House of Night: Betrayed

 
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Another Success
(Updated: November 12, 2012)
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I think that this series just keeps getting better and better. Not one part in this book have I got bored, P.C and Kristen Cast just keep blowing my mind!
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I think this is a really interesting book, my favorite part about the whole series is how things just keep on happening and that makes me want to read more. If you liked the first book in the series you will most likely love this one!
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where are the boys
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where are the boys going? when people start disapearing and vampyres are to blame, who's responsible. Zoey is trying to help out, but when one of her boy toys is taken what does she do?
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Betrayed Book Review By Ashley
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Reader reviewed by Ashley

 The second House of Night book 'Betrayed' was another great adventure. Zoey settled into the house of night and feels like she starting to belong. But human teenagers are being killed, and Zoey try to find a way to stop more from happening. This book was a great thriller and romance. I couldn't stop reading it. This series of books would have to be my favorite. 
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The Start of Something Enjoyable
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Reader reviewed by Victoria Morris

I literally picked up the first four stories at a Walmart because they were there and I needed something different to read.  I am SO glad I did.

I found myself lost in the world quickly, enjoying how magic and teen life can be seen from a different side of the dark in the world.

Though I'm disappointed that the newest books are coming out in hard covers when the first were not, I am still reading them all and eagerly await the next installment.
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Reader reviewed by monna aka monica

its not just 4 14 years olds it can also be 4 mature 12 year olds thank you very much i am 12 i ve read the twilight series the house of night series and night world and i thought all of them were great series but anywho its not just 4 14 years olds!!!!!!11
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Reader reviewed by Jessica

Betrayed is the 2nd book in the House of Night Series.  It was really good. I would put the plot down, but it is to long. But, what I did like about the book is that it's not one of those series books that has a different story or plot every book. This just keeps going about Zoey and everything.

All the characters are still the same in this one except that Zoey is now the Dark Daughters Leader and Stevie Rae dies. The way she dies is her body rejects the change and she dies slowly but stays alive longer than any other vampire while dying because she has the power of the elements with her.

Everything was different with Stevie Rae gone. The mood was a lot worse. You are just suppossed to ignore the feeling but Zoey can't. Stevie Rae was her best friend and she wasn't going to just forget her. But she did try to act as happy as possible. Stevie Rae would want that is what she figured.

Aphrodite started acting a little nicer towards Zoey because she knows how losing a best friend and roomate feels because it happened to her once.

This was my favorite book in the series and I loved the whole thing.
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A MUST READ
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Reader reviewed by Brooke

Yes the title speaks the truth, poor Zoey Redbird get Betrayed. I liked this book but it also made me mad, because you think that the High Priestess would not be the one who is complety evil. Which is really werid but a very good climax point in the story, I would recomment this book to anyone who would love a great surprise!!! THIS IS A MUST READ FOR SURE!!! So hurry go now and get it and sit down and read it!! You'll love it.
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A girl has been betrayed
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Reader reviewed by JulieR

Betrayed,by P.C. Cast and Kristin Cast is about a girl named Zoey, she has just pretty much had fitted in  to the House of Night. She  ven gets choosen as the leader of the Dark Daughters. Best of all is had two boyfriends or not so good! Suddenly hum an teenagers are being killed and it is opointed to the House of Night. She now realizes that she can use her powers to help protect hersewlf and the people she loves. " Zoey must find the courage to face  a betrayal that couls break her heart, her soul, and jeopordize the ver fabric of her world." says  P.C. Cast. it is te second Book in the House of nIght Series, it has many emotion s and is a great book!
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Betrayed
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Reader reviewed by Tara

This series just keeps getting better and better! I can reread this over and over again. I can't wait to keep reading the series. Like I said before on the first book. This would be great great on the big screen and have a great chance to beat out Twilight and Harry Potter!!
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Thrilling & Mysterious
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Reader reviewed by Katie

Zoey has settled in at the House of Night. She feels more welcome there than she ever did in her own house. She takes over as the leader of the Dark Daughters and makes some pretty big changes to the group. She has doesn't have any trouble in the guy department either. Actually, she has to figure out how she feels about three guys. But then tragedy strikes when human teenagers are being brutally murdered and it looks like vampyres at the House of Night had something to do with it. When someone close to her dies, Zoey must figure out how to deal with grief, loss, and then even betrayal.


Oh. My. Gosh. I read this book in two days, which is really fast for me. I just could not put this book down. I loved the first book in the series, Marked, but this one was soo much more exciting and mysterious. There were more than one twist in the plot that I really didn't see coming. I definitely kept my attention. The writing and plot were great. I actually almost started crying at one point. The Casts make you feel Zoey's emotions yourself. I was really surprised at who it was that betrayed her - there was no hint at it at all in Marked. I loved Zoey's confidence and kick-butt attitude. I highly recommend this book!
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