House of Night progresses well here, though of course there are no real surprises. The present day storyline has some interesting ideas to work with, especially as the House plays things very much above the board and legally but is subjected to a lot of abuse from the God fearing side. There's a few different ways to read it and that gives it a little extra power when you get down to it. The lesson part of the book is good as well, though I can see the art style being disconcerting for some, but I was more drawn overall to the present storyline. It gives us a better look at part of Zoey's background with a big moment in her recent life and it establishes things more about her family, which while may be familiar material to those that have read the books, is completely new if you're just reading the comics like I am. The House of Night continues to surprise me with how enjoyable it is and it leaves me wanting more each time a new issue comes in. Read Full Review
I'm not going to make you read another long paragraph abouthow well the story and art is, you should know that by now if you've beenreading the reviews. I will continue to say that this is a great series and eventhough it's following an obvious formula, it's more about the journey than itis the execution. I get the strong feeling that a lot of people aren't readingthis series and they need to pull their head out of their asses and check itout already. I promise you there's no glitter inside. Read Full Review
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