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In the Forest of the Night by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes

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AuthorAmelia Atwater-Rhodes
TitleIn the Forest of the Night
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Submitted by Story Teller 
(Mar 22, 2011)

In The Forests Of The Night is a great book. The plot is phenomenal! I myself am 13 years of age and have read many vampire books in my time. Amelia is an inspiration to all, she opens people's minds to the world makes them think and use their imagination. She is a great author and I hope to see more books soon. I'm currently reading "Midnight Predator" and am loving it like all the rest so far. I told my older sister about these book and told she HAD to read them. She's on "Shattered Mirror," and it's hard not giving away the ending.

Submitted by Anonymous 
(Oct 22, 2009)

Ironically, this was the first novel she published and the first one I ever read of hers. I found an article on it in an old Seventeen magazine and decided to check it out. I like the way she portrays vampires as being almost realistic and not so evolved from the humans they once were. I appreciate Risika's maturity in the way she handles things and I especially love her ability to transform into a hawk.

Submitted by Nacho 
(Mar 09, 2009)

I loved this one because it left me to use my imagination and didn't use too much emotion, but showed that you must contol it. Some may say the emotion is too flat, but I enjoy the refreshing reality that emotion only gets you stuck. It's nice to see a book for being strong and not being weak and over doing the emotions. I love her books because they aren't simply to quench people's emotional level, but to tell a real interesting story. She's ten million times better than any Stephanie Meyers and that's a given.

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