➲ Betrayed Read ➺ Author P.C. Cast – Peakpopa.info


Betrayed Also See Alternate Cover Editions For This ISBN ACEACE Zoey, High Priestess In Training, Has Managed To Settle In At The House Of Night And Come To Terms With The Vast Powers The Vampyre Goddess Nyx Has Given Her Just As She Finally Feels She Belongs, The Unthinkable Happens Human Teenagers Are Being Killed, And All Evidence Points To The House Of Night While Danger Stalks The Humans From Zoey S Old Life, She Begins To Realize That The Very Powers That Make Her So Unique Might Also Threaten Those She Loves



10 thoughts on “Betrayed

  1. says:

    Much, much and much better than Marked LOL Just kidding, only 0.5% better.So here s the deal Ohh I see betrayed Should I read it Maybe I should, what if it turns out to be better But what if it sucks Maybe I should not 10 minutes later Okay, okay I am reading this Now here s the real story Zoey thinks she s the most amazing person in this world.So wrong.Half of this book is about Zoey waiting for her freaking Superman, Eric And when he finally ar


  2. says:

    I m loving rereading the HoN I m preparing for a special 10th anniversary surprise for fans, and revisiting Zoey and the Nerd Herd is such fun And the Stevie Rae scenesob I bawled my eyes out Again I d also forgotten how funny Heath is On to CHOSEN


  3. says:

    The main character, super special, gifted, popular, admired and generally perfect, newly turned vampire Zoey, is torn between three men two boys and a man to be exact.1 Her uber cute human ex boyfriend Heath Ohmygoodness whose I quote bulge in the pants she finds herself rubbing.2 Her fellow vampire and uber handsome current boyfriend Erik Ohmydearsweetlord whom the entire school considers to be her boyfriend but she is not really sure because even thoug


  4. says:

    It s been years since I started this series, and I remember next to nothing, but I do recall something about 4 love interests You know how much I enjoy love geometry in my books.


  5. says:

    While still a somewhat enjoyable read if only because I like the idea behind the story I enjoyed the ending , the overuse of the words slut, stank slut, hag, hag bitch, skank, ho and ho bitch was a bit much It s always bothered me how casually teen girls throw around the word slut as an insult not even teen girls, adults constantly toss that word around as well It seems that if a girl isn t well liked, the automatic insult is to call them a slut and it s really


  6. says:

    Good Lord, was this terrible.It had a great concept a vampire finishing school Say it to yourself a few times Vampire Finishing School I envisioned a dark mirror of Hogwarts, something that would feed my irrational obsession with boarding schools while twisting it down new, hopefully black humor laden pathways.This was not the book I got, but I m flexible What I got was a flat, contrived exercise in demonstrating the problems of YA writing, fantasy writing, and roma


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  8. says:

    I m a little frustrated with this series It has the potential to be good, but it continually falls short The main reason is the writing It s horrible I even added a whole new shelf dedicated to the worst reads ever Like I said in my review of Marked, the authors are trying too hard to be hip and it s not being pulled off very well Plus, a thesaurus can work miracles to spruce up any writing I gave this book two stars, because the story started to get interesting However, I


  9. says:

    I really enjoy the idea of these books I CAN T STAND, however, the authors tendency to re tell the reader all of what happened in the previous books I mean, who is reading book 2 without having read the other book Do we really have to get the Cherokee translation for daughter again PLEASE stop treating us like we are total morons with the memory of a two year old The overt sexuality is a bit much for any teens that I teach, and I couldn t safely recommend this to any teens or p


  10. says:

    I liked the Twilight Saga, but I m CRAZY about The House of Night series It s also about teenage vampires, but these teenagers are smart and funny and serious for the most part, yet still very believable as teenagers I didn t really feel that way about Meyer s characters I m sure that s helped by the fact this is a mother and young adult daughter writing team who are absolutely fearless about what happens to their characters Plus it s a new and interesting twist on vampirism, which


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About the Author: P.C. Cast

PC was born in the Midwest, and grew up being shuttled back and forth between Illinois and Oklahoma, which is where she fell in love with Quarter Horses and mythology at about the same time After high school, she joined the United States Air Force and began public speaking and writing After her tour in the USAF, she taught high school for 15 years before retiring to write full time PC is a 1