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The Demon Chasers: The Chronicles of Mídhris (Volume 1) Paperback – May 31, 2012
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About the Author
G. M. Deveril is the name of the fictive redactor of the Chronicles and the nom de Mídhris of Paul E. Strid who lives and writes in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He fell in love with words at an early age and takes delight in learning languages. A double dropout, he studied early and medieval church history at UCLA back when these stories began and, decades later, explored multi-cultural and interfaith ministry at several theological schools in Berkeley. The Chronicles of Mídhris are probably the true project and doctoral thesis of all his studies. For a decade he served as vicar of St. Cuthbert's Episcopal Church in Oakland, California. Retired from his church career he now works in customer support for federal travelers. His hobbies include cooking, gardening, photography, and enjoying local theatre.
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The Demon Chasers kept me interested throughout the book and I hope the sequel comes out as quickly as possible! It was a truly wonderful story, and I must admit I was pleased with the strength of the female characters. Never were they treated as secondary to the male characters. I also was impressed with the high quality of the editing and grammar, something not always found in ebooks, especially those that are self-published as this one was.
I was immediately caught up in the story of Ian who was mysteriously
transported to a world that was plagued by the Chegjan, an evil being.
At first I was infatuated with the world created by the author and
at first was a bit overwhelmed by it. The author provides a lot of
details about the world he created which I enjoyed exploring. After
settling in, I was drawn in by the story line and the surprising
end of book 1. I am eager to start the second book of the series,
"The Light Bearers"
Slow start, but this book is well written, fanciful, and full of insights into the main characters. It isn't too short, and it's not too easy, but it's a fun read.