Confronting the Demon (The Seven Circles of Hell Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Not true with this story. Confronting the Demon is a well-written story and the characters are well-developed that you care very much about what happens to them in the story. My favorite part of this story is how she wrote the arrival of the demon. In most stories, a portal opens and a human sized demon walks out. In Ciara's story, you are amazed of the size of the demon just by the length of time it takes to bring itself in the mortal realm. Tendril after tendril comes through giving it enough leverage to finally pull itself through the opening. This is suspense at its finest! With all of the wizards, including Alloran and Gisayne, trying to keep the demon at bay while defeating the antagonist, Ladanyon. and closing the gate; there is a sense of fatigue that comes upon the reader when it's over. High praise for Ciara and her style of writing!
The additional story, A Magical Melody, was just as entertaining and well-written. I'd love to read more about both sets of characters from these two stories and look forward to more novels in the future.
“Confronting the Demon” tells the tale of the wizard Alloran, who is hiding out in the city of Ehsan after his once-friend Ladanyon framed him for summoning demons and murdering people. When a number of demon-murdered bodies start cropping up in his path, and his young girlfriend Giselle comes looking for him, Alloran must decide whether he is willing to risk his life and that of those around him to confront his enemy. Overall, I enjoyed the story a great deal, because it deals with a number of interesting themes. Alloran has chosen cowardice in his recent life, for legitimate reasons, and he must decide whether he is willing to take the risks necessary to be brave. This leads to a conflict that continued to hold my attention throughout the whole story.
In “A Magical Melody,” composer Avram must find a stolen piece of magical music that has the potential to do great harm to whoever has taken it if the magic gets out of control. I enjoyed this story even more than “Confronting the Demon,” probably at least in part because I have some background in music, and I enjoyed the idea of magical music. I don’t want to give any spoilers, but I liked how the theft highlighted the relationships that the unattractive Avram had with the women in his life.
Overall, I recommend both “Confronting the Demon” and “A Magical Melody” to anyone who enjoys thought-provoking fantasy stories.
takes his place as a wizard who explores new magic. A beautiful woman. This story takes passion and friendship among wizards and weaves a fast paced tale of magic. Well written, fast paced. A different take on traditional magic. An enjoyable read.