Saturday, March 03, 2007

#21 Samantha: The Sorority by Tamara Thorne

My Rating: 8 out of 10 stars

At exclusive, isolated Greenbriar University, within the elite Gamma Eta Pi sorority, is a secret society known as the Fata Morgana. Its members are the most powerful women on campus—and the deadliest. For this is a sisterhood of evil, a centuries-old coven, and every girl who pledges herself to their wicked decadence does so for life... or death...

This last book in the trilogy was the best of the bunch! It picks up right where book 2 left off and answers a lot of unanswered questions from the previous books. Because of the way this picks right up from book 2, the trilogy is best read all at once, or at least within a reasonable time frame of one another.

In this novel, we discover a lot more about Samantha and what makes her tick, but also find out some very interesting information about Merilynn and her background as well. As the girls are drawn deeper into the mystery surrounding Gamma House and the Fata Morgana, Merilynn mysteriously disappears, and Sam and Kendra are putting together the pieces to try to find her, and discover the secrets hidden in the old sorority house. Malory and Brittany, the Greenbriar Ghost... how does it all tie in together? And what can be done to stop the evil that is causing these sorority girls to simply disappear without a trace?

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ErinPaperbackstash said...

The Sorority trilogy were some good books. I met Tamara in a chat room and won a contest with the series. She's a really sweet gal.