{Nightworld No 3: LJ Smith}Nightworld No 3 by LJ Smith
Series: Nightworld
Published by Simon Pulse on April 07, 2009
Genres: Paranormal, Young Adult
Pages: 752
Format: Paperback
Source: Store Bought
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{Synopsis} – Vampires, werewolves, witches, shapeshifters – they live among us without our knowledge. Night World is their secret society, a secret society with very strict rules. And fallin in love breaks all the laws of the Night World.

The apocalypse is drawing near. But four Wild Powers can save the world from the impending doom. Circle Daybreak, an underground organization with both Night World and human members, is searching for the four who can stop the darkness.

A vampire hunter – who is half vampire – stalks her own kind to protect humans in Huntress.

In Black Dawn, Maggie stumbles upon an old Night World kingdom where the ruling vampire prince is both an enemy and an ally.

And Circle Daybreak hires Keller, a shapeshifting panther, to guard a new Wild power in Witchlight. But when Keller falls in love with the Wild Power's soulmate, her love could destroy everything..

{My thoughts} – I enjoyed reading these last few books as much as the previous six. I am sad to say that this does not wrap up the series and that there is still an unpublished book floating in limbo. In my opinion this series could end here and just let the reader’s minds decide on their own what takes place. Seeing as that has been the case simply since Witchlight has been published. I don’t see the point in waiting for the new book to come out since the date keeps changing. I cannot compare Smith to Pike based on the fact that when Pike says a new book will be released it is actually released and when looking at Smith that does not appear to be the case. I am not sure I would recommend reading the series to anyone based on the understanding that it isn’t finished and there is no telling if it will ever be completed. Don’t miss-understand me they are good books, but if you want closure – you’re not going to find it with this series.

Huntress – This book was an okay read. I almost regret picking this series up to read again. But it is pushing the storyline further. Some of the characters are nice and easy going where as others are jerks. But I suppose it is that way with every book. This book shows a lot of family drama – but honestly what family doesn’t have drama?

Black Dawn – This book had entertained me to the sense of I was wanting it to be over just so I didn’t have to pick the book back up again. This book was boring and again very difficult to read – I just couldn’t get into it and forced myself to finish it. I cannot stand when I have to do that because then I don’t really remember much about the book other then I had read it.

Witchlight – This book was nice. It moved the story line forward. I had new information. It had some nice confrontation parts and it wasn’t completely boring. Still I wasn’t completely into it either. I am not sure if I am going to read the conclusion of this series, although I know I will buy it to complete the set, I don’t know if I will read it. I don’t know if that makes sense. Anyways – if you like these books good for you – if not that’s okay to because I am on the group of do not like.

Final Conclusion: 3 Star Rating.