Phantom

Phantom

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The past is never far. . . .

Elena Gilbert and her friends saved Fell's Church from evil spirits bent on destroying it, but the town's freedom came at a price: Damon Salvatore's life.

Damon's death changes everything. He and his vampire brother, Stefan, had been locked in a vicious battle for Elena's heart. Now that he's gone, Elena and Stefan can finally be together. So why can't Elena stop dreaming of Damon?As Elena's feelings for Damon grow, a new darkness is brewing in Fell's Church. Elena has been to hell and back, but this demon is like nothing she's ever seen. Its only goal is to kill Elena and everyone she loves.

Publisher: New York : HarperCollins, c2011
Edition: 1st ed. --
ISBN: 9780062017680
0062017683
Characteristics: 408 p. --

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fionacarrington
Jun 23, 2013

I thought this was a really good book :) I can't wait to read the next one :) :) :) :)

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ABenoit
Jun 17, 2013

Love it

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nelsonphilipose
Jun 26, 2012

i am reading it right now and it seems ok can someone please tell me the ending

mbt1997123 Mar 25, 2012

i hated it

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fionashott
Feb 02, 2012

I rather enjoyed this book, it was the first vampire diaries book I had read and I would rate it a 5/5! I love how it kept on making me want to read and every part i loved. But the only part I was not that thrilled with was the ending, I would have hoped it would have been a better ending...

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h2036699x
Jan 03, 2012

Is it any good. I hope it is the other were fantastic!

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FancyFace
Dec 25, 2011

This book was one of the better ones in terms of writing still. I am getting very annoyed at Elena, make up your mind and stop stringing my Salvatore men along.

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Kyanite
Dec 13, 2011

I enjoyed the first seven "Vampire Diaries" books, particularly the "Return" series, in a guilty pleasure kind of way. "Phantom" really dissapointed me, though. It's the first of the novels (not including the horrible "Stefan's Diary" books) to be written by a ghost writer, and it shows. Neither the author nor the editor bothered to check for inconsistencies (Mrs Flowers was a child in 1943? I think not). Also, there was no real drama. The conflict seemed trivial, contrived as an excuse for everyone to gush about feelings and have a big love-in at the end. Smith was never a great writer (though her stories were entertaining), but compared to whoever wrote this, she's brilliant.

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VampGalLOL
Oct 09, 2011

Can't wait to read this book read all the others!!!!!!!!!

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