The Craving is the third book in L.J. Smith's bestselling Stefan's Diaries series, Romance>; The Vampire Diaries: Stefan's Diaries #3: The Craving - EPUB. Read "The Vampire Diaries: Stefan's Diaries #3: The Craving" by L. J. Smith available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first purchase. The Vampire Diaries: Stefan's Diaries (Series). Book 2. L. J. Smith Author Kevin Williamson & Julie Plec Author (). cover image of The Craving.
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The Vampire Diaries: Stefan's Diaries #3: The Craving. Home · The Vampire Diaries: Stefan's 83 downloads Views 3MB Size Report. DOWNLOAD EPUB. The Vampire Diaries STEFAN'S DIARIES VOL. 3 THE CRAVINGBased on the novels byL. J. SMITH and the TV series develope. The Craving is the third book in L.J. Smith's bestselling Stefan's Diaries series, which reveals the backstory of brothers Stefan and Damon from The Vampire.
The Vampire Diaries: Stefan's Diaries 3: The Craving. My body, my desires, my appetite. My soul. With me I carry the memory of my death and that of my brother.
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Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Right so I love L. Smith when she's at the top of her game, really I do.
I've read most of her books I think I missed one or two but I'd have to check - all of the big ones and even some not as well known, I've read. So I'm having a really hard time here. I was in the middle of the last book she'd written The Vampire Diaries: The Return: Midnight and just couldn't get through it.
I was really feeling like the Vampire Diaries as a book series was dead for me. I'd stopped, read other books, gone back to it, stopped again. Then I get the e-mail from Amazon reminding me hey this is on your Kindle. Okay maybe this is what I need - those last two Stefan's diary books were pretty good. And this is why I have such a problem with it. It's clearly not L. Her name does appear on the books - along with two others.
I'm unclear on how much input she had in this arc of the series but given that she has now been fired from the books and how totally different the style is from her recent Vampire Diaries books I can only assume not very much.
This though is truly good. The Salvatore brothers both end up in New York. Or is one maybe planning on toying with the other? Stalking the other? They do both end up connected to a high society family - surely that is a coincidence?
And as always they end up wondering if they are really each others biggest problems or if they need to play nice with each other -- if there are things out there so much bigger and badder they are, so maybe they at least need to pretend to be friends again if only long enough to figure out what in the heck is happening around them.
So long as these books keep going this route, I'm in - whoever has taken over has figured out what was missing. Hopefully now that L.
Smith is free of them she can find whatever it is she was missing in her future books, which I am also in for. This one picks up right where the last left off and where the teaser had started in that book. The brothers Salvatore seeking out Samuel, Cora by their side.
The plot is simple if you're reading in order which you should be -- they're determined to clear Damon's name, get Violet back, find out what Samuel has against them, tidy up all of the loose ends, and live as happily ever after as vampires can. They find their connection to Samuel I won't spoil it. Beyond that? Well -- yup another cliffhanger.
Were they to just wait and put it all together in one version, I'd probably rate this better, but at this point it feels like they're dragging it for no reason. It's good as a single book, it's just not great, and not even as good as the earlier Stefan Diaries were as it doesn't feel like as complete of a story as those did.
The Vampire Diary books are beginning to feel a little formulaic. When I buy them, I know what I will get, but I still can't help but enjoy them. Smith uses the same recipe for each of the Vampire Diaries and, I guess, it makes sense because "if it ain't broke, why fix it?
The stories are beginning to all feel the same; sexy boys - conflict between the brothers - brothers need each other to fight villainous third party, yada yada yada. So, if I'm so dissatisfied, why did I give the book four stars? Because, despite the rote story line, I like being in Stephan and Damon's world. I like it even more when dull-as-dishwater Elaina isn't around.
I'll probably being around buying Stefan's Diaries 25 and complaining about the same thing. As a side note to author: I love bad boy, Damon - will he be sharing his diary?
Or, was he too busy being bad to write in a book? I started reading the vampire diaries books because I liked the tv show and couldn't wait for the next episode to see what happened. Usually this does not bode well with me.
As I began reading through the series I was totally consumed. Each one having its own adventure. I think I like Stephans diaries a little better because the settings put the books in historical time periods. I love historical pieces so besides the storyline you get a piece of the time they are in. They are always very well written which I appreciate. With each book you get lost in a new adventure the brothers are on together. Each adventure they learn a little bit more about themselves.
I would recommend this book to anyone who just enjoys a good read. Paperback Verified Purchase. I agree with what another reviewer said about not being able to get through the other set of VD books. I thought they just got worse and worse. I am really enjoying this set of Stefan's Diaries though.
They are written so much better and I can't put them down. I do wish they were longer.
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