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Demons of the Rich and Famous by Tawny Stokes
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Nov 25, 11

Read from November 23 to 25, 2011

Demon Whisperer was a highly enjoyable novel and it was excellent. There are a few demon novels floating around and the ones I’ve read I have thoroughly enjoyed. Needless to say I thought that Demon Whisperer was such a good book.
I really liked the concept of Demon Whisperer and I really liked Caden. I thought it was cool how Caden was an exorcist; it’s definitely something different to the usual sort of Paranormal YA I’m used to. Not to mention the protagonist is a male. I really liked Caden’s voice too. He was so full of himself but he was also really determined to fix his mistakes which I really admired.
The supporting characters were all really awesome and I loved Dan and Aspen. I also liked the cat, I always have a fondness for cats and in Demon Whisperer I made no exception.
Demon Whisperer has excellent pacing and I had reached the end in no time because I just kept reading on. It was really good. The whole time events kept happening that would either make things worse or just a tiny little bit better. Of course, that’s how things are when you deal with demons. One minute they’re friendly and the next they are your enemy.
Overall, I think that Demon Whisperer is a really good book and the ending was not how I had expected it to be. I definitely can’t wait to read the sequel I just know it will be amazing. If you’re looking for a paranormal about something other than vampires or werewolves then you’ll love Demon Whisperer.
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