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Hooray, a sequel to Shattered Mirror! I was very excited when I saw this book, and interested in finding out what happened next. While the end of Shattered Mirror did seem pretty complete, the fact This book was not nearly as good as Atwater-Rhodes' early works. It moved entirely too slowly and I couldn't get myself to care about the characters.
The premise of the story is interesting, however, which is the reason that I continued to read it. All Just Glass. Amelia Atwater-Rhodes. Sarah Vida has given up everything for love. From a legendary family of vampire-hunting witches, Sarah was raised to never trust a vampire, to never let her guard down, and to avoid all tricky attachments of the heart.
But now Sarah IS a vampire—changed by the boy she thought she loved. Her family has forsaken her, and Sarah herself is disgusted by her appetite for blood. Aida Vida is Sarah's older sister, the good, reliable sibling who always does her family proud. But when Aida's mother insists that Sarah be found and killed, Aida is given the one assignment that she may not be able to carry out. And at its center is the story of two sisters who must choose between love and duty.
She is also the author of Persistence of Memory. Visit her online at AmeliaAtwaterRhodes.
All Just Glass (Shattered Mirror Sequel) by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes
You must be logged in to post a comment. The Buzz Blog contributors are the dedicated members of the Niles-Maine District Library staff who are always looking to share new information, inspiration, and entertainment. Subscribe, read, and comment! By Katie on February 12, in Staff Picks. Sarah Vida has given up everything for love. From a legendary family of vampire-hunting witches, Sarah was raised to never trust a vampire, to never let her guard down, and to avoid all tricky attachments of the heart. But now Sarah IS a vampire—changed by the boy she thought she loved.
All Just Glass
Fans of vampire fiction will find what they crave here, although those who have not read the earlier book also may find abundant confusion, as the author assumes knowledge of the previous book and its complicated structure of relationships and loyalties. The posse of witches that agrees to join the hunt turns out to be far from the dedicated and disciplined crowd that the text describes. It falls apart at nearly every point. Characters from the earlier book also may not be as they seem. What is certain is that devotees of the series will find plenty of vampiric lore and gore.
ALL JUST GLASS
All Just Glass is a novel written by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes and the seventh book in her Den of Shadows series and her twelfth novel overall. It is the direct sequel to her novel, Shattered Mirror , and takes place over twenty-four hours after the events of the latter. It was released on January 11, by Delacorte Press. Part of a legendary family of vampire-hunting witches, Sarah was raised never to trust a vampire, to never let her guard down, and to avoid all tricky attachments of the heart. But now Sarah is a vampirechanged by the boy she thought she loved.
All Just Glass (Den of Shadows Series #7)
I can't believe it has been so long! I started to read Amelia Atwater-Rhodes when Hawksong first came out - I have the small hardcover edition - and then I sort of went to her back list Which at the time was mostly the first four books. I've only read Demon in my View which my then teenaged male cousin recommended to me - so rare since he claims to 'hate reading' , and Midnight Predator. I skipped Riska's book because I thought she would annoy me, and Shattered Mirror sort of didn't catch my attention. But you made me want to go back and read that one. I don't think I would read this one though. It lost me when you mentioned that it's happening over a 24 hr period was just go gimmick and not for plot or anything.