms. Then "Aw[...]" It's all back nicely in place and no one is truly upset... yet. I'm definitely over the whole triangle thing. I'm glad Elena picked Stefan because honestly Damon deserves so much better. They need to just leave her out of the next book. Team Salvatore all the way!

The one good thing was Bonnie and her new boyfriend. Yes she deserved it, but the way it all played out was confusing. You have your suspicions, and Zander does seem overprotective, but it turns out Elena is just a b**** and a really bad judge of character.

After all that, I am going to be generous and give it 3 1/2 stars... Wasn't worth the wait. I may just give up on this series before it comes to an end on it's own.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas I love Damon! Even before the show when they put ... 11 de febrero de 2016
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I love Damon! Even before the show when they put a face on him I loved him! Of course I'm a sucker for bad boys lol! In this book they all head for college, all deciding to go to the same one to stay together and protect each other even though Matt and Meredith would have liked to go somewhere else. And it's a good thing they all ended up at the same one because, once again, trouble follows them! Murders and disappearances on the campus that they cannot ignore. A mysterious fraternity, werewolves, the whole nine yards! But of course they have it all under control...or do they? Bonnie even falls in love, but is he a good guy or a bad guy? And, of course the love triangle between Elena, Damon, and Stephan continues. Once again a very good Vampire Diaries book. However I do hope that Smith doesn't continue this series just because of the popularity of it or because of the show. It's getting easier and easier to figure out the ending with each new book:( I really enjoy them but don't ruin a good series by continuing it just because you feel you have to to the point of ruining it and what makes it special!

Evil never dies. . . .

After escaping the horrors of the Dark Dimension, Elena can′t wait to attend Dalcrest College, the beautiful ivy-covered campus where her parents met. Life with Stefan is better than ever, and even Damon seems genuinely changed and is getting along with everyone. But moving away from Fell′s Church doesn′t mean she and her friends are free from danger. When students start to disappear from campus, suddenly every new acquaintance is a potential enemy.

Then Elena uncovers a long-hidden secret, one that shocks her to the core, and realizes tragedy may be unavoidable.
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Disappointed in the ghost writer (warning: spoiler alert) 15 de marzo de 2012
Por Kindle Customer - Publicado en
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When I originally started reading "The Hunters" trilogy of The Vampire Diaries, I was hopeful that the characters would continue on the path set out for them by L.J. Smith. The first book, Phantom, seemed to head in the right direction, although I couldn't help feel somewhat disappointed in the way the author portrayed Damon's return and even Elena's reaction to it. After watching Elena's character develop and begin to have feelings for Damon, it was a slap in the face of readers to get this far into the series and to have never really given Damon a chance with Elena. I'm sure Stefan fans are rejoicing everywhere that the ghost-writer decided to play it safe and choose him as the "love interest" over Damon, but I believe the writer did not follow the true path the characters should have taken. The ghost-writer (whoever he/she is) also leaves this book with far too many loose ends to cover in the final book of The Vampire Diaries series. Having Klaus possibly return in the final book is the act of someone desperate to find a reason for excitement. He's supposed to be DEAD. And as we know from previous books in this series, once the soul of a vampire leaves his body for good (no pulsing of life), it's just gone...not even the Guardians can bring him back. The ghost-writer is playing at Pet Cemetery for vampires-- it's just sad.
Also, in the last book officially written by L.J. Smith, the readers learn that Meredith is a human-vampire hybrid (officially sired by Klaus), and that she requires doses of blood to live (blood sausage, blood pudding, etc). In the last two books of The Hunters trilogy there is NO mention of this-- it's as if the entire matter never was mentioned.
The one bright spot in the entire book was Bonnie meeting Zander and finally having her own boyfriend. So many people were hoping Damon and Bonnie would end up together, but that simply would have never worked out-- their characters don't fit together in that way. According to L.J. Smith's blog writing, she had intended for this (Bonnie and Zander) to happen.
If the ghost-writer continues in this vein, it will require (undoubtedly) more than one book to conclude The Vampire Diaries series. I seriously hope he or she does not disappoint readers further by ending the series without substantial closure on most (if not all) fronts.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas I'm in love with this series! 21 de mayo de 2015
Por Hunny_B - Publicado en
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I love the story. It's not all about blood and gore like people might think. Yes, it definitely has a lot of blood and gore, but it also has an amazing, well thought out, incredibly creative story. I just wish that Damon and Elena would finally get together. I'm currently watching the tv show for it so I'm IN LOVE with Delena and Damon especially. I'd recommend this series for anyone who is into love stories bc this definitely has a lot of love in it. I'm Hayley and I'm 12. I'm extremely smart for my age and I'm a bookworm. Stories excite me and take me to different places. They help me escape from the real world although I daydream a lot like a lot a lot. Like it's all I do it think about. This book could have been better. It could have been different. But it would be tremendously longer and it would be hard to read in one lifetime. This series is FANTASTIC!!! The only thing that could make it better is MORE DAMON AND ELENA relationship more than friends!!!
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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas I just want to beat my head into a wall 16 de julio de 2012
Por tifydaugh - Publicado en
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AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH! OK, now that that is out of the way let's continue. These books are getting harder and harder to read. The only spark of interest I had in this book was Bonnie and her new love interest. I actually liked reading about that and found myself get a little excited when I turned the page to find out it was about them.
Elaina...oh Elaina...we get it, you're pretty but geez does that have to be said by someone on every other page!!??
***possible spoilers***
I was actually excited that she was going to give Damon and chance but that only lasted for what...3 chapters and even when she was with him we had to hear about how Stefan was her true soulmate. Speaking of Stefan...can he be killed off already. I mean if he were real, I would have already put a stake in his heart. I'm sooooooo beyond sick of Stefan and Elaina. One of them needs to die and stay dead.
I hope with all hope that this series will come to and end soon so that I can stop feeling like I'm required to find out what happens next. I've wasted many precious reading hours starting and continuing into this series I need to find out how it ends and I DO hope it ends sooo sooo soon.
A little on Character's personalities. I liked Bonnie in past books. Yeah, she was a little skiddish about things but in the past 4 or so books they make her out to sound like a typical dumb blonde instead of a cute redhead. And in this last one they had her giggling like a 12 year old at the mere thought of a boy...REALLY??
We already covered that I hate any and all things about Elaina and Stefan
Damon seemed to have lost his edge. I liked the darker Damon with his hidden soft side that no one got to see unless he thought they were worthy of it. Far more romantic that "woe-is-me....find me a bunny" Stefan.
Meredith...didn't really interest me this time. I kind of ended up reading over her parts.
And Matt...stupid stupid Matt. Really? It's so stupid to have a character be so oblivious to what could or couldn't potentially be dangerous after what Matt has been through.
Ok, I'm finished ranting. Basically, if you haven't started the series and are just reading reviews for the books to decide if you should start or not...don't...just watch the TV show. It's a million times better than the books (I can't believe I'm actually saying that.) If you have toughed it out and made it this far into the series...I feel your pain and good luck.
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