Vampire Diaries book 1 and 2 review

Vampire Diaries by L.J Smith

Pages: 492

Published: June 26th 2007

Blurb: Elena: the golden girl, the leader, the one who can have any boy she wants.

Stefan: brooding and myterious, he seems to be the only one who can resist Elena, even as he struggles to protect her from the horrors that haunt his past.

Damon: sexy, dangerous, and driven by an urge for revenge against Stefan, the brother who betrayed him. Determined to have Elena, he’d kill to possess her.

Collected here in one volume for the first time, volumes one and two of The Vampire Diaries, the tale of two vampire brothers and the beautiful girl torn between them

My review. This was a really good book, as I ha never read the vampire diaries before and it has been on mu TBR for ages.

I enjoyed the characters and the suspense and action in the book. My favourite character has to be Elena, as I was just drawn to her through out the whole books.

I loved that I has the first and second book in one book, as it was easier to read and continue onto the second book straight away.

The second book was actually the first book that I have read this year, and it was an awesome way to start the year off.

It confused me a bit with how different the book is to the tv series as it takes a whole different direction, so my brain was like, wait that didn’t happen in the tv series but it did in the book. But I enjoyed it never the less.

I give this book a 3 out of 5 stars

I hope you enjoyed my review and what was your thoughts on this book? Let me know in the comments and I will see you in my next blog post x

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