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Demon Divided (A Gallows Novel Book 2) Kindle Edition

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Length: 269 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

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Book fourteen in the New York Times bestselling urban fantasy series RT Book Reviews calls unbeatable entertainment!. Learn more | See series page

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  • File Size: 1012 KB
  • Print Length: 269 pages
  • Publication Date: November 30, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00AGJFO5G
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I'm the twisted mind behind The Gallows Novels and the After Death Series. If you want to know a bit about me, here it is: I spend too much time indoors and probably watch too many horror films. Some of my favourite things are; Alone time, people who know when to shut up, having a drink, eating pizza (usually after having too much drink the night before), reading books, adult swim cartoons, bad horror and sci-fi movies, proper good TV shows like Dexter & The Walking Dead, and last but not least having a laugh with my hilarious other half - this would usually include some of the above.

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Urban fantasy isn't my usual reading, but I really liked Blood Bound, book 1 of the Gallows series, so I decided to keep reading and I'm happy to say that I liked Demon Divided even more.

Demon-hunting twins Shaun and Sarah Gallows are back, trying to track down the vampire maker responsible for the vampire they have locked up in the basement. (Why you need a locked cage in the basement - to keep the vampire in, of course.) Along the way, Shaun finds himself being suspected of the grisly murder of a drug dealer, and Sarah is in thrall to the demon who is possessing the vampire in the basement (you thought regular vampires were bad...) - and that's just the beginning of their troubles! There's also serial-killing ex-vampire zombies (again, you thought regular vampires were bad!), a winsome human psychic who Shaun knows is the wrong girl for him but that doesn't seem to make any difference, Shaun and Sarah's mom (as scary as anything else they have to deal with!), the evil and corrupt Melissa from book 1 and her evil and corrupt dad, and a werewolf who just wants to be patted on the head and told "good doggy". It's lots of dark, gruesome fun, written in a clear, sophisticated style with an undercurrent of wit; one of my favorite lines is "He'd shifted into his furry skin and was looking a lot less feral than he had in human form, even if he did have a zombie arm hanging from his mouth." And Shaun, my favorite character, is back in fine curmudgeonly, junk-food-inhaling form.
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This is my first venture into Stevenson's world of vampires, demons, and other terrifying characters. I wasn't sure what to expect, but I found that her casual humor and tongue-in-cheek writing style held my attention and made me want to keep reading. An example of the wonderful dry humor that made me laugh out loud is this: "Shaun paused to think. He didn't want to go to the effort of taking her head off again. Not in his new coat."
Shaun and Sarah are twins whose mission in life is to hunt and destroy demons. Apart from the fact that Sarah keeps a vampire locked in her basement, and they behead and hammer stakes into the hearts of their prey on a daily basis, these siblings could be any brother and sister anywhere in the normal world. The brother/sister relationship is delightful, and typical of any siblings anywhere. Their romantic liaisons are filled with conflict made more complex by the fact that the people they are attracted to are not human.
It is the crazy combination of monsters, blood-letting and horror with the normalcy of their day to day relationship that creates the tension and keeps the reader so engaged. After all, who wouldn't want a pet werewolf lying on their doormat?
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Demon Divided (A Gallows Novel) by Sharon Stevenson

Demon Divided is a gripping and wonderful addition to the book series.

Many elements are included in this great read as Sarah and Shaun continue to track demons, embracing vampires and the psychic essence. Blood spills from these pages for all young adult readers and other age groups of this supernatural genre.

Get ready for a fun blood-fueled but dark horror story, which will tease and maybe just tug at your insides! So, take a trip from the mortal world and step into the gruesome layers of Demon Divided for a unique style of disturbed imperfections.

Everything is wrapped into this super story - so, pick up this supernatural action-packed demonic book!

Loved it!!! A massive 5*****
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An interesting story of siblings demon hunters, Shaun and Sarah.
At first I was confused since this is the second in the series and most of the characters were already introduced in book one. It took me several pages to figure out how is Sarah connected to Shaun and why she keeps
a vampire in her basement. Who was Ray, Dev, Ben and War. Eventually it all kind of connected. Once it did the story took off and it captured me. The plot thickens when Shaun gets framed and things take on crazy and unpredictable turns.
There are many aspects in this book that would appeal to all ages. Still, I'd say with some gruesome scenes of beheading and cutting, it is not for those with faint of hearts or too young
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Demon Divided is a story about twin demon hunters, Sarah and Shaun Gallows. In an effort to restore one of her boyfriends, Ben, to his mortal self, Sarah hunted down Ben's vampire maker using a blessed stake, which was supposed to revert all vampires made by that vampire maker.

Things got complicated when Sarah rashly bounded with a demon to try to extract information about Ben's maker out of him, which turned out to be not what Sarah wished for.

I enjoyed this book and read it in less than a day. The unique characters and complicated romantic relationships make this book hard to put down. I do want to say that I find Sarah's story/point of view more interesting than Shaun's.
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