The end of the series here runs you through thing's we've seen before in terms of how it's all put together. There aren't any surprises with how Zoey handles what she learns here and how it impacts things at the end. The present day side of the story may cover a couple of different things but it helps to flesh out what it is to be a fledgling and the kinds of background feelings that are involved here. It naturally plays into what's going on with the lesson that Zoey has to learn and while it may be all a bit obvious, I continue to find that it works well. With a good mix of art styles that complements the storytelling and a good connection to the novels, House of Night has been a fun series that stands well on its own but definitely encourages you to check out the books as well. Read Full Review
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