House of Night: Untamed

 
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suddenly a new guy is introduced to Zoey's life. Neferet has offically gone evil. but the most shocking bit of all is the ending. after you read this you will never be able to stop. what's going on with the guys in her life. how is she going to stop evil spirits from rising?
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Best Book of Series So Far
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Reader reviewed by Jessica

Right off the bat, this is my favorite book of The House of Night series. Yes, its only book 4, but it is fantastic. This book doesnt deal with Zoeys love life as much as the others have. Im all for the ooey-gooey bits, but this one does well without her having a boy (or man) in her life. It focuses on Zoey coming into her own and she is beginning to portray the high priestess that she really is.

A new character, Stark, is introduced, but his part is just too short in this book, so Im hoping there will be more to come of him in the future books. Neferet has truly gone evil and Aphrodite is, gasp, nice! I finally like Aphrodite and am happy to read about her snobby self without wanting to smack her. Zoeys Grandma comes to stay at The House of Night and it is easy to feel the love all of the fledglings feel towards this woman. The Casts did a wonderful job of weaving Cherokee stories into the book for both background purposes and featuring the tales up front and center.

The novel is a quick read because its just so hard to put it down. The book comes to a close in the midst of the action and you are left unaware of whats happened to some of the characters outside of the main group of friends. It is the biggest cliffhanger of the series thus far, leaving us waiting to find out how Zoey will save the world.
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It has bite
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Reader reviewed by Taylor

This book and series were amazing. I've read all the way from Marked to Tempted and never once was I bored. Untamed introduced one of my favourite characters, known as Stark. He is such a good character and adds to Zoeys boyfriend troubles. What's a good story without something relatable? Along with Stark, the same old characters (Erik, Heath, Damien, Jack, Zoey, Stevie Rae, Aphrodite, Shaunee, and Erin) were at it again. Fighting evil one step at a time. One of the better books in the series.
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LOVED IT
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Reader reviewed by Brooke

The title says all. This book is literally Untamed. I mean everything comes out in this book!! No secrets are kept away any longer in this extreamly cool book. I loved it and i would recommend it to everyone. This is definatly a book to read. I garuntee you will fall in love with this book like i did. Zoey Redbird kicks butt!!!! You feel like you are standing right next to her throughout the book and thats why i love this book so much.
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Betrayal...again?
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Reader reviewed by Stephanie

Zoey Redbird, a fledging at the House of Night, has friends who are completely pissed off at her. In one week, she went from three boyfriends to have none and from having a group of friends who trusted her to being an outcast. Life sucks, doesnt it, Zoey? However, the only two friends she has left are undead and unMarked. When Neferet declares a war on the humans, Zoey knows that she must tell someone about it but who will listen to her after everything? Her adventure takes a wild turn as loyalties are tested; true intentions are made known and an ancient evil so great that is being awakened. From the third to the fourth book in the series, the book is a lot more sinister as well as more serious than any of the others. Zoey seems much more mature as well as less whiny. This is probably the best book that I have read in the series since it is so fast paced. However, Zoeys friends still seems a bit shallow since they do not realize that Zoey was trying to save them from danger but instead, they thought she was hiding things from them and so, she became friendless. But at the end of the book, all the characters definitely mature a lot more with the events that are occurring. I highly recommend this book as well as this series.
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