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"Dantalion of the Goetia": The legend is foretold, from the writings of the Ars Goetia, he who bears the name of Dantalion, hath fallen from grace. ... who wears the mark of a demon... Paperback – June 28, 2010
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Tina M. E., winner of editor's choice award for Outstanding Achievements in Poetry, author of "The Silent Serenade", an inspirational book of poetry and photography, and "Dantalion of the Goetia", a fictional fantasy entrancing readers to embrace a main character one would not only be intrigued to fall in love with, but whose powers one can only wish to possess.
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Once I started reading, I couldn't put the book down. The author blended traces of paranormal fantasy with historical fiction based off an ancient grimoire called "The Goetia." Dantalion falls from grace over the lust of a mortal girl named Lilith and is condemned as an Incubus demon - a shape shifter. He haunts a college girl named Laurel in her dreams who resembles his love Lilith.
The beginning of the story quotes:
"Dantalion's lust was my obsession. His curse was mine alone to bear. Strange as it seemed, I welcomed it. Every night. Pain consumed me but at the same time, gave me something back, an empty reflection of the taste of immortality. His was the only voice I ever heard. He became an elixir pulsing through my blood. I could hear his breathing, beside me in the night. Sure as a scream, wearing the face of the angel of darkness...He who wears the mark of a demon..."
The author makes you feel like you're inside the characters, thinking every thought, feeling every emotion. The love and obsession was a perfect balance without being over the top, but still makes you want more. The descriptive imagery throughout the book makes for one of my new top favorites. I fell in love with Dantalion and the other characters, making me want more of them. I would definitely recommend this book!