Monday 2nd March 2020
The world won’t stay safe for long…
Reunited in Tulsa after a year apart, Zoey and the Nerd Herd are ready to celebrate her eighteenth birthday. But it seems nothing at The House of Night is ever as quiet as it seems.
With rabid red vampyres closing in, the friends must come together again. But a year is a long time. Have they grown too far apart?
When the world fractures and allies become enemies, will darkness devour friendships or will light save those Zoey loves?
From the bestselling authors of The House of Night series comes a new trilogy following the kick-ass heroine that is Zoey Redbird.
Published on the 6th February by Head of Zeus, 352 pages
I loved this book, for me it was 352 pages of pure nostalgia wrapped in a beautiful deep blue cover!
I read the house of night series when I was in high school and was worried that I wouldn’t be able to remember all the characters but I fell straight back in sync and was transported right back to my teenage years (there is a handy catch up of who is who at the start for those who didn’t read the house of night series).
We start off with the lead character being warned of impending doom (from a suspect character no less) followed by an act to prevent the doom which leads to a whole heap of trouble causing the nerd herd to rush to the rescue. Sound familiar? That’s because it is pretty much the plot for every other book in this series but I like that I can always go to this series for some easy reading, knowing whats in store.
If you like YA Vampire fiction or even YA fantasy, I would definitely recommend PC Cast books, the writing is descriptive, fun and easy to follow.
Thank you to @HoZ_Books for my copy in exchanged for review.
P. C. Cast is an award-winning fantasy and paranormal romance author, who is heavily influenced by her long-standing love of mythology. She was a teacher for many years but now concentrates on writing and public speaking full-time. Her daughter, Kristin Cast, attends college in Oklahoma and has won awards for her poetry and journalism as well as co-writing the Sunday Times and New York Times bestselling House of Night series.