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Slawter (The Demonata, Book 3)
Slawter (The Demonata, Book 3)
by Darren Shan
Edition: Paperback
Price: £6.99

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Slawter review, 18 Jun. 2008
The book takes off where Lord Loss ended, with Grubbs, Bill-E and Dervish Grady all try to live a normal life. Then a horror movie director invites them to come an join her as they film Slawter, the most realistic demon film ever.
But who is this director really working for?
Why are children going missing?
And why are the Demons on set looking realistic... too realistic?

Lord Loss is back, and wants revenge on Grubbs.

BUY THE BOOK! It's brilliant.


Demon Thief (The Demonata, Book 2)
Demon Thief (The Demonata, Book 2)
by Darren Shan
Edition: Paperback
Price: £6.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Demon Theif review, 18 Jun. 2008
The wonderful Demonata series continues...I absoloutly adore the way Darren Shan has gone back in time to the 1970's in this story- feature at least one character from the previous book who we all know as Dervish Grady as a punk, a new recruit to the Demon slaying team of Disciples.

Buy the book- it's brilliant.


Lord Loss (Book One of The Demonata)
Lord Loss (Book One of The Demonata)
by Darren Shan
Edition: Paperback
Price: £6.99

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Lord Loss review by Joe in the UK, 18 Jun. 2008
A magnificent introduction to the Demonata series!
Darren proves himself again- the Vampire series was fabulous, but the Demonata series are... unspeakably amazing.
Grubbs Grady is the character in this book, and unlike some books, Lord Loss goes straight to the point- only one chapter is spent on the usual old 'I live with my parents and go to school and play football'.
On Chapter two (Or was it three?)
WHOOSH!
Instantly brought into a world of terror.
Grubbs discovers his Mum, Dad and Sisters heads torn off and killed by Demons Lord Loss, Vein and Artery.
I won't go any further than that- but I can tell you that this game has three key points:
Demons
Chess
Werewolves.

Buy this book- it's actually worth a heck of allot more than £4.99 (Was that the price?)


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