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Demon Apocalypse by Darren Shan
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Jun 10, 09

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Ever felt like the 'chosen one'? Grubbs sure is feeling it and doesn't like it one bit. Yeah, he's more like the 'captured one' right now. Only his kidnappers aren't so harsh, they're just there to make him face reality and fight alongside them. It's not really like you have a choice, it's something "for the better good" kind of thing. The guy just doesn't want to realize he has a great power inside him and if he doesn't use it, he's just a coward. There are two things that Grubbs regrets the most: letting his transformation take away the lives of the ones he loved, and trusting Juni. When we last left him, Grubbs was on a plane ride with Juni, who promised to take care of him and love him. But while on board, Juni's true colors appeared, and they weren't so pretty
I love these books. They're dark and violent but I can't help but read them. Not only read them but LOOK FORWARD to reading them. Sometimes I find myself reading because I have to, whether it's for a class or because I need an advisory book. And I just can't seem to get into the story. But with these books I jump right in and beg for more.

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