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by Teri Clark Linden,L. J. Smith

  • Author: Teri Clark Linden,L. J. Smith
  • ISBN: 1441820752
  • ISBN13: 978-1441820754
  • ePub: 1236 kb | FB2: 1434 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Literature & Fiction
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition (March 20, 2010)
  • Rating: 4.7/5
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Black Dawn (Night World Series) ePub download

Black Dawn (Night World . .has been added to your Cart. I'm not really that into reading, but I couldn't put this book down. I've read all 8 of .

Black Dawn (Night World . My only complaint is that I think she should have written more about Delos, he was defintiely an interesting enough character.

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Part of Night World series by L. Smith. Hercheek was resting on her open geometry book; there were homework papers scattered among theblankets, along with fragments of potato chips andan empty bag. She was wearing her jeans and a flowered pajama top plus the only two socks she'dbeen able to find last night: one red velveteen anklet and one blue cotton slouch sock. Those particular socks would eventually meanthe difference between life and death for her, but at the moment Maggie had no idea of that.

She lives in the Bay Area of northern California, USA, but she gets her best ideas watching deer in the backyard of a small cabin in Inverness or walking on the rocky beaches that surround that area.

10 primary works, 20 total works. Ash and Mary-Lynnette: Those Who Favor Fire. Extras, outtakes & short stories: Night World: Extras. Book 1. Secret Vampire. This is, at last, the continuation of the story.

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part of Night World Series. The front door was open, letting in the cold airof a November night in Washington. Maggie's father was wearing a short bathrobe and holding hermother, who was pulling and tearing at him as ifshe were trying to get away, screaming breathlesslyall the while. And in the doorway four people were standing: two sheriffs, a National Park ranger, and Sylvia Weald.

Listen to unlimited audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. These supernatural races make up a secret society known as the Night World, which enforces two fundamental laws to prevent discovery: 1) Never allow humans to gain knowledge of the Night World's existence and, 2) Never fall in love with one of them. First he put her in a dungeon. Then he realized they were soulmates.

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All nine books in . The Night World is their secret society, a society with very strict rules. And falling in love breaks them all. In Night World, Poppy has been diagnosed with terminal cancer. James, a vampire, can make Poppy immortal, but first they must risk everything to go against the laws of Night World.

The series takes place in a world similar to our own but one where vampires, witches, werewolves and shape-shifters live among humans without their knowledge. These supernatural races make up a secret society known as the Night World, which enforces two fundamental laws to prevent discovery: 1) Never allow humans to gain knowledge of the Night World's existence and, 2) Never fall in love with one of them. First he put her in a dungeon. Then he realized they were soulmates. Now he wants to make her a vampire princess. Maggie Neely is a short, spunky sixteen-year-old with auburn hair and an iron will. When her brother turns up missing, she’s determined to find him. But she never suspects that the trail will lead her into the most secret heart of the Night World, a kingdom where no outsider has stepped in five hundred years. The kingdom is ruled by the young vampire prince Delos…who keeps all humans as slaves. When Delos falls in love with Maggie, he frees her and demands that she join him in his life of dark pleasure. He’s handsome, he’s romantic – Maggie can hardly resist him. But did he kill Maggie’s brother? And who are the strange people searching the kingdom for a Wild Power? Maggie won’t give up until she learns the truth – even if it means destroying Delos and his secret land. If he doesn’t destroy her first…
Quynaus
~for those of you that do not know what this book is about here it is: this girl maggie's brother dissapears, his girl friend reports his death and maggie has suspisions about this strange girl. the night of her brother's reported death she follows this girl home to find out what really happend to her brother. next thing she wakes up and finds herself in this cart being halled to this dark kingdom, she meete 3 girls who are in the cart and with them she tries to escape. one of these girls is an escaped slave and tells her of the horors of the dark kingdom and that it is ruled by the strange, and deadly delos. this book to me was the best one of the night world series. it was so interresting like all her other books. i was 0nly one third into the book when i just couldn't stop reading it. i read it from about 2-12 am (I am such a slow reder).my favorite part in this book was on page 90, it was so funny and sweet to.
Gavinrage
In my opinion, this is the best book in the Night World series and it's all because of a detailed, layered plot, and Maggie Neely. L.J. Smith finally gives us a heroine who is brave and heroic, but also a *real* person. All her other heroines are grouped into three catagories - the tough girls (Rashel, Jez and Keller) who don't really have much personality and are magically cured of their pessimissim at the end of the books; the wise, docile, tree-hugging girls (Hannah, Mary-Lynette and Thea) who are the standard damsels in distress, and the downright irritating girls (Poppy and Gillian) who flounce around without any idea of what their doing. But Maggie is a successful break-away from these stero-types, simply because she is a mix of all three - she is strong, determined and willing to put up a good fight (thus her nickname Steely Neely), kind and compassionate, as we see when she refuses to abandon 'Cady' but still is realistically unsure and scared when it comes to some of the decisions she has to make. All this makes her a realistic and enjoyable heroine, someone to relate to, as well as someone to admire.
The second thing that makes this the best book is the number of sub-plots and characters that are ultimately all linked. Within the Night World there is a kingdom in the mountains called the Dark Kingdom where Night People reside, served by human slaves, and relatively un-touched by the outside world. They are so un-touched that they are all still living in a castle known as Black Dawn, and have their own monarchy (L.J. obviously wanted to go medievial). But this kingdom is soon to be over-run by many different characters, each with their own adjendas. Delos the Prince, is the second Wild Power, and struggling to know who he can trust, and what he should use his power for. Hunter Redfern has just found the kingdom, and eagar to exercise dominance over his great grandson in a subtle but cruel mind-game. Jeanne McCartney and P.J. Penobscot are two young slaves, desparate to escape captivity, and Aradia, the Maiden of all the Witches is on a diplomatic mission to the kingdom when disaster strikes. Maggie herself, is brought to the kingdom against her will by her brother's girlfriend, Sylvia Weald who claims her brother Miles is dead. Maggie doesn't believe her, and is desparately searching for him, but before she can get far, she is kidnapped by the Night People. All of these plotlines are weaved up, along with the elements of political upheaval in the Night World when the witches leave the Joint Council, a prophesy concerning Maggie as the Deliverer of the slaves, and the impending battle between the forces of good and evil.
Black Dawn leaves the rest of the Night World books in the dust, so make sure you read this one!
Blackbrand
All of L.J. Smith's books are so totally kicking. She's like one of the only authors that I re-read their books over & over & over again. All of her books, not just the Night World ones, make me wish to be that particular heroine & feel what it's like to find their soulmate. These people who're clowning on Ms. Smith are SO insane!
Wnex
I'm not really that into reading, but I couldn't put this book down. I've read all 8 of L.J. Smith's Night World books and I love them all, but this is definitely my favorite. My only complaint is that I think she should have written more about Delos, he was defintiely an interesting enough character. Not to mention sexy...
Teonyo
One of the better books in the Night World. It ranks right up there, in my opinion, with Soulmate, Daughters of Darkness, and The Chosen. Likewise, Delos is a good character too, worthy of being in the same series with such gems as Ash Redfern, John Quinn and Thierry Descouedres. I was surprised that Hunter Redfern was vaporized, though. Who's to be the new antagonist of the Night World? Without witches and an entire family of lamia milling about without direction, it leaves not many people to fight on the side of Darkness. I think the only serious problem with the Night World series is that there is only one book featuring each set of characters. It's hard to fit the sort of character development in one book that this author used to put in three. I cannot imagine Delos the icicle giving in to Maggie quite as easily as he had. For that matter, if so many of the evil people of this series have hearts of gold underneath, then obviously Hunter Redfern must've really been a boy scout. Shame he went up in a puff of smoke. However, I think this series has a promising theme . . .I wish that Ms. Smith had continued to write in trilogies, this could have been one of her best. The Night World is ready for an ending, and I hope it will finish the series well.
Wire
this is really one of the greatest books i have ever read and own. i was fortunate enought 2 own all 9 night world books and im still waiting 4 strange fate 2 come out. neways this book tells about a gurl name maggie who searches for her missing brother miles after when he and his girlfriend slyvia goes out mountain climbing but then disappears without a trace. maggie doesnt trust slyvia and thinks she is lying about her brother's disapperance so she follows her and then is captured and taken as a slave 2 a kingdom that is owned by the Night World and is ruled by a young vampire prince name delos. this is one the books that deals with finding the wild powers and needing 2 find all 4 of them that are needed at the end of the millenium. this is one of the best lj smith has written and i hope she will continue writing more books for the series. keep up the great work. and i pretty much think that strange fate is NOT the last book in the night world series.
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