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ISBN: 1481486810

ISBN13: 9781481486811


(Book #3 in the Night World Series)

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The third book in L.J. Smith's beloved Night World series is now available as a special collector's edition Her name is Blaise and she's irresistible to boys. Her dark, smoldering beauty is an invitation to jealousy and madness. And now she's ready for the kill. Eric Ross is the perfect catch, a star athlete who wants to be a vet. But her cousin Thea, is determined to protect this particular human boy from the girl who was born to destroy men. Blaise's...

Customer Reviews

5 ratings

Black vs White

Thea Harman has always put up with Blaise's obsession with owning boys. It has gotten them kicked out of all their past schools after the boys became obsessed with Blaise's fiery looks. Thea begs Blaise not to work her magick when they go to their new school. As soon as they get there, Thea meets Eric. A boy very understanding of animals. She recognizes their connection almost immediately and tries to stay away from him. But she notices Blaise wanting Eric for herself. When Thea sees this, she knows that she must protect Eric in any way she can. Even if she must call upon some of the most powerful magicks that are forbidden to use. And even if she must die for falling in love with a human. Great book! Blaise was an interesting character though. Very bad, obviously, but i liked what she did for Thea in the end.

An Amazing Book

As a Pagan Witch, I found this book both entertaining and fascinating. It is a work of fiction and that shows strongly in the plot with devices such as the bad witch vs. good witch theme and a total disregard for human life. I include this as a warning to other Pagans who may be offended by these themes. Despite the facts above, L.J. Smith actually did her research! If you are Wiccan, you will get a kick out this book if you can ignore the innacuracies of the plot line. You'll find the Rede, mentions of herbs and their associations, a fairly accurate portrayal of the Burning Times and a few mentions of circle casting and spellwork. You'll also find a running theme of Maiden/Mother/Crone. For those Pagans or Witches who are not Wiccan (like me), you might enjoy the overall message/s of the book as well as the fairly accurate Pagan elements.Of course, the first thing that impressed me were the strong female Witch characters. The second was the actual accuracies in the book. Oh yes, and there were male Witches. Pagan fiction isn't exactly readily available, so I'll take what I can get in that department. The plotline is VERY innacurate (includes vampires, a "world" of Witches and a hatred of humans), so be prepared for this.Onto the entertainment value of the book. I devour books. I picked this one up for a quick "fluffy" read. I was pleasantly surprised to find that it was really quite good. Her writing will take you into another world and if you love reading, you will likely devour this book in one sitting. The writing is fantastic. Most of the characters are well written and the book flows very well. Very entertaining and satisfying.I have to rate this book with 5 stars as a result of incredible energy rush I received after reading it. Off to ground myself, Enchantress B. RM.

BUY it, READ it and LOVE it!!!!!!!!!

This book is sooooooo good, i have read most of the books in the Night World series, but so far this is my fav. i love the way she describes the witchcraft and makes u feel part of the powerful magic that takes place. If you like witchcraft and a mysterious book, do as my title tells you too!!!!!Cos' you don't wanna miss the book of the century!


This book like all of L.J.Smith's other books is absolutely divine! I luved it. Blaise was a perfect witch in my opinion. The only thing that disturbed me was the awful torture chamber for Halloween in the Gym. How can people actually laugh about that (I've met people who think it's funny)?


L.J. Smith is right about almost every witchy detail, from the Burning Times (which is waht witches do call it), to the Circles, to Hecate, the first witch. l.j. smith has to be the qoolest Young Adult writer, it would be a sin to compare her work to that predictable 'Goosebumps' crap
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