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Demon In My View by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes



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Submitted by Janna 
(Sep 25, 2001)

If I could I'd give it 0 out of 5 stars. She had too many plot holes that made her novel even more complicated to understand. It was a very quick read, no challenge or anything for the readers. It was plainly too unoriginal, ideas taken from such authors as Anne Rice , Stephen King, and Christopher Pike. Too unrealistic in taste. Just no storyline at all. Definitely not worth reading.


Submitted by Alisha 
(Sep 03, 2001)

I'm only 11, so when I was about to read this book, I figured it would probably be boring and I would return it to the library the next day. I started reading it and I was glued to the book. All I wanted to do after I started reading the book was finish it so I finished it about two hours later. I found it very intriguing and I recommend it. I want to read the second one as soon as possible. When I go back to the library I don't think I'll want to give it back because it is very amazing, and that she wrote it so young makes me think what I could do. Amelia Atwater-Rhodes is a very good writer and I hope she writes more books with this theme.


Submitted by Ted D. Bear
(Jan 06, 2001)

When it comes to this book the first thing that comes to my mind is impressive. An amazing sequel, by an a amazing author. This 14 year-old overachieving author, has made this chilling sequel to In The Forests of The Night a memorable one. It is easy to get into the story, and it brings the vampire lore to life. Plus it has a chilling ending that leaves your screaming for more. I give this book a 5 star review, and it is a must read.


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