L. J. Smith
Night World: The Ultimate Fan Guide is a tie-in novel to the Night World series.
The Night World isn’t a place. It’s all around us. It’s a secret society of vampires, werewolves, witches, and other creatures of darkness that live among us. In the third bind-up of this series, the Night People are preparing for the apocalypse to destroy the human world. Four teenagers have been given special powers to prevent the impending destruction, but first they, and their soulmates, must survive. In Huntress, a hunter—who is half vampire—stalks other vampires to protect humans. A vampire prince falls in love with a girl he enslaves in Black Dawn. And a shapeshifter must protect a rebellious teenager in Witchlight.
- Letter from L. J. Smith.
- Made Vampires
- Humans, Vermin, Outsiders
- Old Souls
- What Is Your Clan? quiz
- The Soulmate Principle
- What Is Your Soulmate Relationship? quiz
- The Prophecy
- Circle Daybreak
- The Wild Powers
- Night World Nostalgia
- 25 Facts About L. J. Smith
- L. J. Smith and the Night World—Revealed!
- Notes on the Chapters from L. J. Smith: In Her Own Word
- Strange Fate Excerpt
- It is mentioned that Thea called upon her "own power as a daughter of Hecate" in Spellbinder, when in fact it was Hellewise and not Hecate.
- Thea was stated to be adopted into the Harman Family and is in fact an Avery by heritage through her mother. This contradicts both Spellbinder and the official Night World family tree. Throughout the Night World series, Thea was stated to be one of Hellewise's direct descendants (and even bears a strong resemblance to her). Furthermore, since Thea and her cousin Blaise's mothers were twin sisters, this would mean that both cousins would not be Harmans by birthright.
- However, this could've simply been an abandoned plot element that was mistakenly placed in the fan guide.