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The Fury (Vampire Diaries, Bk 3)
The Fury - Vampire Diaries, Bk 3
Author: L. J. Smith
Elena, believing she was helping her boyfriend, Stefan, is tricked by his brother Damon into exchanging blood with him - not realizing that this will transform her into a vampire too. Now crazed with her own wild craving for blood, it is up to Stephan to save her.
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ISBN-13: 9780061060991
ISBN-10: 0061060992
Publication Date: 11/1991
Pages: 309
Reading Level: Young Adult
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.

3.9 stars, based on 50 ratings
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Book Type: Paperback
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Starrswife avatar reviewed The Fury (Vampire Diaries, Bk 3) on + 7 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 3
I was not able to find parts One or Two, but Part Three of The Vampire Diaries (a trilogy) was enough to get my interest up. I nice book, good for teenagers and those interested in the Goth aspect. The book is a bit creepy, without giving me nightmares and had good characters.
LadyVampire avatar reviewed The Fury (Vampire Diaries, Bk 3) on + 87 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
This is part 3 of the Vampire Diaries by L J Smith. Its a great book with a wonderful story, strong charcters and of course the paranormal element we all love. On the back of the book:
STEFAN: tormented after losing Elena, he's determined to end the feud with his brother Damon whatever the cost. DAMON: Mocking Stefana nd Elena he laughs in the face of doom. ELENA: Wild with her craving for blood she confronts the ultimate evil.
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kitchenvampire avatar reviewed The Fury (Vampire Diaries, Bk 3) on + 70 more book reviews
Fairly good books, especially for a young adult novel. Could be appealing to adults. While they aren't as expansive as the Twilight saga, it should be noted that they were written a decade before and that the stories are more dark in nature (death of teenage girls, ghosts, stormy nights, etc..)
after9pmreader avatar reviewed The Fury (Vampire Diaries, Bk 3) on + 59 more book reviews
Again I will say for those of you who need a quick fix between Thursdays from the TV show then the books are a quick way to do it. It is a quick read. You get the romance tension you want without the language.

However I still think she needs to be with Damon. Stephen is too weak for her. She is a fighter.

Now...I hate the ending...but that is because I want her to be with Damon...and for those of you who read this..you will know what I mean.
reviewed The Fury (Vampire Diaries, Bk 3) on + 73 more book reviews
I am a fan of the CW show, so I decided to check out the Vampire Diaries books. The books are quite different from the show. I believe the TV show took the basic concept and characters from the books and ran with the idea allowing for many creative changes. It makes sense, because there is not enough material in the books to fill up a weekly TV show and keep it interesting. So if you are hoping the two are going to be the same or similar, youll be disappointed. However, if you can clear the TV show from your mind -- the Vampire Diaries are a great read!

The Fury" is the final book of the triliogy and my favorite in the set. The characters are strong, the love triangle intensifies and there's plenty of action - right to the bitter end.

It is best if you can read the 1st three books, The Awakening, The Struggle and The Fury one right after the other. It is actually one big story split into the 3 books. They do not sit well alone.