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Demon Bait (Keeley Thomson Book 5)

Demon Bait (Keeley Thomson Book 5) [Kindle Edition]

P.S. Power

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Product Description

Product Description

The book that you've been waiting for.

The exiting conclusion to the series!

Keeley Thomson knew the world was a strange place. As a Greater Demon, she understands what reality really was. It's one of the defining traits of her kind.
Only now the entire world is changing, in ways she never would have guessed it could. It seems that Demon's aren't the top of the universal food chain after all, which can really set a girl back. That means Keeley has to learn some hard lessons fast, and do some things that she probably can't survive, or all of reality itself might just not make it.
Like it's her job to save it?
That's obviously a mistake, but it seems that someone very important thinks she's just the right person for the job.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 385 KB
  • Print Length: 191 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Orange Cat Publishing; 1 edition (31 May 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00KP1261A
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #30,674 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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In 2008 I was part of a high level governmental experiment designed to transfer the consciousness of a human being into a version of themselves from a different reality schema.

It worked. I won't go into the details, but I was left rather... Under prepared for the transfer. Being healthy and of sound mind I decided to find gainful employment. Long story short, I write books now.

I hope you enjoy them.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Badly damaged by the companion series 31 July 2014
By VideoNinja - Published on
Format:Kindle Edition
On it's own the Keely Thomson saga is quite good with an engaging, well written heroine and a great premise, and this could have been one of the strongest books in the series, as it introduces some great new elements and wrinkles to the story. Unfortunately, it's not as good as it should have been and this book would have been rated much, much higher if it weren't for the fact that the author continues to make the very poor decision to force the readers to read his "Other Places" series in order to follow all the plot threads in this one. That problem has presented itself before in this series, but it's now been compounded by the fact that Other Places has deteriorated dramatically from an interesting, if somewhat smutty, bit of fiction in volume one to an incoherent and plot hole filled exercise in teenage rape/murder/cannibalism fantasies by volume three, and a large part of the rampant misogyny and torture-porn is inexplicably, and against all story logic, aimed primarily at the 16 year old heroine of this one.

And that's really a shame, as up until Keely 4 (and, to a lesser extent, O.P. 2,) this would have been a series of books that I could have recommended for more mature older teens and up, but the discordant and frequently out of character elements introduced in the later Zach story lines really end up tainting the whole rather badly. In the end it's written at a juvenile level, but it's clearly not for kids. If you don't mind some unexplained story elements, I'd suggest simply skipping the Other Places books and then just reading the five Keelys and the companion book Friend-zoned.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars My least favorite book of the series 11 July 2014
By iDave - Published on
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
My least favorite book of the series. It wasn't bad, and I don't regret spending the money...but it was just "ok" at best.

Just a couple of comments on why that was:

=> Nothing much happens. It is not exactly action packed. After reading for a while the dog reminded me it was her dinner time, so I took a break. When I came back to the kindle I was surprised to see that I was 70% done with the book...but nothing had really happened yet.

=> Angst and internal deliberation. A lot of the book is spent on the main character considering things. I guess that's character development, but this is the last book of the series - not the first - so I really wasn't interested. I found myself skipping whole pages trying to find something interesting happening.

So that's my review. If I had to do it over again I would probably have passed on this one, but I don't feel cheated either. To sum it up in one word: "Meh".
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Keeley is Back with a Vengeance 1 Jun 2014
By Dave Phipps - Published on
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
The latest saga in the Keeley universe is full of surprises. This book took me completely by surprise. And I loved it.

Keeley is getting ready for the second crucible, and is moving out on her own as an adult. The problem is, she doesn't know what to expect. That's the point. She also has some other little side projects that come up, which basically means she has to save the world. So, no pressure.

If you liked the previous Keeley books, you'll love this one. If you are a fan of the other P.S. Power books, give this series a try. It's one his best. I highly recommend it.
4.0 out of 5 stars Series finale 16 July 2014
By Larry M. Paroubek - Published on
Format:Kindle Edition
Keeley has had an interesting year, learning that she was a demon, growing in skills and strength, and passing into adulthood almost 100 years early. In this series finale, she moves to and takes control of her own territory, and finds that the world is something different than she (and other demons) think it is.

A reasonably well-written story, difficult as it is to build a story from a first-person "stream of consciousness" perspective, that takes the reader through every thought & conversation experienced by the primary character, removing much of the actual "drama" from the story. There's also a bit of over-dependence on passive voice, and some occasionally awkward grammar.

I would rate this higher except for the fact that the primary plot of this book & series was "pulled out of thing air" -- there were no real hints given in either this or it's parallel "Other Places" series.
This plot twist was of sufficient importance that hints should have been laid throughout both series.
2.0 out of 5 stars Weak ending 25 Aug 2014
By Henry L. Lazarus - Published on
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P.S. Power has made Keeley Thomson way too powerful. In the previous four tales Keely has gone from being a new greater demon with a lot of potential and no understanding of how to use her new powers. Plus she was a high school student in a new school. Darla, her much older unknown sister was there to mentor her, and she managed to survive many attempts on her life. In this tale she has to handle three greater demons that the Librarian wants exiled to other worlds. All three are much more powerful than she is. Not only that but there are angels and they want her to find a different solution. In the end Keeley solves the problem much too easily, proving herself extremely powerful. I was a bit disappointed with the happy ending because it came so easily.
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