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Shattered Mirror by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes

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Book Information  
AuthorAmelia Atwater-Rhodes
TitleShattered Mirror
Series
Volume0
Year2001
GenreFantasy
 
Book Reviews / Comments (submitted by readers)
 
Submitted by in the dark 
(Apr 24, 2010)

Once I read shattered mirror I was In love with the book its one of my favourite books out of all the books I'v ever read.Demon in my veiw is also one of my faourite books I mean its not only fun to read but also exciting.When I read all of the books like In the forest of the night and Midnight predator I'v could of died when I finished reading because I was so full of emotions from just reading it.I'v read all the books over and over and over and over and a lot more times because when I start reading theres no stoping me.


Submitted by Bay. 
(Oct 08, 2008)

A Shattered Mirror was a quick and really enjoyable read. Not very detailed, but i feel like Amelia leaves a lot to the imagination of the reader and that isn't necessarily a bad thing. I loved her use of poetry and artistic descriptions of scenery, but she might have described the setting a bit too much and the characters not quite enough. A WHOLE LOT of the descriptions of the vamps reminded me of Twilight by Stephanie Meyer, which i have read three times and is the best book ever published (I love Edward Cullen). Nevertheless, she did create some unique twists in the plot that i liked and the storyline was pretty good. But if Amelia leaves me hanging on whether or not Sarah comes back to Christopher i am going to unleash hell! Overall an awesome book that i finished in less than two hours. (:


Submitted by Cherry 
(Jun 17, 2006)

This is my best friend's favorite book, and she asked me to read it. I must say I was dissapointed. I was astounded at the lack of character development throughout the beginning, and the sudden, unexplained shift in Sarah's opinions. At first she actively detested vampires, then, after knowing two for a few days, she suddenly considered them friends? With no warning, no building up to it? It didn't make sense at all. I hated Sarah's character, I hated how the book felt rushed, and I hated the fact that so much was left unanswered.


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