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The Consuming: Demon Soul Saga

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Who Can Stop the Apocalypse?
Jack O'Conner is lost, alone in the world. A year after the tragic death of his soul mate, alcohol is his only companion. He spends his nights drinking, angry, blaming God for his misery. Jack seems to be an empty vessel full of bitterness...and he catches the eye of a small demon scout named Max, who is searching for a soul to be consumed by h
Paperback, 230 pages
Published July 1st 2011 by Outskirts Press
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Christopher Kokoski

This was a great story full of constant action and sympathetic characters. The main character is, of all things, a fallen angel turned demon turned underdog hero. The author achieves the impossible of making the reader care for the demon as we follow his efforts to free his demon friend who is trapped inside a human! It's a fun, engaging read that I highly recommend!

The Consuming is the first book in the Demon Soul Saga by Todd Boyer, and lays the ground work for what could be very interesting series. For those who love their Bible lore this book will feed your habit. This novel fits nicely within the fantasy genre, and brings with it a new twist to Angels and Demons and their battle of good and evil. The author takes us to the depths of hell and looks into the heart of a demon and brings new light to the fallen.

The book follows two demons Ike and Max, a u
Allizabeth Collins

Jack O'Conner has dealt with his fair share of figurative demons - death, loss, and alcohol - but what happens when an actual demon decides to possess Jack's bitter soul and have a little fun? Well, not what demons Ike and Max thought would happen. Instead of consuming Jack's soul and taking control, Ike gets trapped inside and must rely on Max to somehow release him. Unfortunately, no one on Earth seems to know how, so Max must cross into another realm and find a demon who can help
Jan Marie Newby
I received The Consuming from Bostick Communications and did not know exactly what to expect, which is always an adventure in itself. From the very first page, I was happily engrossed in the plot and the characters. Had anyone ever told me that I would read a book about a couple of demons and actually grow to like them, I would have declared them non compos mentis (which is a polite way of saying they are crazy). But, I did indeed grow to like Max and Ike, a couple of reluctant demons who happen ...more
Sandra Stiles
Don’t let the genre “Christian Fiction” throw you off. This will appeal to both Christians and non-christians. This was interesting. What would happen if a demon were “trapped” in a human body while they tried to possess it? This is what happens to the demon Ike in this story. To make it interesting Max, another demon, decides to save his demon friend. It is during his mission to help his friend that he learns about a demon named Garrock. Garrock is a warrior and is making plans to do away with ...more
The Consuming
Author: Todd Boyer

Jack O’Conner doesn’t know it but his life and entire existence are about to change. Now, it is up to you to decide whether what happens to him are for the better or just a wake up call to recharge his life. You see, he just lost his wife in a serious accident on their wedding day His life is spiraling downhill and he’s feeling hopeless. Max is a demon scout and he has the solution. But, first you need to know how Max is and what he has planned for Jack. Max is not
Abby Matthews henderson
Great book for Christians and non-Believers. Can't wait for the sequel!
Shawna Hansen
@TBoyer317 First of all, I really love the cover of this book!

The story reminded me of many Bible stories I'd read as a kid. At first, I really didn't like the narration and felt like the narrator was telling too much and not letting me experience the story firsthand. Once I realized that this style was similar to Bible stories, I was OK with it.

Powerful setup for a series. The story has a moral bent and the readers who will really love this story will probably be turned away by the cover!!!

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