Midnight Predator by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes

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AuthorAmelia Atwater-Rhodes
TitleMidnight Predator
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Submitted by Requiem 
(Oct 17, 2005)

I've read the vampire books by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes and I really think this is one of the best. It's hard for people to face their fears yet Turquoise goes back into slavery to accomplish a job where her past can and did come back to haunt her. And the radical change from Cathy to Turquoise, naieve to hunter. It's the best kind of proof that we change to get back against the ones that hurt us. Not only does Turquoise change but also Rayvn which I think is cool. They both lived through the terrors of the vampire world yet they willingly go back. That's brave but then again in retrospect also stupid.

Submitted by Morgan [girl] 
(Apr 18, 2004)

I very much enjoyed this novel Midnight predator, for Atwater's charactors are very intersting and she explains them in such a way that you feel you know them. I must confess that i couldn't stop reading this book for a momment once i started reading it. It has a intersting plot that is very captivating in a sense and it DOESN'T resemdle the choosen alot. All in all it was a very clever book and I LOVED it even thought i must say i am a vampire freak so that part of the book made the story even better for me.

Submitted by Mai Xiong 
(May 18, 2003)

I don't really know what to say, except that I loved reading this book. I kept reading once I got caught in the excitement of it all. My face was in the book, close to the pages. Every word seemed important as I read; every word seemed to make sense as I continued reading, nonstop. And when I came to the last page of "Midnight Predator", I found myself craving for more.

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