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Thirst No. 3: The Eternal Dawn

Thirst No. 3: The Eternal Dawn

Written by Christopher Pike

Narrated by Mandy Siegfried


Thirst No. 3: The Eternal Dawn

Written by Christopher Pike

Narrated by Mandy Siegfried

ratings:
4.5/5 (10 ratings)
Length:
12 hours
Released:
Oct 5, 2010
ISBN:
9781442337428
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Description

When 5,000-year-old vampire Alisa discovers Teri, a long-lost descendent of her human family, all she wants is to get closer to her. But along with getting to know Teri, Alisa discovers an undeniable connection with Matt—Teri’s boyfriend. She’s not sure why she can’t stop thinking about Matt, and before she can figure it out, she’s attacked in her home by someone—or something—that is definitely not human. Determined to track down what appears to be a new race of immortals, Alisa travels with Matt to Europe and realizes there is more to unravel than she ever thought possible…and that nothing—including Matt—is at all what it seems.
Released:
Oct 5, 2010
ISBN:
9781442337428
Format:
Audiobook

Also available as...

Also available as bookBook

About the author

CHRISTOPHER PIKE is a bestselling and popular author of over forty teen thrillers, such as the Remember Me and Chain Letter series. He is also the author of the Alosha Trilogy and Thirst No. 1, a New York Times bestseller.


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  • (4/5)
    really good...the ending was sad...in a good way that actually made me cry
  • (4/5)
    Great book. Amazing plot. Not as great as the other books in the series but still very enjoyable. Would recommend to any thriller/paranormal reader.
  • (3/5)
    I was really aghast that Pike brought back this series of books. I know WHY he did, doesn't mean I like why. The first few chapters I was really angered at the direction he took. As SmplexlyRee stated in their review, the ending of the original series was perfect. Continuing reading, and once you decided to be OK with the how he brought her back, it was an OK book. I am a huge fan of Pike, however, after reading 3 different books of his w/in the last year I am seeing the same story but in a different setting. Maybe its my childhood fuzzy memories, but I don't recall him EVER doing that with past books. Let's see the Alosha series, the new direction of TLV series and now the Secret of Ka. I hate to say this, but I am actually getting bored with his stories! Out of the 3 the only one's I want another book from is the Alosha series but I doubt that will ever happen. Sigh.
  • (3/5)
    Pretty much pointless. Really, the series would have been much better if it was just TLV 1-3 aka Thirst No. 1. The voice is still engaging & I still like Sita, but it just feels like a money grab that spends a lot of time having little happen. And it sequel-baits in a way that TLV didn't really do.
  • (4/5)
    Christopher Pike's The Last Vampire series was one of my favorite things to read as a youngster. I purchased each book as it hit the shelves and devoured them gleefully. I was so terribly unhappy that the series ended in The Last Vampire: Creatures of Forever. That said, however, the ending of that book, the end of the series, was perfect. All the loose ends were tied up into a nice little bow. All questions answered. It was over.Imagine my surprise (and from what I've seen by poking around the internet, the surprise of many) when I saw that there was going to be a 7th book. What? But Sita's story was over! Done! Finished! We, her devoted fans, knew precisely what happened, we knew her story, we knew the truth, we'd read THE END. Boy were we fooled.Like many others I wondered how, after such a solid ending to the series, Christopher Pike could bring Sita back into the limelight. I imagined it would be stunningly brilliant, written eloquently and beautifully...the story would flow from the pages into my brain and I would sigh in utter bliss. Yeah, no.By the end of Chapter 2, I was so thoroughly and completely disgusted with the blatantly SILLY way that he brought her story back into play that I had to place my bookmark on the page, close the book, and walk away. It was that, or fly to Christopher Pike's house and ask him very plainly, "What were you THINKING?". And where was his EDITOR? Seriously?Of course, it's -Sita-, man. You have to find out what happens to her, you have to see. After a day or two, when my level of rage over the absolutely insanely boring way he explained things, I picked up the book again. Boy am I glad I did. I know that not everything Christopher Pike writes is a masterpiece. He's not the most brilliant author, at times his writing is choppy and he is repetitive in a way that makes me grit my teeth, but the story - ah the story! By the end of Chapter 3 I was hooked. I forgot, since it's been nearly a decade since I've read a Christopher Pike novel, that sometimes he starts slow. But then the flow happens and you're drawn into the tightly woven story that keeps you snugged tightly in its arms until it darn well chooses to release you. For me, that was at the very last page, the whispered words that sealed that particular portion of the novel also assured that I will be anxiously awaiting, and pre-ordering, Thirst No. 4. Yes, people, there's another coming. Summer of 2011, it says. Read stories 1 - 6 (or Thirst No 1 and Thirst No 2), Read Thirst No. 3: The Eternal Dawn. Sita dazzles, but not in that sparkly glittery craptastic way that Dear Eddie does...I promise you'll be enchanted.