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The Vampire Diaries: The Fury / Dark Reunion
Return to Book Page. Preview — The Fury by L. A Love Triangle of Unspeakable Horror Stefan Tormented after losing Elena, he’s determined to end the feud with his brother, Damon–whatever the cost.
Damon Mocking Stefan and Elena, he laughs in the face of doom. Elena Wild with her craving for blood, she confronts the ultimate evil. The terrifying story of two vampire brothers and the beautiful girl torn between them. Mass Market PaperbackReissuepages. Published April 1st by HarperCollins Publishers first published Fell’s Church United States.
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Furyplease sign up. Kitten I just ufry this book and I thought that it would have been a very good ending. I feel like there is no plot left that could be used to tie the …more I just finished this book and I thought that it would have been a very good ending. I feel like there is no plot left that could be used to tie the fourth book to the first three in the series.
Therefore, I guess book four will be quite So, yes, I also thought that the series should have vsmpire at this point.
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See 2 questions about The Fury…. Lists with This Book. I can’t say anything about this series I haven’t already said. View all 8 comments. Jan 06, Heather Hamilton rated it liked it Shelves: After finishing book three of the Vampire Diaries, and liking it considerably more than the first two installments, I noticed the irony of the titles and how I felt about each book. The Awakening – I never woke up for it. The Struggle – I struggled to get through it.
The Fury – I was gonna be really irritated if this book wasn’t moderately better than the first two. Even though I admire people who can put books down when they don’t like them, I find that I lear After finishing book three of the Vampire Diaries, and liking it considerably more than the first two installments, I noticed the irony of the titles and how I felt about each book.
Even though I admire people who can put books down when they don’t like them, I find that I learn things about what I want and need from books when I read them through. Apparently, I am fairly dependent upon action to get me through a story. The action finally picks up in The Fury. I noticed that the immaturity of the characters that I complained about in the first two installments didn’t bother me here, although I will admit that it’s probably because I was so thankful for the action that I didn’t notice it anymore.
I remember a few eye rolls, so it was still there.
The Fury / Dark Reunion
I was bothered by the “white light and rainbows” feelings towards vampires however. But they are painted as saviors in The Fury, and too easily suppress their dark natures to help the humans. I was also disturbed by the fact that they cried, had beating hearts, and lots of compassionate feelings. But the story was better; I liked how it turned out and hated it, too which means I was finally becoming attached to the town and its characters.
I liked the elevated ufry that secondary characters from the first books were given. I l.j.ssmith recommend this only for younger audiences. Adults may find the plot juvenile. I had my theories of who the ‘big bad’ was in this book, and I was right!
My sister actually was my own personal audiobook and read aloud to me for about 30 pages becaus The Fury, The Vampire Diaries 3 Actual Rating: My sister actually was my own personal audiobook and read aloud to me for diariew 30 pages because I’m sick and my eyes hurt too much to read.
It’s great having a sister: Jan 21, Mariah Roze rated it really liked it. Read this in high school and really enjoyed it!
That’s about all I can remember. The book was vampird nice. I didn’t liked the end, though.
Elena never actually got to tell Damon that she loved him. I would have like to see his reaction to those words. The Stefan-Damon end was really touching. The last line was really beautiful.
There’s not enough of Damon in the book as I’d have liked but I really hope we get to see more of him in the next. Jul 09, Jamie rated it really liked it Shelves: I am giving this book a generous 4 stars. The onle reason its not a three vampirre a semi-unexpected twist toward the end.
Otherwise this book follows along the same lines as the other books. Elena is less self-centered and Damon is more likable than he was previously. I hope to diaaries more about him as the series continues.
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Stefan is way to angsty from beginning to end and Fuy have a feeling he always firy be. The story once again seemed rushed and too short. Lot of unnessessary tho I am giving this book a generous 4 stars. Lot of unnessessary thoughts that were not even character developing and not enough story. It is fun, and easy reading though and the pace is quick so I still had some ddiaries reading and will continue with the series. Elena hesitated for an instant. There was something about those eyes that called up memories inside her.
Standing in the moonlight, sitting in an attic room… But the memories were too vague. And this one had to die, this green-eyed one called Stefan. No one could hurt him and li [Quoted from this book: No one could hurt him and live.
She clamped her teeth into his throat and bit deep. Dec 22, Jill rated it it was amazing. This review is just for “The Fury” which is book three in the “Vampire Diaries” series. This series continues to surprise me. I know it is the logical outcome of spending time with vampires, but when it happened in book two I was surprised. I kind of put the book down in shock at that point.
Then the conclusion of this one was full of more surprises. It turns out I was totally wrong about who the Other Power was. Part of me hopes This review is just for “The Fury” which is book three in the “Vampire Diaries” series. Part of me hopes it is just because I started the book, then put it down for a few weeks and then picked yesterday to finish.
Did I miss clues because I didn’t read it all at once? But I think the author may have just done a really good job of concealing the Other Powers identity while giving small clues along the way.
My big question at the end was how the series could go on if one of the main characters is dead and the other two are leaving town. How would there be a need to continue the Vampire Diaries. I read the first chapter or two of the next book and kind of see where it may be going. I think this is well written and keeps the reader guessing.
Things are not as obvious as they may seem. One thing that continues to throw me is how different it is than the TV series the CW is running.
I guess the TV series took the general idea and went in their own direction with it. It will be interesting to see how that continues to play out and what other changes will be made to the original story. Better than the 1st two books.
I didn’t like how it started but it improved a bit later once Elena was back in her senses to be precise.
The characters were still kind of annoying but they had improved a lot when comparing to the previous 2 books.