And Balty reminds me of Peeta that makes me love him more than Lucas. He's sort of the sweet, selfless, kind guy. So it was pretty much the same here, the author copy paste the whole thingy so: Bethany reminds me of Neferet from House of Night. Vampires can have a glimpse of emotions and feelings of someone when they drink of their blood. View all 4 comments. Apr 15, Jessica Saylor rated it liked it Shelves: I have to say I didn't really enjoy Evernight when I read it in The characters were lacking, the story took a strange turn that felt fake and I didn't enjoy the plot until about halfway through the book.
I was glad to see that I had none of those problems while reading Stargazer. Stargazer does a great job helping the reader remember what happened in the first book. I read it two years ago, and I didn't feel like I missed out on anything when picking this book up because the recap was amazing. While Stargazer still followed a lot of the typical YA rules, I feel like it improved a lot from the first book. Bianca was so much less annoying for some reason, maybe because she wasn't obsessing over Lucas the whole time, and it really improved the story.
I also felt that the chemistry between Bianca and Lucas was really improved so it made me actually be able to sort of root for them. That being said, however, I am totally team Balthazar. He was my favorite character in Evernight and that didn't change with Stargazer. I'm glad I kept going in this series, because Stargazer was much less of a pain to get through.
Although, I still recommend getting Evernight from your library and seeing if it is for you, and if you're intrigued by the ending like I was, I feel like you'll like this book as much as I did. This book contains the following: Violence Mild Sexual Content Mar 03, Jessica rated it really liked it Shelves: Stargazer , you had me in doubt.
You had me wondering if I'd ever finish you. You made me dreading having to finish the rest of the series let alone the actual book but, fear no more! For, I indeed have finished you. Stargazer by Claudia Gray was a lot better than the first book. The book starts out with a new year in Evernight. We go through the same seasons and days like the last book You know, unlike other books where the whole entire book takes place only in the summer. It is a well-k Stargazer , you had me in doubt.
It is a well-known fact that Lucas works for the Black Cross, a group that hunts vampires. Now that his secret is out, he has fled from Evernight and Well, we don't need a whole recap of the last book but they escape together, Bianca meets Black Cross, they get caught, Bianca has to leave Lucas, yada yada yada is away from Bianca. Our story begins with Bianca trying to figure out why Mrs. Bethany is letting humans into the school. She sneaks into Mrs. Bethany's apartment to find anything regarding why. Bianca only finds a few letters.
Some that are rejecting human students and some that are accepting human students into Evernight. But what makes one human different from the other if both are academically inclined? This is what Bianca is trying to figure out for her dear Lucas. While sneaking back into the school she starts to notice weird things happening. Icy spots in the air? As the year goes on, Bianca convinces her parents that she's camping out outside to watch a meteorshower when in reality, she's going to see Lucas for the first time in ages. While waiting for him, a girl comes up to her asking for help.
She notices that Bianca is a vampire and tells her that someone is following her. When Lucas finally arrives, the girl tells Bianca to run, telling her that this is the guy that has been stalking her. The girl runs into a morgue and the Black Cross goes after her. When Bianca returns to the school, Balthazar catches her and Bianca has to spill the beans.
While describing the girl to Balthazar, he comes to the startling conclution that the girl the Black Cross is after is Charity, his sister. He agrees that if Bianca helps him find his sister, he'll help her get off campus to meet up with Lucas if her and Balthazar act like a couple to fool Bianca's parents. As the year goes on and on and on, more creepy things happen. Bianca starts coming face to face with ghosts. But, in the mean time, Vic has been talking to other people and realizing that almost every human Well, every one in his case has had a ghostly encounters in their houses.
So what do the ghosts have to do with the humans at Evernight? Why do they keep coming to Bianca? Will Balthazar find Charity? If so, how will she react? Will Bianca and Lucas' love stay intact? This book cleared up a lot of the plot holes that were in the last one, which I had hoped. The story added more supernatural elements and I absolutely loved Balthazar in all of this.
I mean, mmm mmm mmmmmmm, he's smokin'! Speaking of smoking, the only thing that bothered me in this book was that Bianca acts a little, hmm, not her age? Sometimes I feel like she's acting waaaay entirely too mature but then in retrospect, I realize she's a lot older than I think she is.
Which is another problem! How old does my brain think she is? Sometimes she sure as hell acts I know she's almost seventeen, but some of the scenes in this book are a little too hot for me! I'm not a pansy. But, since my brain is telling me she's 14 and she's really All of the almost-sex-scenes, were a bit weird to me. Kind of like, "Oh God, she shouldn't be doing that. This is a young adult book, right?
Fourteen year old in my head but, that's just me. To the real and honest point with no sugar added: This book was good. It was entertaining but quite slow in the beginning and a little annoying with some scenes. All of the cat fights with Raquel and Lucas were childish and pointless. I was also a little upset with how close Claudia Gray made Balthazar become to the reader. I fell in love with Balthazar, I don't know who didn't.
But this isn't Twilight. We all know who Bianca takes and we know there isn't a chance that Balthazar will get his shot with her. The end was suspenseful and didn't end too quickly or slowly. I knew it would end with a cliff hanger. But a cliff hanger that was manageable. Maybe it's because I already own the next book?
Who knows but, I do know that after reading this book, I'm not doubting the series as much as I was before. Truthfully, it's pretty good. Let's just hope the vampire-teenie-bopper-I-love-Edward-Cullen-More stuff ends and we can move onto more interesting supernatural shenanigans. In the mean time, I shall move onto the 3rd book in this series. Jan 17, Alana Kelly rated it liked it. These authors make the characters one dimensional by promoting such blind indifference to the rest of their lives. In the books, Bianca lies continuously to everyone around her so she can be with Lucas.
Because Gray, much like Stephanie Meyer, made the idea of them not being meant to be together completely implausible. Of course Lucas and Bianca are meant to be together. These books are no better then the white horse fairy tales that have ruined relationships for women everywhere. Bianca is so angry that her parents lied to her in Stargazer without any regard to her own lies. Instead, it should have made Miranda guilty for being so sanctimonious when they proved, once again, how much they love her and would have done anything to have her.
It also seems unlikely when Bianca is already drinking more blood and even killed a mouse without realizing. I also felt that Stargazer ended poorly. Or the fact they might have just killed her family. What about the wraiths? What about her parents? What will happen to the humans around her when the wraiths find her? How will she get blood? What will she do when her parents track her down which seems very likely if they survived? What will the humans do when they find out the truth?
Stargazer ultimately felt like the middle book. There were too many lose ends and not enough character development even thought the relationships did become more complex. Not a ton of cliff hangers. I also thought the climax was a bit…well anti-climatic. Mar 09, Bex rated it liked it Shelves: This is the second book in the Evernight series. There are supposed to be four books in the series. This book was much like the first book for me. If you liked the first book you will like this one. It is beautifully written, the first part is kind of boring and nothing happens, and then the last few chapters are so packed with action it's amazing.
Bianca is returning to school after a grueling summer separated from Lucas. Upon returning to school she finds out that she is being haunted by wrait This is the second book in the Evernight series. Upon returning to school she finds out that she is being haunted by wraiths. Much of the story deals with Bianca trying to get away from campus to secretly meet with Lucas.
Balthazar is also in the story a lot. The pacing of this book matched the first book. It is pretty darn boring for the first two thirds. A lot of teenage angsting going on as Bianca feels sorry for herself because she can't be with Lucas. The wraith hauntings happen at wide intervals and are the only interesting thing in the beginning of the book. The end of the book however is packed with so many revelations and action scenes that it leaves you dizzy.
Unfortunately the pacing is such that I find these books to be pretty dull. I don't really think Bianca is the most inspriing character either. The end of the book is fantastic and almost makes up for the slow beginning. The end was enough to make me want to know what happens in the next book. This book was definitely a transition novel that builds to the next book. This book is definitely not a stand alone; you need to read Evernight first. Also this book doesn't resolve much at all; so for any resolution you'll have to hang around for the next book "Hourglass".
Jul 13, Kristi rated it liked it Shelves: I really liked Evernight. I mean I really really liked it! And as much as I loved Evernight— Stargazer is even better! In my review of Evernight, I mentioned that I would like to learn more about Balthazar, and I was happy to see happen in this novel. The plot becomes even more complicated if you can believe that. Gray thr I really liked Evernight. The character relationships became more complex as well, adding to the overall allure of the novel. It was interesting to see how some things tied together completely.
One of the most important things to me as a reader is good characterization and Stargazer has that. The only thing bad about this novel is that ended! A must read for vampire fans! May 03, Danny rated it liked it. It's hard for me to give it right amount of starts, I liked it and I badly wanted to know how it goes on. But I was so angry at Bianca all the times that I have to take away one star and give it 3 instead of 4. I really like Balthasar a lot, more than Lucas and this makes me hard to follow what happens in the book.
One scene though was amazing!! What I like is how Claudia Gray mixes in some hot and erotic scenes but still be suitable for Teens, she has a way to get the right amount. Although, su It's hard for me to give it right amount of starts, I liked it and I badly wanted to know how it goes on. Although, sure for me it could be more ; 4 stars minus one for being annoyed with Bianca. I really didn't like how she treated her parents, although I understand why she did it, but still Now, I go and read Hourglass Mar 30, Lucie rated it really liked it.
Jan 26, Mizuki rated it it was ok Shelves: Each book of the Evernight series has pretty cover art, and judging from the introduction at the back cover, it seems to also have an interesting story to tell. I think Stargazer is far from being a Twilight rip-off, nor does it focus entirely on the romance between the leading characters. The author addressed issues such as how the undeads deal with the change of time, how they struggled to fit into the modern society, the conflict between vampires and vampire hunters, etc.
There're some nice writing, descent plots, tension and fight scenes to back the story up. The concept of Bianca being a 'born' vampire instead being turned is also a refreshing one though it's not an unique idea, I must point out Plus the vampires actually drink blood and attack humans instead of being a bunch of goody-two-shoes. Though, as a whole Stargazer needs more explaining and world building to make the story shin.
I also failed to find anything unique in the book: I don't hate the characters but I'm not interested in them. For most of time those characters look like they were there so the story can go forward, and nothing more. The female lead, Bianca is also a dim character, from start to end I still can't grip how she is as a person.
She was being described as a fan of astrology, but I can't see how can this detail help us to understand her better. We are also told that Bianca loves Lucas, a teenage vampire hunter, who was exiled from Evernight after his cover as a mere human student was blown. Still I don't care about their romance much, said romance gives me nothing other than some uninteresting teenage dramas and "I love you, but I can't be with you! Of course, there's another boy who is interested in Bianca, a vampire boy whose name I fail to remember he is not so bad as a character but there's hardly anything worth memorizing about this vampire boy anyway.
Bianca's parents wanted their daughter to date that vampire boy but of course the girl loved Lucas and went on meeting the latter in secret anyway At the beginning of the story, Bianca tried breaking into the school's principal home in order to help Lucas finding out why Evernight was taking human students in. We are told that Bianca is a first timer in breaking and entering, but I found despite of the fist person viewpoint, Bianca barely seems to even feel nervous when she was trying to break into the supposedly cold, scary, badass principal's house.
There's no cold-sweat, no rapid heartbeat, no nothing. Bianca went on like she's just having a picnic. It looks really unrealistic to me. Then Bianca met Charity, a girl whom she identified as a vampire, who looked outwardly like a 14 years old fragile, lost little girl. Instantly Bianca took pity on Charity and believed she's as innocent, harmless and confused as she appeared to be.
Is Bianca stupid or something? Such amount of trusting is so over the top. In the middle of the mess, Bianca started to see ghosts appearing in the school, it's later revealed that those ghosts were in fact wraiths, who had some bad blood with the vampires, what did those wraiths want? The introduction of the wraiths is a nice part of the story, though I was a bit disappointed when their reason for attacking the school is revealed.
The revealing of this mystery leaves me quite underwhelmed. Plus I found it really strange when everyone in Evernight Academy, including the human students, talked about ghosts openly and matter-of-factly like it's just business as usual. No one freaked out, no one was in denial, hardly anyone even try to avoid talking about ghosts, that's really strange.
Okay, I know there's a reason why the students act like this, but I won't mention it here because it'll be a plot spoiler, still I want to point out it doesn't look natural for people to handle ghosts like those characters did in the book Bianca also met with Lucas's vampire hunting family, who believed Bianca was a victimized human girl being forced to live with vampires, instead of a fledgling vampire.
Bianca's interaction with Lucas's family and some of those vampire hunters are interesting to read about. I'll look forward to see more of them. It's mentioned that Evernight Academy is set up as a sanctuary and place of learning for the immortals, including those who were a few hundreds or thousands years old. The idea that years old vampires still going to highschool sends a wave of desperation across my being.
Fxxk it, just fxxk it! Who figured out this brilliant idea of trapping a bunch of immortals in a private school so they can learn things about the modern age and society!? Highschool is a perfect place to learn how low humanity can sink into and how utterly stupid, embarrassing and immature teenage humans can act.
It's not a good place to seriously learn new knowledge. It's not a good place to learn how to deal with the society and with your life. If you want to put young-looking immortals to study, why don't put them into college!? At least they can take different causes and learn something useful and meaningful, also they can meet a much larger group of people, for crying out loud! It's obvious that Miss Gray has some interesting ideas with her, but as a whole Stargazer looks really juvenile to me, especially the love triangle and the characters' behaviors, plus the concept of immortals going to highschool annoys me greatly.
Although the book addresses issues such as family bond, love and loyalty, immortality and the prices of being an undead; all of these topics do have a lot of potential still Miss Gray failed to give us much insight. If you are looking for some quick read and entertainment, Stargazer will work for you, but if you are looking for something more meaningful and insightful, you may look elsewhere. Stargazer is book 2 in the Evernight series.
I thought this book was good but found Bianca to be very whiny. I didn't expect what happens at the end. Hopefully I'll enjoy the next book as much as I did the first. Aug 19, Kristen rated it it was ok Shelves: The writing was good. Although I struggle a little with Bianca's relationship with her parents. Bianca caves to everything her parents want, and barely even argues with them over it. Bethany is up to something so agree to help Bianca and her friends to search the school for the traps set by Mrs.
Bianca goes to visit Christopher, a powerful wraith, and he tells her that she could be used as a bridge between the human world and world that wraiths inhibit before they can reach heaven. Bethany about how vampires can be resurrected to human form although it involves the sacrifice of a wraith when the mixture of both supernaturals blood happens. Bianca is trapped in a powerful trap and feels like she has been trapped for days before being released into a large room which was designed to trap and weaken wraiths.
Bethany reveals that she plans on killing Bianca to become human again but her plans are stopped when Lucas and her parents arrive. Bianca cannot escape from the room so possesses Skye who allows her to. Bianca helps the other wraiths to leave the human world. Bethany traps Maxine who had warned her parents so Bianca knows she must help her.
Bianca calls upon Christopher who is revealed to be Mrs. Bethany's cottage collapses killing her too. A battle ensues with the vampires who planned to help murder Bianca and her fellow wraiths. In Balthazar, Bianca appears as a minor character. Once when Balthazar and Skye are discovering Skye's true nature, Bianca turns up as a wraith to give them some advice. Lucas Ross is the love interest of Bianca. Lucas is described by Balthazar as smart and will stand up for the people who can't stand up for themselves.
He has a hot temper, explaining that he'd always settled things with his fists, but when he's hanging out with his friends, such as Bianca or Vic, he seems completely at ease with the world and enjoys every second of his life. He is very good to the people he loves but he's not good at expressing how he feels.
He can be stubborn, but not as much when he's with Bianca because he'd do nearly anything for her, including offer her his blood when she's been without food for long enough to feel weak. He has a talent for twisting the facts, laying them out so that he's not inventing a lie but merely letting people believe things happened differently than they really had. He's very kind to most humans and has a good sense of humor, even when it comes to things as revolting as Bianca's bloodlust.
Lucas said that if he left Black Cross and went to University, he'd study law because he wants "to put the bad guys away. Lucas Ross is a new student at Evernight Academy, and he soon befriends Bianca and Vic who is his roommate. At the Autumn Ball after Balthazar asks Bianca to go with him, he and Balthazar get into an argument, and Balthazar leaves them alone. When Lucas awakens he is unable to remember the event. After they have been dating for weeks, Bianca mentions that one of Lucas' ancestors went to Evernight, but no humans have ever been accepted to the school before, except a Black Cross member.
They meet up with the rest of his team, and Black Cross accept her, believing that she was stolen as a baby. Bianca receives a letter from Lucas by Vic, as Bianca's mail is being searched for this exact reason, so they cannot keep in regular contact. Bianca and Balthazar make an arrangement; they pretend to be dating so Balthazar could get her off campus, since he is a trusted student, so she could meet Lucas while in return Bianca and Lucas help Balthazar find his sister, Charity which they do.
Bethany later stages a break into the Black Cross cell to retrieve Bianca. Several members of Black Cross are killed including Lucas's step father Eduardo whose neck is broken by Mrs. Bianca and Lucas begin orchestrating Balthazar's escape which they do so without getting caught. They are interrupted by Raquel and Dana who realize that Bianca is a vampire as she is feeding. She is tied up and burnt with holy water but Lucas is also splashed who burns due to him feeding Bianca. After Lucas realizes there is a dangerous vampire in the city they are staying in he decides to hunt it.
Lucas finds the rogue vampire but after following him to a hotel room realizes that Charity, Balthazar's sister, is staying close by with her clan who the rogue vampire belongs to. Bianca and Lucas begin to run out of money and go to their friend Vic for help who allows them to stay in the basement.
Lucas, Ranulf and Vic who have returned from holiday agree to assist Balthazar in killing Charity. They track her down to a rundown cinema where they fight and kill several members of her clan. While Bianca is solid she is injured by Charity, causing her to loses her solidity. Charity leaves and Balthazar and Ranulf arrive who tell Bianca of Lucas's fate, he will become the one thing he despises, a vampire. The novel begins when Lucas rises from the dead and assisted by Balthazar and Ranulf, Bianca manages to convince Lucas to return to Evernight to seek help for his bloodlust before it is too late and he is consumed by it.
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After his return Mrs. Bethany offers him shelter much to the annoyance of his fellow pupils. While in the library Bianca is trapped in a trap set by Mrs Bethany to trap wraiths. Lucas is set to go onto a trip to the local town to which Bianca is going to accompany him. At the cafe Lucas is attacked by several Black Cross members including his mother who leave after the police are called and although no one is harmed Lucas is shaken up. Bianca and her friends agree to search the school for the traps set by Mrs.
Bethany and to free the wraiths on the night of the Autumn Ball. While the ball is taking place several human students are possessed by wraiths who are angry and confused as to what is happening at Evernight. Lucas is told by Mrs. Lucas disagrees and leaves as he does not agree with the Morality of it. Bianca is trapped in a powerful trap before being released into a large room which was designed to trap and weaken wraiths. Their blood infuses and Lucas is resurrected to human life and back to happiness. Balthazar More is the friend of Bianca and at one point in the series her love interest.
He is a vampire and has been one for over four hundred years. He is described as handsome and extremely popular amongst his peers. He always says hello to people in the hallway, whether human or vampire, deciding that it didn't make a difference. Balthazar has only taken a human life once that is mentioned, at least and he had never stopped tourturing himself for it. Bianca's parents adore Balthazar and Bianca had come to realize he was one of her closest friends, but felt that he deserved more than what she was giving him, wishing that he could find happiness with someone else.
Bianca can talk to Balthazar about nearly anything. Bianca states that he was the only vampire who'd never lied to her, but added that he'd done most of the lying to himself. Lucas is jealous of Balthazar during Stargazer, when Balthazar and Bianca are at Evernight and have to pretend to date in order to get off campus and Lucas rarely gets to see her, saying that he's upset another guy gets to spend more time with her.
He is the brother of Charity and her maker which is the biggest regret in his life. When attending the same party he befriends Bianca who he asks to the Autumn Ball. There, he, Lucas and Bianca get into an argument, and while Balthazar leaves them alone Bianca gives in to temptation and bites Lucas, drinking his blood. Bianca mentions that one of Lucas' ancestors went to Evernight, although no humans have ever been previously accepted to the school, except a Black Cross member. Her parents and Balthazar realize this and attack, but Lucas holds his own against the two vampires and they chase him off campus.
Bianca goes into Amherst and is walking along to find Lucas when a young vampire girl joins her in her walk. Soon Bianca and Balthazar make an arrangement; they pretend to be dating so Balthazar could get her off campus, since he is a trusted student, so she could meet Lucas while in return Bianca and Lucas help Balthazar find his sister, Charity which they do. Bethany stages a break into the Black Cross cell along with several members of staff and Balthazar, wanting to take Bianca back to her parents.
Lucas finds a rogue vampire in the city they are staying in, but after following him to a hotel room he realizes that Charity, Balthazar's sister, is staying close by with her clan who the rogue vampire belongs to. Balthazar asks Lucas, Ranulf and Vic to assist him in killing charity. Charity pins down Lucas before draining his blood killing him. Charity leaves and Balthazar and Ranulf arrive who tell Bianca of Lucas's fate, he will become a vampire. Balthazar and Ranulf assist Lucas as he rises from the dead. Balthazar insists that Lucas return to Evernight to help him conquer his bloodlust.
Balthazar assists Lucas several times throughout the year including stopping Charity invading Lucas's dreams by entering Charity's dreams and making her swear to stop. While in Charity's dreams he and Bianca see a house with smoke emitting from the chimney. He tells Bianca that it is the house of a girl he loved but thinks it best he did not visit her through dreams. Balthazar also helps Bianca agreeing to help her set free the trapped wraiths and put a stop to Mrs. Bethany's plans once and for all. There blood infuses and Lucas is resurrected to human life. Bianca offers the same cure for vampirism to Balthazar although he refuses after reflection on the possibility of becoming human once again.
He is soon to star in his own spinoff novel entitled Balthazar about his life, death and adventures following. It will be released in March Charlotte Bethany is a very old vampire who is afraid of change. She is the headmistress of Evernight Academy which is her home and life which she has continued running for many years.
She worked at Black Cross and became a vampire after her husband was murdered. She did it so that she could have the power to seek revenge as her colleagues refused to help her find the men who murdered her husband and took his money.
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In Afterlife , she helps Lucas with his transformation and shows more kindness toward him than she'd ever had to anyone at the school, including Balthazar, due to the fact that she could strongly relate to what he was going through. She was later reunited with her husband who had become a wraith and to his surprise accepted him for who he was just as the roof of her cottage collapsed killing them both. He is a human student at Evernight Academy and is allowed entry because his house is haunted by a wraith called Maxine.
Vic isn't viewed as particularly bright, but as the series progresses, it's clear that he knew much more than he let on. He's described by Lucas as "oblivious and goofy" which Lucas stated lovingly in the beginning of the series, before they knew each other well. Vic is generally liked by everyone at Evernight as he believes that everyone is great in their own way.
Vic gives nearly everyone he knows an unusual nickname and speaks in a very laidback style ex: He later figures out that many of the students at Evernight are vampires and even though he is wary he reasons if they wanted to harm him they could have done so already this is not revealed until Hourglass, although it seems he'd known nearly the entire series. He strikes up a friendship with Ranulf White and later becomes his roommate as well as allowing him to stay with him over the school holidays.
It's clear how wealthy Vic is during Hourglass, but he tries—and succeeds—not to act stuck up or snobby. Raquel Vargas is the friend and roommate of Bianca and girlfriend of Dana. She is stalked by Erich in her first year until he is killed by Lucas. She was haunted by a wraith who lived in her house so she left to live in Evernight.
She was also raped by the wraith and haunted in her dreams by him. She went to work for Black Cross after discovering vampires existence when Evernight was attacked by Charity as well as Black Cross. She reported Bianca to Kate Ross when she realized that Bianca was a half vampire but was later forgiven by her and left Black Cross with Dana. She agreed to help Bianca and Lucas leave Evernight after they destroyed the traps set by Mrs.
Bethany for the wraiths. Ranulf White is a student at Evernight Academy. He is Vic and Balthazar's friend and later Vic's roommate. He enjoys playing chess with Vic. Ranulf does not understand modern technology and speaks in a very old fashioned manner. He joins Balthazar in trying to kill Charity after he returns from holiday with Vic. When Lucas rises for the first time, Ranulf helps him by getting him blood and through his initial bloodlust. Ranulf agrees to help Bianca to find the traps set for wraiths by Mrs. Charity More is Balthazar's sister who has now become a brutal killer and part of a tribe after she was turned by Balthazar.
She wants to cause pain to others and later causes a fight between Black Cross and Evernight's vampires. She kills Lucas and turns him into a vampire in Hourglass and in Afterlife continues to haunt him through his dreams which can be done by a creator although it takes a lot of energy and the vampire has to sleep for many hours to do so. Balthazar later stops her doing so by going into her dreams. Kate Ross is Lucas's mother and one of the leaders of Black Cross. She does not accept him when he becomes a vampire and also tries to kill Bianca when she finds out she is half vampire.
She does not treat vampires as people and calls Lucas a monster who is no longer her son but her son should be at peace. Kate is very strict when it comes to the belief of vampirism. Patrice Deveraux is Bianca's roommate who appears to be one of the typical Evernight types, although Bianca realizes she is not. She appears to be very materialistic. She helps Bianca get ready for dates with Lucas.
She does not appear in Stargazer as she is skiing with her new boyfriend, although she reappears in Afterlife and captures Bianca who is now a wraith using a mirror. She later helps Bianca by finding and destroying the traps set by Mrs. Maxine is the wraith who lives in Vic's attic.
She is several years younger than Bianca and died ninety years before Bianca. She can be sarcastic and envious of Bianca for her powers, but she proves to be a friend of Bianca's, helping her tap her full potential as a wraith. She wears a night gown and often appears to Bianca asking her to come to see Christopher. Before Bianca becomes a wraith, Maxie haunts her at Evernight, insisting that she isn't "like them" the vampires but is "like [her]" a wraith. She is the first wraith Bianca meets after she dies and she is later almost killed when she is captured by Mrs. Bethany but is freed by Christopher who sacrifices himself for her.
Although this is never said, Maxie appears to have feelings for Vic, who has always been kind and accepting of her, although she's scared of appearing to him or even telling him his name. Bethamy allowed humans at Evernight Academy, although it's never truly revealed why.
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Dana is a member of Black Cross and a friend to Lucas. She seems too nice to be Black Cross to Bianca and was Lucas's best friend through his childhood. She is one of the few people who accepts Lucas when he becomes a vampire. We'd love you to buy this book, and hope you find this page convenient in locating a place of purchase. The broadest selection of online bookstores. The links will take you to the Web site's homepage. From there you can navigate to the title you are interested in. Interest-specific online venues will often provide a book buying opportunity. Click here for a list of interest-specific sites grouped by category.
If you are located outside the U. Bianca, born to two vampires, has always been told her destiny is to become one of them. But Bianca fell in love with Lucas—a vampire hunter sworn to destroy her kind. They were torn apart when his true identity was revealed, forcing him to flee the school. Although they may be separated, Bianca and Lucas will not give each other up. She will risk anything for the chance to see him again, even if it means coming face-to-face with the vampire hunters of Black Cross—or deceiving the powerful vampires of Evernight. Bianca's secrets will force her to live a life of lies.
Yet Bianca isn't the only one keeping secrets. When Evernight is attacked by an evil force that seems to target her, she discovers the truth she thought she knew is only the beginning. Thanks for signing up!