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Demoniac Dance (The Goblin Series Book 2) Kindle Edition

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Length: 212 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

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  • File Size: 2490 KB
  • Print Length: 212 pages
  • Publisher: Golbin Publishing; Second edition (May 23, 2014)
  • Publication Date: May 23, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007UPEXP6
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,526,122 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Jaq D Hawkins is a published writer with 9 books in publication in the Mind, Body and Spirit field published by Capall Bann Publishing as well as four Fantasy novels in print and E-book; The Goblin Trilogy which consists of Dance of the Goblins, Demoniac Dance, and Power of the Dance (Combined Trilogy edition available in paperback and only on Amazon in ebook form), also the Steampunk book, The Wake of the Dragon, an airship pirate adventure among the opium trade in an alternative history, also available in audiobook. More coming soon.

Information on all titles can be found through her website at

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Lita Burke on August 4, 2013
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Namah, a young woman from the far side of the river, escapes an arranged marriage on her wedding day. After a harrowing pre-dawn ride in a tipsy boat, she meets wonderful magician friends--one of them Namah's older sister who was also a runaway bride. But trouble threatens Namah's magic-filled life on this side of the river.

Count Anton receives a visit from a bureaucrat bearing the unwelcome news of a neighboring king claiming Anton's lands. An invasion force will soon swarm up the river. Anton's people are farmers and craftsmen, not soldiers. And the reclusive underground goblins refuse to help. After years of hateful actions from Anton's people, the goblins have good reasons for leaving the surface dwellers to their fate.

Without goblin fighters, even Namah and her young women friends must help however they can. These king's soldiers terrify Anton's inexperienced fighters, but when the would-be conquerors draw blood from Anton's long-time goblin friend Haghuf, the escalated war is more than Namah, Count Anton, and their unwelcome visitors could ever imagine.

Coming of age stories are a timeless delight, and Demoniac Dance delivers. Namah is a clever untrained magician, but she struggles with pubescent naïveté. Count Anton is also a complex figure of a practical ruler who, ten years after marrying his Countess Ariane and producing a son, has fooled himself for the duration by saying he does not regret marrying the wrong woman. By the end of Demoniac Dance, we see his actions, thoughts, and heart align.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Libby at Large on March 22, 2015
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This was a new genre for me. I don't think I've ready any dark fantasy sword and sorcery books since Harry Potter, but I think maybe I should check out more because I thoroughly enjoyed Demoniac Dance. What impressed me the most was the wonderfully descriptive writing. The author paints a very vivid picture, which at times is absolutely lovely--especially at the beginning when we see everything new through Namah's eyes--and at times it's absolutely terrifying--as the story unfolds, there's a lot of conflict going on, and a lot of edge-of-your-seat moments full of detail that will really put you in the scene. Some of the non-human creatures featured in the book (particularly those who lived in the river) made Voldemort seem downright cuddly by comparison. Sorry about the Harry Potter mention (again) but like I said I'm new to the genre.

Another thing that I really enjoyed about Demoniac Dance was towards the end when we found out where exactly this post-apocalyptic community is located. I happen to have spent four years living there, so it was really cool to imagine it as described in this book.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Robert Studholme on May 2, 2012
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I read a review copy of this that I'd been sent by the author. Let's be honest, on looking at the blurb, I was wondering if saying I'd review had been a good idea. It wasn't long, though, before I realized that there is much more to this story than meets the eye.
The first clue is that the writing is good. It never drops below polished and competent, but it has passages where it really shines. The initial description of Namah's flight from her village early in the morning when she runs away from the marriage that has been arranged for her is captivating and pushed me to read on.
I found out that this world is a post-apocalyptic one (this may be a spoiler, though I don't think so - I've come to this as the second book in a series and don't know what was revealed in the first). There are goblins in this tale, but they are descended from humans. They have powers which seem magical, but they aren't the Harry Potter style of magic that I find hard to accept.
The goblins are very easy to believe as another species, related to humans, but culturally as well as physically different. Their lifestyle and customs are well imagined and give evidence of a lot of very serious world building.
I found myself warming to this as I read on. There are battle sequences that read like warfare should - in my opinion anyway. There are people who have conflicting desires and motivations for their behavior. That's good - all the real ones that I've met usually have those.
There is good politics between the different factions and believable behavior from the magical beasts.
The only thing that I found lacking is perhaps a feature of me coming into a series late, or maybe a thing that the author didn't want to reveal yet because the series is not finished.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Lawanda Matthews on March 11, 2015
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This story begins with Namah, a young run away bride and a trip across a river. It quickly evolves into a wide world filled with mysteries and mythical creatures. There were several things in the novel that pleasantly surprised me (no spoilers) the first is that although I came to the series in the second book, I never felt lost about what was going on, but I did get a deep sense of the character's history with one another. The second was the depth of the goblin culture. If I had to pick one thing, this would be what I loved the most. Hawkins teases with bits of knowledge and secrets of this fascinating people, but never enough that we feel satisfied that we fully understand them, leaving the air of mystery intact right until the end. Lastly I was definitely intrigued at the setting, there are hints through the book (and I assume the first book as well) that the novel is set in post apocalyptic times, somehow this made the story even better for me. If you are looking for a fun and magical adventure then I would recommend giving this book a read.
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