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As Zoey Redbird learns more of her Goddess-given powers, dark forces are at work at the House of Night. Those appearing to be friends are turning out to be enemies. However, enemies are also turning out to be friends. Or at least familiar acquaintances. Her best friend, Stevie Rae, is an undead and is struggling to maintain a grip in her humanity. Because if she loses it, she will become one of the others, forever lost and killing for blood. Zoey does not know how to help her but is determined to save her best friend. She does know, however, that anything she and Stevie discover must be kept a secret from everyone else because trust has become a rare commodity. Zoey also manages to find herself with not only one, but three boyfriends. When things could not get any more difficult, vampyres are turning up dead. As in, really really dead. All evidence point to the People of Faith, specifically Zoeys step-father, who are already tired of living side by side with vampyres, the creatures of evil. But as Zoey and her friends find out that things rarely reflect the truth. This book is very interesting but somehow manages to portray Zoeys friends are shallow beings. Even though it has a lot of action, there are some scenes where Zoey looks like an extreme slut.