Tuesday, April 24, 2012
Review of Vampire Diaries : The Awakening and The struggle
I did however feel that L.J. Smith could have gone more into detail on the characters, i feel that they are soem what under developped i would have loved to read more about stevan's personality and more depth as well ass the yummie Damon, i feel like i been cheated by not having enought of thier personalities.
Elena starts off as a very spoiled selfish teenager, who is use to being center of attention, i wasn't to found of her at the beginning, but as it goes start to see abit more of how strong she is as a person, picking love above other petty things such as pupulitity and so on.
i have to say i couldn't put the book down, and i am very pleased i did start to read the books, because it hooked me i hope to see more of the characters depth and emotion.
I found setfan to be the tourmented soul, yet a senstive soul who wnats conacetion and a place to belong, he does not like what he is and trys to fight is nature.
Damon the dangoures bad boy, that has a good girls toes curling in excetment ! i just coulnt wiat to see what the handsome devil would atmet to do next !
Elena, despite her perosnlity defects at teh start of the first book, she show sherself to be strong which i do think is important in leaning female characters, she aslo goes after what she wnats with everything she got.
Matt- i found to be sweet boy next door, Caroline the topical high-school .... you knwo it ryms with wich.
Bonnie seems sweet and innocent.
Out of 5 i give The Awakening and The struggle 4 stares.