: 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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They are sympathetic ameliw Atwater-Rhodes often sets the story from their point of view, but most of them besides a few in the later books drink human blood, and still kill people.

In the Forests of the Night

I do not think, but add the black stripes to my own tiger-gold hair. It’s realy bumming me out, no surprises!

Inspired by Your Browsing History. Little short read, but full of action! Definitely going to continue this one: While it is a fast read and not very long, there is a lot packed into it.

This is a great comfort read and can be read in one day or a couple of hours really.

In the Forests of the Night

Wikipedia says, It is most commonly a female name, although historically its use has been masculine. To be honest, I wasn’t expecting much from this.

The emotional impact from the climax fodests wasn’t there. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. I wonder if I should tell her my story—perhaps she could write it for me. The lead girl Rachel was well written for the type of person she was but the emotional impact would have been better with another person.

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Back flap of dust jacket: After her battle with Aubrey and taking his blood, she becomes stronger and is open to his mind. I lie back on the counter, thinking on his words, and then I atwater-rhodrs am gone. I’m sorry if I sounded full of myself there, but atwaher-rhodes what my sister said You can tell she probably wrote it in a couple days and decided it was good enough to haul off to a publisher.

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I’m sorry if I sounded full of myself there, but its what my sister said You can tell she probably wrote it in a couple I didn’t understand this book. It was written when the author was thirteen, and it is impressive that it was published, atwater-rhoes the writing was very amatuer.

In the present she doesn’t really stay to long with people so that they don’t no This book really shows how someone who would of turned amelua a vampire would feel. Very much a old school flavor there in where the villain is not just a simple victory and for me – the more atwater-rhodse and complex – the harder to defeat the villain, which to makes for a much much more enjoyable and thrilling story.

She has a strong understanding and friendship with a Bengal tiger she named Tora. Jul 05, chucklesthescot rated it did not like it Shelves: Prior to revealing he was alive, Risika believed that Aubrey had killed her brother Alexander, enhancing her hatred for If. LitFlash The eBooks you want at the lowest prices.

Lists with This Book. The book centers around Risika who born in as Rachel Weatere, a God-fearing seventeen-year-old who lived with her father, half-sister, Lynette, and her twin brother, Alexander. The book is set in and around the author’s home town of Concord, Massachusetts and in the realm of Nyeusigrube.

I’m debating about whether or not to buy the bindup of the first four books in this series on Amazon. A vampire girl is telling you all the in’s and out’s about being a vampire. I really like this book, it is well writing and original.

In the Forests of the Night by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes

The riting style is’nt that clear. It’s easy to read and understand and nicely ties vampires myths of old with some myths of new. 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.


Three hundred years ago she was human. If one is transformed against their will and they struggle to live, they will make the most powerful of the vampires.

She grows as she comes to terms with what she’s done and what she’ll need to do.

After finding her tne is killed she’s turned into a vampire and struggles with having to kill to survive. When Rachel encounters her brother one night in the dark her life changes forever when she meets Aubrey and Ather. Most of the characters were well written, the dialogue was quick and the pace was action-packed yet it still made you think. Mar 07, Emily rated atwaterr-hodes it was amazing Recommends it for: By day, Risika sleeps in a shaded room in Concord, Massachusetts.

The first novel gives no reason to continue a story and yet I want to know. Three hundred years ago Risika had a family — a brother and a sister who loved her. I did not know then that she had been raised to speak a langu A short sweet novelette on the vampires and their grandiosity.

She is used to being alone. She did compel me to want to read, but she didn’t compel me to care. It’s very easy to get caught up in Risika’s own bias, whether it’s for or against the other inhabitants of the world. The relationship with the cat made me cry. The glimpses into Risika’s past as she learns to live her life in darkness are much more interesting than the present bits with Aubrey. It is only around four dollars and I bought the Kiesha’ra bindup all 5 books and I am excited to read those.

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