L.J.Smith: The Awakening (Vampire Diaries, AudioBook 1)

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Posted on 2010-05-01, updated at 2012-06-13. By anonymous.


L.J.Smith: The Awakening (Vampire Diaries, AudioBook 1)

Written by L.J.Smith.

This is Book 1 of the "Vampire Diaries" Series

Elena is the school beauty, but she's bored. Until a new boy turns up in her class. Stefan is dark and mysterious - and she's determined to get to know him better. But Elena reminds Stefan of someone from his tragic past, and he's just as determined to resist her. Until a series of attacks in the area terrify the school and town and Stefan, the outsider, is held responsible. Elena is the only one who offers to help and, falling in love with her, Stefan tells her his terrible story. He is a vampire, on the run from his evil brother, Damon, who is also a vampire, but doesn't share Stefan's qualms about drinking human blood. And Damon is the one Stefan suspects of really being behind the recent attacks...
Can Elena help prove his innocence... without revealing his secret?

About the Author:
Lisa Jane Smith is the author of more than twenty books for young adults, including the Night World series (Hodder) and the trilogies The Forbidden Game and Dark Visions (Scholastic). Since childhood she has been fascinated by the night and the way the ordinary world changes in moonlight. She lives in Northern California, in a rambling house in a small town.


Audio book performed by: Rebecca Mozo - Unabridged Fiction
File Type: .mp3


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1 Comments for "L.J.Smith: The Awakening (Vampire Diaries, AudioBook 1)":

  1. I became inesrteted in the books once I saw the show on The CW. I think the show is great, the best new show I have seen in awhile. After reading the first book, I would say that the show is loosely based off of the books. The show writers have taken a lot of liberties, and I would say, improved upon the original. Take Elena, the main character in both the book and the show. In the book, she is quite mean and self-involved, while in the show she is down to earth and unassuming. I far prefer the show version of Elena. Needless to say, the main character being a polar opposite in the show versus the book can tell you how different the two stories are. When all was said and done with this book, I was unimpressed. I think that it was a rough version of what it could have been. This book needs work, the story is hardly fleshed out at all, making the emotions the characters feel quite unbelievable. Watch the show, skip the book.
    Posted by Mthobisi on 2012-06-13 17:09, email hidden.

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