Atwater-Rhodes (the Den of Shadows series) introduces a fascinating world in which magic and mercenaries are everywhere, largely. AMELIA ATWATER-RHODES wrote her first novel, In the Forests of the Night, when she was thirteen. Other books in the Den of Shadows series are Demon in . Poison Tree is a novel written by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes and the eighth book in her Den of Shadows series. It is her thirteenth novel overall. Released on July.

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Jul 20, Leeanna rated it it was ok. It is her thirteenth novel overall. It just served to move the story elsewhere with it’s presence.

By clicking on “Submit” you agree that you have read and agree to the Privacy Policy and Terms of Service. We had humans, vampires, shifters, and witches. This just lacked clarity and development and I had a tough time pushing through to the end. Its been so long since I read the other books that I don’t exactly remember all the specifics about the different groups.

What can I say?? I think some of the extraneous details could have been left atwatfr-rhodes though, because there is really This is the most complicated and convoluted ameliw that the author has ever written as she whines about briefly in her dedicationbut I think she manages to pull it off without muddling anything up. Sarik is view spoiler [a shape shifter which definitely brings me back to the first book In the Forests of the Night with Risika the vampire who could shift into an animal hide spoiler ] and Alysia is view spoiler [an ordinary human.


Released on July 10, After Sarik starts trying to find a home for the Mistari weretiger cubs did I realize it is her story. Was glad that Jason showed up at the end for the challenge as it was his rightful place and put the priorities back in place for the pairs nicely. I think some of the extraneous details could atwater-rodes been left out though, because there is really way too much material being crammed into the odd pages in this book.


Each has landed in a more “normal” place, and each wonders if, like a tattoo that can’t be covered up, t The rich stew of the author’s creations—SingleEarth, vampires, shapeshifters, Tristes, the Bruja Guilds—are at full boil here in the story of two ish young women trying to out run their very different pasts, and figure out where they fit in and who they might become. The author made one continuity error that left something bugging at my subconscious until I went back ane reread to check that things could not have happened exactly they way the narrative claimed.

Ok for middle school through high school. It was also atwater-ghodes to see all kinds of characters in this book.

But alas, it just seems like this read wasn’t for me. Alysia has just been hired by SingleEarth, a humanitarian organization whose atdater-rhodes is to promote peace and understanding between supernatural beings and humans.

Can either woman survive the personal and political issues they thought they left behind? And yet its not like a retelling of the same thing over and over.


Poison Tree by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes – FictionDB

Very awesome female leads. Sarik is becoming the runner of Haven 4, yet she still lives in terrible fear of the past – waiting on pins and needles for karma her father to come back and destroy her life. Sarik and Alysia both have pasts that they want to escape and ties to the supernatural world. There are lots of characters poiso of which appear in her other books and their relationships are som Alysia is a former mercenary for the Bruja guilds.

Sarik and Alysia are not exactly the best of friends.

I originally wasn’t sure if I would consider this more a Den of Shadows or Kiesha’ra book as it involves both shapeshifters and vampires, especially the Mistari and references to the Serpiente. I would have liked to learned a bit more about them and their personalities.

Published July 10th by Delacorte Press first published January 1st But it was small, and the showdown between Sarik and her father made up for that little problem. Sep 08, Amy Lignor rated it really liked it.

Poison Tree

It had romance but not too consuming that it took away from the story. At one point, I went back to reread the first few chapters for clarification. Please provide an email address.