Book Review

Marked by P.C. Cast and Kristen Cast

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House of Night
P.C. Cast and Kristen Cast
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May 1st 2007
Paperback
348
https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/7933619-marked

So the bad news was that I'd have to move into the House of Night, a private boarding school, known by all my friends as the vampyre finishing school, where I would spend the next four years going through bizarre and unnameable physical changes, as well as a total and permanent life shake-up. And that's only if the whole process didn't kill me.

But the good news was that I wouldn't have to take the geometry test tomorrow.

When sixteen-year-old Zoey is marked by the Tracker, she knows her old life is over. Now she has to leave her friends and family to join the House of Night school, where there's only one subject Zoey needs to study: Vampyre 101.

Of course, there;s always a catch, and this one's nice and simple: if you fail, you die ...

This book is written by mother and daughter duo P.C. Cast and Kristen Cast. You honestly can’t tell that, the problem is this book is boring. It made me want to scratch my eyes out and I feel bad about it.

I’ve read this series before and I loved it but this time round I am not feeling that connection and it sucks because I got so far in the series but I just wanted to rip the book apart and beg them to write the whole thing again.

It might be the fact that I have read it before but it just seems so predictable and in a bad way. I can’t comprehend how boring and so very predictable the whole book was.

The characters bored me, especially the main character Zoey. Stevie just annoyed the hell out of me and I wanted to go in that book and punch her in the face.

Vampires, or well Vampyres = OVERRATED

Get a NEW idea.

It’s so overwritten it’s ridiculous, yeah tries to give its own twist but fails miserably.

I am unsure whether I will either make an attempt to read the next one, read this one again or just give up on it completely.

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