: Demon in My View (Den of Shadows) (): Amelia Atwater-Rhodes: Books. 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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More about Amelia Atwater-Rhodes. Or just plain mean, I suppose.

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This article needs additional citations for verification. I’ve read several of her books and yet have to find one I didn’t enjoy. Characterization once again pretty atwater-rhdes, plot very ho-hum.

It’s just so surprising to me how young Amelia Rhodes was when she wrote this! She has always been treated as an outsider at Ramsa High.

She’s overbearing and tyrannical. I found this book refreshingly easy to relate to unlike other such books.

Jessica dismisses the thought as silly, though disconcerted by how alike Alex is to Aubrey, right down to the clothing and tattoos she describes. But I think that it could use some juicing up, some meat, really. Dec 18, Pages Young Adult Buy.

Demon in My View

There were a few questions I didn’t get the answer to though. The dialogue and narrative are extremely unbalanced. It was fun for me to read more about Aubrey. Den of Shadows 9 books. Retrieved from ” https: You see, both books start with a human girl meeting a Hey, look, someone decided mh write Twilight with real vampires!


This book was written when the author was only fifteen.

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She also has a pretty mean spirit, goes mostly ignored smelia her fellow students, and acts mostly indignantly towards her adopted mother. Dec 03, Amanda Harford rated it it was amazing Shelves: Jessica soon discovers the world she thought she created from fiction Interesting setup but mediocre execution.

Sorry, kettle of fish.

The second in the Den of Shadow’s series was sub par. But I really didn’t like him being a vampire.

The novel opens by introducing Jessica Ashley Allodola, a highly unusual teenage girl with a strange affinity for the dark world, something even she cannot fully explain. And that’s my problem, really.

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.

When the pieces click together and Jessica finds out the truth, will she be strong enough to stay away, to resist the alluring pull Alex has over her? The characters have very strong personalities, and there is a bit of development and change by the end.

Easy to read but still full of things happening. If you like vamipers, whitches, and fights this is the book for you to read! Instead, he finds himself fascinated by her unexplainable knowledge and obvious ignorance about the world she writes about without a missing a single detail.


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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? Nov 10, Jennifer rated it did not like atwater-rhodws Shelves: I would have liked to have seen how the story progressed.

The same name that nobody but Jessica could know since it is in one of her manuscripts not yet sent to the editor. I do love that Atwater-Rhodes keeps the danger in the vampires, even as she makes Aubrey the love interest. Lists with This Book. The romance and the draw between the characters is similar to the draw between Bella and Edward, but Aubrey and Jessica are much stronger and more dangerous, so you can see the vview that attract one to the other.

I wish I could survive on two hours of sleep every day. Though nobody at her high school knows it, she’s a published author.