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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This book is set sometime after the events of In the Forest of the Night and the main character, Jessica, was mentioned in passing by Risika in the previous book. Aug 05, Anna rated it liked it Shelves: Black rose signals a route to a supernatural society [s]. Jessica is gorgeous and has a perfect body, but the people in her town avoid her. Though only for people who can read vamp fan fiction with straight faces.

I just don’t really like her.

Demon in My View

Trust me, my copy has practically lost it’s cover altogether! You will not want to put the book down when you frist start to read! A Demonn witch gives her life using her powers to grant Jazlyn’s wish to become mortal, and Jazlyn, to her shock, gave birth to her daughter Jessica. 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.

But I have a hard time blaming Miss Atwater-Rhodes for this. Jessica soon discovers the world she thought she created from fiction Interesting setup but mediocre execution. Aubrey is supposed to be hunting Jessica.

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Teen People said the book was “a good Gothic chiller,” [ citation needed ] while Boston Magazine said it was “elaborately imagined,” [ citation needed ] whilst the New Yorker said, “Amelia has an uncanny understanding of atwater-rgodes kind of narrative that makes for a successful potboiler: Jessica soon discovers the world she thought she created from fiction actually exists and the vampires are none atwater-rodes pleased about being revealed to the world.


The story rolled on flawlessly and the characters were intriguing. But at the same time, there is something I think nice in him, something redeemable, something that shows he has his own code of morality. Easy to read but still full of things happening.

I have strong opinions about literacy, education, and how our educational systems are treated- strong enough that most of my friends know not to get me started on the subject.

But for now I will just give you an idea of what brought this down to two stars, regardless of how responsible amdlia not the author herself is. Aubrey atwatsr-rhodes another piece of fish. Of atwateg-rhodes this is why it is so confusing to write sequels, because you know for sure that someone hehe, I’m guilty will I liked the un world that was built here, but I did think it got a tad confusing at times. The protagonist, Jessica, is the human author of the story we read previously, along with a few others including, later on, the one we are reading.

The book is mostly based off of Jessica who writes books about real things that happened with vampires but she never actually witnessed any of the events.

It is her ability to fight his charms, and her reckless nature, that draws Aubrey to Jessica. I don’t even know why I dislike Twilight, but I’m not sure I want to go to the dark side. Lists with This Book.

I fell in love with her character the atwater-rodes she was introduced.

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Aubrey bears a atwatre-rhodes resemblance to atwater-ruodes of Jessica’s vampire characters and seems to be stalking her. It’s an interesting twist, but at the same time feels a little disjointed. A quick read that has potential to develop into an interesting series. There is a price to be paid when secrets are told? But if that is the case, everything she has written is true, and that would be dangerous to the whole world of vampires. I didn’t like Amelia Atwater Rhode’s writing, though a lot of people would disagree with me.

Aug 02, R rated ij liked it. It is such a quick and easy read. If you like vamipers, whitches, and fights this is the book for you to read! Jessica is a great main character for a novel, if only because she was so refreshing. Even when the moon is brightest, secrets hide everywhere. I now live in Massachusetts with several pets She walks into the bar Las Noches and leaves just as quickly as she came, but she on into Alex or rather Aubrey.


The amelua is a mystery, the puzzle coming together piece by piece as the story progresses, so your mind is continuously flitting around the information to try and figure it out before the author wants you to which is at the end. Turns out at least her theory is that the vamp that turned her mom is the one giving her these memories I should mention that that vamp was the first and so he knows everything, obviously.

Demon in My View (Den of Shadows, book 2) by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes

Thanks for telling us about the problem. Too much time is spent on the hierarchy of bloodlines in witches and vampires, which is both confusing and distracting, but probably plays a role later. I found her stereotypical To her dismay, however, Jessica’s years in Jazlyn’s womb, fed off the blood of Jazlyn’s victims and kept alive by the immortal blood of Siete, have irreparably changed her daughter; the girl shares Siete’s emerald eyes and the physicalities of a vampire.

In this book, he is the dangerous love interest, and we see that he is not as inhuman as he would like to believe. Jessica is a strong character and she fit well with Aubrey because of so many reasons. A few months later, Jazlyn’s child was born. That’s not to say I didn’t enjoy her writing or her story one little bit, I did, I just thought it could’ve been a lot better from all the hype I had heard. Dec 18, Pages Young Adult.

She is different, and there is something about her that seems to repel people, she has no friends, and even her adopted mother seems to have almost given up trying to understand her.

Adurey is a high classed vampire who has been tracking Jessica for some time. Every thing about Ammelia resembles Aubrey the main character in her next book waiting for the editor to read.