Burned (House of Night #7)

Burned (House of Night #7)
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Co-Authors / Illustrators
Age Range
14+
Release Date
September 27, 2011
ISBN
9780312387969
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Y’all need to get yourselves together. Here’s a newsflash from the only High Priestess you have left at this dang school: Zoey isn’t dead. And believe me, I know dead. I’ve been there, done that and got the fricken tee-shirt.

Zoey Redbird is the youngest High Priestess in House of Night history and is the only person—vamp or fledgling—that can stop the evil Neferet from raising all kinds of immortal trouble. And she might just have a chance if she wasn’t so busy being dead.Well, dead is too strong a word. Stevie Rae knows she can bring her BFF back from her unscheduled va-cay in the Otherworld. But it’s going to take a lot more than hoping to bring Zoey back. Stevie Rae will have to give up a few secrets of her own...

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3 reviews
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3.6
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3.0(3)
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3.3(3)
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Another ride for Zoey.
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3.0
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3.0
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3.0
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3.0
So far this series hasn't let me down yet. Ofcourse this is another hit to the series and close to the best. Zoey goes through quite a ride in this book and the least has started. Kalona and Neferet are the defintion of evil, I haven't even read the next book yet in the series but I know they are not done.
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Miranda's Review?
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4.0
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3.0
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4.0
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5.0
All in all, very good read!
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It was well detailed and kept the suspense coming. A lot of things were shocking, like with Stevie Rae and Rephaim, and I can't wait to see what is to come.
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Not my Favorite
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3.7
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3.0
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3.0
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5.0
I didn't like this one. The story is starting to feel forced, as though the authors are running out of story lines. I also do not like the character splitting by chapters. I'm not a fan of Stevie Rae or Raphiem, and could honestly do without them altogether. It's almost as though some of the characters are bipolar, portrayed as sweet and nice in one chapter and then awful and angry in the next...
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