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Demon In My View by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes

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Submitted by Suzy Q 
(Apr 04, 2003)

I just finished reading Demon In My View. I have one word, INCREDIBLE!!!!!!! I especially loved the way that the mysterys were revealed towards the end. It just keeps you turning the pages!!!!!! I would recommend this book to anyone who's into the whole vampire thing. Even if you don't like vampires, the book is just an amazing story!!!!!

Submitted by Ash Night 
(Apr 04, 2003)

I loved this book, and if I could give it a higher rating I would. I have read this book so many times that I have memorized the lines and I still won't stop reading it. This is by far my favorite book in the world, forget Harry Potter!!! I have read all her books and loved them all. I also own them all and have Hawksong on hold. I would suggest this book to any one and I practically killed my friends when they did not read it. But I think that if any one wants a GREAT book to read they should read this one!!!

Submitted by Anonymous 
(Apr 04, 2003)

I loved the book Demon in my View and I am starting a collection of Amelia Atwater-Rhodes books. My favorite characters are Aubrey and Jessica. I think that it was cool that Jessica knew things about Aubrey before she ever met him. Aubrey is my favorite because the way he is described in the book he sounds like the nice vampire. If you have ever seen "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" Aubrey reminds me of Angle and Spike. This book is great for anyone who loves books about vampires and witches. I haven't read Forest of the Night or Shattered Mirrors yet but I am starting a collection and will read every book by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes. I think she has good taste in books and likes what she writes. After I read Demon in my View it inspired me to write my own stories. Thanks, Amelia Atwater-Rhodes!

Submitted by Steel Demon 
(Feb 11, 2003)

This book, which we would give 0 of 5 if we could, had absolutely nothing realistic when it came to the characters or the plot. The main characters were unlikable, for example, Jessica was another of her typical supermodel characters wondering why she had no friends. It never occured to her that if she warmed up to people instead of cold looks and silence, she might be a little bit more popular. Aubrey, being thousands of years old, should be able to control his emotions a little, after all that experience. What could he possibly see in a 17 year old like Jessica? The premise was a possible one, but only if you are a constant fan who can forgive all gross errors she makes in this novel. It follows the typical plot of all her stories, and we regret that she is claimed to have represented all us young adult novelists by her fans. Maybe another day, a new plot will come, and with it, hope for her. But not today.

Submitted by Andrea 
(Feb 11, 2003)

I thought the book was ok but I liked her other books better.the way she writes her characters are very well developed wlots of descriptions. I liked the charactor jessica(in a way she was just like me)but my fave was Aubrey his was great until this novel. he acted like such a badass and then in this book he falls in love? Whats up w hat? thats what I didn't like, but other than the ending it was good.

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