Sunday, June 30, 2013

Book #44: Unseen

Title: Unseen (The eleventh book in the overall Vampire Diaries series, first in the Vampire Diaries: The Salvation trilogy)

Author: "Created by L.J. Smith, written by Aubrey Clark"

Date started reading: June 30, 2013
Date finished reading:  July 3, 2013

Publish date: May 2013
ISBN: 978-1477809679
Number of pages: 306

Official summary: "The greatest threats are the ones unseen... For what seems like the first time, Elena and her friends are happy. Elena and Stefan have built a home for themselves in Dalcrest, and all of Elena’s friends are as in love as she and Stefan are. Even Damon is enjoying visiting his favorite old haunts in Europe, and is more surprised than anyone that he’s traveling with Katherine. But lately, Elena’s Guardian senses are on edge, and she can’t ignore the feeling that danger is coming. When a new threat arrives in Dalcrest, Elena’s worst fears become a reality. Soon, she and Stefan are battling a vicious Old One who is always just out of their reach. And when Damon and Katherine are confronted with a strange and mysterious enemy, Elena worries the attacks are linked. As dark forces close in, Elena, Stefan, and Damon struggle to survive the only way they know how — together. But their lives are hanging in the balance, and every moment they share could be their last..."

How I obtained the book: Paid $9.98 through Amazon using a gift card I basically got free from

My commentary:
  • I am ticked off that I didn't hear about this book before it was released. I'm shocked that I didn't hear about it earlier, but I guess it's a different publisher. I looked up the publisher's name, and it appears to be owned by Amazon, so you can only get it on Amazon. I couldn't understand why I didn't see it on or on any other website. I spend tons of time looking at books on Amazon, and it finally showed up in the "people who bought this, also purchased these" section.

Memorable quotes: --

Buy on The Vampire Diaries: The Salvation: Unseen

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