Runs full force on the fires of hell and the sword power of heaven... The ultimate showdown is a Harry Potter-worthy battle between good and evil-but with a welcome dose of devilish humor...Demonically inspired by Stoker's DRACULA and divinely imagined into the present day, the series blends supernatural adventure with real adolescent preoccupations, from homework to hormones.
—The Horn Book
If the HARRY POTTER and TWILIGHT series conceived a child, DIABOLICAL would be it. This supernatural story takes place at a mysteriously dangerous boarding school... Think Hogwarts. But move over Jacob, there is a new werewolf in town named Kieren. His girlfriend, Quincie, is a vampire and his best friend, Zachary, is a fallen angel who lost his wings when he revealed himself to a human teen and fell in love with her. Together, this menagerie of magical creatures pretend to enlist at this spooky academy in order to protect another friend, Lucy, who has recently enrolled and whose life may be in peril due to the supernatural shenanigans that occur... For readers who are thirsting for more dark, paranormal fiction, this novel fits the bill.
Cynthia Leitich Smith is the acclaimed and best-selling author of Tantalize, Eternal, and Blessed as well as Tantalize: Kieren's Story, a graphic novel illustrated by Ming Doyle. She lives in Austin, Texas.
I love the Tantalize series. Tantalize is my favorite and Diabolical follows right behind. I mean a bordering school ran by Lucifer you can't get cooler than that!Published on July 22, 2013 by Distant Dweller
i love this book for the war between the fallen angels and the regular angels i really like the love relationships and very conversationalPublished on December 4, 2012 by Amazon Customer
While this book is the fourth in a series, it can be read on its own without too much difficulty. Of course, it does add to the reading experience if you've read the others but,... Read morePublished on July 9, 2012 by Mary@BookSwarm
I've kept at this series hoping to capture what I loved in book two. Second book in the series, but it's the first one I read (luckily, I don't feel it matters which order you... Read morePublished on June 25, 2012 by P. Eberhardt
i hate when great series end even when they are ended perfectly. this book was wonderful. thank you to the author of these wonderful books.Published on March 4, 2012 by vanessa stein
This series just keeps getting better and better! Each book is greater than the last and it started off with a pretty high bar to surpass. Read morePublished on February 22, 2012 by James F. Booth