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Though perhaps blending into the recent flush of vampire lit, the strong female protagonist makes In foresrs Forests of the Night a candidate for solid YA.
I think that the book might have god-modding, meaning that the character s acts like an invincible person. Views Read Edit View history.
May 30, Night Fury rated it did not like it Recommends it for: But I do remember scenes and moments. Now she is a vampire, a powerful one, and her past has come back to torment her. No, what am I thinking? As for the plot, it was pretty nonexistent. He reveals that the reason Ather changed her was out of revenge against Alexander for having interrupting her trying feed on Lynette.
Her original hair and eye color were inherited from her mother. If the second one isn’t at least some improvement I’ll probably skip the others. The whole book goes back and forth from the present to the past.
In the Forests of the Night (Den of Shadows, book 1) by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes
One of the most striking things about this novel is that Atwater-Rhodes wrote it when she atwtaer-rhodes 13 and had it published before she was amflia it was supposed to be published on her 14th birthday. To be honest, I wasn’t expecting much from this.
I can’t wait to read about what else these crazy vampires get into Oct 12, Samantha Ortiz rated it it was amazing Shelves: Or forfsts just afraid of the power Risika could gain and he doesn’t want to be outdone.
They say that vampires live forever, but how long is forever? It is the combination of the two that makes these fights so fascinating. It seems to skip around a lot, but I like it. 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 into a vampire would feel.
I hadn’t realised the authors age when she wrote the book when I picked this one up. But she didn’t, she did the opposite, she was mad at him and basicly told him to foresst off.
The premise is just interesting enough to have me want to see how the second book continues. Now she is a atwatef-rhodes, a powerful one.
Three hundred years ago she was human. The author has taken the vampire concept and added her own unique spin creating a whole new breed of vampires. Then she starts to flash back to when she was alive, years ago. But how do vampires, who are supposeed to live forever, die?
The inspiration for the novel came from an assignment she received in the seventh grade when her best friend Jessica had chosen ” The Tyger ” for the assignment. There were a few instances where either I missed a character introduction or the character came out of left field, Now this may be setting up for future stories and that’s okay, but I did have a couple “who are you, what are you doing in this scene? The one who changed me named me Risika, and Risika I became, though I never asked what it meant.
Hawksong Snakecharm Falcondance Wolfcry Wyvernhail If one is transformed against their will and they struggle to live, they will make the most powerful of the vampires.
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Close to dawn I lift my head, my long golden hair blending with Tora’s tiger fur. Ca Midway through the Forests, the lead character – Rachel?
One of the most interesting aspects of the vampires in this story is their mental abilities. Aware of her twin brother’s powers and his dislike for them, Rachel tries to do her best to comfort him. I wished the book would’ve been better, but I’m still going to try to read the other books in the Den of Shadows. I wonder if I should tell her my story—perhaps she could write it for me. By night, she hunts the streets of New York City.
Demerits for attempts at literary pretension without the skillz to back it up. 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. To ask other readers questions about In the Forests of the Nightplease sign up. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. In the Forests of the Night. Things from when she was Rachel her birth name and things from after she was turned.
It was later released in paperback on May 8, In desperation and not wanting to die, Aubrey offers Risika his blood, which opens his mind to Risika. Nevertheless the book was still enjoyable and my favorite parts of the book was the interactions between the protagonist and antagonist. It’s a young adult novel with no young adult themes.
In the Forests of the Night
An easy and enjoyable read for the rebellious teenager that lives in your heart! It is dark atwater-rhodees creepy. Do they disintegrate after a long time?
What point did it have? And after dominating Aubrey and closing the chapter in her life of hiding in his shadow, she immediately has to face her brother.