In middle school, Atwater-Rhodes was questioned by an English teacher when a girl she knew proceeded to brag that Atwater-Rhodes was trying to get a book published. As it turns out, the English teacher was also a literary agent and asked to read some of her work. This teacher later represented Atwater-Rhodes. The first draft of the novel was completed in August of that year. In mid-February , Atwater-Rhodes met her agent, Tom Hart , and he would go on to contact her to announce that Random House had accepted her manuscript for publication.
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The old covers for Den of Shadows were excellent: they were mysterious, entrancing, and they really attracted me to read the book. For the most part, I loved it. I eventually figured it out, but it was very, very distracting. In spite of these problems, almost everything else works well. And speaking of the characters, they work just as well here. Michael and Zachary were a bit underdeveloped in the beginning, but by the end, I got a good sense of who they were. I also liked the development of Kaleo and Nikolas.
It all worked very well. Thus, her books are kinda a huge nostalgia bomb for me, and I might get a little more satisfaction out of them books than your average Jane off the street. With all that in mind, I kind of loved this book. Warning: spoilers abound for Shattered Mirror. And as All Just Glass shows us, what creates complications for the Vida family creates complications for the rest of witch society.
The great part of All Just Glass is that we get to see all of these complications, and the way that they unravel the lives of many of the characters involved. Every supernatural race, every family line, every organization, every individual character, has volumes of history behind them that color their present-day relationships, interactions, and decisions.
This, in turn, affects the political workings and developments that we see in All Just Glass. For example, we get a peek inside how the organization SingleEarth actually works, how it manages to function as a neutral zone in such a combative world. Characters, names, lines, and political affiliations are thrown around, and though attempts are made to explain who they are and what everything means, AJG is still prone to moments of confusion.
It could potentially overwhelm, and even turn off a reader new to the world. The other problem with this is, all of those necessary character explanations?
Yeah, they can clutter the text something awful. I did have issues with the writing here and there. Despite that, though, I enjoyed what the book offered.
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Baktilar Books by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes. Her sister, also a witch, was tapped to hunt her down. Published January 22, Several years later, she turned Nicholas, who turned Christopher a day later. But now Sarah is a vampirechanged by the boy she thought she loved. But the Epilogue made me feel so much better. I need things to be logical, even within a fantasy world, I absolutely hate jump-the-shark moments.
All Just Glass
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