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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Upon her arrival at SingleEarth Haven Number Four, Sarik’s atawter-rhodes lover Jason is attacked by a suspicious Onyx bounty hunter and the Haven is dragged into the middle of a disaster. It had romance but not too consuming that it took away from the story.

Reception for Poison Tree has been mostly positive, with the book garnering positive reviews from Atwater-ehodes Weekly and Teenreads. While I enjoyed parts of the story I felt others parts were underdeveloped. There were so many great scenes between characters in this book and rtee many emotions, but one of my favorites was the huge fight and speech at the end.

Some succeed, some fail and some are in-between. It was also nice to see all kinds of characters in this book. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

Poison Tree

I would have liked to learned a bit more about them and their personalities. I ameliz have liked a little more about the backgrounds of the four main characters and the guilds. Fascinating how they constantly cross paths without really wanting to.

Trivia About Poison Tree Den Nov 05, Alaina rated it really liked it Shelves: 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.


Aug 15, Shyla Colt rated it liked it. Plus there were a few returning characters from other books, which always makes me grin. I love magical creatures of all kinds. We had humans, vampires, shifters, and witches.

This page was last edited on 13 Septemberat Sometimes you get caught up in stuff you didn’t expect Even in a paranormal world, her characters are realistic and their interactions with one another, understandable. To ask other readers questions about Poison Treeplease sign up. Atwater-Rhodes stated that Poison Tree was originally titled Tiger Risethat she had initially filmed it as a movie with her friends, and that the book took her a long time to write.

With a curious prologue set six years in the past, Amelia Atwater-Rhodes establishes the connection between the four main protagonists of Poison Tree. There seemed at times a guy or two was pursuing her, but then again, the disconnect came about and I never really figured out if someone was after her heart as well.

Now on to the next book The same goes for Jason and Christian, both men are likeable and they both have their histories mentioned but nothing is really explained in detail. With Poison Tree, my relationship with her work has become even more complex. In my honest opinion it’s not an improvement.

Then she meets Alysia, a woman with a past as tainted by violence as her own, who also wishes to become a mediator. Sarik and Alysia are not exactly the best of friends. Aug 30, Marcey rated it liked it. Jul 09, Julia rated it really liked it.

At one point, I went back to reread the first few chapters for clarification. While I do enjoy being in the dark about somethings and then feeling that little punch of surprise, I do not like to be so left out of the story that I feel like I have to reread sections to see if I missed something. There was a point about two-thirds of the way through that I took a breather because I was so frustrated that I had a lot of unanswered questions.


I liked the organization she created, called Single Earth.

Weaving in the ot With a curious prologue set six years in the past, Amelia Atwater-Rhodes establishes the connection between the four main protagonists of Poison Tree. This book’s expected publication date is July 10, Alysia has just been hired by SingleEarth, a humanitarian organization whose goal is to promote peace and understanding between supernatural beings and humans.

This article is about the Atwater-Rhodes novel. Followed by Promises to Keep.

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She never takes the easy way out and has some male wtwater-rhodes come in and rescue her female lead. On my Kindle, but still. The only thing that would This book definitely did not disappoint me. I also found myself wanting more.

Refresh and try again. I love to read about them all together and see them mingle in good and not so good times.

Please provide an email address. With such a short length, the book is very rushed. As always I’m very excited! May 26, Lena rated it liked it. I enjoyed getting to learn more about SingleEarth, the organization that has been hovering in the background of the series since Demon in my View was published atwated-rhodes in There’s more beneath the surface of Poison Tree so hopefully there will be a companion novel to explore the hidden parts of this world.

This was an in-between book for me.