Demon (Fallen (Pocket Books)) Mass Market Paperback – 31 May 2011
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About the Author
Kristina Douglas is the author of the Fallen series, including Raziel, Demon, and Warrior. She also writes as Anne Stuart, New York Times bestselling author of more than sixty novels, including Ruthless and Fire and Ice. She lives in Northern Vermont with her luscious husband, three cats, and one Springer Spaniel. And when she’s not working, she’s watching movies, listening to rock and roll (preferably Japanese), and spending far too much time quilting. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
Top Customer Reviews
Again, in the first person, eurgh. Horrible way to narrate a romance.
And again, no emotion. What is it with this author and emotion? I understand she is trying to write strong, alpha males, but other authors have written about strong alpha males and managed to show them feeling emotion.
I hated this book with a passion. There's some emotion for you Kristina Douglas. And here's why. This book is about Azazel, a fallen angel, and Rachel, a human. He thinks she is a demon called Lillith, which of course she is (or used to be) because otherwise there would be no point to this book. But she doesn't remember being Lillith, she has amnesia, as far as she knows she is just a human. There's a prophecy that says he is going to marry her and they will rule over hell. So rather than just, you know, staying away from her, he captures her and leaves her staked out for the nephilim to eat alive. He changes his mind. Goes back, frees her, lets her leave. 1.5 years later, the fallen angels find out that when she was Lillith she was imprisoned near to lucifer and, as they're trying to free lucifer but don't know where he is, they need Rachel's memories. But she has amnesia. So, do they try asking her for help? Do they try anything to bring her memories back? Nope. Azazel captures her again, sleeps with her a couple of times, in a very cold way as she's a nasty, nasty demon and then hands her over to the Truthbreakers for torture. Yep, you heard me right, torture. Now, we're not just talking basic human torture, these are supernatural torturers, so you can imagine the methods they come up with.Read more ›
Given how unemotional Azazel was in book one i expected his book to lack in this area but it was kind of extreme. Rachel was an odd character due to the fact she didnt really know who she was.
The plot of the story is bascially that Azazel sets out to destroy Rachel...and keeps changing his mind. I found the story quite addictive and finished the book quite quickly and will definately read the next book but i agree with another review here that Azazel was scarily unemotional which as i said was expected but Rachel is put through hell at his hands - he doesn't ever really feel true remorse for this, she has simply to get over it (and she does which is more surprising) The harsh treatment of her and her experiences made the book hard to put down but the aftermath was unrealistic at best. She forgave far too easily, i imagine to tie up the loose ends in the book. Azazel was so abusive of her and he came across as a complete (cant use the word i want) pig.
As a result i don't know what i think of it really.
Readers should read the books in order to get a better picture.
All I can say without spoiling the story is that you won't be disappointed.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
2nd book about the Fallen and written so well, I find it hard to put this book down. Looking forward for the next book to be published.Published on 23 Jun. 2012 by Mrs. T. Hopkinson
Well, got this book quick, read it in 1 day! once I opened it I could not put it down, a lover and deamons! brill story line and lovely romantic parts. nice heart warmer in partsPublished on 29 Nov. 2011 by Amazon Customer