The hunters become the hunted. . . .Driven from their hometown of Mystic Falls, both Stefan Salvatore and his brother, Damon, arrived in Europe looking for a fresh start. But Samuel, a wealthy and cunning vampire, has other plans for them. First he ruined Stefan’s peaceful existence and now he’s... show more
The hunters become the hunted. . . .Driven from their hometown of Mystic Falls, both Stefan Salvatore and his brother, Damon, arrived in Europe looking for a fresh start. But Samuel, a wealthy and cunning vampire, has other plans for them. First he ruined Stefan’s peaceful existence and now he’s framing Damon for the most gruesome murders London has ever seen.United against their common enemy, Stefan and Damon are stunned when they realize that the source of Samuel’s rage lies in their past—tied up with the woman who forever changed their lives. Haunted by the memory of Katherine, the brothers find that their uneasy alliance is tested. Can they overcome their rivalry to defeat Samuel before he exacts his final revenge? Based on the popular CW TV show inspired by the bestselling novels, Stefan’s Diaries reveals the truth about what really happened between Stefan, Damon, and Katherine—and how the Vampire Diaries love triangle began.
Publish date: January 17th 2012
Publisher: Hodder Children's Books
Pages no: 221
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Urban Fantasy
, Paranormal Romance
Series: The Vampire Diaries: Stefan's Diaries (#5)
I prefer Stefan's Diaries to the other TVD books because of them being based on the TV characters. I enjoyed this one because of the setting. Also it was fun to imagine Stefan and Damon 'living' underground in the construction site of an Underground station simply because I'm a Tube nerd :-).
The cover:I hate Elena but I love Nina Dobrev and Katherine, which means, when I look at this cover, I say to myself that this is Katherine and not Elena, or else I’ll dislike the cover. Just a point of view. Anyways, I love all TVD: Stefan’s Diaries’ covers, for some reason, I’m a huge fan of The V...
Once again, I'm a sucker for the show, so anything that expands upon the show's characters past is good with me! (These books don't follow L.J. Smith's original Damon & Stefan characters. Rather the TV show counterparts.) Cora was a great addition to the tale and now I'm looking forward to #6!