Betrayed All any of us could talk about was Chris s disappearance and how bizarre it was that he had last been seen so close to the House of Night I didn t want to believe it But everything inside me said that

  • Title: Betrayed
  • Author: P.C. Cast Kristin Cast
  • ISBN: 9781905654321
  • Page: 475
  • Format: Paperback
  • All any of us could talk about was Chris s disappearance and how bizarre it was that he had last been seen so close to the House of Night I didn t want to believe it But everything inside me said that the kid would be found, but he d be found deadThings seem to be going pretty well for Zoey Redbird She s settled in at the House of Night finishing school and is comingAll any of us could talk about was Chris s disappearance and how bizarre it was that he had last been seen so close to the House of Night I didn t want to believe it But everything inside me said that the kid would be found, but he d be found deadThings seem to be going pretty well for Zoey Redbird She s settled in at the House of Night finishing school and is coming to terms with her incredible new powers It all seems too good to be true And guess what Someone has begun murdering human teenagers, and all evidence points to the vampyres at Zoey s school Which means her first assignment as the leader of the Dark Daughters is finding out which one of her classmates or gulp teachers is a killer.Sigh And she thought her boyfriends yes plural were going to be her biggest problem this year

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    1. P.C. Cast Kristin 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 New York Times and 1 USA Today Best Selling author and a member of the Oklahoma Writers Hall of Fame Her novels have been awarded the prestigious Oklahoma Book Award, YALSA Quick Pick for Reluctant Readers, Romantic Times Reviewers Choice Award, the Prism, Holt Medallion, Daphne du Maurier, Booksellers Best, and the Laurel Wreath PC is an experienced teacher and talented speaker Ms Cast lives in Oregon near her fabulous daughter, her adorable pack of dogs, her crazy Maine Coon, and a bunch of horses House of Night Other World, book 1, LOVED, releases July 11th SUN WARRIOR, book 2 in the Tales of a New World series releases October 17th.

    315 thoughts on “Betrayed”

    1. 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 arrives, he does N-O-T-H-I-N-G except [...]

    2. 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 sceneb! I bawled my eyes out. Again. I'd also forgotten how funny Heath is! On to CHOSEN!

    3. 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 though they’ve dated a few t [...]

    4. 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 aggravating. I mea [...]

    5. 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 romance writing.Zoey never [...]

    6. Actual rating: 1.5 starsAfter I finished this book story piece of poo thingy, I took a step back and thought about all the things it could have been.And let me tell you, it could have been a good book. It could have been a story about a strong, independent heroine who suddenly became a vampire, who had to adapt to her new life and let go of her prejustice towards vampires. It could have been a story about a vampire politican who fights for rights of vampires (this may or may not be a character f [...]

    7. Ήμουν αποφασισμένη να του βάλω άσο, καθώς βρίσκω την ηρωίδα εκνευριστική, ανώριμη και λυσσάρα. Μέχρι την μέση το βιβλίο δεν μου άρεσε, το συνέχιζα μόνο και μόνο επειδή είναι μικρό κ ήταν κρίμα να το αφήσω για 150 σελίδες, που μου είχαν μείνει. Εκεί λοιπόν, 150 σελίδες πριν το τέλο [...]

    8. 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 more interesting. However, I'm not [...]

    9. 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 pre-teens tha [...]

    10. 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 I always [...]

    11. To see the full drinking game click hereI think my local library hates me. There are some books I've been waiting for months to get my hands on and then there's others like P.C. and Kristin Cast's Betrayed that come into my box almost instantaneously-oh, the humanity.The good thing though is that I'm on Spring Break and had nothing to do this weekend other than babysit my father (long story short he decided to climb up a tree to rescued his crashed RC airplane and ended up breaking his foot). Wh [...]

    12. This book decided me against reading any more by these authors, even though I have the third book waiting. It is all just too painful and, I know this will sound ridiculous, unbelievable (Zoey had only been marked as a vampire fledgling one month earlier!).I just can't be bothered with the purile writing style, pathetic 'slut/ho/gay' references, allusions to current celebrities, double standards, etc. Eg. 3 boys on the go at once and she can't decide on one but she thinks nearly every other girl [...]

    13. I am sure some of you are wondering: "Melina, why the hell did you read this book when you hated the first one?" The answer is that I have a crippling disability that forces me to finish a series once I've started it. Plus, since I am listening to the audiobook (because reading it is just too painful), the pain is lessenedightly.For me House of Night is the ultimate example of how a decent story can be ruined by a bad cast of characters. Zoe and her group are straight up hag-bitches-from-hell, t [...]

    14. Re-read: 9/5/2015 Ahhh so many memories flooded back when re-reading this book!I'm really getting back into the series.My aim for this year is to finish it finally.I remember being so obsessed years ago.This book has loss and betrayal involved.Zoe does annoy me with her constant hoe-ness.She needs to just pick a guy and stay with them!!This series is very hit and miss with a lot of people.Personally I love it as it's fun, the characters are awesome and it's oddly addictive.Can't wait to re-read [...]

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      rowansravingreviews.wordpressGo check out my Betrayed review!

    16. I had read the first book in the House of Night and didn't actually feel inclined to read any of the others. But I got a good deal on a set of 5 and thought I'd give it another chance.This book had less about the mythology of "vampyres" than the first one. Honestly, without the occasional mention of drinking blood, I would have assumed it was a book about witches. There was a lot of talk about rituals, elements, and the Daughters of Darkness or whatever they were called. Still, Zoey talked on an [...]

    17. This second book of the House of Night series gets deeper into the creepy potential set up by the first book. Zoey Redbird, vampire fledgling, has unusual abilities for a fledgling, and her powers (and her attraction to the opposite sex) seem to be growing in this book.Zoey has taken over as the head of the Daughters of Darkness, and wants to make it into something akin to a service club like you find at other schools. She researches ways to change the rituals into something positive and inclusi [...]

    18. This one started off slow, but after about fifty pages, I was captivated. I believe the reason the beginning was slow was because it basically just went over everything that happened it the last book. However, once the story got going, I couldn't put the book down. It's a really emotional book, and deals with a wide range of themes including death, and as the title suggests, betrayal. The loyalty among Zoey's group never falters though, and it really strengthens the book. I thought this one was [...]

    19. this book is where it all starts to go wrong for this seriesd btw does zoey seem like the sluty virgin or is that just me?

    20. I truly wish that I had something better to say about this book or the series for that matter. I am currently reading the third book because I really am interested as to where this series is going. I have a couple of things that really make me mad:Brown pop is the first. The term "brown pop" is used several times. Every time I see "brown pop" I think, brown poop. It's childish, I know; however, that is exactly what I first think every time the main character wants a drink. Perhaps its a issue wi [...]

    21. This one picks up not far where Marked left off. Zoey is now in charge of the Daughters of Darkness. Aphrodite is now old news and her 'evil' ways are done. Even Neferet has said that the Goddess has taken away Aphrodite's gift of seeing the future or has she? Human Teenagers that Zoey used to know are dying and Aphrodite has a vision that ends up saving Zoey's grandmama. So if Aphrodite still has her gift why would Neferet lie? What's really going on in the House of Night? Who can Zoey trust? N [...]

    22. *****You can read the full review at Darling & Co.*****The exciting sequel to Marked! This one is exciting for a few reasons. There's a lot of action, it gets extremely steamy, and it delves a little more into the vampyre world and learn so much more stuff. In this book, the series really starts moving and setting everything up for later books. Also, in this book, a few of the things I know happened from my first time reading happened, so it's nice getting some clarity on my vague memories. [...]

    23. Still trying to figure out what's so good about a girl who can't say 'shit' but can call someone Slut and hag with the blink of an eye, for having sex with her own boy friend (or ex-boyfriend). And yet she is dating 2 boys at the same time, and having sex with the one that is not her boyfriend. Also The writing is pitiful.

    24. "You deserve to be shown respect," Damien said in his school-teacher voice. "You're the only third former ever to have been made leader of the Dark Daughters and the only fledgling or vampyre in history who has shown an affinity for all five of the elements.""Face it, Z," Shaunee said around a bite of salad while she gestured at me with her fork."You're special." Erin finished for her (as usual).I am going to go ahead and admit something right now: I didn't go into Betrayed with high expectation [...]

    25. I am totally ashamed of myself. When I started reading this book, I swore it was a book that couldn’t pique my fancy. I was overly bored and couldn’t flip anymore pages. I thought the writing was for too-young adults. I thought I would be generous and give it two stars. But dang, I am eating what I said. Betrayed (House of Night #2) by P.C and Kristin Cast started out slow, but, somewhere in the middle, I began liking the book. I can’t point to the exact page, but somewhere, things were be [...]

    26. I wanted to enjoy this book, because it was obviously a lot better than the first one, but heavy foreshadowing constantly ruined my reading experience. It made the characters seem extremely stupid - half the time I was like, the author's cramming information and hints down your throats and you're still completely clueless? Jeez. Also, if I recall correctly, Zoey used to call Aphrodite & CO sluts in the first novel. In this book, Zoey is involved with no less than THREE guys. At once. Talk ab [...]

    27. Uvažovala jsem o jedné hvězdičce, ale je fakt, že tahle kniha měla o něco propracovanější příběh než první díltakže by bylo nespravedlivé hodnotit jí hůř.V téhle knížce ubyla spousta těch legračních na hlavu padlých situací a frází, které mě v prvním díle docela bavily. Co ale zůstalo, je autorčina snaha označovat víru v Boha za nebezpečnou úchylku. To je docela legrační, když uvážíme, že její hrdinové uctívají feministickou bohyni (ano, autork [...]

    28. "I wanted Heath. I needed Erik. I was intrigued by Loren. I had no damn idea what I was going to do about the mess that my life had become"That pretty much sums up the book! I went into this knowing what to expect after reading the first book, so I overlooked the ignorant 'teen' dialogue and the fact that Zoey is apparently the greatest thing to walk the earth. Overlooking these truly helped me focus on the plot. There are a lot of negative things I could say. Like Zoey being 'sexually liberated [...]

    29. Wow Great second edition to the House of Night seriesI liked the first book but this book was even better in my opinion. Mostly because your already settled with the characters and new locations so you get into it more.Events in Betrayed continue from about month after the events in Marked (the first book in this series) finished.The book is narrated in first person by sixteen-year old Zoey a fledgling vampyre who has been gifted with unusual powers by the vampyre goddess Nyx. Betrayed sees a mo [...]

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