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The plot alone is decent, but it is the characters that made me really love the book.
Alan and Nick have had a falling out in this book and to complicate matters both boys seem to have at least a slight attraction to Mae.
The plot will keep readers guessing, and the ending will leave them begging for the trilogy's final volume.
I am a huge fan of this series. And I have to say, The Demon’s Covenant, hands down, is my favorite book in the series. This book is made of win. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Danielle @ Overflowing Shelf
I love this book! I would recommend it to every living person (or dead ;)) XD it has a great story going and is very emotional 5 stars for this book and it's brothersPublished 5 months ago by xS0ULTAK3Rx
I adore Sarah Rees Brennan's blog, and I've really enjoyed her fanfic and her most recent published novel. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Silicon Valley Girl
I think it's really hard to write the second in a series. The first has to hook, while the last has to wrap it all up nicely. Read morePublished 17 months ago by S. K. Harrell
I want it to be clear that I love the Demon's Lexicon series, and I think Sarah Rees Brennan is amazing, and this is not a critique on the book, and I would have given the print... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Karen H. Friedman
I was excited to Read the next installment of this series-i read the first book when it came out, but time constraints kept me from reading the second and I almost forgot that I... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Heather
I picked this novel up not realising it was the second in a trilogy, and I usually wouldn't be bothered wanting to read any preceding books. Read morePublished 21 months ago by J. Jarman
The characters grow and change and fascinate as they do. You simply cant put the book down! I enjoyed every page!Published 21 months ago by Judy Riggenbach
Nick, Nick, Nick. You are such a complex, well written character, you have such a streak of originality to you. We love reading about the moody, broody YA genre guy, the bad boy. Read morePublished on September 19, 2012 by Novelsontherun