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Amelia Atwater-Rhodes?

by Auhbrei


She is one of my favorite authors of all time! I was just wondering if any of y'all like her too!?!?

I just finished reading "Hawksong" a little bit ago. Over all I thought it was a good book, but the ending was kinda...dissapointing, but it did leave a good chance for a part two!

I would have to say my favorite book by Rhopdes is "Demon In My View" I couldn't put it down from the moment I got it. "Midnight Predator" and "In the Forest of the "Night" were also very good, but there was just something about "Demon in My View" Maybe it was the hott/sexy character Aubrey;););).


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Sat Feb 26, 2005 6:13 am
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They're like Anne Rice for Young Adults, so if you're into that; yeah, they're good. Until you actually read Anne Rice or Laurell K. Hamilton (the last I highly, highly recommend), and then you'll just get pissed off.




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Sat Feb 26, 2005 1:55 am



Apart from her books being written by a plaigirising "female dog" (just keeping it clean, I don't want to use all the "****"s), are they good? At least, not considering that she copies other authors? Because some look interesting.




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DarkerSarah wrote:I liked In the Forests of the Night when I was thirteen.

This past summer I read Interview with a Vampire and I realized she was just a little kid hoping for Anne Rice's lyrical writing style and sexual, vampiric plots. Uh...mission unaccomplished.

-Sarah

Here, here! *toasts with wine glass*

I was an Anne Rice fan long before I was an AAR fan. I've fallen out of both of them and am currently making an enterprise out of selling their books on the mighty source known as Ebay. Joyvious. No more clogging of the book shelves.

Firestarter wrote:What are you talking about Tess? The option's right there.


Bwahahaha. Thanks a bundle, that's much better. ^^




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I liked In the Forests of the Night when I was thirteen.

This past summer I read Interview with a Vampire and I realized she was just a little kid hoping for Anne Rice's lyrical writing style and sexual, vampiric plots. Uh...mission unaccomplished.

-Sarah




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Tue Feb 22, 2005 5:28 pm
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What are you talking about Tess? The option's right there. :wink:




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Why isn't there a poll option for "God I hate her, she's a plagerising b**** who gets all her ideas from accomplished writers"?

I used to be a fan, you know, but it's obvious she's stolen many idea from Laurell K. Hamilton and God knows who else (there's a site dedicated to it, which you can find with a few minutes of searching). Plus her writing style is dry and just boring in general. Down with her.




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Mon Feb 21, 2005 5:59 pm
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This should really be in book reviews *grabs it and throws it over*




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Yeah...me neither...why didnt you put a choice in the poll that says "Never Heard of Them" or "None"?




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Mon Feb 21, 2005 1:20 pm
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uhm...I've never even heard of her. *runs to library*





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