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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The beginning few pages were very well detailed but after that, it became basic. The writing and execution of this book was terrible.
Jessica is, in fact, the strange writer Risika encounters in Concord, a writer who the vampire remarks “writes the truth, though no one knows how she knows what she does.
Jessica is under no illusion that she is completely safe with him, and she knows the other vampires are out to kill mt or those around her if they cannot get to Jessica. I just don’t like Jessica as a character. But none that interfere with the way I survive.
Demon in My View (Den of Shadows, book 2) by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes
But it was another book that was written by Atwater-Rhodes when she was still a teenager, and it is meant for teenagers. Contents [ show ]. She takes him on in many ways through out the book, but only once physically when she slaps him.
Basically this is Atwater’s year-old fantasy. Oct 22, Maddison rated it really liked it. Looking for More Great Reads? Please try again later. I wrote bad fanfic at the age of fifteen, too, but at least I had the courtesy not to inflict it on other people. Vampire fans, Fantasy fans star crossed lovers fans. But then I also like them better than the witch hunters.
Demon in My View
At school she meets two new students that will change her life. This book was awesome. Until the publication of All Just GlassDemon in My View was the only novel in the world of Nyeusigrube that was a direct sequel to the preceeding installment. Aemlia all sounds well and good, but there was so much speculation on Jessica’s part that it still came through as theory as she was trying to figure everything out. She was adopted by Anne Allodola who is not a major character in this book.
There were several times Finally, an ending worth reading!!!! Sep 11, Pages Young Adult. Aug 05, Anna rated it liked it Shelves: Jessica’s mother was a human, then a vampire, and then switched back to being a human all while sh Demon in My View was a good book in my opinion.
You identify with her because you see the book mostly from her point of view, but there are some of her traits that are a little abrasive and off putting.
Demon in My View is also the first and thus far only novel to mention the existence of werewolves. I don’t even know why I dislike Twilight, but I’m not sure I want to go to the dark side. But Jessica is really strong willed and not willing to be someone who just waits around for a man.
My eyes were almost popping out of my head when I read about Aubrey becoming entranced by Jessica, and then kissing her. In the end, there is only one solution — Aubrey turns Jessica into a vampire, knowing that since she fought to her death against Fala she will gain the strength of the Silver bloodline. Jessica continues to have troubling dreams of a vampire she has never come across in all of her dreams, a woman who despises her vampire existence and longs to be human again — a desire that is offered to be granted by a Smoke witch.
You see, when this book came out, the author was a year-old girl. I didn’t like it as much as Period 8, but it definitely started to get intense towards the end.
Trivia About Demon in My View A quick read that has potential to develop into an interesting series.