Teenage author Atwater-Rhodes returns to the vampires and witches of In the Forests of the Night for this fast-moving sequel. This time, she focuses on Jessica, . Though nobody at her high school knows it, Jessica is a published author. Her vampire novel, Tiger, Tiger, has just come out under the pen name Ash Night. Demon in My View is a vampire novel written by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes, and published on May 9, Originally titled Bitter Life, it was published when the.
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Demon in My View (Den of Shadows, #2) by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes
I wish that Atwater-Rhodes would have continued with these vampires, or at least this line of vampires. A quick read that has potential to develop into an interesting series. My non-writing hobbies are eclectic, and cover everything from rather domestic pastimes like cross-stitch and cooking to aquarium keeping, playing piano, gardening, carpentry, Harley-Davidsons, driving, and arguing- there are few things I enjoy atwater-rhofes than a good debate with someone who knows amelis to argue, which might have something to do with a best friend who works in politics.
Undeserved kinship of some sort.
Even though this is a young adult novel, I think you could read it regardless of how old you are because it’s so fabulously written. There were some pretty good fight scenes in this one though.
Fiery tempered, vicious, vengeful, and totally insane. Archived from the original on Good enough to entertain, but not gripping enough that I’m going to search out the other books in the series. She is too late, however, to stop a vampire dispatched by an angry Fala from killing her adoptive mother Anne in front of a crowd with a page from Dark Flame insulting Fala stuffed into Anne’s hand, bearing the warning “Stay in your place.
Are there witches there as well? He’s tough without being the strong and silent type and he isn’t over-romanticized like many vampires in today’s young adult novels.
Although some reviewers noted the more “teenage” feel to the novel and criticised Jessica’s resemblence to the author herself, the novel was generally praised.
I just don’t like Jessica as a character. While I am not embarrassed by my liking of In the Forest of the Night, this book, Demon in my View, is much more of a teenager book, probably because of the romance in it. I would have liked to have seen how the story progressed.
Oct 16, Alaina rated it really liked it Shelves: Why did Alex out of the blue decide to move to Ramsa, why does he hold such a strong profound hatred towards Caryn, and more importantly what happens when everything is revealed? When Jessica meets a boy named Alex who she wrote about in one of her books, her life starts to change.
This page was last edited on 8 Septemberat Feb 28, Rants and Bants rated it really liked it Shelves: The books in… More about Amelia Atwater-Rhodes. Caryn tries desperately to be her friend. After being threatened by Fala, a shaken Jessica challenges and confronts Aubrey, who, when handling his own emotions, realises his feelings and kisses Jessica before vanishing into the night. Return to Book Page.
Demon in My View
Demon in My View was generally well-received by critics, who continued in their praise of Rhodes’ unusually adult prose for a teenage girl. Cue Jessica and her weird dreams and ability to write the truth about the vampires. The dialogue and narrative are extremely unbalanced. I’ve read several of her books and yet have to find one I didn’t enjoy. Sep 15, Caroline rated it it was amazing Shelves: It may be because I haven’t read the first book in this collection, but I have no idea what a fledgeling is.
Novels by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. In response to this, she has developed a sharp and biting sarcastic wit to keep those who try to treat her as a charity case away.
This is clearly a lesson Atwater-Rhodes never learned. Although Jessica’s fiction begins to merge with real life, the chapters of the book are short, and the characters, though interesting, aren’t as well-rounded as they could have been.