Start by marking “Strange Fate (Night World, #10)” as Want to Read: They are part of the Night World. L.J. SMITH, Lisa Jane Smith, is the New York Times #1 Bestselling author of The Vampire Diaries, The Secret Circle, The Forbidden Game, Dark Visions, Wildworld and Night World. The Night World is all around us. The creatures of the Night World--vampires, werewolves, witches and shapeshifters--live among us. They are incredibly. Highest rank # in shapeshifters When the millennium is coming so is the end of the world. With three of the wild powers found Sarah is the last one remain.

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Strange Fate will be the tenth book in the Night World series by New York Times bestselling writer L. J. Smith. Contents[show] Summary Sarah Strange is a. If it's at all possible I'm even more excited for the book than I was before! Reply | Reply . Really, when is the eBook coming out? The strange fate is the conclusion to the night world series. Must be 0 # RE: Strange Fate Chapter 1 Outline with Ch. 1 Download — Guest that was. DOWNLOAD THE STORY: PDF, KB .. thx a bunch for this preview. i just finished reading the other night world books (for the th time) and am now . +2 # strange fate night world — sarah mcclellan . 0 # I love all your night world series — Nickki Lyons

It is a curious fate for a series that seemed popular, and I would appreciate any help finding it.

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Rumours abound but if possible, I'd like to know how I can get hold of a copy or when a reprint is due if at all. Leiali , Jun 7, No ideas? Is it really that mysterious? Has anyone at least heard of it? Curiouser and Curiouser. Leiali , Jun 13, Jul 4, Messages: To be honest with you, I don't know what's going on with Strange Fate. I've also heard that L. J Smith is going to be re-writing the books and writing 'inbetween' stories to explain what happened inbetween each book.

Not sure if any of these things are actually gonna happen though. Not Yet Printed Publisher: Hodder Children's Books Format: Paperback Publication Date: USA, Canada. Last edited: Jul 4, DreamGazer , Jul 4, Thank you Dreamgazer - some information is better than none, plus it at least is available here in the UK!

Leiali , Jul 4, Aug 24, Messages: Kestrel , Aug 24, Thank you and welcome Kestrel, my friend will be really pleased! Leiali , Aug 25, Hi, new news from her publisher strange fate will not be the last of the nightworld series, there will be at least 2 more books to wrap it up.

All of the books in this series will be re released with new covers, a dedication page, and a short story. As for strange fate, it might be coming out earlier than october 19th , the new release date as of yesterday when i talked to the publisher was january So keep on the lookout.

Kestrel , Aug 26, Sep 25, Messages: Kestrel, could you tell me which publisher you contacted so i can get the most up to date UK news? The lag time between US and UK publication can be horrendous sometimes! Thank you. I receive all my information from my aunt who works for pocket books. If you visit simon says. Kestrel , Sep 26, Cool, thanks! Jan 16, Messages: Jan 27, Messages: Jan 27, Tabz , Jan 27, Jan 29, Messages: Confused I'm also kind of new at this, but I've seen most of the posts about Strange Fate I've read a lot of Kestrel's and I still have a few questions.

How do I get one in the U. Is there a certain website or store that I can go to? Where will they be published first? As she is the purest vampire in existence, Maya possesses abilities unknown to her descendants.

This includes the ability to shapeshift into a large batlike creature similar to many fictional vampires. She also retains her ability to access magical forces and practice witchcraft. Despite their genealogical roots in witchcraft, vampire society is patriarchal.

Lamia of the Redfern family possess a greater concentration of witch blood and are thus able to tap into the same forces as their foremother to perform a "kinship ceremony" for familial strengthening. The symbol for the lamia is not depicted in the books. Lamia such as James Rasmussen are known to carry the image of a black iris - which is the symbol for the Black Iris Club, a popular night club for the denizens of the Night World. The symbol for made vampires is a black rose. Main Characters[ edit ] Lamia Ash Redfern - One of the leading characters in the second book of the series, Ash is described as having ash-blonde hair with ever-changing eyes which he inherits depending on his mood.

He is a very arrogant and lazy "bad boy" who prefers to play with humans and is very selfish; though all of that changes when he meets Mary-Lynnette Carter, his soulmate, whom he loves enough to change his entire life. Ash leaves at the end of the book to make up for his past mistakes, planning to return to Mary-Lynnette afterwards. James Rasmussen - The second lead character in the first book, James has grey eyes and brown hair and is described as looking like James Dean by his soulmate. He is considered a "bad boy" in his school but acts like that to hide his true nature.

He has a new girlfriend every few weeks, but uses them as blood donors. When he is near his best friend, and later, soulmate, Poppy North, he is gentle and deeply cares about her, even though she is human.

His cousin is Ash Redfern, to whom he is related through his mother. Jezebel "Jez" Redfern - Jez is the protagonist of the seventh book Huntress. Believing she is a full vampire, she is a leader of a Night World group that hunts humans at the beginning of the book. She later realizes that she is half-human: her mother was a human and her father was a vampire.

She has long, curly, flaming red hair and silvery-blue eyes. She is described as being stubborn and hotheaded by her soulmate, Morgead Blackthorn, the second leader of her group. She is a cousin of James and Ash. Jez is the first Wild Power. Morgead Blackthorn - Morgead is Jez's soulmate and is seventeen years old. He is conceited, hotheaded, stubborn, and power-hungry. Morgead is the second leader of the group that hunts humans.

His mother left when he was young and he tries to hide the loneliness this made him feel. He has gem-green eyes and dark hair. He hates humans, though later joins Circle Daybreak when he realises that his best friend and soulmate is half-human, as well as a Wild Power. They run away from a small island to Briar Creek in order to live as normal people rather than be controlled.

In the process they meet Mary-Lynnette Carter, who in fact turns out to be Ash's soulmate, and her brother, Mark, whom Jade claims is her soulmate.

Rowan is the oldest of the family and is gentle and caring with chestnut-coloured hair and sweet brown eyes. Kestrel is the opposite, with long, golden hair and golden eyes. She is described by Mary-Lynnette as a real Night World member, as she enjoys hunting and acts carelessly. Jade is the youngest sister and has long, silvery-blonde hair, which she uses to hide her face; people take this as shyness, but it is really an act she uses to hide her inner feelings. She has green eyes and is bubbly.

Delos Redfern - Delos is the unknown prince of the secret Dark Kingdom and is the great-great-grandson of Hunter Redfern. He is very strong and is the second Wild Power. Unlike the other Wild Powers, he discovered his powers as a child, causing his father to view him as a secret weapon rather than as his son.

Delos hates humans and mixing with others, and even though people think of him as a selfish boy, he feels vulnerable on the inside. He has yellow eyes and black hair and is the soulmate of a human girl called Maggie Neely, the protagonist of the eighth book Black Dawn. He is unsympathetic to humans, despite the fact that he used to be one, until he meets his soulmate Rashel Jordan, who happens to be the most feared vampire hunter in Night World history.

Quinn was born in Boston in the s and was turned by Hunter Redfern after falling in love with Redfern's daughter, Dove.

He was turned without consent, and is scared, confused and angry when he wakes up in Redfern's cabin. He escapes and goes to his father for help, but Quinn's father tries to kill him, accidentally staking Dove instead. After that, Quinn thinks of himself only as a vampire. Quinn has black hair and black eyes. Poppy North - Poppy is the protagonist of the first book Secret Vampire.

She is James Rasmussen's childhood friend and later his soulmate. They have been best friends since they were four years old. Poppy is stubborn and quite hyper, as well as curious about the world. She always believed she would marry James when they grew up and secretly loves him. She has coppery curly hair with green eyes and is the twin sister of Phillip North. She was turned into a vampire by James after they discovered she was dying of stage three pancreatic cancer.

Her twin Phillip was opposed to this plan. However, he allowed it when he realized it was the only way to save his sister. Poppy and her brother are found to be lost witches from their father's side of the family.

Thierry Descouedres - Thierry holds the title "Lord of the Night World" and was the first made vampire. He was the second vampire in existence after Maya. He found his soulmate, an Old Soul named Hannah, soon after he was turned and has spent the thousands of years he has been alive in a continuous cycle of waiting for her to be reincarnated, searching for her, then having her die before her seventeenth birthday.

It is a repetition of an ill-fated accident that happened during her first lifetime. She was accidentally killed by Thierry that first time and intentionally murdered by Maya in every lifetime after. It is a cycle he is desperate to break. Thierry has dark eyes and mid-long blond hair which he wears in a ponytail. He is the leader of Circle Daybreak and plans to recruit all the Wild Powers in order to win the final battle. He was changed by Maya in the stone age because she felt she was in love with him, the same reason she repeatedly kills Thierry's soulmate through all of her lifetimes.

His original name was Theorn, and he belonged to the witch tribe led by Maya's sister Hellewise. Witch[ edit ] The witches of the Night World novels are largely based on the neo-pagan religion of Wicca as well as the Goddess Movement.

They are a matriarchy which traces its lineage to the first tribe of sorceresses ruled by Hecate Witch-Queen and later her daughter, Hellewise Hearth-Woman. All witches are considered "daughters of Hellewise" by virtue of having inherited her teachings.

However, the Harman family are direct descents of Hellewise through the women in their line. The first vampire - Maya - was Hellewise's sister and thus all vampires share witch blood. Those who take to heart Hellewise's bidding to "harm none" the Wiccan Rede belong to Circle Twilight, while Circle Midnight is made up of witches who practice darker magic.

The final and newest circle, Circle Daybreak, is dedicated to protecting all life. Throughout the entire Night World series you will see new members joining and will briefly encounter characters from the entire series. They are mostly separate from the other two circles and are like the secret group of the supernatural community. Most members have found refuge with their soulmates here.

The Inner Circle is a coven of the nine most magically talented witches, whom Thea Harman calls "the witch geniuses, the prodigies and the sages, the far-seers, the teachers, the policy-makers" [4] in Spellbinder. All witches are answerable to the Inner Circle before the Night World council, although an association probably exists between them, but this isn't specified. A third renegade Circle also exists, known as Circle Daybreak, first mentioned in Spellbinder, which promotes the teaching of magic to humans and peace between the races.

This circle used to exist alongside the other two but was banned due to the persecution of witches during the Burning Times.

Circle Daybreak is kept secret from the rest of the Night World, although a few suspect its renewed existence. During the events leading up to the apocalypse , the witches opt to leave the Night World and join Circle Daybreak, as they want to help save the world, whereas the Night World council and most of the vampires want to take over and enslave the other races. Iron is mentioned in Daughters of Darkness as their poison.

Main Characters[ edit ] Thea Harman - Thea is a sweet girl compared to her cousin Blaise and is the main protagonist of the third book, Spellbinder. She has long, blonde hair and sweet brown eyes. She wants to be a veterinarian when she grows up, and even though she doesn't tell humans about her nature, she still wants to help them.

She has a human soulmate, Eric Ross, and is a cross-cousin of the Redferns. She is the persona of Hellewise, one of the two original daughters of Hecate Witch-Queen. Blaise Harman - Blaise is one of the lead characters in the third book.

She is a witch royal who is described as being a girl who bewitches boys for sport and hates humans. She is a cross-cousin of the Redferns and the cousin although they were raised like sisters of Thea Harman. She has long, dark hair and smoky, grey eyes. She represents the persona of Maya, the original vampire and daughter of Hecate.

Sylvia Weald - Sylvia is one of the characters in Black Dawn. She is dating Maggie Neely's brother, whom she changes into a shapeshifter.

She sides with Hunter Redfern and binds Delos's powers before the maiden of witches, Aradia, changes her mind. She is killed by one of Hunter's guardians seconds after she releases Delos. Lost witches Gillian Lennox Harman - Gillian is told of her heritage by her dead cousin who comes back as an "Angel".

She is a petite girl with short silver-blonde hair and violet eyes. She is a distant cousin of Thea and Blaise as well as the Redferns. She has a human soulmate, David Blackburn, with whom she joins Circle Daybreak. Gillian is descended for the lost Harman twins, Elspeth and Emmeth. She is also prophesied to be the Witch Child.

She spends most of the book denying that she is a witch, but eventually accepts her fate. As the Witch Child, she was supposed to marry the Prince of the Shapeshifters, but she refused. Poppy North - Poppy was a lost witch along with her twin brother, Phillip North, and dying of pancreatic cancer before her best friend, James, turns her into a vampire.

James figures out that she is a witch when she dreams of Ash before they even meet, develops an extremely strong telepathic ability, and screams to James while inside her dream about Ash.

When she screams in her dream, three people hear it: James, Phillip, and her dad. Poppy has curly red hair and emerald green eyes. Phillip North - Phillip is the twin brother of Poppy North. He is extremely straitlaced and responsible. He opposes Poppy and James's relationship, because of James's reputation with girls. When he learns about his real heritage, he chooses to live as a human, though he does keep in contact with Poppy and knows about the other Night World creatures.

Phillip is tall, smart, and athletic, with blond hair and green eyes. Gary Fargeon "Angel" - Not much is known about Gary because he died when he was seventeen in a car accident. He is descended from the lost Harman twins, and he had recently discovered he was a witch before he died.

He is frequently described as an impossibly beautiful teenage boy, although his exact description is never given though he does have the violet eyes that the Harmans are known for as well as sunshine blond hair. He wants to rejoin the world of the living and develops a dangerous plan.

In the end, Gary's soul finally rests in peace with a little help from his cousin Gillian.

Werewolf[ edit ] A werewolf is a type of shapeshifter. As no main characters in any of the novels have been werewolves Lupe Acevedo in Soulmate was only half-werewolf and she was a minor character; and there was barely anything known about Jeremy Lovett from Daughters of Darkness , less is known about this species than others.

In Night World, werewolves sometimes called 'wolves or just wolves can transform from human to wolf and vice versa at will. In Daughters of Darkness, werewolves are described as wolves that take human form, rather than the reverse. This means that they have animal instincts and urges, even in human form. This is all contrary to modern werewolf lore, in which a werewolf is basically a normal person but undergoes an involuntary transformation. Though it is not stated explicitly, it appears that, like vampires, werewolves can be born as such and can also be made.

Unlike vampires, werewolves must kill every time they feed because they need to consume organs. Thus, Night World law states that werewolves can kill and eat only animals. In the Night World, werewolves are treated as second-class citizens and are the victims of prejudice and racism.

As in modern werewolf lore, Night World werewolves are harmed by silver. The symbol for werewolves is a black foxglove. They are described by other members of the Night World such as James as having low intelligence levels.

Main Characters[ edit ] Jeremy Lovett - Jeremy is seen in the second book Daughter of Darkness and is best friends with Mary-Lynette Carter, the protagonist of the book. Mary-Lynette thinks of him as a vulnerable boy since he doesn't have anyone to live with.

However, this is not entirely true. He is a territorial werewolf who doesn't obey Night World law and kills his uncle as well as a hiker in the woods. He fell in love with Mary-Lynette and tried to turn her into a werewolf. When Ash Redfern attempted to stop him, Jeremy attacked.

Mary-Lynette killed Jeremy to save her soulmate Ash's life.

Jeremy's unusual behavior while in werewolf form is why the local creek is named "Mad Dog Creek". Lupe Acevedo - Lupe is different from any other werewolf described and seen in the series. She is smart and one of Thierry's most trusted agents. She is half-human, half-werewolf. Thierry saved her.

She in turn saves Hannah when she is attacked by other werewolves in the sixth book Soulmate. She has silvery-brown hair with yellow eyes. Shapeshifter[ edit ] Shapeshifters appear later in the series; no main character is a shapeshifter until the ninth book, Witchlight.

Before that, only allusions to shapeshifters are made, usually in the context of a Night Person explaining the Night World to a human and listing the Night World species.

In Witchlight, the protagonist, Keller, is a shapeshifter. She has the ability to change into the form of a panther at will. Some history about shapeshifters is given in Witchlight.

Shapeshifters had control of the world long before witches and vampires. Their leaders were known as "Dragons", beings that could change into the form of any animal as long as they have had physical contact to that animal normally shapeshifters can change into only one pre-determined animal form. To kill a dragon you must remove its horns. The more horns it has, the more powerful it is.

The witches rose to power and put the dragons to sleep, except for the youngest one, the dragon princess, who was only 4 at the time. The witches left her awake and raised her, carefully watching over her. All of the ruling house of shapeshifters are descended from her. The descendants of the ruling house have the ability to choose what animal they will become, but this choice is permanent. In the early books of the series, werewolves and shapeshifters are described as separate groups or races of the Night World.

For example, in Daughters of Darkness, Night World is described as comprising vampires, "witches and werewolves and shapeshifters, too". In Witchlight, when Keller tells the history of shapeshifters, she lists felines, bears, eagles, and wolves as groups or clans within the shapeshifter race. However, in Witchlight there is no real mention of Keller feeding or abiding by the rules for werewolves described in Daughters of Darkness.

The symbol for shapeshifters is a black lily. The type differs, for example tigers use tiger lilies. She prefers being called by her last name as her first name means "demon". She is strong and secretive and she never shows her inner feelings to anyone.

She is half shapeshifter, half human, and can turn into a panther. She prefers to work hard and repay Circle Daybreak for raising her after she was abandoned.

When she was discovered as a baby, she was in human form, but with a panther's ears and tail. Keller has long, black hair with silvery-grey eyes and is the only shapeshifter that has taken a main role in the series. On the author's website, we learn that she is Rashel Jordan's fraternal twin. He is gentle, loving, and caring, like Iliana, and isn't a fighter, but he does try his best when Keller is about to get killed by a dragon.

He was supposed to marry Iliana, but when Iliana realizes that Galen is Keller's soulmate, she tells them that their love is something no one could ever interfere with. He has golden hair with green-golden eyes. As a Prince, he gets to choose his animal shape and becomes a leopard at the end of the book to save Keller.

Miles Neely - Miles is a made shapeshifter who can turn into a falcon and is the older brother of Maggie Neely. He got turned into a shapeshifter by his girlfriend, Sylvia Weald, a witch. He and Maggie bear a strong resemblance to each other.

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He has brown eyes and auburn hair. Human[ edit ] While the series is largely supernaturally-centered, humans do play a major role both as supporting characters and occasionally main characters or antagonists. Humans - or Homo sapiens Latin: "wise men" - are the reigning species of the known planet with few magical attributes.

Humans have a main role as some of the protagonists in the series. Due in part both to their status as the dominant species as well as their largely adverse affects on the Earth, the Night World has endeavored to keep their existence a secret from humanity.

The approach of the Apocalypse is due to the Night World's attempts at enslaving mankind.

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While humans innately possess little to no paranormal attributes, they still possess undying souls subject to the Soulmate Principle as well as possibly being reincarnated over the span of centuries or more.After that, a ghostwriter took over the rest of the series. In her blogs Ms. Last edited: To ask other readers questions about Strange Fate , please sign up. Please let it come already! Guestbook Vault. And it was loved.