The bestselling series has returned! Join P. C. and Kristin Cast in celebrating the tenth anniversary of the House of Night series by going on a thrilling new adventure with your beloved Nerd Herd.
It’s Zoey’s eighteenth birthmas and the Nerd Herd has been scattered across the country busily adulting for almost a year when Stark calls them back to Tulsa to surprise Z.
But all is not well in T-town. Strange, dark signs are appearing—could it be possible Neferet is stirring? Not willing to chance disaster striking again, Zoey calls on her newly reunited friends to circle with her and add a layer of protection over Neferet’s grotto jail. Easy-peasy, right?
Wrong. Nothing at the House of Night is ever as it seems.
With rabid red vampyres closing in, Zoey and the Nerd Herd must come together again and battle evil. But a year is a long time. Have these old friends grown too far apart?
When the world fractures and allies become enemies, will darkness devour friendships or will light save those she’s loved?
“Twilight meets Harry Potter.”—MTV.com, praise for the series
“Both intense and thoroughly entertaining…this outing will not disappoint House of Night fans.”—Kirkus Reviews on Destined
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
P.C. and Kristin Cast return to their popular House of Night universe in a new series that brings together many of their beloved characters. Eighteen-year-old Zoey Redbird, a Vampyre High Priestess, has reason to believe that she—and those under her protection—might be in danger from an old enemy. We loved this story's emphasis on friendship and female empowerment, although new readers might want to dip into the original series before entering Loved’s richly detailed paranormal world. This supernatural adventure has plenty of action and a dash of camp, making it ideal for older teens.
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I LOVED this!
I have read this book three times now. I am so happy with this continuation! ❤️ I’m so excited to see where it’s all headed! And don’t listen to these people who can’t understand that it’s a book. It’s literally fictitious. In my opinion, the characters have matured and become what I’ve always pictured they’d be like! Thanks you so much!
Disturbing and not as good as other books
Wow. There is so much I could say. It was so disturbing how little empathy for life the characters in this book showed. Nearly 100 people in Tulsa are brutally murdered by a mistake the hero's of the book create and they show virtually no sympathy and are constantly cracking jokes are held 100% unaccountable for their actions and are able to sit around eating popcorn and watching finding Nemo 24 hours later. The plot was bizarre... there was so much repetition it hurt my head. Every single time someone spoke you had to listen to all 7 characters interrupt in their own signature style... did PC cast maybe take into account her readers aren't in middle school/high school anymore? Half the book felt like a sermon on depression and not committing suicide, yet ironically we say goodbye to all the characters as they toast Aphrodite's mother's death from an overdose. I really enjoyed the first series and was excited to read this book... sadly it felt like a poorly written piece of fan fiction and the inhumane way the characters reacted in the face of mass massacre was very distasteful. There were no hero's in this book.
If I could give this 0 stars I would
This continuation is clearly a cash grab. I wouldn't say the writing is bad in and of itself. The problem is the story. This makes no sense in context of the original series. The final book wrapped up things perfectly and this continuation is undoing what was wrapped up.