In The Forest Of The Night

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Title and Author:
The title of the book I chose for my book report is In the Forests of the Night. The title was originally White Wine but it changed. It was written by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes.
Main Characters:
The main characters in In the Forest of the Night are Risika (Rachel Weatere), Alexander Weatere, Aubrey, and Ather. Risika used to be Rachel Weatere but when she was turned into a vampire her name was change to Risika. Aubrey Weatere is Rachel's twin brother. Ather was the vampire that changed Rachel Weatere into Risika, or in other words her blood mother. Aubrey is Risika's blood brother, who was also changed into a vampire by Ather (people that are changed into a vampire by another vampire are called... View More »

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Rachel found a lost women walking alone and realised that she was an easy prey. So Risika followed her but she felt the aura of another human. When Risika tuned she saw a young man was working for another vampire and told Rachel to leave the land. But when Risika refused to leave her prey, the man pulled out a gun. Risika took the gun from the man and showed her real power. Risika asked who him who he was but he refused to tell her. So Risika read his mind and saw that he worked for Aubrey. But she didn’t care the man (she found that his name was Ryan) made her loose her prey. So she went after Ryan and drank his blood.
Soon Risika started thinking about what happed happened in 1701 again. Lynette called her and told that she had a caller (a young man that would ask her father to marry her). So she went down stairs and saw a young man with black hair and black eyes. Rachel soon knew that it was Aubrey. While he was at her house Aubrey gave Rachel a black rose that had sharp thorns. When Rachel took it one of the thrones caught her shin and made her bleed. As soon as her hand started to bleed Aubrey had disappeared.
When she stopped thinking back to that moment she picked up the card that came with the rose and it said “Stay in your place, Risika”.
When Risika starts thinking back to 1701 she remembers the day after Aubrey came to her house around eleven o’clock she heard Alexander sneaking out of the house. So Rachel starts to follow him to the kitchen. After Alexander went outside she stayed by the back door and looked out the door to see ...

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