The Secret Circle by L. J. Smith
The Initiation and The Captive Part I

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I would recommend this book (and trilogy) to those who enjoys a good fictional story and a fun read. 
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Synopsis

The Circle’s power has lured her home. . . .

Forced to move from sunny California to gloomy New England, Cassie longs for her old life. Even so, she feels a strange kinship to a terrifying group of teens who seem to rule her school. Initiated into the coven of witches that’s controlled New Salem for hundreds of years, she’s drawn into the Secret Circle, a thrill that’s both intoxicating and deadly. But when she falls for the mysterious and intriguing Adam, Cassie must choose whether to resist temptation or risk dark forces to get what she wants—even if it means that one wrong move could ultimately destroy her.

 

About L. J. Smith

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L. J. Smith is the author of The Vampire Diaries (now a hit TV show), The Secret Circle, The Forbidden Game, Night World, and the #1 New York Times bestselling Dark Visions. She loves to hear from readers and hopes they will visit her website at www.ljanesmith.net.
 
Published September 20, 2011 by HarperTeen. 421 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Young Adult, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Critic reviews for The Secret Circle
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City Book Review

Below average
Reviewed by Debbie Suzuki on Jun 14 2012

In this book there are some jarring changes to the personalities of several characters.

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Yahoo! Voices

Good
Reviewed by Lorena Richie on Feb 08 2011

I would recommend this book (and trilogy) to those who enjoys a good fictional story and a fun read. 

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The Centinal

Good
Reviewed by Megan Wolter on Sep 15 2011

I loved this book series because it was written in the early ‘90’s, right when the supernatural genre was starting up.

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The Juggler

Good
Reviewed by Scott on Mar 09 2011

As whole, this property is promising material for a television show, and there is still some good hope that it might be a reasonably Pagan-friendly one.

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