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Walker’s Book Review: Betrayed

Betrayed is the second book in the House of Night Series. It is written by P.C and Kristin Cast. The book follows Zoey as she learns more about here incredibly rare new powers. Zoey is still in her first year of her four-year vampire school. Her friends return as well as her enemies. Her friends learn that they each have a new power that is related to Zoey somehow. As the book goes along, Zoey learns more and more about her new self, and others, everyday.

I really enjoyed this book. Something about fantasy and mythical creatures really interest me, so if that interests someone, this is the book for them. Most of the main characters came back, so that kept the book alive and interesting. The biggest thing that was an improvement in this book from the first one is that they improved the clique of the more noticeable people that they had in the first one. It is more friendly and judging and I like that in a book.

The thing I did not like in this book was that they turned Zoey’s old friends and family against her. It really made the book seem more depressing because she could not even relay on her own family, and all of her old friends became heartless people.

Overall, I enjoyed this book. I recommend this book, but, like the first one, someone should only watch it if they are on a high-school age maturity level. It is worth the time and money one reads on it, and will have one wanting more. If one does read this book, just read Marked first and it will make a whole lot more sense.

Review by Emma Walker

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