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This is the one TV series probably ever that is better than its …more I'm sorry to say this as I am an avid book lover, but honestly, don't read the books. This is the one TV series probably ever that is better than its corresponding book series. See all 3 questions about The Struggle…. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. This second book of the Vampire Diaries series picks up exactly where the first book ended. Stefan is missing, and Elena confronts Damon by her choosing.
We see a lot more of Damon in this books and he gets close to classmates and family members, drawing ever closer to her. Bonnie's abilities get showcased more in this book as well.
This story also focuses more on Elena's missing diary. The pace of this book seemed a bit faster to me, which I liked. The story was more from Elena's perspective this time, with less Stefan. It has a cliffhanger ending that has me determined to get my hands on the third book and find out what happened and will happen.
This story was an easy read. View 1 comment. Aug 26, Michelle rated it it was ok Shelves: Like many people, I read this because I loved the TV show. To anybody else who has this idea, I say this: Even if you love the characters. The TV show has created lovely characters and the book just doesn't have them. This second book was better than the first. Had to be, since pretty much nothing happened in the first. Of course, the main character still carries a sense of petulance with her like a shadow, for no good reason.
Damon is un-redeemably evil and unlikable, view spoiler [ and so I was truly disappointed at the end when the author chose to make Elena a vampire that was fine and then make her magically fall in love with Damon instead, and also become more vague and bubbleheaded than she already was. If this author was more talented, she could have slowly brought the reader and Elena around to liking Damon more, and then created a legitimate love triangle.
Instead she was like, "ooh, it would be cool if she loved Damon for a while. I will just magically make that happen with no explanation and neither character's personality will get in the way. It's just, after a certain point, if you create a world and then ignore its principles, it ceases to be relevant. I wish the producers of the TV show would re-write the original books. View all 4 comments. Better than the first book So it's obviously a bit better since pretty much nothing happened in the 1st book lol.
But still overrated and the characters are still shallow and unlikable. I didn't think it was possible to dislike every single character in a book View all 6 comments. I did a book report on this volume in 7th grade. I made a movie poster on fluorescent orange poster board. My cast was horrible, because I was limited to cutting pictures out of magazines.
Anyway, it's a super ugly poster I still have it , but I got an I did a book report on this volume in 7th grade. Anyway, it's a super ugly poster I still have it , but I got an A, and its ugliness in no way reflects my love for the book. This series is SO atmospheric. I love all the details about the town. And Damon. I love Damon. The scene with him on the rooftop is one of my favorites in the series. Despite Elena's flaws, I actually find her a pretty realistic character.
Meredith wasn't as bitchy in this book, and Bonnie is a little more assertive than in The Awakening. I may be in the minority liking the books more than the show.
I'm a rebel! View all 22 comments. I want my YA goggles back! Iwant my YA heroines to be strong and independent. I want my heroes not to be creepy. Why on earth has this story come to revolve around a murderous set I really don't like the heroine here.
But to be fair, I really don't like the "heroes" either. Damon is creepy. Elena is a self centered spoiled princess. Who could blame Caroline for feeling threatend by I want my YA goggles back! Who could blame Caroline for feeling threatend by her? And yes, Caroline! I should have listened to that internal alarm bell that went off in my head the moment I I closed the first book.
My eyes could not stop rolling; I just hope that my eye balls do not get stuck in said position. Apr 16, Kim M rated it liked it Shelves: This is a HUGE improvement to the first book. Stuff actually happens! The Struggle picks up right where The Awakening leaves off—with Elena storming into the graveyard and yelling for Damon.
What she thinks she—a normal human with no particular strengths or powers—will do against a year-old vampire who has been hunting and preying on humans for centuries is beyond me, but hey, at least she's doing something, I guess! I'm still not into Elena and Stefan's relationship. It wasn't built up well and now it's just there. The whole relationship is very telly and hardly shown. Nothing has happened to really make me feel what they supposedly feel, so I just don't care. Stefan could drop dead and I wouldn't bat an eye.
Damon, on the other hand, is actually interesting. He's unpredictable. He may do some good things, but he's still definitely evil. There's a lot of potential there for a sexy doomed attraction between him and Elena, but so far I don't think it has been well executed, unfortunately.
Once again, Elena's feelings are just explicitly stated rather than shown through scene. It's weird because I thought that the mutual attraction in Smith's The Forbidden Game series was actually shown well, so I don't know what's going on here This book definitely kept me turning pages, though. The diary taunts were great and I was always excited when Damon showed up. I liked aspects of the ending, but I also think it had a lot of problems: I liked how this played out, except that 1 I really hate it in books when people make public spectacles of themselves and 2 the main character squad actually doesn't achieve anything because Damon just saves the day.
Also, following this "climactic" scene, Elena gets into a car accident that, to me, feels a little random because it just happens out of the blue without a lot of buildup. I mean, Bonnie did have a couple random visions foreshadowing that something like that would happen, but it was really vague. Vague buildup like that could be okay, but given that this is happening in the final moments of the book, I think that it would've been better if it were less random.
The Struggle- The Vampire Diaries 2 I enjoyed this book, Elena was much more fun to read about this time, as opposed to the first book where she was quite stuck-up. I still don't really feel connected to either Stefan or Damon in this series so far unfortunately, but I do enjoy Meredith and Bonnie, they're a great support system for Elena. The love aspect between Stefan and Elena is staged to be so powerful and 'end all' by the author, but I feel as if they don't even really talk much at all thro The Struggle- The Vampire Diaries 2 I enjoyed this book, Elena was much more fun to read about this time, as opposed to the first book where she was quite stuck-up.
The love aspect between Stefan and Elena is staged to be so powerful and 'end all' by the author, but I feel as if they don't even really talk much at all throughout this book, and it's kind-of weird how 'inlove' they are supposed to be when they lack communication and trust. I did enjoy this book though, even more so than the first. I'm just glad they're short otherwise I probably wouldn't have bothered with them to be honest.
He's a sweet cinnamon roll too pure for this world. View all 3 comments. Aug 01, Jessica rated it it was amazing Shelves: By the time I got to the second book I was really hooked, like I've said in my previous review of book 1 it's very different to the tv series but that doesn't really effect anything now that I'm used to this 'version'.
Again this isn't the longest of books but there's still quite a lot of stuff packed into the chapters.
I thought the ending was really For those of you who haven't read the book: A pack of wolves just completely accepting a DOG as their new alpha male without so much as a fight?
Also, someone pregnant with werewolf babies is now going to be a werewolf for the rest of their life? But don't the babies produced have to kill to trigger the werewolf gene? Anyway, all in all, I'm glad this pile of shit trilogy is over and if I talk myself into downloading the next book when it comes out somewhere along the line out of some OCD annoyance at not having read 'the full thing' or something then you may punch me repeatedly in the face.
View all 19 comments. Sep 29, Julie rated it it was amazing. I personally think Damon should get with Bonnie, and I think Matt needs a girl. I know this book will be 5 stars, I can't wait!
View all 3 comments. Apr 10, Jenn rated it it was amazing Shelves: This is what I think will happen: Elena will turn into a vampire again and stay with Stefan and Bonnie is going to end up with Damon Yuck.
How do I want it to happen? Stefan will somehow trade with Damon and he will become human while Damon is transformed back into a vampire. Bonnie will end up with Matt and Elena and Damon will finally be free to love eachother! But it wont happen that way, L. GAH I don't want they to be together! I can't wait for the next book to come out!
I still want Elena to be with Damon and now they have more of a chance! She is such a 'oh i'm helpless and always sweet and forgiving.. I bawled at the end and kept saying 'Damon Damon Damon' Over and over.
Bonnie, well, she just needs to die. She never will be good enough for Damon. The whole book I was either really pissed at L. It was always up and down, up and down. Elena bonnie, Elena Bonnie. I can tell you right now I will be thinking about this book non stop for about a week. I really don't think I can wait for the next one to be published.
How could she do this to me!!! View all 7 comments. Jul 28, Jasmine rated it liked it Shelves: I really, really, really, really, really can't wait for this book to come out.
Midnight's release date has been changed at least 6 times and I just want to read it. I hope Elena's going to end up with Damon.
She really does belong with Damon and not Stefan. If Damon doesn't change back into a vampire and Elena chooses Stefan in the end, I swear I'll cry harder than I've ever cried in my life. Mar 22, Christine rated it did not like it Shelves: I waited for this book for a year, and it left me more than dissapointed. The book before this one was one of the best, so I don't know how LJ Smith could go wrong with this one.
I just have oh so many problems with this book. Let's start with the first: Elena has been with Stefan, who loves her for everything she is, since the first book.
But in this book, she has become more like Katherine than herself. Yes, Damon is witty, and he is the bad boy wh I waited for this book for a year, and it left me more than dissapointed. Yes, Damon is witty, and he is the bad boy who is reformed for only her, but that's about as far as it goes.
I would see him as more of an ally than a love interest. Stefan's world IS Elena, and they can even link souls. I don't see where the confusion is?? Earlier in the series, when Elena was whisked away to Heaven or wherever she may have been , Stefan was on his knees screaming for her. It's the one scene I'll never forget. Damon surely was not doing that. So please explain to me this hang up!!?? Also, in the last two books, Damon makes two references to Elena being a virgin, which, you know he can't wait to change.
At the end of this book Elena says Stefan will love her 'chastely'. This bothered me, because both she and Stefan alluded to wanting to be physical together in this book, but Elena told Stefan she was scared, therefore, he chose to wait for her to be ready. Again, why the sudden allegiance to Damon?
In this book, Damon is dying, and Elena is kissing him in front of Stefan. I just think that's tacky. The book ends with Stefan thinking Elena loves Damon and not him. Can we say heartbreaking!? There is supposed to be another Trilogy coming, but LJ Smith is not supposed to be writing it. Maybe that's a good thing, because I'm about done with her.
Here's my second problem with the book: The TV Series. Here's my problem. The characters in the books and in the series are two different sets of people. Damon is mostly the same. In the book series, Alaric is a college student. Bonnie is a white with red hair. Caroline is white with red hair and also a wolf, not a vampire.
Stefan and Elena are not as strong willed as their counterparts on the TV Show. And I can't imagine the Stefan from the TV show saying some of the things the Stefan in the book says lovely love. While Stefan and Elena definitely have their strong moments in the book, they aren't as much as on the TV Show.
Those are my gripes with this book. It makes me downright angry that I waited a year for this dissapointment. View all 5 comments. So basically if you're too lazy to read this longggg letter, let me sum it up for you: Smith has been "fired" from writing her own books because the owners wanted Stelena, but she wanted Delena. I completely understand why some fans get overeager—and especially if they think there is bad news for them.
I hope that http: I hope that you will enjoy Midnight, as it is truly the story of Damon finding his deepest feelings for both Elena and Bonnie—and his feelings are definitely not platonic. In fact, to be blunt, without Bonnie and something that Bonnie does at the end, Damon would be permanently dead. But right now I have to tell you something that makes me so sad and devastated—as bad, in fact, as I have ever felt except for when my mother died.
Midnight is the last L. Smith book in the Vampire Diaries series. It probably sounds completely impossible to say that I am fired from writing my own books. And they are a book packager. A book packager sells books, already made with covers and all, to publishers, like HarperCollins—my publisher for The Vampire Diaries and The Secret Circle. You might wonder why the book packager and Harper would do this to me. I am not sure either, but usually a book packager gets very submissive, non-assertive writers to write for them—not to mention that most of them, writers or ghostwriters, have had a lot of publishers turn their books down.
In Midnight, I had to fight to keep many Bonnie scenes in the book. They want strictly Stelena books. Instead, I was given a letter addressed to the ghostwriter by name, telling her to completely rewrite my book. The simply took the series and gave it to the ghostwriter.
They have always tried to minimize my participation in The Vampire Diaries. On the very first original books in my name was almost invisible on the cover. And now they have my manuscript of Phantom, and the book the ghostwriter writes from it may even sound like I wrote it in places, because they have the right to use my work as they see fit.
But the book after that … that will be pure ghostwriter. I had so many plans for Bonnie in The Hunters trilogy. I also wanted to show how Damon rescues Bonnie from a vicious wolf-pack attack, and then let her fly away with him.
They would undoubtedly have tried to make me cut it. But I still want to write it, so badly. Sorry for the long rant, but the charade is over for me.
But I dread it, and even more do I dread what the next books will be like. And I have no one but myself to blame for not being submissive enough. Lisa L. View 1 comment. Aug 03, Hannah-Linn rated it really liked it Shelves: So it took me a few days to get back into these books. I always loved these. I love the concept. So this book was supposed to be the last of the series also, but from the ;ast chapter, you would think there was going to be another book.
I'm not wanting to give anything away right now, but it that was how these books were supposed to end i was a little bit dissapointed, because something BIG happens. Also, for some reason i just love reading about lady ulmas estate. It's so FUN so read about how lush and perfect everything is there. Also, love the idea of damon and bonnie as a couple. D good book. Sep 18, Bianca rated it did not like it. I have been disappointed with The Return trilogy as a whole, but this particular book was just infuriating.
The ending was so irritating I almost threw the book. The whole Meredith side plot was not needed and seemed to be there only to add length to the book. The same thing with Elena and Bonnie's out of body experience. As the story wrapped up, everything came too easy. If they needed something, they found I have read all of the Vampire Diaries books, as well as many of LJ Smith's other books. If they needed something, they found it in Mrs. Flowers's house without even having to search for it a kiln in the backyard?
Elena's wings "happened" to work at just the right time. Whoever edited this book should be fired. It read like a first draft from an inexperienced writer. There were several grammatical errors that any good editor would have caught. Yes, there are always a few in a book, but there were more than a few in Midnight. The overuse of exclamation points made the already unbelievable story seem melodramatic. Like all of the Return trilogy, this book continued to undermine the vampire lore that LJ Smith spent so much time creating in the first few books.
How can Damon as a human be able to tell by Elena's tears she was still a maiden? Plus, in the first several books, it said that sharing blood was as far as a vampire could go, so if Elena was loyal to Stefan, she still had to be a maiden.
The characters transformed from wonderful, well-written, believable characters, into flat, boring, one-dimensional stereotypes. Elena came off as flighty, selfish, and stupid, a far cry from the original Elena Gilbert. She seemed more like Katherine than Elena.
I have read and read and read the previous books in the series, but I doubt I'll ever pick up Midnight again. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
To view it, click here. It starts from three days after dark dimensions kicked off with damon as human as ever although he still has his telepathic powers. Elena brings him human foods which leads to a confrontion before the fourth chapter! Damon, damon tut tut! Little "redbird" Bonnie walks in on them holding each other and elena calls damon darling which bonnie reacts to and runs down to matt and meredith who are in the kitchen.
A nice and easy start to the book and gets you into the vampire diaries mode before anything too bad happens: After the sorting out of that little mistake, the gang matt, meredith, stefan, elena, mrs flowers and yes, damon discuss the situation of Fells Church. Meredith is a vampire-hunter who hunts demons such as vampires. It has been in her family for generations and she has only recently took up her family legacy.
She also is part-vampire long story involving Klaus attacking her and she has a full vampire twin brother called Cristan.
Elena is the murderer as she destroys an entire moon small planet in a part of the dark dimensions called the Nether Worlds where they travel to find the source of the worlds biggest star ball which belonngs to whatever is controling fells church.
Damon dies after being attacked by a giant tree and after a long, sad, loving goodbye, he passes away in Elenas protective eyes. Damon wakes up in the last two pages, indicating another trilogy!
Dec 23, Me, Myself, and I marked it as to-read Shelves: Oh my gosh, i can't wait to read this book!! Every since I started reading the books, I've always been Team Stefan phh Edward, you've got nothing on him Whenever I finished reading other book and the couple I wanted to end up together didn't exactly live happily ever after I'd always think, "Uh. That sucks. At least I can count on L. J Smith making Elena and Stefan end up together. Hello March 15th- Welcome to my calender: Jul 10, Ebbyann rated it it was amazing.
Cannot wait for this book! My heart will be broken beyond pieces if Damon and Bonnie end up together, I don't even care if Bonnie and Matt do! J Smith is reading this please don't!! I love all the book you've made especially The Forbidden Game. I except a dramatic but heart warming ending for everyone.. S- Is the sister of one of the foxes? Dec 09, Elesha O.
I do not like the vampire diaries book series simple Jun 20, Pippa is currently reading it. This book was so good. I know there are more books but those were written by some ghost author. The secrets revealed in this book were definitely unbelievable. I liked the twists and the way how the story moved.
Stefan volunteers to save Meredith and Matt while Damon cares for Bonnie. Damon rescues Bonnie by partially undressing her, floating her in a bath of warm water, and then feeding her his blood. Finding that he did not do so, she and the others relent. Bonnie, however, wakes up and accuses Damon of watching while the trees attempted to kill them all. Damon then discovers the presence of another person, Shinichi, who seems to have supernatural powers.
The next morning, Elena wakes up able to speak. She and Stefan engage in kissing and possibly sexual intercourse. Then Stefan downloads her a Jaguar. She and Stefan then go for a celebration picnic with Bonnie, Meredith, and Matt. During the picnic, Matt tells them that the fifteen-year-old Tami Bryce kissed him and rubbed up against him, and that he cannot understand why.
Elena tells the others that she saw a tentacled monster inside Damon the day before. She says that when Damon ignored Bonnie, he was being influenced by a supernatural evil termed a malach. Meanwhile, Shinichi, now identified as a kitsune, and Damon are watching unseen. Shinichi puts Damon in a trance and encourages the malach inside Damon to grow larger and stronger.
Damon tells Stefan that there is a website referring to an organization, the Shi no Shi, that can turn vampires to humans. Stefan is suspicious but agrees to visit Damon in the woods at a particular time to learn more about it.
He leaves a note on the computer for Elena and sneaks off while she sleeps. Damon changes the note to read that Stefan has decided to leave Elena for her own good. Elena wakes and believes that she has been abandoned by Stefan. She decides to find Stefan with the help of her friends.
Meanwhile, Matt is attacked by malachs on the way back from the boarding house. The next day, Matt returns to the boarding house, where Mrs. Matt has two unexplained punctures on his neck, which everyone dismisses. The sheriff calls the boarding house to warn Matt that he is a suspect for the removal of stop signs from intersections.
Matt denies the charge. Meredith and Bonnie set out to visit Caroline to see if she is malach-infested. The possessed Caroline, or some other force, grabs their ankles. Bonnie calls Damon to help. Damon arrives, frees Bonnie and Meredith, kisses Bonnie, and leaves.
Matt and Elena visit Tami, who has super-glued a homemade stripper outfit onto herself. She makes sexual overtures to Matt, who is horrified. Matt and Elena then head toward the Old Wood for further investigations, while Bonnie and Meredith head to the house of a friend Isobel Saitou. Isobel has mutilated herself, and Dr. Alpert thinks she should go to the hospital.
All set out, but Meredith and Bonnie leave to find Mrs. In the Old Wood, Matt and Elena encounter Damon, who orders them to kiss and then have sex while he films them with a video camera. Elena at first tries to cooperate, but Matt objects and is tortured by Damon. Elena decides that Damon is not acting like himself.
She attempts to rescue Matt by persuading Damon to drive away. However, she leaps out of the speeding car, hoping to make her way on foot to a nearby house. She is badly injured by her jump, however, and she cannot find the house because she is caught in a snowglobe trap designed by Shinichi. Damon suddenly comes to himself with vague memories of hurting Elena. He finds Shinichi and threatens to torture him.
Damon creates a door to whatever room he finds necessary to heal Elena. The kitsunes are the ones behind the malach, the ambulatory trees, and the sexually precocious and self-mutilating girls. Damon also drinks Elena's blood and realizes that it has amazing powers, including the power to restore a vampire's sexual potency.
When Damon chases her to this place, Elena finds within herself a power she identifies as Wings of Redemption. Rainbow-colored wings open on her back and enfold her and Damon, who screams as he is redeemed from all his sins.