House of Night Boxed Set

House of Night Boxed Set

by P. C. Cast, Kristin Cast

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Overview

Dare to enter P.C. Cast and Kristin Cast's the House of Night with the first four titles of the series collected in a beautifully designed boxed set

The House of Night is a thrilling, New York Times bestselling book series that follows 16-year-old Zoey Redbird as she is "Marked" by a vampyre tracker and begins to undergo the "Change" into an actual vampyre. She has to leave her family in Broken Arrow, OK, and move into the House of Night, a boarding school for other fledgling vampyres like her.

It's tough to begin a new life, away from her parents and friends, and on top of that, Zoey finds she is no average fledgling. She has been Marked as special by the vampyre Goddess, Nyx. Although Zoey has awesome new powers, it's hard to fit in when everyone knows you're "special." As Zoey tries to make new friends and maybe find a hot boyfriend (or two), she comes up against all kinds of evil, from the perfect-looking, super-popular girl with not-so-faultless plans, to the mysterious deaths happening at the House of Night and all over Tulsa. Things at the House of Night are not always what they seem. Can Zoey find the courage deep within herself to find the truth and embrace her destiny?

House of Night Boxed Set Includes:

Book one: Marked

Book two: Betrayed

Book three: Chosen

Book four: Untamed

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780312372132
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Publication date: 10/27/2009
Series: House of Night Series
Edition description: Boxed Set
Pages: 1264
Sales rank: 57,623
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.58(h) x 3.68(d)
Age Range: 13 - 17 Years

About the Author

P.C. CAST is an award-winning fantasy and paranormal romance author, as well as an experienced speaker and teacher. Her novels have been awarded the prestigious Prism, Daphne du Maurier, Affaire du Coeur, and other awards. She lives in Oklahoma. KRISTIN CAST has won awards for her poetry and journalism. She also lives in Oklahoma where she attends the University of Tulsa as a communications major.

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House of Night Boxed Set 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 197 reviews.
theReader278 More than 1 year ago
I loved reading those books! The stories keep you entertained for hours.
straberiwine More than 1 year ago
I bought book 1 b/c I was away on business and bored out of my mind sitting in a hotel room at night. That said, I had read books 1 and 2 by the time my 4 day conference was complete and had bought and read all 6 books within two weeks. Zoey's character was well developed and addictive. I couldn't put the books down once I got started, and read the last two cover-to-cover in a day. In my opinion, this series surpasses the Twilight saga (and that's saying A LOT b/c I'm a serious Twi-hard). I loved the drama of teenage angst as well as the end-of-the-world situations the gang constantly found themselves in. Definitely worth the investment to me as I intend to read them again and again.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I wasn't so sure about these books when I first looked at them online. I ordered them anyways and started reading them right away. I'm about 100 pages away from finishing the 6th book and I already have the 7th pre-ordered! I absolutely love these books! There's no sparkling vampires, even though I loved the Twilight Saga, and it's more realistic in a sense. I would highly recommend this series and I hope that there are more books that will become a part of this series!
Terpsichore-3 More than 1 year ago
This box set introduces a new world of humans and vampiers. It opens a world where vampiers are just another part of the world and have always been, not really accepted but expected. The first book 'Marked' is a little slow at the beginging but picks up when Zoey ends up at the House of Night. The problems facing Zoey as she starts to go through the change to find a place to just fit in as all of us want to do. The second book 'Betrayed' focus on Zoey having to cope with her past and present. The decisions that she needs to make could effect her relationships with her new life. The third book 'Chosen' Zoey is minipulated in to confessing some of her secrets only to have everything blow up in her face. In the fourth book 'Untamed' Zoey takes the bull by the horns and faces her problems head on with a sledgehammer and we all know how well that works out. This series deals with teenage angst and teaches a lesson with each book on how our decisions effect all of those around us. It is a nice easy an enjoyable read.
thatsmyhat77 More than 1 year ago
Having read reviews from many magazines, I was pretty excited to try this series. However, after finishing book 1 and starting book 2, I have to say I'm not really impressed. It's a different take on vampirism, which I liked, however, the authors delve into other aspects of the supernatural, like summoning/casting circles and the 5 elements. It just doesn't seem coherent to me...feels more like a story about witches than vampires.
elizabethbennet More than 1 year ago
I did cry while reading betrayed, an important characher dies and i have grown close to my charachters. I cannot wait to read the rest of the series to find out what Zoey Redbird will do next. I am also excited about Zoey's tattoos she aquires every time she accompliches something major. I also find it refreshing to see alot of in the now things going on or being written about in the stories for example in the first book Zoey made a reference to the movie French Kiss and this is one of my all time favorite movies. I have fun sharing this details and this book with my sister and also a friend at work has already read the entire series after reading Marked ( and i loaned her marked so now she is hooked).
volleyash7 More than 1 year ago
This series is one of my favorite vampire series. I have read the books over and over again. If you like teen vampire books this is one of the best series out there. This one is my second of all that I have read and I have read alot. The characters are relateable and you get caught up in the struggles of the characters. The plot is unpredictable and keeps yo uhooked. I finished every one of the books in 1 day apiece.
ChrysIA More than 1 year ago
i was basically forced to read the first book...and then i bought all six of them!!! The books definitely draw you in and keep you in till the last page and always leaves you wanting more!!!!!-
ramonayancey on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
These are such amazing books.i got to reading them and fell in love with the characters and the story line is awesome i just love vampyres and immortals these book are so different from the other vampire books.I just couldnt put this series down.you will love them.
SaTh0921 on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
The House of Night books 1-4, by P.C. Cast, is about a girl named Zoey Redbird who is a fledgling vampire and is training to become a High Priestess. This are amazing books about first love and the lust for blood, even though they are a little bit short.
rhrh319 on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
While I really like this series and became hooked at the first line ("Just when I thought my day couldn't get any worse I saw the dead guy standing next to my locker"), it really blurs the lines between vampirism and wicca. I enjoyed the concept of a vampire finishing school and the characters are in-depth and facinating. Just when you think you know what Zoey is going to do, the story shifts and everything changes. Being a huge fan of vampire stories, but having no interest in witchcraft keeps me from loving it. Regardless it is a great storyline that takes you on a wild roller coaster ride throughout. Each character is gradually molded (and sometimes changed completely) and intertwined with the others. I found myself truly caring about each one, which is why I now own every single book (and pre-order the new ones!). I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys a vampire story. Just be aware of heavy wicca overtones.
JustJen on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
I read this book to pass an afternoon thinking that it would be another witty but still overtly cheesy teen romance. Unfortunately only the latter part is true. This is probably one of the poorest quality published works of fiction I have read in a long time. I have two main problems with this book:1) I hate the main character. It is not easy to sympathise or empathise with a girl who seems to have little conscience or moralisation - and likes to whine about this fact on every page. "Oh God, I'm in love with another boy. What do I do?" Boo for you, get over it and show some consistancy.2) The "down with the kids" approach the authors seem to take to language. I have never met anyone who speaks this way - granted, I'm not an American teen, but as a nineteen year old student studying English this book grates every nerve of my being. Particularly the parts where she refuses to swear and comes out with utter drivel - "poopy" being a common favourite. Even my friends (I have 3 who are the children of vicars) let slip a nice old swear word every now and then. It's a fact of life.I hate to sound mean, and clearly this is a popular book so kudos to you if you enjoyed it. I just needed to get that off my chest and warn ANYONE WITH A STRONG BELIEF IN THE GOODNESS OF MONOGAMY AND GRAMMAR: STEER CLEAR OF THIS BOOK.I give it two stars only because the creativity of the story keeps me reading. That, and my wish to see Zoey Redbird (maybe?) get her comeuppance. I can hope....
Tien621 More than 1 year ago
At first, I really liked this series.  I liked the story idea, but not so much of the writing style.  The writing style is more of how a teenager would typically speak.  I understand the main characters are young and  teenagers speak in a different way, but it just bothered me.  Maybe it has something to do with reading  Dracula or Frankenstein before continuing to read more of the series or the fact that I'm no longer a  teenager any more.  It's a great read if you're a young teenager, but if you're looking for a more adultish book, than this isn't for you.
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