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Threatened by the possibility of her destruction in a final battle between good and evil, Cassie must hope that her supernatural gifts are strong enough to obliterate the powers of evil.

If victorious, Cassie will win more than she ever dreamed. But if she and Diana fail, the Power will go to those who seek only to destroy.

©1992 Lisa Smith and Daniel Weiss Associates (P)2011 HarperCollinsPublishers

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A fitting end to a trilogy

I must say that all in all... A good listen. This book lies somewhere between Harry Potter and Twilight I believe in terms of the general progression and genre of the story. It does not have that intense love dynamic of Twilight but not as action packed and dynamic as Harry Potter. The entire novel has the potential (the story line and the world the novel takes place in) had the potential to be much grander and much more enthralling I believe. The reason it falls short though is because the character development, as good as it was, was not great. The main character most certainly grew, into her own as the book progressed but a lot of the happenings, minor characters and the relationships in the book seem a bit rushed. This is one novel that could stand to be 2 books longer to really bring out the full potential of the novel itself.

The narrator grew on me. From the first, to the second and now to the third book, the narrator seemed to grow stronger and better with each book she did or maybe it was that I enjoyed the book more as it progressed. She embodied the full cast very very well I find and really did Cassie well in this.

As I stated above, the story was good, but it could have been great if I didn't think certain aspects of the book or development of the story wasn't rushed over. Certainly a good read, something to pass the time and honestly if the author comes out with another book to this I will listen it. That being said... it isn't particularly an awe inspiring book of epic proportions but simply a good listen. I liked it!

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  • Debra
  • Bedford, TX, United States
  • 07-23-12

Very enjoyable/

Where does Secret Circle, Volume III: The Power rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

This was one of the better audiobooks.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Secret Circle, Volume III: The Power?

This was much needed after Volume II

What about Devon Sorvari’s performance did you like?

She was very good with the different characters voices.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

We did listen in one sitting as we did all the Secret Circle book serious on a cross country trip.

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  • Sandra
  • GRESHAM, OREGON, United States
  • 02-20-12

The tv series is actually better

I was quite surprised to find that the tv series is better than the books. Many times a tv series or movie doesn't do justice to the book, but not in this case.