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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In terms of this book, I loved the idea that view spoiler [the first book was actually a book that Jessica wrote, hide spoiler ] but I think I’d have liked it more if view spoiler [the story was actually all ajelia Jessica’s head, fiew than her turning out to be Link to my blog: Trivia About Demon in My View You will not want to put the book down when you frist start to read!
A Smoke witch, Monica, offered to give her back her humanity. There were some pretty good fight scenes in this one though.
Den of Shadows 9 books. And atwater-rhodds she is a fucking bad ass vampire, like Risika. But of course, Jessica is no ordinary teenager. This book is all about Aubrey and Jessica, I really enjoyed this book more than the first one like I did the first time I read it.
In any case, Jessica immediately recognizes Alex as Aubrey, one of the characters from her vampire stories. Alex, a spitting image for her anti-hero, Aubrey, might very well be a vampire.
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Black rose signals a route to a supernatural society [s] 4 51 Feb 07, I really love that all the characters are true to themselves, and what they believe. Atwater-rhldes is a very interesting main character.
Vampire fans, Fantasy fans star crossed lovers fans. Her final comment before he moves away is brilliant: I keep getting distracted. Nov 10, Jennifer rated it did not like it Shelves: And no, I am NOT going to write nonfiction.
I have to give props that the author was only 14 and for that she was very imaginative but the semon are flat the main character is a blatant self-insert of the author, a teenager who writes vampire booksthe plot and logistics of the world are all over the place, and the interactions between the characters leave a lot to be desired.
Many passages from Dark Flame paint Fala in an unflattering light, and the vain and vicious vampiress wants Jessica’s blood. It was nice to see him as something more than a villain. Finding some semblance of acceptance with her life, Jessica prepares to leave — only to be confronted alone in the woods by Fala.
She clearly has a wonderful imagination and she gives the reader exactly what they want which was -thank you- a very happy ending for once in the paranormal genre.
I love the perspective in the book, third person, because we’re able to see into the lives of all the characters, and not just the main character, like Atwater-Rhodes’ atwater-rhodew novel. Furthermore, I liked how nicely Amelia Atwater Rhodes tied everything up. The story line was different but not out of the realm of cliche. It had e Nostalgia again.
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Feel free to join! Overall, Demon in My View was a relatively short read, but just like In the Forests of the Night it was atwafer-rhodes breath-taking one none the less.
There are certainly good aspects to the story, including some exciting fight scenes and a sexy “hero,” and I think that the vampire and witch societies Atwater-Rhodes has created show a lot of promise. Read it Forward Read it first.
My favorite character was actually Aubrey because he wasn’t a perfect “cookie-cutter” vampire. I guess these were unique circumstances, but still.
For some authors, that might be a happy thought, but for Jessica? I really don’t see her reasoning, other than wanting to be in the world she’d written. This book was awesome. While Twilight was just a very strange love story, this book is something darker and far more interesting. I think this may be the vemon equivalent to Twilight that I have read.