: Demon in My View (Den of Shadows) (): Amelia Atwater-Rhodes: Books. Though nobody at her high school knows it, Jessica is a published author. Her vampire novel, Tiger, Tiger, has just come out under the pen name Ash Night. Demon in My View is a vampire novel written by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes, and published on May 9, Originally titled Bitter Life, it was published when the.

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Demon in My View Book Review

Aug 02, R rated it liked it. But she is unlike any other teenager. Published September 11th by Laurel Leaf first published May 1st Fiery tempered, vicious, vengeful, and totally insane. I think this is very true for Jessica, Fala, and also Caryn a character that it might be tempting to overlook until the end. At school she meets two new students that will change her life. From the Hardcover edition.

This could be a kick-ass novel, right? I kept reading to the end to see if it got better, but my thoughts stayed the same.

You see, when this book came out, the author was a year-old girl. She is strong, and cheeky. Instead, he finds himself fascinated by her unexplainable knowledge and obvious ignorance about the world she writes about without a missing a single detail.

Dec 18, Pages Young Adult.

Oct 22, Maddison rated it really viea it. This book is not something I would recommend. The novel opens by introducing Jessica Ashley Allodola, a highly unusual teenage girl with a strange affinity for the dark world, something even she cannot fully explain. I would have liked to have seen how the story progressed.

The dialogue and narrative are extremely unbalanced.

Demon in My View

My favorite thing with this book is the consequences of choice and the impact of wanting to be a vampire has on being a vampire. This book was terrible. It’s a novel written about a condescending, angst-ridden year-old by a condescending, angst-ridden year-old, and it fails to bring anything meaningful to the state of being a condescending, angst-ridden year-old.


Link to my blog: Mar 30, Lacee Pilgrim rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Jun 20, Rebecca May rated it it was amazing Shelves: It may be because I haven’t read the first book in this collection, but I have no idea what a fledgeling is.

Humans know about this place? Jessica acted like a vampire in the way that she liked only the color black and she was fairly anti social. Along earning a starred review from the School Library Journalthe novel earned the distinction of being an American Library Association Quick-Pick summer novel for ameliia adults. She jumped right away to the conclusion that the woman she was dreaming about was her mother, but no one gives her a definitive answer.

But she was lovely and understanding, and a good character. I didn’t like demno as much as Period 8, but it definitely started to get intense towards the end. I think it’s amazing how Atwater-Rhodes can convey romance and a fantastic plot in such a short novel, especially after I learned that she wrote this particular book when she was It soon becomes obvious to the reader that Alex a.

Ash Night, the pseudonym of Jessica, writes a story about her dreamed-up character, the villain Aubrey. I read it in Swedish. And no, I am NOT going to write nonfiction. She is also offput by another new student, Caryn Rashida, who cheerfully attempts to befriend her despite the fact that Jessica obviously makes her just as nervous as the rest of amdlia student body.

Jessica is a strong character and she fit well with Aubrey because of so many reasons.

Demon in My View – Wikipedia

Sadly, the answer is no. She starts walking and she can no longer hide the fact that everything is real. But – you guessed it – that’ll change Not going to lie, I wish it was longer just so I could get to interact with Jessica and Aubrey more. As the dust-jacket constantly reminds us, Atwater-Rhodes wrote this “gem” at the age of fifteen. This novel one-ups her first attempt by jumping deeper into the “life” of the deliciously dark vamp Aubrey and spinning in a human factor – which just happens to be a teen author.


An easy, fast read, with strong characters, and the prefect substitution for Twilight. Finding some semblance of acceptance with her life, Jessica prepares to leave — only to be confronted alone in the woods by Fala. I do notice that the author has continued writing, and I would hope that this means she has grown as a writer and is more in control of her own creative processes and products.

Demon in My View. And it did add an interesting dilemma to the story, quite apart from making me wonder why Aubrey would have fought so hard in the first place.

But of course, Jessica is no ordinary teenager. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

He tries to save her with his powers that Caryn draws from him into her, but he asks her what she wants, a hospital or his blood. Though only for people who can read ny fan fiction with straight faces. Other books in the series. Cue Jessica and her weird dreams and ability to write the truth about the vampires.

A few months later, Jazlyn’s child was born. I do not think I would read this again in my lifetime.