I have been reading the Vampire Diaries books, well the first four anyway, since they came out in 1991 and have loved them. Even as an adult I still go back and visit Elena, Stefan, Damon, Meredith and Bonnie once in a while. I have wore out more than fifteen copies of each of the four original books. When I hear that the Vampire Diaries was being made into a TV series I was so excited until I saw the cast.
It’s important when reading this book to keep one hand turning the pages, and the other on your smartphone, because you will want to look up all these artists on Spotify and crank the volume.
Merry won. She is pregnant with twins (possibly triplets) before her cousin Cel. Faerie crowned her Queen not just Queen Andias.
Dark Constellations skillfully marries cyberpunk themes and classic magical realist style in a seamless, natural flow.
A weird novel about fandom, covers both the events of an alternate universe and the irrational obsession and where fans turn when everything else in life seems uncertain.
As we see Merry’s heart break because though Frost is not dead, he rose as a stag and ran off. So Merry still effectively lost Frost. Plus she was just raped by her uncle, The Seelie King of Light and Illusion, King Taranis. The good news is she is pregnant before her cousin Cel.
The creepiness imparted by these stories will leave readers minds thinking about Carver Street long after they’ve come to the end of the book.