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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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Product Details

  • Paperback: 264 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (June 28, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1460983777
  • ISBN-13: 978-1460983775
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.6 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 15.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,784,836 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"Dantalion of the Goetia" was given to me as a Christmas gift. It is an interesting book about demonic ritual magick, a condemned demon and an ancient grimoire. The story line has a girl that becomes obsessed with Dantalion after she summons him to a religious Courtyard. Her best friend trys to help her and they both become a part of Dantalion's world between the realms of heaven and hell. As a reader, you will need to focus like no other fiction book due to the poetic writing style. The occult nature, fantasy, romance, and historical fiction has me hooked. I can't put the book down!
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I first saw Dantalion of the Goetia listed on Amazon.com, and as a reader of paranormal fantasy and romance novels, I tend to be very picky about what I invest my time in reading haha. My curiosity led me to read inside the book. I immediately was interested because I felt that there was something different about this book.

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!
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A friend of mine had recommended that I read Dantalion of the Goetia on Goodreads and Shelfari. At first I was skeptical, but a book with a condemned demon, an ancient grimoire, and demonic ritual magic sounded kind of cool. Admittedly, I was instantly hooked. Dantalion is summoned in a religious Courtyard by a girl named Laurel. She becomes totally obsessed with him. When Laurel's best friend Rowan attempts to help her, they both become a part of Dantalion's world between the realms of heaven and hell. It just pulled me in even more. This book is written in a poetic style that is unlike any other fiction book out there today. The book contains elements of historical fiction, fantasy, romance, and definitely occult nature. I highly recommend it to anyone and everyone I come across.
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I was recommneded Dantalion of the Goetia on Goodreads and Shelfari.. It sounded cool - a condemned demon - an ancient grimoire - demonic ritual magick. I was hooked into reading the book. Dantalion is summoned in a religious Courtyard by a girl named Laurel. She becomes totally obsessed with him. When Laurel's best friend Rowan attempts to help her, they both become a part of Dantalion's world between the realms of heaven and hell. The storyline pulled me into something deeper than expected - a poetic writing style that challenged me as a reader to focus - not like anything I've read in today's fiction. The story had elements of historical fiction, fantasy, romance, and definitely occult nature. This book was a worthy add on my "to read" list.
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Because the book title contained my name I had to read it.
I was pleasantly surprised!

I would not normally go for the occult romance genre but like I said... had to read it.

The surprise in the book came with the twists in the characters, especially Rowan, the best friend of the main character.

The story is well crafted to take the reader on a gothic and heart pulling romp into a world that comes from an ancient book of magick "The Ars Goetia" (which is a real book, BTW).

I had a cross country trip on a plane and book offered me a great diversion for the trip.

Yes, Enjoyed it. Fully.

Dantalion Jones
Author of a bunch of books if search my name.
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I was recommneded Dantalion of the Goetia. It sounded cool based on the demons, grimoire, and magick. As soon as I started reading this book, I was hooked. Dantalion is summoned by a girl named Laurel. She becomes totally obsessed with him. When Laurel's best friend trys to help her, they both become a part of heaven and hell. The storyline pulled me into something deeper than expected - a poetic writing style that makes the reader focus - not like anything I've read in today's fiction. The story had elements of historical fiction, fantasy, and romance I highly recommend this book.
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By Russel on September 2, 2011
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Well, I got this book as a gift.This is great book. Amazing story. I enjoyed the character's development and their personalities and deep emotions. The book contains elements of historical fiction, fantasy, romance, and definitely occult nature. This book is not written like any other fiction book out there today but in a poetic style. It was easy to read and very easy to understand!I recommend this book to anyone who loves to read novel.
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