Gooday, When I read the first paragraph of The Divide, not knowing that it was being ghost-written, it seemed off. I never said my disappointment fell on her, nor did I know that at the time of writing this. Quoting Guest:I never said my disappointment fell on her, nor did I know that at the time of writing this. I've also picked up that there's a difference in writing style when I completed the TVD and started with the Night World & Secret Circle, but because LJ Smith has captivated me with her previous work I will continue supporting her no matter what. The quality of writing in Secret Circle The Divide is dramatically different than book 1 written by LJ Smith. Now that LJ is releasing fanfics of how she wanted The Vampire Diaries series to continue on, I’m just hoping that there’ll be a chance for The Secret Circle to continue as fanfics also.
Even though The Divide wasn't written by L.J Smith, I still loved it, even The Hunt and The Temptation.
The only problems I have with the new ones are that there are inconsistencies with the story's timeline.
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Cassie Blake is anything but the normal new kid and when she moves to New Salem, she finds herself drawn to the mysterious but alluring in-crowd.
The circle's power has lured her homeForced to move from sunny California to gloomy New England, Cassie longs for her old life. When I noticed the ghostwriter's name displayed in such a way that it was deceiving who had written the book, I understood why I was so bored with it. I've read both books a thousand times and was highly disappointed to discover you had given the rights away to Aubrey clark..


As she becomes a part of the Secret Circle, the coven of witches that has ruled New Salem for centuries, she finds herself constantly put to the test.
Several fan campaigns and petitions to ask the network to reconsider, to ship the show to another network or even to have a home video release of the series have thus far been unsuccessful. Even so, she feels a strange kinship to a terrifying group of teens who seem to rule her school. Your disappointment should not fall on Miss Smith, but on the publishing company and their powers that be that took her beloved pieces of work away from her. I will however continue reading the material I have as the stories I believe is definitely inspired by her other books.
I love learning about witchcraft, I know many of you thing the Divide, Hunt, & Temptation where wastes and badly written by Clark but I liked learning about Cassie's ancestors it was cool & I love fictional history.
I also learned that some of the other language spells in these 3 books are latin or greek words. Will Cassie be able to keep everyone safe or will the power of dark inner forces overcome her? Initiated into the coven of witches that's controlled New Salem for hundreds of years, she's drawn into the Secret Circle, a thrill that's both intoxicating and deadly. Miss Smith, I hope that you will continue writing and I will always keep an eye out for anything from you. Originally published in 1992 as a trilogy, the series follows Cassie Blake as she and her mother move to the town of New Salem to live with Cassie's grandmother.
But when she falls for the mysterious and intriguing Adam, Cassie must choose whether to resist temptation or risk dark forces to get what she wantsa€”even if it means that one wrong move could ultimately destroy her. Then I was on google looking for answers to the questions the book had piqued and I found out that you hadn't written it and that made lots of sense.


I just feel like those kind of things take me out of the story because I can no longer feel myself in the same timeline as the first three. There, Cassie discovers that she is a witch and is subsequently initiated into a Circle of eleven other teenage witches. However, Williamson told The CW that The Vampire Diaries' companion series he had been helming was put on hold as he did not have enough time for it.[2] Williamson worked on an original script penned by Andrew Miller, creator of the Emmy-nominated web series Imaginary Bitches, with writer credit shared by both men. I cant bring myself to read Aubrey's work as she's not you and it feels as though I am betraying you the original author.. Torn between the dueling desires of the two leaders of the Secret Grcle, she must ultimately choose between saving all of New Salem, and her own dangerous love for the bewitching Adam, which threatens to tear the circle apart. However, as Cassie and the Circle delve into the old ways of witchcraft, they soon realize that magic comes with a price and attracts dark forces.
And what up with the whole Justinian the first thing?Honestly, I loved the books, but all of that ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^ confuses me. The novels are right up my street and that's why I am so very sad right now that our dear Lisa isn't the author of the rest of the series I don't think I will want to read someone else's work.I hope dear Lisa that one day you will want to and be able to publish your Secret Circle books.If you should ever come across this comment you should know that I think and many many others would agree that you are a master of your craft and there are very few writers of fantasy work that posess such talent of storytelling! In the ultimate battle between good and evil, will Cassie's supernatural powers be strong enough to lead the coven out of danger?



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