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Genre: Young Adult, Urban Fantasy
Like a giant puzzle, the true scope of the dangers facing Zoey Redbird and her fledgling vampire friends are slowly being revealed in this fourth House of Night novel. As the narrator, it is Zoey's sense of humor and sense of duty that help make her such a refreshing and fascinating character. Good pacing keeps the plot running on all cylinders as the book races to its frightening crescendo. After this, nothing will be the same!
Some major screwups have left Zoey in a difficult position with her cadre of friends. Surprisingly it is former enemy Aphrodite who stays close. Although Aphrodite is no longer a vampire fledgling, she still has the visions provided by the goddess Nyx. What Aphrodite's visions are telling her is that Zoey has been targeted for death by creatures called Raven-Mockers.
Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
Published: October 2008