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But I do remember scenes and moments. The same Goodreads just recommended to me a book by Atwater-Rhodes, and I had a flashback to how much I enjoyed this book when I was in middle school. The same cannot be said for many other books I read ten years ago. Though perhaps blending into the recent flush of vampire lit, the strong female protagonist makes In the Forests of the Night a candidate for solid YA.
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Can't get into the characters. Written a little strangely The premise is just interesting enough to have me want to see how the second book continues. If the second one isn't at least some improvement I'll probably skip the others.. And a very very quick read. I don't do this often but I changed the stars on this one-- I just found out the author was 13 when she wrote this book-- that made me see it in a different light! Oct 10, Maddie rated it really liked it.
This was so good! Little short read, but full of action! And also jumps between 2 times, back in the s, view spoiler [explaining her family, the cause for her change, and how she deals with it hide spoiler ] and the present time, view spoiler [showing how she's matured. I did think he was a witch though. She knows when and when not to do things. Definitely going to continue this one :D Yup, still love it.
This book is like home to me, there's no way I can write an impartial review. I'm so happy I'm still able to love and enjoy it after all these years. Mar 06, Olivia Hennis rated it liked it. Review pending. May 30, Matt rated it really liked it Recommends it for: YA readers and anyone else into vampires, witches, fantasy, etc. First let me say that I took no account to the fact that Amelia Atwater-Rhodes was only thirteen when she wrote this book until after reading it.
I find it can create preconceived notions that may hinder one's true experience in reading the book. Well I was going to give this book four stars, but since the writer is only fourteen, I'm going to give it five. While it is definitely commendable to get First let me say that I took no account to the fact that Amelia Atwater-Rhodes was only thirteen when she wrote this book until after reading it. While it is definitely commendable to get a book published at fourteen, you still have to engage the reader and doing that has no basis on the age of the author.
I read this book in a matter of hours - two or three to be precise. While this was written years ago and I'm not the typical target audience, yet I still enjoyed this book. Most of the characters were well written, the dialogue was quick and the pace was action-packed yet it still made you think. The relationship between the protagonist and antagonist was very good. There were a few instances where either I missed a character introduction or the character came out of left field, Now this may be setting up for future stories and that's okay, but I did have a couple "who are you, what are you doing in this scene?
In addition the author revealed vampire "powers" and abilities as we moved, which is a little unusual and seemed like the easy way out.
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Nevertheless the book was still enjoyable and my favorite parts of the book was the interactions between the protagonist and antagonist. Very much a old school flavor there in where the villain is not just a simple victory and for me - the more depth and complex - the harder to defeat the villain, which to makes for a much much more enjoyable and thrilling story.
Some have said they had trouble following along. I don't know if there is only one version or more, but the one I read had the chapter number is small print, and either NOW or the year i.
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Most of the chapters alternated but a few were back-to-back in the same setting, but I don't remember ever really losing my place in terms of setting, etc. Jan 28, Mandy rated it really liked it Shelves: ebooks , read2review , read , vampires , new-adult , rd-reviews , ya-paranormal , first-in-series , young-adult. Before she was turned her name was Rachel, she lived with her family and she was happy she loved her family. Her twin brother had his own struggles issues with controlling his abilities with fire as well as the voices.
When Rachel encounters her brother one night in the dark her life changes forever when she meets Aubrey and Ather. Ather transforms Rachel into a vampire forcing her to feed to live even giving her the name of Risika. Changing her life as she begins to taunt Aubrey read for the fight that has been brewing for years.