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Writing novels about vampires and witches for a few years before one is accepted for publishing and soon comes out under a pen nameWhat Jessica doesn t know is that her ideas that come from her dreams are all Beer Law: What Brewers Need to Know real and the vampire s who s lives she s allowed humans toead about aren t happy about it It
s not too long before there are bids for her blood and Jessica comes face to face with hernot too long before there are bids for her blood and Jessica comes face to face with her fictional character Aubrey
a decidedly dangerous vampireAubrey is supposed to be hunting Jessica Instead he finds himself fascinated by her unexplainable knowledge and obviousdecidedly dangerous vampireAubrey is supposed to be hunting Jessica Instead he finds himself fascinated by her unexplainable knowledge and obvious about the world she writes about without a missing a single detailBut when the attacks start on her life both Jessica and Aubrey are forced to make some tough decisions and along the way discover a few new things about both themselves and the pastJudgementI owe a lot of credit to this book I first ead it when I was thirteen when I was only beginning to
"discover my book "my book ish nature and have since ead it several times However this time I found out that the author was around fourteen when she wrote it and decided it would be interesting to The Confederate Privateers reread it this time in a critical manor and noticed that the writing style and form is noticeably young minded though it sure didn t affect my enthrallment or adoration of the bookThere are a few poems in the book that were fun and interesting toead and attempt to comprehend which makes me smileThe story is a mystery the puzzle coming together piece by piece as the story progresses so your mind is continuously flitting around the information to try and figure it out before the author wants you to which is at the end The characters have very strong personalities and there is a bit of development and change by the endThough uite typical it s an enjoyable Big Bad Detective Agency read and I loved it even now after three or four years andeading it eight timesIt s a great The Placer read probably for beginner noveleaders Otto Freundlich: Cosmic Communism rather than those who are mature though I still enjoyed it but I might be a little biased because I ve always loved itHowever I have to say that the book hasn t done itself any favours by not including a blurb on the cover As the dust jacket constantlyeminds us Atwater Rhodes wrote this gem at the age of fifteen I wrote bad fanfic at the age of fifteen too but at least I had the courtesy not to inflict it on other people Frankly the only thing that surprises me about the work is that the author isn t male as it s got a very distinct 15 year old boy in the backseat bouuet no The Tattooist of Auschwitz (The Tattooist of Auschwitz, rhythm no poetry and no payoff Girls stay home and wash your hair instead A cool concept actually Though only for people who canead vamp fan fiction with straight facesThe night is. Vampires and witches of her fiction But two new students have just arrived in Ramsa High and both want Jessica’s attention She has no patience with overly friendly Caryn but she’s instantly drawn to Alex a self assured mysteri. ,
Full of mystery Even when the moon is brightest secrets hide everywhere Then the sun Profiles in Leadership: Historians on the Elusive Quality of Greatness rises and itsays cast so many shadows that the day creates illusion than all the veiled truth of the night cThe name
Is Obviously A Courtesy Of Mr PoeFromobviously a courtesy of Mr PoeFrom s hour I have not beenAs others were I have not seenAs others saw I could not bringMy passions from a comm Katie what the hell did I just ead The writing and execution of this book was terrible Characterization once again pretty non existent plot very ho hum Also felt like Jessica was eally Amelia Atwater Rhodes who then tried to make her come across as strong beautiful
and aloof when in fact I found her incredibly ude and stupid Andaloof when in fact I found her incredibly ude and stupid And course Jessica is the only human Aubrey the thousand year old cruel vampire andomly falls for Basically this is Atwater s 17 year old fantasy I saw this title on the shelf and just had to have this book You see Poe s poem Alone is one of my all time favorites probably second only to Baudelaire s Les Chats So this book had an awful lot to live up to in my mind And
didn t But I have a hard time blaming Miss Atwater Rhodes for this see when this book came out the author was a 15 year old girl Having once been a 15 year old girl myself I ecognize a lot of her writing style as uite typical of a teen girl who doesn t uite fit in and who has at least enough talent to express herself coherently The uestion here is does she have enough skill at this point in her life to warrant a professionally published novella Sadly the answer is noI m not sure how much the end product was influenced by a professional editorial team and this would tell me a lot about the author s natural talent and skill levels But for now I will just give you an idea of what brought this down to two stars Der Bilderwächter regardless of howesponsible or not the author herself is The dialogue and narrative are extremely unbalanced There are huge swaths of telling not showing punctuated by snippets of largely pointless andor pretentious dialogue And this story lacks the depth and perspective necessary for themes and characters to achieve any development It s a novel written about a condescending angst idden 15 year old by a condescending angst idden 15 year old and it fails to bring anything meaningful to the state of being a condescending angst idden 15 year oldThat said this isn t eally a bad book just Schätze Aus Dem Musée Picasso, Paris rather flat And it apparently holds a great deal of appeal for angstidden teenagers I do notice that the author has continued writing and I would hope that this means she has grown as a writer and is in control of her own creative processes and products I would be very interested to Letters to Rollins read somethingecent from her. Ous boy who seems surprisingly familiar If Jessica didn’t know better she’d think Aubrey the alluring villain from her novel had just sprung to life That’s impossible of course; Aubrey is a figment of her imagination Or is ,it didn t But I have a hard time blaming Miss Atwater Rhodes for this
This book was written when the author was only fifteen I want to get that out in the open to begin with and yes I admit that it is indeed impressive to have a book published while one is still in one s teens That being said I also think that when a teenage author gets published she must be held up to the same standards as adult authors and by those standards well this book isn t particularly good There are certainly good aspects to the story including
exciting fight scenes and sexy hero and I think that the vampire and witch societies Atwater Rhodes has created show a lot of promiseSome Exciting Fight Scenes And
The two biggest problems are a heroine who isn t particularly appealing andtwo biggest problems are a heroine who isn t particularly appealing and author s tendency towards over exposition In my creative writing courses we constantly had the phrase show me don t tell me drummed into our brains This is clearly a lesson Atwater Rhodes never learned She at least avoids the pitfalls of having her characters explain things unnecessarily but there are other ways to provide necessary details than stopping the narrative to do so This novel is only 176 pages long with of the explanatory bits dramatized than narrated it could be brought to 250 pages still a short novel but fleshed out I do think Atwater Rhodes has writerly promise she simply has a few lessons to learn The main charaters are Jessica and Adurey Jessica is strange but a very good writeAdurey is a high classed vampire who has been tracking Jessica for some time Only when he finaly meets her deos things change Adurey has to find away to save Jessica from the trouble her books got her intoIf you like vamipers whitches and fights this is the book for you to eadYou will not want to put the book down when you frist start to Scotland Yard read Random Househow was this worth publishing I am disappointed in everyone from the author to the publisher If somehow youead this eview and are considering eading it please don t Unverified: A Novel read this book There s nothing about it that merits the time or effort I didn t like Amelia Atwater Rhode s writing though a lot of people would disagree with me I could tell through her words that she was a young girl though many people praise her for her literary skillThat s not to say I didn t enjoy her writing or her story one little bit I did I just thought it could ve been a lot better from all the hype I had heard I didn t like the main character Jessica at all I found her stereotypical ungrateful and frankly someone that I couldn t come to like at all even througheading the whole book Title Demon in My ViewAuthor Amelia Atwater RhodesTarget Audience Young AdultPages 176Rating 7510Genre Vampire RomancePerson ThirdTense PastBlurb uotedNoneMy SummaryJessica Alodola has been. Alternate cover for ISBN 0440228840Jessica isn't your average teenager Though nobody at her high school knows it Jessica is a published author Jessica often wishes she felt as comfortable with her classmates as she does among the.