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The Demon's Grave by [MacCallum, E.M.]
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About the Author

E.M. loves long walks through bookstores, Disney, horror movies/books, anything supernatural, and researching random facts. She lives by a lake out in the Canadian wilderness with internet access, her husband, and a rag-tag band of pets. If you'd like to know more, please visit: www.emmaccallum.com

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  • File Size: 3435 KB
  • Print Length: 435 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: May 31, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00YO44EUA
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,511,659 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Nora has been having some strange experiences lately but she is afraid to share her fears about them with her family and friends The reason is that she is not entirely certain that shes not imagining it all in her head...

After all its happened before.

She is even more unsettled when the newest addition to her circle of friends,Aidan Birket invites them all to go to an old house that his family owns. Not only because she dislikes him but that she senses that they would be wrong to to go to there.

But in the end Nora is convinced to go with them against her own doubts and her best friend Phoebe reinforcing it by telling her about a strange dream she had. But in the end they all convince each other that they are going.Who care about some weird things like that.

When they arrive Aidan warns them to not to go up the stairs to the third floor,because its not safe,but impetous Phoebe cant resist and goes to explore causing the others to follow her. They find a strange room and a door.

Things are set into motion and a shadow that takes the form of a man appears introduces himself as Damien and tell them that they have to go through the door and take on the Challenges he will make for them that will be based on their fears and desires.

If they pass the Challenges they will all go free but if they fail,or even die. They will all belong to Damien and stay in the Demons grave...

My initial thoughts about "The Demons Grave" was not entirely good as after the prologue I was thrown into a confusion in the first chapter when names where thrown at me in a rapid sucession. Who what??
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Not quite thriller, horror, or urban fantasy, but definitely interesting and creepy!

The book begins with Nora receiving messages from some supernatural force. When she and her college friends go on a vacation, they get drawn into a portal governed by a demon. If they are to escape, they must complete six challenges that are their nightmares come to life. Nora learns that the messages have significance in this scary world and she wasn’t the only one who received them.

The book starts out with plenty of suspense. It doesn’t take very long before something unusual happens. Around a fourth of the way into the book, it gets really hard to put down because what is happening to the characters is so dangerous and strange. There is also some tension between the characters that keeps it interesting.

The main character, Nora, can be a little annoying at times because she freaks out and doesn’t always use her brain. There was one scene in which a simple solution was right in front of her face and she overlooked it. If she had realized the solution staring her in the face, she could have avoided a battle with zombies. So, that was a little irritating, but overall, I thought she was likable. I think what kept her in my good graces was her selflessness and bravery.

I am not sure how I feel about the other characters, because there are a lot of questions surrounding them that aren’t answered in this book. If I have to pass judgment, I’d say that Aidan, Cody, and Read are okay, but Phoebe and Robin can stay in the demon’s grave. Phoebe is impulsive and gets everyone into more trouble. Robin basically screams and cries during her scenes.

Overall, the plot was sound. My only complaint is I had a hard time keeping up with which trial they were.
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Nora has a very sad past that involving the death of her twin sister. During that time, a demon was beckoned from The Grave, who then denied the summoner. As Nora tries to grow up as normal as possible, there are still residual hauntings that hit her out of nowhere.

This is what she thinks is happening after she hears things, sees things, and begins having ghoulish nightmares. In order to regain a sense of normalcy, Nora agrees to a weekend away from it all with a bunch of her friends. The getaway is at Aidan's house - the guy she can sense from across a room and kind of creeps her out.

When they go into the old Victorian home, Aidan has pretty strict rules about not going up any higher than the second floor. When questioned, he doesn't really have an answer but insists that his late grandfather indicated that it's unsafe. Of course, teens will be teens and next thing you know, the whole group of them are suddenly locked in a room without a door and a demon is beckoning them to the Challenges that await just beyond his shadow.....

Are you ready to be taken on the "living nightmare" of a lifetime? That is exactly what happens as soon as you open this book. Join Nora, Aidan, and a bunch of their friends as they try to outsmart a demon in room-after-room; each containing one friend's nightmare. Only those who can survive the trials will get to escape The Demon's Grave.

What a mind bending horror story! I was hooked from the prologue. As the story progressed you can't help but become attached to the main characters. Nora has such deep seated issues pertaining to her past and she's tries not to let it affect her.
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