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Demon Girl (Keeley Thomson Book One) [Kindle Edition]

P.S. Power
3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)

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Book Description

*Also make sure to pick up a copy of book two in the Keeley Thomson series: Keelzebub (Book Three: Mistress of Souls is coming out in September of 2012)


Who do you think you are?

It's not a hard question for most people. You are what you do. Who you know. The sum of your potential.
In the end, it likely doesn't matter anyway.
You just are.

Keeley Thomson knows who she is.
She's a completely normal sixteen year old schoolgirl.

At least that's what she tries to tell herself.

The reality is a little different, what with her ability to know all about a person with a single touch and habit of seeing the world for what it truly is, rather than the illusion she's supposed to see according to society.

In other words she's a freak. A fact that she's well and truly resigned herself to.
Isolated by her strangeness, trying desperately to avoid even normal situations in order to stay halfway sane.

Now though, Darla Gibson, the school's head cheerleader, has taken an unnatural interest in Keeley, who may be the only person in the world that can see her for what she really is.

Something not exactly human.

Keeley needs to adapt fast, because the world is far different than even she knows, and no one is exactly what they seem anymore.

Possibly not even herself.


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Product Details

  • File Size: 687 KB
  • Print Length: 153 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Orange Cat Publishing (January 21, 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0070K2IIA
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #39,581 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great book!! March 11, 2012
By Angel
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
I really enjoyed this book, it was a pleasure to read. Not only it was an easy reading and a superb story, this fantasy book about demons was so captivating. The characters are interesting, engaging, unique..I really got a feel of their individual situation as the story progressed. Most of them are very complex people who have been through some strong events in their lives which made them very unique. The magical aspect in the book was sensational and the way it was introduce was just brilliant. I also liked how the story kept things moving. The descriptions throughout the book were pretty impressive, it was really like a portrait being painted everytime. I also liked that the writer kept it fun with a touch of humor, I found myself laughing quite a few times.

It is a good creation, the writer gave us a great work, easily balancing the interactions with the plotline. Amazing and unique characters. Overall, a great book!!!:)
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars I Enjoyed These Books April 14, 2013
By PMSteve
Format:Kindle Edition
I read all three Keelie Thomson books back to back to back. This review is for the trilogy.

The story is of a teenaged girl who one day is told by a cheerleader that she is actually a major demon. The cheerleader, it turns out is also a demon and hef half sister - and - her new demon-mentor.

The stories tell of Keelie's training as she learns what it is to be a major demon and how to use her new powers. An interesting story with quite a few twists and turns.

I had a few issues with the three books an any reader of e-books knows what I am about to say: Proofreading!

The author needs to learn how to use: TO and TOO. Also there are quite a few misused synonyms and glaring grammatical errors. Some sentence structures are incomprehensible and the word 'overly' is greatly over used, especially at the end of sentences.

At first it seemed odd, then it became silly and finally it was just plain annoying. The word could have been deleted in every instance and not changed the meaning of the sentence overly.

All in all, I enjoyed all three even though some of the elements were very predictable.

One part I laughed out loud at was in the final book where a real vampire attends a Halloween party dressed as a raccoon! Very clever! Didn't see that one coming!

Buy these books.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Disappointing January 14, 2013
By Mvargus
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I like the overall premise.

And Keeley could have been a great character.

Unfortunately, this story just doesn't come together for me. I think part of the problem was the way P.S. Power seems to hate adult men. I don't think there was a single father in the story who comes across as even slightly sympathetic. Most were venal and evil men who were mere foils for the main character and her suddenly discovered older half-sister.

The rest of the cast also plays a bit towards the "faceless cilche character". Keeley is definitely fleshed out, but beyond her the story is mostly fluff. I had a hard time finding the main plot thread and the story meanders around at times. It was almost as if P.S. Power wasn't sure where she wanted to take the story. I never got a feeling that the events being described were for a specific reason and they just appeared to be occuring to move the story along.

This might be because this is the first book in a series and P.S. Power was attempting to set up future plot lines, which is what the story felt like. But if its going to be a setup piece, the characters have to be much more engaging. I found this story interesting, but not engaging, and I have yet to decide if I'll pick up book two. Currently I'm not looking at getting it anytime soon.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars lots of good "what if" June 20, 2013
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Not a real valid gripe but hard to identify with a demon without human values/emotions even my fav robot have more empathy. Still will prob try book two.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Well written, but not my type book June 20, 2013
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I'll admit to being a 75-year old man who graduated from high school in 1955. (For those of you who remember Fonzie, I was there.) Anyway, "Demon Girl" is well written, the author is good and the price was right for me to try something different. I gave it 4 stars, but I'm so far past high school that it was sort of foreign to me at times.

I think that those who followed "Buffy, the Vampire Slayer" will love these books. The first book sort of stops rather than comes to a final conclusion. I suspect it is part of a series where the following book builds on the previous ones, rather than just having the same characters in a separate adventure as Clive Cussler does, for example.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Very original book October 23, 2012
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The first book of an engrossing and original series. Love how the main character doesn't agonize over life's setbacks but roles with the punches. So many books in this genera are 50 pages of character introduction followed by 190 pages of "woe is me, It's all hopeless " and the WOW 20 pages of holy cow I'm awesome. !! Worth more than the price of the book !! (but thanks for making it affordable!)
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Surprised October 6, 2012
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This review is from: Keelzebub (Keeley Thomson) (Kindle Edition)
I was very reluctant to read this series. I have read most of the other books by this author and have always enjoyed them. I just could not see this story line making sense.

Wow was I wrong. I could not put them down. Well thought out and action packed. Each installment left me asking for more.

I highly recommend this series!
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Published 9 months ago by Maria Jesus Escobar Oliva
1.0 out of 5 stars Do NOT READ if you are a Christian
Should have read L. Tran's review.

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5.0 out of 5 stars I really enjoy this series (and all the other series by this author).
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More About the Author

A long time ago, which is actually a little less than four years, I was involved in a special program in a different place. A very different place. I won't go into the details, because... Boring. The overview is simple enough so I'll just share that.

Using extreme mental conditioning I was to transfer into a different reality scheme, and the person there moved into my own.

It worked. Yay.

Now I'm stuck here, so, you understand, I need to do something.

The person I replaced was a wizard. Now I can do that, sure, who can't?

But your world only has about three of those officially, and people look at you funny when you try to tell them that's what you do for a living. How other me managed I don't know. Can you imagine explaining that to the checker in a grocery line? Talk about awkward.

So I decided to share some of my writing with you. I know you'll like it.

But just in case you're wondering, these really are my own work, I didn't just... copy them from the original author in some other reality and claim them as my own here. That would be unethical.

*Also: If you, or someone you know is from a different reality, say one where Al Gore won the presidential race... Could you get in touch with me? I kind of want to return home now.

Thank you for your patronage.

P.S. Power

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