Margot (midnight_birth) wrote in margot_quotes,

Vampire Diaries: The Dark Reunion by L.J. Smith.


Title: Vampire Diaries: The Dark Reunion.
Author: L.J. Smith.
Genre: Fiction, YA, teen, fantasy, vampire fiction, romance.
Country: U.S.
Language: English.
Publication Date: 1992.
Summary: The final conflict. Elena rises from the dead to recreate the powerful vampire trio. Stefan, summoned by Elena, keeps a promise to her and fights the most terrifying evil he's ever faced. Damon joins the brother he once called enemy, Damon battles this new horror with strength, cunning, and deadly charm.

My rating: 9/10.
My Review:

♥ "Okay," Caroline said. She didn't sound as frightened as everybody else. That was the advantage to having no imagination, Bonnie thought. You couldn't picture the terrible things that were going to happen to you.

♥ "Klaus is coming back," Bonnie said quietly. She wasn't afraid of him anymore. They weren't a centuries-old hunter and a seventeen-year-old human girl, sitting here at the edge of the world. They were just two people, Damon and Bonnie, who had to do the best they could.

♥ She let her knees collapse again, dropping to the ground beside Stefan.

And this is how it ends, she thought. You kneel beside your knight and then you face the enemy.

She looked at Klaus and moved so that she was shielding Stefan. He seemed to notice her for the first time, and frowned as if he'd found a spider in his salad. Firelight flickered orange-red on his face.

"Get out of the way."


And this is how the ending starts. Like this, so simply, with one word, and you're going to die on a summer night. A summer night when the moon and stars are shining and bonfires burn like the flames the druids used to summon the dead.

"Bonnie, go," Stefan said painfully. "Get out while you can."

"No," Bonnie said. I'm sorry, Elena, she thought. I can't save him. This is all I can do.

"Get out of the way," Klaus said through his teeth.

"No." She could wait and let Stefan die this way, instead of with Klaus's teeth in his throat. It might not seem like much of a difference, but it was the most she could offer.
Tags: 1990s - fiction, 20th century - fiction, 3rd-person narrative, american - fiction, fantasy, fiction, romance, sequels, teen, vampire fiction, ya

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