: In the Forests of the Night (Den of Shadows) (): Amelia Atwater-Rhodes: Books. Editorial Reviews. Review. Three-hundred-year-old Risika looks darn good for In the Forests of the Night (Den of Shadows) – Kindle edition by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, . In the Forests of the Night [Atwater-Rhodes Amelia] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Mass Market Paperback Publisher: Dell Laurel Leaf .
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Risika talks about the sun, religious icons, silver, and decapitation and explains their ineffectiveness quite frankly. And it is a nice change from all the romances in vampire fiction!
An easy and enjoyable read for the rebellious teenager that lives in your heart! Stay in Touch Sign up. Download our Spring Fiction Sampler Now. While it is definitely commendable to get a book published at fourteen, you still have inght engage the reader and doing that has no basis on the age of the author.
A vampire girl is telling you all the in’s and out’s about being a vampire. Aug 22, Jennifer Burton rated it really liked it. It was well received by critics.
As for the book’s missteps–an annoying structure which hops us between the past and the present every other amdlia and a plot line that just sort of plops itself in your lap without any sort of development at all–these are, methinks, a result of the fact that Atwater-Rhodes was pretty new to the whole writing thing when this came out. Three hundred years ago Risika had a family — a brother and a sister who loved her.
Only love can break a heart into so many pieces.
It’s a young adult novel with no young adult themes. In addition the author revealed vampire “powers” and abilities as we moved, which is a little unusual and seemed like the easy way out. It is hard on her to realize that humanity is a weakness in vampires, and a weakness can mean death or subjugation, a fate she is not willing to live with.
I am glad I checked this book out at the library instead of buying because I would’ve demanded my money back. She also changed her hair to contain the strips of Tora, after the tiger was killed by Aubrey, so that Tora would be with her always.
Dec 03, Susan rated it it was amazing. Inspired by Your Browsing History. To ask other readers questions about In the Forests of the Nightplease sign up. He has left her a black rose, the same sort of rose that sealed her fate years ago. In the Forests of the Night was a book I had been looking forward to read. Apparently I liked the book enough to look for it, and I am now in the process of simmering my thoughts about Shattered Mirror, which i finished today.
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I first read this book right after it came out, and I have ny say it changed me. Overall the plot of the book, which is what whoever is reading this probably cares more about, doesn’t just focus on the current events of Risika’s life. I hope to work either as an English teacher at the secondary level, or in special education.
After she was killed she then was forced to come back as a vampire. A Million More Pages: Very much a old school flavor there in where the villain is not just a simple victory and for me – the more depth and complex – the harder to defeat the villain, which to makes for a much much more enjoyable and thrilling story.
In the Forests of the Night
Ca Midway through the Forests, the lead character – Rachel? He has left her a black rose, the same sort of rose that sealed her fate three hundred years ago.
The emotional impact from the climax just wasn’t there. It’s a rush of less than pages This book has high praise, probably because the author wrote it when she was thirteen. Amelia Atwater-Rhodes grew up in Concord, Massachusetts. I find it can create preconceived notions that may hinder one’s true experience in reading the book. But now atwater-rhodew is following Risika.
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I am also Rachel. This title, however, did not stand up well to competition. Also by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes. This book was over all good. Some have said they had trouble following along. It amelka to skip around a lot, but I like it. I couldn’t put it down, but I had to go to sleep.
He deserved it and I just wanted to read about him getting his ass kicked. It was a really great book which surprisingly was written by a 13 year old. Forever is too long to live in fear. 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.
Some vampires are good at picking out strong willed humans that they know will make good vampires, and then turning them. This book has high praise, probably because the author wrote it when she was thirteen.