“The Fury” By L.J. Smith Review

A Love Triangle of Unspeakable Horror… Stefan Tormented after losing Elena, he’s determined to end the feud with his brother, Damon–whatever the cost. Damon Mocking Stefan and Elena, he laughs in the face of doom. Elena Wild with her craving for blood, she confronts the ultimate evil. The terrifying story of two vampire brothers and the beautiful girl torn between them.

This book is the 3rd book in the “Vampire Diaries” book series. Which I found myself loving. 

If you want to read an amazing series about vampires falling in love with a human than this series is the go-to here. Forget about twilight because Vampire Diaries is the better one and it is the OG because it was written before twilight.

The book series is much different than the TV show, I enjoyed the TV show but I love the book series so much more at least so far. So far each book in this series taken me less than 24hours to read because I just was so engaged in it and I just couldn’t put it down.

This book as the previous books in this series are very easy and simple to read which is one of the reason why I love this series so much.

The action in this series picked up and I really loved it, because there was so much happening and it just kept me personally turning the pages and it fully pulled me into the story.

The plot is super easy but at the same time it has many layers to it which I found enjoyable. The plot here is very YA style but I found myself enjoying it much more than I’ve expected.  The plot in this book doesn’t take a lot of brain power just as in the first book in this series

The character development is getting better and better in this series which I always love to see. All of the characters are super interesting, enjoyable and super relatable to. And I really just needed to know what would happen to them. 

The writing style is the same as in the first and second books in the series. It is easy and simple and it still a good fit with the plot.

I Give This Book 4 / 5

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