Night World is a series of ten (with the tenth as yet unpublished) young-adult fantasy novels by American author L. J. Smith. The series presents a story in which vampires, witches, werewolves, and shapeshifters live among humans without their knowledge. These supernatural races make up a secret society known as the Night World, which enforces two fundamental laws to prevent discovery: 1) Never allow humans to gain knowledge of the Night World's existence and, 2) Never fall in love with a human.
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... Night World Information Collective This site contains information about the books, characters, and concepts of the Night World series ... Night World Official Website Review of all Night World published books Fanlisting for the Night World series ...
... Quinn features as a minor character in the previous Night World novel, Daughters of Darkness, while Lily appears as a minor character in the subsequent Night World novel Huntress ... Timmy makes a minor appearance in the previous Night World novel, Secret Vampire ...
... Night World Secret Vampire, Daughters of Darkness, Spellbinder (2008) ISBN 978-1-41-697450-5 Night World Dark Angel, The Chosen, Soulmate (2008) ISBN 978-1-41-6 ...
... The Witcher) Thierry de Bennicouer (Immortality Bites Series) Thierry Descoudres (Night World) Thibor Ferenczy (The Necroscope series) Thomas Raith (The Dresden Files) Thistle Galena (Night ...
... aka Mimi Force (Blue Bloods) Maddy Redfern (Rasmussen) (Night World) Mael(The Vampire Chronicles) Maggie (Twilight series) Maggie Roy (Vampire Beach series) Magnus (The Vampire Chronicles ...
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