Created by. L. J. SMITH. Written by Aubrey Clark. THE. SECRET. CIRCLE. The Divide Chapter 4. As she walked home from school that afternoon, Cassie. The Secret Circle has 12 entries in the series. The Divide. The Secret Circle ( Series). Book 4. L. J. Smith Author (). cover image of The Hunt. Common KnowledgeSeriesThe Secret Circle The Secret Circle: The Divide by L. J. Smith, 4. The Secret Circle: The Hunt by L. J. Smith, 5. The Secret Circle.
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The Secret Circle: The Divide Secret Circle; Volume number 4. The Secret Circle: The on soundofheaven.info To read e-books on the BookShout App, download it on. The Divide book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Keep your enemies close For the first time since moving to New. Read "The Secret Circle: The Divide" by L. J. Smith available from Rakuten Kobo. series Secret Circle #4 . Vampire Diaries: The First Bite 4-Book Collection.
I really loved the first Secret Circle books that I was a bit hesitant to read this one. The review must be at least 50 characters long. Learn About Loss. Oct 16, Erika rated it really liked it. Drivin' me nuts. Want to Read saving…. These books were my childhood.
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Lauren Kate. Goddess Interrupted. It is not a continuation of her original trilogy and L. This will be written by a ghostwriter. Smith has been removed from this series as well as The Vampire Diaries. Please show your support for L. Smith and do not purchase this book! View all 4 comments. Mar 17, Gabrielle added it.
I was estatic for a minute there I thought for just a moment that L. Smith actually wrote this.
Then I thought- wait, the cover looks so different. Oh crap, it's not actually by her, just another ghost writer. I would love to have another Secret Circle book, but I want it to be a book by the original author. Mar 20, Amber rated it did not like it. I hate that they did this. Just give her series to someone else and use her name! I won't read it now because it's not written by L.
Smith someone is taking her characters and they can do anything and everything with them and I'm afraid that it will end wrong. Because it ended perfectly now but they can't continue that because that's not exciting so they will change stuff and the ending I hate that they did this.
Because it ended perfectly now but they can't continue that because that's not exciting so they will change stuff and the ending will probably suck when they're finally done taking money from teens by writing a ton of bad sequels and you can never get your ending back. Once you've read these books you can never unread them, you can never forget what happened and it will ruin the series. I just hate this I won't read it and I will never ever buy it.
Oct 16, Erika rated it really liked it. As long as it's from the author herself. As many of you are aware, 'The Divide' is the fourth book in the Secret Circle series written not by L. J Smith but a ghost writer, Aubrey Clark.
When I first heard of this news I was very disappointed and upset that the series could continue without the author who created the series from the very beginning.
It did not make sense and it sounded like the worst idea at the time. Despite this, I gave it a shot wondering if Clark could really pull Before: Despite this, I gave it a shot wondering if Clark could really pull it off To my surprise she did.
She did not change the characters but left them as L. J Smith had written them to be like. Honestly the final book L. J Smith wrote for the Secret Circle series was good but it wasn't great It did not leave me wanting more. There definitely was an opening which Clark continued the series and made it more compelling to read.
J Smith never got around to mentioning the witch hunters or any real threat other then Black John, Cassie's father. For that reason I am glad that Clark decided to continue where Smith left off.
If I didn't see Aubrey Clark name written on the cover of the book and didn't know there was going to be a ghost writer writing the series than I probably would not have known that L.
J Smith didn't write it. This is because Aubrey Clark did a great job in continuing a great series Of course this series will always be L. J Smith's, no one can ever take that away from her. I am also not for ghost writers taking away another authors work, but I am definitely satisfied and glad this series continued. Can't wait to read the fifth book, 'The Hunt'! View all 7 comments. Jul 05, Gina rated it did not like it. Just as a note: This book was NOT written by L. I really think that Goodreads should FIX this.
It was written by another author using L. This book is really what the television series was based off of, which is why the series was no where near as good as the original books. Why am I being so harsh? First of all the book starts out with Cassie and Adam contemplating blowing off a circle meeting for a make-out session. Afraid of Faye.
The author also made Cassie almost jealous and uneasy around Diana, which is very inaccurate and totally does not mesh with the ending of the original trilogy. The entire book had a lot of strange things like that going on. The biggest issue I had was the addition of a half-sibling for Cassie claiming that she was the one Black John had intended to join the circle, not Cassie. Ummm what?! Black John told Cassie himself that she was the one he wanted in the circle.
That's why he killed Chris and Doug's little sister. If he had not wanted Cassie in the circle, he would have killed her as well.
It was just all a little too far-fetched and WAY off course. The entire book came off angsty and as if Cassie did not feel like she belonged in the circle. Cassie got over THAT misconception in book 1!
Jan 25, Maisoon Al-mahrouqi rated it did not like it. I have five words to say: Off with the ghost writer's head. No, wait, that was six words. View all 5 comments. If it isn't written by L. Smith, I'm not interested and if I do actually review it, it will be from the library and will be burnt after reading just so I can give it a bad review. The first three books were brilliant and if this is written by anyone other than L.
That's all I will say. I knew going into it that this book was not actually written by L. Smith but I literally didn't care. The story is still good and the writing is good. This story is central to each member of the Circle, and the whole tone felt off to me. Diana, who was so sweet and just, is now rude to Outsiders and acts jealous towards Cassie. Cassie, who stumbled along and was always guilty for her mistakes, who put loyalty to Diana and the Circle over e Meh.
Cassie, who stumbled along and was always guilty for her mistakes, who put loyalty to Diana and the Circle over everything, is completely childish and angry in this book. Cassie feels jealousy over Adam's devotion to the Circle over her, and she whines over Nick not wanting to speak to her anymore. The rest of the Circle is practically nonexistent except for Nick looking "cold and handsome" and Faye acting promiscuous and bratty. Even though the 3rd book the last one actually written by L.
Like I said, not a bad book. A good story with a good plot twist, excitement and cast of characters. But it doesn't feel the same. View 1 comment. Apr 22, Khristine Stain rated it did not like it. Basically its publisher approved fan fiction. And the ghost writers sure enough are being paid, otherwise why would eight different 'Created L.
Smith' books of her original series be popping up all over the place like acne on a teenager? It wouldn't be allowed for someone other than J K Rowling to write a continuation of Harry Potter or a spin-off. Please stop ripping off the original author. We all loved her original novels in the 90s and still love them to this day.
It makes sense if you have a working brain. This ghost writing crap does not.
View all 8 comments. Mar 19, Jamie R rated it did not like it Shelves: I wasn't sure if I would read this, because the situation LJ Smith is in with Alloy Entertainment is seriously uncool and I don't want to support this series going to a ghostwriter. But, I've waited twenty years for another Secret Circle book, so there's no way I can avoid my curiosity.
I'm on chapter 6, and this book sucks. It is very obviously written by someone who doesn't give a damn about the original series. The characters are WRONG, the writing is boring and off, and the timeline i I wasn't sure if I would read this, because the situation LJ Smith is in with Alloy Entertainment is seriously uncool and I don't want to support this series going to a ghostwriter. The characters are WRONG, the writing is boring and off, and the timeline is completely wrong and I'm only on chapter 6!
DON'T bother reading it. DON'T give Alloy your money. These books were my childhood. Fuck you Alloy, for messing with that. If you want to force a particular order, use the character to divide the number and the descriptor.
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