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Publisher Description

New York Times bestselling series

The Return: Midnight is the seventh book in L.J. Smith’s New York Times bestselling Vampire Diaries series.

Elena Gilbert is back from the Dark Dimension, having successfully freed her vampire boyfriend Stefan Salvatore from imprisonment. Saving Stefan had an unlikely consequence: his vampire brother Damon Salvatore has become mortal. While the trio reels from this latest twist, they must still deal with the demons that have taken over Elena’s hometown, Fell’s Church. But the battle will take Elena, Stefan, and Damon to their darkest moments yet…
 
The Return: Midnight is perfect for fans of the hit CW TV show The Vampire Diaries, as well as fans of the original New York Times bestselling series who can’t wait to see what happens next with Elena, Stefan, and Damon.

GENRE
Kids & Young Adults
NARRATOR
RM
Rebecca Mozo
LENGTH
15:49
hr min
RELEASED
2011
March 15
PUBLISHER
HarperCollins
LANGUAGE
EN
English
SIZE
681.8
MB

Customer Reviews

LeOut1 ,

Good beginning...not so good ending.

I couldn't put the book down, but I was not happy with the ending. Good thing this author likes to bring people back to life.

Mrs. Edward CULLEN!!!!!!1999 ,

IDK

Haven't read it, but it looks good!

tayweezy ,

Oh, lord....

I got through it (Sigh). And I can honestly say it was...a tad bit better that Nightfall and Shadow Souls, but so far-fetched it's crazy. And the person that says it didn't have dull moments is a liar. There were times when I would find myself falling asleep. L.j smith really needs to start something new or add on to secret circle. It seems to me that during her long hiatus, she lost her touch or something. I thought this was the end, but I hear three more books are coming out!! How?! And why?! This series died as soon as Nightfall came out, completely killed it. The tv show is better, and the secret circle tv show will most likely best her novels as well.

P.S. The audiobook was okay, but even listening to the story makes you roll your eyes, and heave a sigh, when you hear things like "fox demon" and "wings". (Anime is not for everyone it seems, too many crazy ideas.)

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