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The Vampire Diaries: The Hunters: Moonsong
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am 15. November 2011
...die Qualität der Bücher beizubehalten. Tatsächlich gehören die Bücher der Autorin L.J. Smith insgesamt sicherlich zur Trivialliteratur, das Spannende waren aber immer die Charaktere und die interaktionen zwischen den Personen. Die mystischen und übernatürlich Handlungsstränge waren zwar interessant und oft auch voller unerwarteter Wendungen, entscheinden waren meiner Meinung nach aber die verschiedenen Hauptpersonen. Leider ist der Ghostwriter, der mit diesem Buch seine Arbeit beginnt, überhaupt nicht in der Lage, die Feinheiten und Eigenheiten der Charaktere einzufangen und weiterzugeben. Die Personen handeln völlig unglaubwürdig und "out of character". Die komplizierten Beziehungen zwischen z.B. Stefan, Damon, Elena und Bonnie aus den vorherigen Büchern werden weitgehend ignoriert. So ist z.B. Bonnies Reaktion darauf, dass Damon nicht tot ist nicht mit ihrem ursprünglichen Charakter zu vereinbaren. Die übernatürliche Storyline könnte vielleicht noch ok sein, aber auch diese zeichnet sich nicht gerade durch Raffinesse oder interessante Wendungen aus.

Ich würde jedem, dem die Hauptpersonen aus den ursprünglichen Büchern am Herzen liegen, raten, das Buch nicht zu lesen. Es tut ziemlich weh, sie so lieblos, unglaubwürdig und völlig unnatürlich agieren zu sehen (lesen). Ich kann weder dieses noch irgendein folgendes Buch der Serie, sofern nicht von L.J. Smith selbst geschrieben, empfehlen! Sehr schade.
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am 24. Juni 2012
First of all I have to say that it's a shame that now there's a ghost writer who's writing the books.It's just that I hate how original authors are forced to give up their long-year work which they worked on with all their heart even though they could do much better than any ghost writer.
The story as itself is okay, it's nothing new, nothing special, nothing overwhelming, but simply okay. The friends start college and oh what a surprise, people
suddenly disappear or are murdered, so far, so good. The ending is okay, the idea ---SPOILER--- of bringing Claus back seems like a desperate move though, as if the author doesn't have any ideas no more and needs some kind of evil being and just right there she remembers, that throughout the books (which she/he probably only read partially) there was a great big evil vamp
called Claus and now it's time to bring him up again, since he's so evil and powerful,bla bla bla. ---SPOILER END---
Another fact which is really annoying is the appearance of the minor characters. One could think they are only there to add 5 minutes of tension to the book to only be killed
5 minutes after their appearance. They are completely unimportant and unnecessary, even though they are befriended by our protagonists and could play a really good role, like ---SPOILER---
Samantha, who could have been another important companion, but simply got killed by some vamp ,which she, of course, couldn't kill even though she's a slayer like Meredith. Okay she my not be as good, but hey, really, she didn't do anything useful in the story even though she had some kind of skills, really I was very disappointed about her death. ---SPOILER END---
Then to our protagonists/important characters in the story:
"Meredith" : I like how her feelings are explained, since she was always the most "unemotional/rational/cold" one of the girls. We get to know more about how she feels about her fate and it is made clear that in some situations she's also overstressed and not always in perfect control of everything, that she, too, has her fears.
"Bonnie": Sorry, but I really hate how she is illustrated. It's like the progress she was making is now turning in the other direction and turning her into an extremely annoying person. I mean that thing with Damon, for me it didn't appear like that was just a little "crush" but true love, after all she followed him into the dark dimension/tried to stop him from going. I do like the kind of boyfriend she's got now and he really fits her, but I would much rather have seen her with Damon, than with anyone else (I confess I am a huge Bamon fan...). I don't like how she's always portrayed as if she's weaker than Meredith and Elena, that she's still always the childish one who is almost completely useless. I think there should be more of her strength shown even though there are already little hints of her becoming more independent.
"Elena": I have to admit, Elena's always been my last favourite character. I think she's egoistic,annoying,arrogant and doesn't know what she wants which hasn't changed at all in this book but has only become even worse. She doesn't deserve either of the brothers with her current attitude. ---SPOILER--- When she breaks up with both brothers she can't even stay consequent and "betrays" stefan only to tell him 10 seconds later how much she loves him and that she didn't want to hurt him,bla,bla,bla,just empty words if you ask me, because if she would really love him she couldn't hurt him like this, I think it's time fo her to finally decide who she wants. Other than that she hasn't added much tension to the storyline and seems rather useless as well, since she's lost her powers. Also the little side story about her parents didn't really reach me.---SPOILER END---
Matt: I really like how he's got a lot more "on-screen-time". I never considered him being a very important nor interesting character, but I think it's nice for a change. I also like how they show how easily guys like him can get into the "wrong area" even though it seems very stereotypical. In this book he was one of the few characters which I felt for, which I wished for to find a "happy ending".
"Damon": Yeah, a lot to say, and yet not so much. I love how he gets along with Stefan now, that they're finally behaving and feeling like brothers, especially the pool scene was great. What's missing are his evil little comments, the funny,cheeky comments of him, it's like he's lost a part of his character. Sure, he's trying to change and he's doing good so far, but still he needs to maintain his "witty" attitude. I was also disappointed (just like in the book before) how he all of a sudden seems to have lost his interest for bonnie since before she was like really important to him. Something I can also not understand is how he's letting Elena play around with him all the time, only to be hurt again. I think he should just let her fall and see what she gets by her stupid acts.
"Stefan": He's a really nice guy, but he starts to annoy me a little as well, even though I find it good how he doesn't forgive Elena immediately this time. Nevertheless I don't get why he's still putting up with her behaviour. It is also a nice progress that he gets along with Damon now.
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am 13. Dezember 2011
Wie vermutet, schafft es der Ghostwriter nicht, auf dem Level von L.J. Smith die Leser in seinen Bann zu ziehen.
Die Beziehungen untereinander sind teils lieblos und oberflächlich beschrieben.
Oft kommt mir vor als hätte sich der Ghostwriter gar nicht richtig mit den vorherigen Werken auseinandergesetzt.
Gefühle, Empfindungen zwischen Elena und Stefan werden von einem Kapitel ins andere fast wortwörtlich kopiert und wiederholt.

Die Verantwortlichen sollten sich schämen der Autorin die Rechte an Ihren Büchern genommen zu haben.

Auf die Fortsetzung "Werk" verzichte ich gerne.
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am 7. Mai 2016
what i found good at the beginning it got boring by time. The story is nice but at a certain point it makes no sense anymore. Still, i've read the whole series and i can sazý is ok. NOt wow...but ok
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am 30. Juli 2015
Ein super spannendes Buch. Leicht geschrieben und super fesselnd. Ich konnte es kaum aus der Hand legen und habe es binnen weniger Tage verschlungen.
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am 7. Mai 2012
Love the author, love the book. Even though this is written by a ghost writer, the author did a great job and it is only in minor details that the reader notices that this is not by L.J. Smith herself.
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am 14. Januar 2012
Das sehe ich ganz anders, ich finde es viiiel besser als den Mist den LJ Smith in den letzten 2 Büchern verzapft hat. DAS hatte mit der Ursprungsgeschichte nichts mehr zu tun und war für mich teils abartige Fantasy - jetzt wird es wieder besser und mehr so wie in Buch 1-3, die perfekt waren. Ich freue mich auf die Fortsetzungen!
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am 4. April 2012
Ich hab mir das Buch geholt da ich in einigen Tagen operiert werde und unbedingt was zum Lesen brauchte....man kennt das ja wenn man in Krankenhaus liegt und nix tun kann xD

Außerdem habe ich schon die anderen Bände gelesen und ich liebe die Story über die Dreiecksbeziehung zwischen Elena, Stephan und Damon. Auch ist es gut um sein englisch frisch zu halten!!!
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