Shadow Souls - Vampire Diaries No. 6 (Paperback)
  • Shadow Souls - Vampire Diaries No. 6 (Paperback)

Shadow Souls - Vampire Diaries No. 6 (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 06/05/2010
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A phenomenally popular vampire romance sequence - now showing on ITV2 - from the best selling author of Night World, L. J. Smith. Elena Gilbert is once again at the centre of magic and danger beyond her imagining. And once more, Stefan isn't there to help! Elena is forced to trust her life to Damon, the handsome but deadly vampire who wants Elena, body and soul. They must journey to the slums of the Dark Dimension, a world where vampires and demons roam free, but humans must live as slaves of their supernatural masters. Damon's brother, the brooding vampire Stefan whom Elena loves, is imprisoned here, and Elena can only free him by finding the two hidden halves of the key to his cell. Meanwhile, the tension between Elena and Damon mounts until Elena is faced with a terrible decision: which brother does she really want to be with? The drama, danger and star-crossed love that fills each Vampire Diaries book is in full effect here, with Elena Gilbert once again filled with supernatural powers.

Publisher: Hachette Children's Group
ISBN: 9781444900644

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“Average”

I have been reading these books since before the tv series and loved the first two. However the three part instalment of the return has left me with a bitter taste in my mouth. The relationship between Stefan and... More

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7th July 2010
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“Best One Yet!”

Yes I was getting a bit bored of the series, and I actually stop reading this book half way into the recap at the start, and I am still cursing myself for that because this happen to be the best book of the the series... More

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24th August 2011
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“Disappointing”

This series has been going downhill since the previous book. The plots are getting more and more unbelieveable. I'm having to put my brain on pause to continue reading it. Not very well written. That said, the... More

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26th May 2010
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