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Description - All Just Glass by 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.
Taking place over just twenty-four hours, All Just Glass tells the story of a game-changing battle that will forever change the world of the Den of Shadows. And at its center is the story of two sisters who must choose between love and duty. Dark, fully-imagined, and hard to put down, All Just Glass will thrill Amelia's fans-old and new.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780385737531
ISBN-10: 038573753X
Format: Paperback / softback
(210mm x 143mm x 16mm)
Pages: 256
Imprint: Ember
Publisher: Random House USA Inc
Publish Date: 7-Jun-2012
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - Amelia Atwater-Rhodes

Have you ever run into a teacher at the movie theater? It seems odd, surreal. You know perfectly well your teacher has an existence outside the classroom, but at the same time, it's so far beyond your ken that experiencing it is almost unreal. Now imagine being the teacher. It's like being an imaginary person, who has just accidentally walked into the room. One of the strangest results of having your name on a book jacket is the proliferation of people who know one narrow aspect of your life, and are suddenly surprised to learn there's more. For example, last spring, I dressed up as an evil mushroom for a day while attending Anime Boston with my writing group. The day before that, I was Zexion; I still have a short video of myself and my friends, dressed in those costumes, performing the kitty-cat dance in the Prudential lobby. The day before that, I was some character whose name I can't pronounce with pink hair. It had something to do with bread. I don't really know, despite my friends' attempts to prepare me. I hugged a lot of random strangers that day, because apparently when you're dressed as a beloved character with pink hair, people like to hug you. Thankfully, I'm less G

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