• Jessie Wolf

Night World vol. 2 (#4-6) by L. J. Smith

Updated: Jul 21, 2020

Dark Angel: This story is very cleverly written, you can feel yourself going through the same thought processes as Gillian, realising that something is not quite right about Angel around the same time that she did. It's a good coming-of-age story regarding witches and love, without seeming too childish or unbelievable. The Chosen: This story was much more thrilling than the first in the book. The action in the story was much faster paced and much chillier than the first one. The back story of Rashel the Cat was very well written and developed. There were plenty of surprises and new developments right up to the last few chapters. Excellent story, if a bit mushy with all the soulmate stuff. Soulmate: This is definitely my favourite story in the book, it is so very well written and you can't help but feel a part of Hannah and Thierry's lives. It's strange to think about people being Old Souls but it's developed extremely well so it seems possible. It's a very touching story, and remarkably romantic. I didn't think I would enjoy Night World very much because I've never really been one for vampires and werewolves and such, especially not when it concerns teenagers. However each story was very well written and entertaining. They were all different even though they talk about some similar concepts which meant there was also good linking between the stories. I think the length of each one was perfect, I think if you tried to expand any of them they would lose part of their charm. I actually really enjoyed Night World, would definitely recommend.

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