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Caught in the struggle between good and evil . . .Cassie has joined the most alluring—and deadly—in-crowd imaginable. But power comes with a price, and it's more dangerous than she knows. Torn between the dueling desires of the two leaders of the Secret Grcle, she must ultimately choose between saving all of New Salem, and her own dangerous love for the bewitching Adam, whCaught in the struggle between good and evil . . .Cassie has joined the most alluring—and deadly—in-crowd imaginable. But power comes with a price, and it's more dangerous than she knows. Torn between the dueling desires of the two leaders of the Secret Grcle, she must ultimately choose between saving all of New Salem, and her own dangerous love for the bewitching Adam, which threatens to tear the circle apart. In the ultimate battle between good and evil, will Cassie's supernatural powers be strong enough to lead the coven out of danger? Or will she foil prey to the dark forces within?. . . will she sacrifice her love for the circle to survive?...

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The Captive Part II / The Power Reviews

  • Cameron Chaney
    2019-05-31 05:22

    A much belated review.I read this a few months ago and have been putting off my review. Not anymore! This is the second bind-up (the second half of the second book and the complete third book) in The Secret Circle series by L. J. Smith. This volume concludes the original series that she wrote in the 90s. Yes, there are a couple more books that pick up where the original trilogy left off, but those were written years later by ghost writers after Harper decided to fire Smith from moving forward with the story. Not cool, Harper! For that reason, I won't be reading those books... at least, I don't think I will. I dunno, I might change my mind considering I did like this series. Is it cheesy? Yes. Is it well-written? No. Are the characters great? No. The book isn't even technically good. But it is oh-so entertaining and I recommend it for that reason alone.

  • Nicole
    2019-06-02 04:00

    Overall I liked it, but I found it hard to like any of the characters aside from Nick. He was the only one that held my interest from beginning to end. I did manage to warm up to Diana and a few other characters, but Cassie bugged me ever since book one and continued to bug me throughout "The Captive, Part 2." She managed to redeem herself in "The Power" since she wasnt running around acting all secretive and lying to everybody anymore. I was upset over how the love story played out and the ending proved to be a little anticlimactic, but that's probably because I prefer physical action over magic, but it was still good. Even though I prefer "The Vampire Diaries" series, I think "The Secret Circle" is a good series for the YA genre.

  • Jessica Saylor
    2019-05-27 03:56

    REVIEW: I really like the Secret Circle. I read the first book a year or two ago, and had to re-read it recently since the show on The CW has really messed up the actual story in my head. Let me just say, unlike Smith's other series The Vampire Diaries, where the show is way better than the books; I actually prefer the Secret Circle novels to the show.There is something about the books that I really enjoy but I can't really put my finger on it. I really love stories about witches, the kind that use the elements and mother nature, and this book definitely has that. It also has a really good struggle between what is good and what is evil and making your decision on which you would rather try to be.One thing I didn't really like, but saw a lot less as the story progresses was Cassie's timidness. I felt like she could have been a much stronger character, but then again if she were the story wouldn't have happened the way that it did. I really liked the other characters in the circle as well. I felt that they all played a really important role and in ways were each their own main character. It is really hard to write so many personalities and to make them important and I think Smith did a good job, although I would have liked to see a little less strictness in each of them. They each had something they were good for, and I like when characters are actually like people and are good at multiple things.All in all, this series is definitely something I would recommend to everyone. I really enjoyed reading it. The writing style was quick and easy to get lost in, and I found myself not being able to stop myself from reading just one more page.FIRST LINE: "The voices from above were getting nearer."RATING BREAKDOWN: Plot: 18/20Characters: 17/20Writing: 17/20Creativity: 17/20Ending: 8/10The 'It' Factor: 8/10=85/100, B PARENTAL SUGGESTION: This book contains the following:Violence

  • Erin
    2019-06-22 06:55

    It's fine. I'll understand if you don't want to be my friend anymore.

  • Erika
    2019-06-15 02:10

    Firstly I need to get out there how amazing this book truly was. I loved the atmosphere and the growing relationship between characters. Description: Cassie finally fits into the coven, being seen as one of their own. She begins to realise being apart of the coven isn't all great as it turns out to be. Meanwhile, Faye is in a position to choose which side she is on, this ultimately developing the end results on whether the coven will be able to survive against the evil befalling in New Salem. What secrets are the coven hiding? Will the coven ever find the master tools before it is too late? Cassie begins to realise she has been living a lie. What secrets are hidden within the Blake ancestry? What is her mother and grandmother hiding? This book had it all, it had betrayal, lust, ambition, love triangles, what more could you ask. I strongly recommend you read the first volume in the series before moving on the the second volume, and if you have read the first, you MUST continue to the second!!! I still haven't seen the television series as I wanted to see how L.J Smith envisioned her story before seeing it on screen. As all, television series are made to be different from the books, I just hope it contains the same thrill I got when reading this book, I hope that it hasn't changed too much. L.J Smith writing another Secret Circle book, I was kind of like why. I mean she did leave an opening but I just hope she doesn't spoil this series by continuing the story after 20 years!!! Anyways, I recommend anyone to read this book! Especially those who are into paranormal fiction/fantasy and romance. I rate this a 4.5/5. ***********************SPOLIERS**************************************** Throughout the book I was aching for Cassie and Adam to be together but at the end... Its about time!!! I can't believe Black John turns out to be Cassies father, although I must admit I was half expecting it! ***********************************************************************

  • Baraah
    2019-06-22 08:23

    Everyone I knew was talking about this book series and how great it was, it was all over the internet and there were a lot of positive reviews written about it in the local library so I wondered what the big fuss was and picked them up. And now I am hooked.Once I started reading the first one I couldn't put that one down and read through the night finishing at 5 am. But it was worth it.So then I couldn't wait to read the second one and picked it up as soon as I can. I have to say that L.J Smith tied this one up in the best way possible. I have read her other books (The Vampire Diaries seemed rather vague to me in the way it was written)and this one was, honestly, the best one. This book picks up right where the other ones leave off, which is right after Cassie went with the twins to get pumpkins. I really love the subtle, hide-and-seek sort of romance between her and Adam. They really got me latched on to them and I often found myself shouting at Adam when he pretend loved Diana in front of Cassie.I found out that I really loved all of the 12 Secret Circle charcaters individually and found something to relate with to most of them. Faye is still up to no good and the wants the skull's power for herself. But when because of Cassie's actions her own grandmother has an accident... Cassie stands up to Faye and refuses to be her "captive," as Faye puts it. Cassie's character developed very maturely and she started standing up for herself to Faye and finally to Diana about Adam. I respected that.Overall this was a wonderful series and I would definitely reccomend it to everyone who enjoys reading about forbidden romance, loyalty and friendship, a love triangle and a happy ending. I gave this book a rating of 5.

  • Andreia
    2019-05-26 10:03

    I loved this book a lot. The writing is not the best but who am I to talk. I love that everything ended up the way I wanted. cassie grows so much from the moment she arrives in new Salem to the end of the book. Every character grows so much, even Faye ends up being a nice girl. Cassie and Adam is my life tbh there's so many thinks about this two that makes me love them. I really love Nick too but Nick is not Adam let's be honest. I am the kind of person that really likes a the assholes but in this book I am extremely attracted to Adam. It was probably the best ending I have ever seen in a series it's really nice and soft and doesn't make you desperately ask for another book which in my opinion is really good.so all nice things. :)

  • Nancy Brady
    2019-05-26 02:03

    Continuing the story that started with The Initiation and part 1 of the The Captive, Cassie Blake becomes firmly entrenched in the coven. She has friends at last; she's a part of the group, yet, lies, deceptions, and jealousy may rip the group apart as evil invades New Salem. Will the group survive? Will the group manage to come together to fight an old enemy? Part paranormal, part romance, this YA novel deals with the cliff-hanger from the first and resolves it satisfactorily. #huronreader

  • Jessica
    2019-05-26 05:02

    This series has been alright. Interesting enough to keep me reading, but it has annoying bits enough to not make me fangirl or anything. Cassie is continually doubting herself instead of accepting her power..it really irks me that she has such potential but is always a weak character.

  • Wickedlyunique
    2019-06-13 10:00

    Sally Waltman: "This one had every guy at Homecoming dance following her around with his tongue hanging out. Including my boyfriend – and look where it got him. She looks ordinary at first, maybe, but there are all sorts of colors in her hair; it changes depending on the light. I'm serious. And I'm sure it's just an act, but she's the kind that looks all fragile and sweet, the kind guys are just dying to take care of – and then she starts ordering them around. And she gets away with it, probably because she opens those great big eyes and pretends she thinks she's inadequate. The 'Oh, I'm just the girl next door, but I'll do my best' routine - they lap it up... And she's got eyes to kill for. Not the color, so much - they're sort of grayish blue - but they're so big and sincere it's disgusting. They always look like they're full of tears just ready to spill. Drives the guys crazy” (LJ Smith, p.181).It’s a sad sad day when I agree with a snob. The entire time Sally and Portia were spewing their venom, I couldn’t help but agree with them, because they were right. I hate Cassie. I loved every single secondary character except for Cassie and Adam. I even like Sean now, and that’s a huge statement coming from me given that my initial impression of the boy was that he was a creeper. I even grew to like Faye. Shocker, I know.But Cassie still continued to rub me the wrong way. Her actions at the Halloween dance were wretched. I’ve said this before (in my review for book 1-2½), and I’ll say this again – Diana is way too good to be associated with the likes of Cassie and Adam. I love Diana, and the entire time I was reading this book, I was honestly crying for her. Not only did she lose her place as sole coven leader, she also lost the guy. Are you fricken kidding me LJ Smith? Adam must seriously have some screws loose if he were to choose Cassie over Diana. Diana and Adam have history. We may not have seen it, but we know that it’s there. And you’re expecting me to accept the fact that Adam who has been in love with Diana since they were little kids, Adam who couldn’t even look at another girl - because he truly loved Diana, Adam who didn’t even notice Suzan – fell head over heels for mousy Cassie? And in a matter of a few minutes of meeting her!Cassie is either an idiot or a colossal bitch (I’m swaying mostly towards bitch), because there is no way a feeble, shy, plain Jane (which Cassie herself claims to be) is capable of capturing the attentions of not just Adam, but ‘fuck-the world’ Nick, and the entire male student body. To top that off, she’s apparently ridiculously powerful. I almost threw the book against the wall when everyone voted her coven leader - why the members of the coven are still friends with her is beyond me.I was eagerly anticipating major fallout from Faye’s blackmailing schemes, but instead we got none. What we got was: Faye being voted coven leader much to a blindsided Diana’s surprise, we watched Diana become paralyzed with shock when she realized her 'sister' betrayed her, we watched Faye unleash the powers of evil in a cemetery, we witnessed Cassie’s grandmother’s death, we watched Black John come back to life, and we watched as Cassie’s mother became catatonic. It took all of that, before Cassie grew a backbone and decided enough was enough. She told Faye “no more!” and Faye responded by doing what I was waiting patiently to see: reveal all. But instead of the much anticipated fallout we saw Diana forgive Cassie for macking on her man! I couldn’t help but shake my head - Diana really is too good for her own good.As for Adam – I honestly expected him to turn on Cassie. Honestly Adam? You choose Cassie over Diana? Cassie would have fed him to the wolves if it weren’t for Adam’s gusto. He stood up to Faye and told the events of what transpired between him and Cassie truthfully. If it weren’t for his courage, he would have been abandoned by the coven. Cassie certainly wasn’t jumping in and defending herself or Adam. Instead she just stood back, and let everyone believe Faye’s tale. As a result – Adam is a bastard in my opinion – Parfit Gentil Knight my ass. He doesn’t deserve Diana. Him and Cassie truly do deserve each other. And as for the epicness that is Cassie/Adam - I’m sorry but if a character is in love, then please show me WHY they are in love. The silver cord just reeks of nonsense, and reminds me of how stupid the notion of 'imprinting' was in the Twilight series. Its lazy writing and your readers aren't morons LJ. The ‘soul-mate-silver-cord-crap’ is bullshit. As for the murder mystery – I guessed as much. You can find my review for book 1-2½ - it basically states as much. I had a nagging feeling that Black John was behind the murders and I was right. I suspected that Cassie was Black John’s daughter, and again – I was right. I also predicted a ‘Cassie attempt to forget Adam’ a mile away, and like Diana, Nick didn’t deserve to be lead astray. He may have said he knew what he was getting into, but surely Cassie could have restrained herself. If Adam truly is the love of her life, did she really need to make out with Nick, and give the poor guy hope? Definitely not.In addition, the showdown between the Circle and Black John fell flat – it was pathetic. One stupid little spell, and Kaboom! Seriously? You really could have done better LJ. There could have at least been some carnage, and maybe a death or two – preferably Cassie and Adam.The only thing I never saw coming was the identity of Cassie’s picture. In the last book it was evident that Deborah = Artemis, Suzan = Aphrodite, Faye = Hera, Melanie = Athena, Diana = Diana, and Laurel = Persephone. But Cassie was a mystery. But then Diana revealed near the end of this book what Cassie was and I nearly vomited. Cassie = the muses! Kill me now… Wait, correction - more specifically, Cassie = all of the muses before they were split into nine entity’s. So even as a picture, Cassie is once again superior to the rest. She takes Bella-syndrome to a whole new level. It just made me want to wretch.Now it might seem like I spent the entirety of this review badmouthing this book, but in truth I enjoyed it. I know, right? I have a funny way of showing it, but how could I not rant when Cassie takes center stage to everything and everyone else in the book. If she were likable my rating for this book would have been a 5, but sadly Cassie had to be a skank, and as a result she garnered no sympathy.Therefore, my OTP ship for this book is obviously not Adam and Cassie. It is however still (as I mentioned in my review for book 1-2½) Laurel and Nick, and I was thoroughly disappointed that LJ didn’t go that route with them. If all of the characters in this book are modeled after Greek gods, then it would only make sense that Nick = Hades. Therefore, Laurel is without a doubt the Persephone to Nick’s Hades. Is it wrong that I was hoping he’d kidnap her? I was highly anticipating a grandios Nick/Laurel warped romance, but sadly I got none. Boo! Oh well, there’s always fanfiction.

  • Emma
    2019-06-20 02:56

    The Captive Part II:In this story Cassie Blake is still a captive of Faye because she's being blackmailed. The coven is trying to control or get rid of the evil, dark power of the crystal black skull created by an original witch in 1696. They decide on Halloween to go to the school dance and leave early then go to the empty, burnt down lot on their street, Crowhaven, and call the dead. They did that but it wasn't successful. Ironically enough the witches were born days apart from each other in November through early December, except for Cassie who was born on July 23rd. They have a witchy birthday party for the boys. And soon after the coven had to meet to decide who the leader of the coven would be. At first the leader was the beautiful Diana, but her cousin Faye challenged her leadership. Cassie was being blackmailed to vote for Faye. I won't give away who was voted leader, but soon after the vote they all went to the cemetery with the crystal black skull and tried to harness the power. It was unsuccessful and released a menacing figure and an eerie red light devoured Cassie's house. There she found her mother dazed and confused and her grandmother near death with a black figure standing over her. Several of the witches used magic to get rid of the red light and the black figure. Cassie's grandmother tells them the story of Black John and his evil agenda. She gives Cassie her family's Book of Shadows and tells Cassie to be brave and that she has the power to stop Black John. A thrilling segment of the story and an extremely easy read.The Power:The story begins with Faye revealing to her cousin, Diana, the secret Cassie had been trying to hide. No longer could Faye blackmail Cassie, but Cassie is distraught by her betrayal of Diana. Diana forgives Cassie. A love triangle is involved here. They discover that Black John can magically reincarnate himself from the grave. And the last time he reincarnated, he killed most of the current coven's parents because they figured out his diabolical plans. He had them all get married and have children all around the same time. He wanted a full circle of witches he could control. He didn't count on Kori and Cassie being born. The coven decides to question their older relatives and comb their Books of Shadows in order to find a way to stop Black John from his diabolical plans and killing more people. Cassie goes to school and discovers a girl she met at Cape Cod before moving to New Salem, Portia, has enrolled in her high school. Portia and her brothers are witch hunters. Cassie discovers that someone has stolen her special stone, hematite. And the coven doesn't know who it was. At Cassie's grandmother's funeral she meets the new Principal, Jack Brunswick. And that's when Cassie realizes he's Black John. Cassie and Nick decide to become an item, although Nick knows she's in love with someone else. Someone she can't have. Cassie gets clues from her dreams. Her family is the most powerful and has the gift of clear sight. Black John used to live in the now burnt down house on Crowhaven Road, number 13. Cassie's mother is really sick since the reappearance of Black John and the older witches in town are taking care of her and trying to cure her. Faye who is now the coven leader has decided to team up with Black John. The coven decide they need to find the original master tools to defeat Black John. Jack Brunswick, as Principal, decides to target the coven members by issuing a list of prohibited activities that are punishable; the worst one being sent to his office. All the outsiders are hypnotized by him and are gratified that the coven no longer has special privileges. The girls decide to do a special magical ritual for the night of Hecate, a goddess of witches. When the ceremony is over, they instruct Cassie, the newest initiate to bury a box somewhere she'll remember, but to not look inside the box, to which she complies. The coven decides to use amethyst crystals to protect them from psychic attack by Black John. The Principal had set up medieval stocks in the cafeteria to place those who get punished in. Cassie got sent to the Principal's office. Nick and the others decide to create a diversion outside the school to save Cassie from Black John. After Cassie is saved, Faye rereads the true identity of Black John and Cassie is floored and horrified by what she discovers. The coven realized that only the original master tools can stop Black John. So Cassie uses a moonstone under her pillow so she could have dreams that will help them discover where the master tools are. Lucky for her it worked and they found the master tools. But the following day Cassie is kidnapped by the witch hunters. But the coven saved her just in time. Then the coven discovers who among them has been influenced by Black John and had been committing the murders involuntarily with no recollection. Black John was using hematite to control this person. The coven realizes that on the eclipse the next week, Black John is planning something diabolical. The coven decide to lie low until then when they will counter-attack. On that day Black John decides to take out the bridge from the mainland because a major storm is rolling through, a storm he is controlling using magic. Since Faye isn't around the coven decides to elect a new leader. I won't tell you who they voted for. But the new leader has to use the master tools to defeat Black John and stop the storm from killing everyone in New Salem. The showdown is at Black John's old house, number 13. I won't tell you if they defeat Black John or how they attempted to do it. At the end of the story the coven decided to have three leaders, a triumvirate. And in the end, the messy love triangle is resolved, but I won't give it away. A great book and an easy read.

  • Rebecca
    2019-05-31 05:05

    OK, I'm going to keep this review short because I read this book too far away from the previous books so really didn't feel as hooked with these two books in the series as I did the previous books. So I'm going to reread the entire series again at some point in the next two years just to give it a fair shot. I also think I may be getting a bit old for these real YA teen books as the characters were just a little annoying. I could not remember a thing about the previous books in the series other than I enjoyed them enough to buy the next book in the series straight away after finishing. So they must have been decent but I waited too long between reading the first two books in the series and these two so I didn't really connect with the characters or see how the storyline fit into the series. I'm very sorry, I'm having to leave this rating as a 2.5 stars but this rating and the review are subject to change when I reread the entire series.

  • Darth J
    2019-05-27 09:57

    This one includes part 2 of the second book and the third book in what was originally a trilogy before the publisher took the series away from L.J. Smith and is now written by a group of ghost writers.Anyway, there is a power struggle in the Circle between Cassie, Faye, and Diana. The latter two are polar opposites, while Cassie is supposed to represent a balance.Diana is such a goody-goody while Faye is a complete badass that she even gives up her boyfriend of 3+ years, Adam, to Cassie without much of a fight.So there is that going on already when Cassie's long-lost father shows up. He's like an evil immortal pirate or something??And he somehow gets summoned because the kids put their crystals together and it forms a crystal skull that is somehow his head??The plot of these last 2 books is kinda meh, but hey, Faye is fricken' awesome and it's worth the read for her alone.

  • Maddison
    2019-05-27 07:10

    This one took me a lot longer to read than expected. Almost a week, which frustrated me seeing as I let my team down for my team challenge. I hope not to need to do that again.To be honest, the main character, Cassie, just really annoys me. She just whines allll the tiiiiime and says 'oh no, can't do that or it'll really hurt this person, so I just won't', and then she goes and contradicts herself by saying 'oh I can't keep it from her, I need to tell her', and then she doesn't! Gosh it just really bugs me! One thing I did like though was (view spoiler)[how she gave Nick a chance for a while. (hide spoiler)] That was nice :) I didn't like how (view spoiler)[Diana gave up Adam so easily at the end, (hide spoiler)] but I did like how (view spoiler)[all of the Circle came together at the end to get rid of Black John. I feel like he wasn't a proper threat at all, and that it wasn't drawn out enough, which sucked. (hide spoiler)] I was surprised that (view spoiler)[Sean was the one betraying the Circle, (hide spoiler)] but he did always seem weak. I'm glad I read this book, and plan to continue the series.

  • Amalia
    2019-06-17 05:01

    Adam and Cassie have sworn not to love each other for the sake of their beloved leader Diana. But Faye has caught them in their one embrace. Now she uses it to blackmail Cassie, forcing Cassie to lie to Diana and to dig up the strange crystal skull that gives them all such dangerous visions. Meanwhile, students are being murdered, and the witches are under suspicion. And Faye wants from Cassie the ultimate betrayal: her vote for Faye as coven leader.Faye rules the Circle, while Diana reels from Cassie’s apparent treachery. Cassie and Adam are drawn more strongly together than ever. A new principal appears who seems to know all the Circle’s secrets and is dedicated to persecuting them. Cassie, no longer the shy girl she was only a few months ago, takes charge in solving the murders, the mystery of the crystal skull, and the true meaning of the Secret Circle. Her reward is her dream come true.

  • Veronica Morfi
    2019-06-03 06:21

    When the first book left me wanting more I was glad to see that this one was as fastpassed and interesting. The story is beautiful and with a lot of action. I would like a little bit more witch fights, calling on the elements and stuff, a little bit more active magic and not so much of herbs and crystals. The ending was good but not so much fulfilling, it didn't left me wanting more or being extremely full, it just left me...A good read for anyone, and I can't wait for the tv series this fall!

  • Kristen
    2019-06-03 05:58

    Finally...something to satisfy my interest since TWILIGHT! This book had me hooked right from the beginning. It has just the right amount of mischief and tourture mixed in with a little forbidden love. This is definately a MUST READ for all twilight lovers...and haters! I finished both the first and second book in about 4 days...and i am a very busy person...even i found time to read :) i just couldnt put it down!

  • Devon
    2019-05-28 06:57

    I really Loved this trilogy or 2 part story whatever you want to call it. It goes down as a new favorite of mine. I think I could read and reread over and over. I think the soul-mate, but we can't be together thing really got me.awww

  • Erica Alyson
    2019-06-21 05:01

    Such a good series one of my favorites I loved it and Cassie the main character is great!

  • Colette
    2019-06-08 10:02

    I think my main problem was that the only two characters I loved-Adam & Nick weren't featured as much as I would've liked them to be. :)

  • madison
    2019-06-10 07:54

    Ok so this book was in my opinion better than Twilight! I loved it and it gets so good tword the end!

  • sarah
    2019-05-30 07:15

    Much better than the first two books, but still not as great as other LJ Smith books. I feel like we were constantly told that Cassie was suddenly brave and outspoken after the first but ok but we never really saw that in action until the end. The end confrontation was extremely rushed but I actually didn’t mind that. The romance was bland but I kind of expect that in teen witch books. I wish more time had been spent flushing out the other Circle members like Suzan and Deborah who were far more interesting.

  • Natalie Hoffman
    2019-06-24 07:16

    These books are not without their flaws, I'll be the first to admit that. Cassie is a complete Mary Sue, and Diana is not even remotely believable as a high school student, to say nothing of the rest of the characters. That said, these books, along with the first four Vampire Diaries books, played a profound role in my early adolescence. I related to Cassie as a shy, awkward young teen, and her growth from a shy little mouse to a leader honestly helped me to grow more confident, too, and I longed for a friend like Diana. Twenty-five years later, it's still fun to get caught up in this world.

  • Natalie
    2019-06-23 09:17

    I liked The Initiation, the first story in The Secret Circle trilogy written by LJ Smith (the other books in the series are written by another author) but The Captive and The Power just didn't work for me. I thought the romance was weak for LJ Smith and I should know better to try a witch story since I never seem to care for them. I had to try it though since, well, it's LJ Smith.

  • Lory Calabrese
    2019-05-30 06:54

    A must read to complete the series. The climax was not as exciting as I anticipated, however it didn't drag on as some do. I really enjoyed seeing Cassie and the Circle finish this part of their story.

  • Kathleen Veldhuis
    2019-06-25 07:01

    Yaasss finally finished!! I do understand why I loved this story so much when I was younger! I enjoyed it a little less now but what I really like now is that it's got a lot of inspiration from the actual craft.

  • Mahi Carstairs
    2019-06-13 04:13

    Breath taking...

  • DellaDaisy
    2019-06-15 05:01

    This book was awesome the characters were a team even Faye who can be a........

  • Jacquelyn
    2019-06-21 04:21

    This book had me on the edge of my seat almost the whole time. Really good series, can't wait to read more

  • Kim
    2019-06-25 08:07

    3,5 stars!