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eBook Token of Darkness (Den of Shadows) ePub

by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes

  • ISBN: 0385737505
  • Category: Growing Up and Facts of Life
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Amelia Atwater-Rhodes
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Delacorte Press (February 9, 2010)
  • Pages: 208
  • ePub book: 1853 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1124 kb
  • Other: doc lit mobi rtf
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 644

Description

Den of Shadows 6. Amelia Atwater-Rhodes. Token of Darkness is dedicated to two individuals who shall remain unnamed here, whose passing strongly inspired this story.

Den of Shadows 6. One was very dear to me, and one was a complete stranger. So many people move in and out of our lives, often affecting us in ways we do not fully recognize or understand.

Also by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes. In the Forests of the Night.

Like most of Amelia Atwater-Rhodes' novels this one was a quick read, yet still wonderfully written. She manages to capture every moment flawlessly, so that you can picture every scene, every character in your head

Like most of Amelia Atwater-Rhodes' novels this one was a quick read, yet still wonderfully written. She manages to capture every moment flawlessly, so that you can picture every scene, every character in your head. One was very dear to me, and one was a complete stranger

Den of Shadows 6.

Token of Darkness is dedicated to two individuals who shall remain unnamed here, whose passing strongly inspired this story. One was very dear to me, and one was a complete stranger

Token of Darkness is dedicated to two individuals who shall remain unnamed here, whose passing strongly inspired this story.

Amelia Atwater-Rhodes. Random House Children's Books, 9 февр. Token of Darkness Den of Shadows (Том 6). Amelia Atwater-Rhodes wrote her first novel, In the Forests of the Night, when she was 13 years old. Visit her online at ww. meliaatwaterrhodes. Библиографические данные.

Электронная книга "Token of Darkness", Amelia Atwater-Rhodes. But Delilah, the captain of the cheerleading squad, has secrets of her own, like her ability to see beyond the physical world, and her tangled history with Brent, a loner from a neighboring school who can hear strangers’ most intimate thoughts. Delilah and Brent know that Cooper is in more trouble than he realizes, and that Samantha may not be as innocent as she has led Cooper to believe. Year Published: 2002. Read books for free from anywhere and from any device. Listen to books in audio format instead of reading. Year Published: 2011. Year Published: 1992. Year Published: 2003.

Den of Shadows Series. 9 primary works, 12 total works. Shelve Token of Darkness. The Den of Shadows Quartet. by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes

Den of Shadows Series. Set in the same world as the Kiesha'ra series. Book 1. by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes. Presents the adventures of teenagers Risika

Cooper Blake has everything going for him—until he wakes from a car accident with his football career in ruins and a mysterious, attractive girl by his side. Cooper doesn’t know how Samantha got there or why he can see her; all he knows is that she’s a ghost, and the shadows that surround her seem intent on destroying her.No one from Cooper’s old life would understand what he can barely grasp himself. . . . But Delilah, the captain of the cheerleading squad, has secrets of her own, like her ability to see beyond the physical world, and her tangled history with Brent, a loner from a neighboring school who can hear strangers’ most intimate thoughts. Delilah and Brent know that Cooper is in more trouble than he realizes, and that Samantha may not be as innocent as she has led Cooper to believe. But the only way to figure out where Samantha came from will put them all in more danger than they ever dreamed possible.

Comments

Kulalas Kulalas
Like all of Amelia's books, it's target audience ensures that it is a breezy and easy to read proposition. I started reading Amelia at 13, when she was also 13 and having just released In the Forests of the Night. Since then I have followed her and considered her my favorite author. This book does nothing to stop me from feeling that way or wanting to continue to read her work, but it does show it's target demographic a bit more obviously than some of her other novels, The Shapeshifters series in particular.

The reason being is that the book is a quick read and flies by in under 200 pages. While not a negative in and of itself, this story had more room to grow. The final third does seem to throw a lot at the reader and tie everything together a little hastily. Not to say it is full of plot holes and inconsistencies, but certainly a tale that would have benefited from the freedom of another 50 or so pages of pacing and fleshing out. A good effort from a great author, but I believe it could have been more.
PanshyR PanshyR
Token of Darkness is a perfectly crafted paranormal story - you've got mystery, suspense, twists and more.

Like most of Amelia Atwater-Rhodes' novels this one was a quick read, yet still wonderfully written. She manages to capture every moment flawlessly, so that you can picture every scene, every character in your head. That's one of my favorite things about her writing, the fact that she makes every moment and every character real. This book was no different, it had the same superb storytelling as her past books.

The story may not have been the most unique of tales, however, Amelia did add her own flair to a common story, making it a bit more creative than others.

Token of Darkness isn't my favorite book of Amelia's (check out the Kiesha'ra series, they're amazing), however, I did enjoy it and would recommend it to anyone looking for a quick ghost story.
Pedar Pedar
When I read the short review when I bought this book it intrigued me for Atwater-Rhodes has written nothing like this before. I could not wait to start reading it, and now that I have finished I was not disappointed. It has the same flair as her other works and she brings tension quickly into the story and mystery-so much so that you have to keep reading for hours to find out what happens next. She is a beloved writer that I stumbled across in High School, thanks to a friend, and I have continued to enjoy her books every time a new one is released. I would recommend this book to anyone who is a fan of hers.
Agantrius Agantrius
I personally love all of Amelia Atwater-Rhodes books and this one is beautifully written as are the rest of them! These series are my favorites and I hope she continues to write more along this line.
Nuadazius Nuadazius
Yet, another amazing read by Atwater-Rhodes! Though, I love everything she writes, the Den of Shadows series is my absolute favorite! Keep it up girl, your writing is gold!
Eng.Men Eng.Men
Amelia has done it again! I was expecting a good fantasy story and I certainly wasn't let down. I've always liked that her writing style is simple yet flows well. The reader is captivated in the first paragraph of each chapter and I've noticed I will often read several chapters before I realize that I am totally immersed in the story and can't wait to finish it. And that's the great part - her stories are short enough to be read in one day, often just an evening sitting. Well done! I've been buying the books as they come out since I was a teenager and I'll be first in line to buy the next one this author writes.
Androlhala Androlhala
OMG this book is soooo goood . But you should probably read the first book first. This book is hillarious, mysterious and dramatic. I love this book because all of your emotions are included. You laugh, cry and smile. I'd reccomend this book for 11 and up. But mostly because I'm 11 and I understand it but most older will probably understand it better
Bought this for my granddaughter, who is a fan.