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  • Paperback: 336 pages
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin; Reprint edition (Sept. 27 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0312387962
  • ISBN-13: 978-0312387969
  • Product Dimensions: 13.8 x 2.3 x 20 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 490 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #110,187 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Cast and Cast pull out all the stops and take this story to shattering new heights with devastating consequences. (Romantic Times (4 ½ stars) on Tempted)

P. C. And Kristin Cast have made an absolutely amazing [YA] series. The visuals offered by this fantastic duo are entertaining and imaginative, with nonstop action... This is easily a [YA] series that can entertain adults with action, hot Vampyres, true friendship, budding romance, a loving Goddess, and a twist of the unexpected. (HowlingGoodBooks.com (5 stars) on Tempted)

I loved every one of the books in the [House of Night] series. Tempted is my definite favorite.... This book had me ripping through the pages. (Teen review on Flamingnet.com on Tempted)

Move over, Stephenie Meyer. (People Magazine on Hunted)

Zoey Redbird's first-person adventures take on added danger and importance in the latest House of Night release. Forced by circumstance to grow up quickly, Zoey's emotional and spiritual evolution is fascinating. The Cast duo breathes life and vibrancy into the characters and makes each one an integral part of the saga. Awesome and unforgettable as always! (Romantic Times (4.5 stars) on Hunted)

The Cast duo has done it again! These ladies appear to be an unstoppable force within the world of YA literature... Teenage readers will be drawn to Zoey's everyday, angst-riddled life. Not only does she need to save the world, Zoey needs to solve some major vampyre/human boy drama. These stories are surreal, yet shockingly accurate when it comes to teenagers and their lives. (TeensReadToo.com (5 stars) on Hunted)

The most masterful part of the writing lies in how the authors take on serious issues sex, peer pressure, bullying, parental alienation, religion, and substance abuse and weave them into the text. It is a refreshing perspective that doesn't feel like preaching. (Tulsa World on Hunted)

`I absolutely loved this book.... I enjoyed the story line very much and thought that the authors had correctly portrayed the mind of a teenager.... I would recommend this book to vampyre fans and anyone who would enjoy a wondrous fantasy story. (Teen review on Flamingnet.com on Hunted)

An exceptional vampire tale... P.C. and Kristin Cast do a phenomenal job. (Darquereviews.com on Hunted)

You have a set up that feels a bit like X-Men meets Harry Potter meets Interview with the Vampire all told in a voice as engaging and spirited as anything recounted by Meg Cabot. (JanuaryMagazine.com on Untamed)

This is a series that should not be missed! (EnchantingReviews.com on Untamed)

Untamed is a fast moving and adventure filled read, with engaging characters and just a touch of romantic chemistry to keep fans guessing. This is a well-written young adult series that should easily appeal to both teens and adults. (Darque Reviews on Untamed)

Teenage issues can seem like life or death, but in this haunting series, House of Night, that's really the case. Through Zoey's eyes readers are led into a world that's getting more complicated by the minute, where friends and enemies can switch positions in a heartbeat. The remarkable Cast duo continues to build a world that you won't soon forget! (Romantic Times (4.5 stars) on Chosen)

Chosen, The House of Night series book 3, is like the cream in an Oreo cookie holding the two ends together. This story is gearing up for the final showdown between Zoey and Nepheret and mother and daughter team, P.C. and Kristen Cast are setting the stage perfectly for this....Again, P.C. Cast is an auto-buy author for me and this series is also on that auto-buy list. (Paranormal Romance Reviews on Chosen)

The Cast and Cast team is back and stirring up deep trouble in their beguiling supernatural world....The issues faced by these teens are not child's play, and the stakes are life and death. This is extremely craveable reading! (Romantic Times (4.5 stars) on Betrayed)

This highly addicting series offers a unique twist on the standard vampyre story and is sure to please a wide variety of readers. Although she is a vampyre, Zoey Redbird's journey is one for every teen. Her voice is genuine and ... captures the sincerity and frankness of a teenager in search of a new home and a place where she truly belongs. The emotional portrayal of Zoey's trouble and tribulations enhances the quality of these books. True to life, she struggles with issues of truest, loyalty, love, sexuality, and identity and moves though a myriad of conflicting emotions from happiness to confusion to grief. These books will have the reader laughing hysterically and sobbing unreservedly sometimes all at once. (VOYA (on both Marked and Betrayed))

Zoey Redbird... is basically the most relatable vampire -- sorry, fledgling vampyre -- I've ever read about. (MTV.com on Marked)

The Casts, mother and daughter, have written a delightful book that's aimed at teens but will be enjoyed by readers of all ages. The trials of growing up are presented in the new and original context of a vampire society, and they're woven into a thoroughly entertaining story. Zoey is a dynamic and spunky heroine who has an amusing and realistic voice. She's surrounded by secondary characters who are just as engaging. The dialogue is sharp and the references to real people and pop culture add to the story. This promises to be a highly addictive series. (Romantic Times (4.5 stars) on Marked)

Readers will identify with many of the characters, especially the protagonist ... A good choice for those libraries serving fans of the occult... (Library Journal on Marked)

From the moment I stuck my face in this book it hooked me! Totally awesome new take on vampires! Marked is hot and dark and funny. It rocks! (Gena Showalter, author of MTV's Oh My Goth on Marked)

Cast reeled me in from paragraph one. I snorted and giggled through the whole thing, and devoured it in one sitting. (MaryJanice Davidson, New York Times best-selling author of the Undead series on Marked)

About the Author

P.C. Cast is an award-winning fantasy and paranormal romance author, as well as an experienced speaker and teacher. With her daughter Kristin Cast, she is the author of the House of Night novels, including Awakened, Betrayed and Hunted. Cast was born in the Midwest, and as a girl fell in love with mythology. After high school, she joined the U.S. Air Force, then taught high school for 15 years before retiring to write full time. Cast's novels are New York Times bestsellers and have been awarded the Oklahoma Book Award, YALSA Quick Pick for Reluctant Readers, Romantic Times Reviewers' Choice Award, the Prism, Holt Medallion, Daphne du Maurier, Booksellers' Best, and the Laurel Wreath. Ms. Cast lives in Oklahoma, where she is a member of the Oklahoma Writers' Hall of Fame. She splits her time between her ranch and midtown Tulsa where she has a home just down the street from the House of Night...

Kristin Cast has won awards for her poetry and journalism. She also lives in Oklahoma, where she attends college in Tulsa.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Sandy S. TOP 100 REVIEWER on Oct. 23 2010
Format: Hardcover
I am not in the target audience, but have read this series with an open mind. Although written for the young adult, I am suprised that more readers are not disappointed in the direction this series is taking. I am a very liberal, very open minded adult, but the main character Zoey is a young woman, who in my opinion, does not reflect even basic self-respecting ideals.

She is not a good role model for any young woman, and her lifestyle choices from the previous novels, including sex with an adult professor, using another male for blood sustenance, and dragging 2 other "boys" around by a proverbial "leash", while, making judgement calls against her friends, does not sit well. I was hoping the Cast women would direct Zoey into a more monogamous relationship, rather than a 3 way tease fest. This series is targeted at young adults and mostly young girls. My teenage niece read this series and she said that a girl in high school, who is as sexually promiscuous as Zoey, and one who leads around 3 boys at a time would earn a reputation that would probably stay with her the rest of her life, and I think I would agree.

Hopefully, PC and Kristin will continue with the adventures of Zoey and her pals, but perhaps realize that Zoey's life choices may be questionnable. A 16 year old girl should not be having sex with an adult professor or leading 3 boys with sexually suggestive behaviour. Even poor Eric, although somewhat jealous of Zoey's friendship with other boys, still had every reason to be upset with Zoey. One does not profess your love to someone then go off with 3 other "boys" for sustenance, sex or sleeping company.

Just a thought to the authors, but perhaps Zoey could become a little less promiscuous and a little more selective with her choices.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Detra Fitch TOP 1000 REVIEWER on Feb. 16 2011
Format: Hardcover
Zoey Redbird's soul has shattered. As her friends watch over her mortal body (which is now devoid of all tattoos), Zoey's soul drifts in the Otherworld. Unless Zoey can face what has happened, pull her shattered pieces back together, and return to her body within seven days, it will be forever too late.

James Stark is Zoey's Guardian. He is the only living person who can reach her. However, the only way is for the Warrior in him to die so that the Shaman in ham can come forth. (Translation: Stark's body must remain on the edge of death so his soul may travel into the Otherworld to find and rescue Zoey.) Once there, Stark finds that Zoey is not alone. Heath Luck is with her. Worse, Neferet has Kalona's body tied up with Darkness and Kalona's spirit is also in the Otherworld. And unless Kalona kills Zoey (or simply keeps Zoey's soul from returning to her body in time), his immortal soul would become Neferet's to control and use.

Meanwhile, it has only been two days since Stevie Rae had almost been burned/killed by the rogue red fledglings at the depot. Stevie Rae has decided that it is time for her and her group of good red fledglings to take back their depot home. But unknown to her followers, Stevie Rae has saved the life of Rephaim, who is the son of Kalona. No one who sees Rephaim could ever mistake this creature as being human. He has the body of a human, black wings, the head of a raven, and the eyes of a human. Rephaim has vowed to stay with Stevie Rae until she tells him to leave. Should her fledglings learn of Stevie Rae's friendship with the Raven Mocker or that they share an Imprint, it could spell disaster.

*** THREE STARS! Though P.C.
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Zoey Redbird is no ordinary vampire. She is in fact she is the youngest High Priestess in House of Night history that has ever existed in their history. To make her even more unique she has the power of all five elements, and is a decadent of Aya. Aya was the young maiden made from the earth to trap Kalona by seducing him to follow her underground. The last book ended off with Kalona killing Heath in front of Zoey. They next thing Zoey knew was that she was with Heath in this type of park. As the saga continues we learn something about High Priestess that will shatter your mind.

Accordance to legend and the handbook when a High Priestess has a trauma experience happen to her (like watching your human boyfriend get murder in front of you) your soul can shatter. This is not necessarily a death sentence, but as close as one can get. The High Priestess is sent over to the other world when her soul shattered, also called their goddess’s realm. It is the High Priestess job to accept the pieces of her soul back, and find her way back to her body. The problem is generally the High Priestess do not want to be put back together again. And after watching Heath die, Zoey does not blame them. How can she go back to the land of living if Heath is not there anymore? How can she leave him dead alone in the other-world while she goes back on with her life? Zoey has to choose between getting her soul back together and fighting darkness, or staying in the other world with Heath for eternity.

“It’s my fault” is the only thing Stark can think. And it in a way, it is true. He was Zoey’s warrior, and left her during that moment because of his jealousy. Him leaving was what got Heath killed and Zoey shattered. Now it is up to Stark to save Zoey.
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