I loved the first book in this series and the second definitely didn’t disappoint. There was one extremely tear-inducing moment though. In this entry, Zoe Redbird is coming to terms with her new life and evolving powers. She also has some complications popping up in her personal life in the forms of 3 men. If I had one complaint about this book it’s that there wasn’t enough Eric in it. He’s off at some Shakespeare competition, so he doesn’t come back until the end of the book. As the title suggestes, Zoe discovers that someone close to her is not who they seem to be. She also finds an ally in an old enemy. As with the first book, I would highly recommend this to young adults as well as adult lovers of paranormal fiction. The third book in the series, “Chosen” is coming out in early 2008.
For kimb8’s review of Marked, the first book in the House of Night series, click here.