Demorn: City Of Innocents (The Asanti Series Book 2) By David Finn

Price: $0.99 

Page Count: 306Demorn: City of Innocents (The Asanti Series Book 2) by [Finn, David]

Category: Science Fiction/Fantasy/LGBT

Format: Kindle 

ISBN: 0995353913

Released: January 14, 2016  

Publisher: Firethorn Publishing  

Reviewer: Bibliofiles13

****I got this book as a gift in exchange for an honest review.****
I absolutely loved the first book and I feel the same about Demorn: City of Innocents. When I got the books I did not know that they would be written so well, but BAM they were. The book starts right where the first book left off and kept going. I felt like I was running right along with Demorn when her situation would change quickly but she handled it very well. She is very adaptable and interesting. And quite funny with her sarcastic remarks. There are plenty of plot twists that are awesome!

Demorn 2 showed how the fall of Demorn’s home affected her in every aspect. Her emotional side was shown more and you got to see her grow and see part of the reasons why she is so fierce. Alex was shown in more depth as well. Many of the characters had more of a back story and was perfect to be shown in the second book. Even though there was more information divulged about the characters, there was plenty of action and it was spectacular. All the questions I typed in my review of the first book were answered. I even had questions answered that I didn’t know I had until I started reading book 2. I like that in both books I was at the edge of my seat the whole time. I stayed up late reading the book not wanting to put it down even when I had things to do the next day. Being more tired than my usual was well worth it and I firmly stick to that.

I laughed so hard throughout the book because the things theses characters do and say are hysterical. ****Spoiler Alert Guys**** Especially when Guard Dog was telling the ogre that he killed his lackeys and the ogre is so furious he says ” Lackeys are lackeys, you cocky *********.” One of the best quotes in the book. I laughed for a good 10 minutes afterwards. I could just picture the ogre ticked off with a red face because he had to fight Guard Dog. Like seriously dude don’t get angry for having to fight, if you had better lackeys there wouldn’t be a problem. hahaha . The other funny quote I love was when Demorn saw skeletons gyrating and dancing. That was the best because I ended up laughing so hard I cried. I could just picture it in my head so perfectly and Demorn was watching them like what the heck? Priceless. ****End Of Spoilers****

Thanks David for the book I really appreciate the gem that it is. It’s going on my favorite shelf for life. 🙂 I really enjoyed reading this book and I know others will too.

I honestly don’t know how you wrote down these incredible characters with strange and incredible situations without laughing, David. How did you do it? I don’t remember the last time I laughed so hard, so many times in a series except for Harry Potter. You know it’s a good book when it’s engaging and dark but funny and leaves you wanting more, because believe me I want more. Every time I think about Demorn I always grin widely because I know that she will be up to something again at any moment. I don’t know what I am going to do with myself now that I finished this book. Demorn 3 isn’t out yet and I feel anticipation to see what her next journey is about. Please read this series! If you want fantasy that has imagination out of this world with awesome, unique characters then pick this series. For crying out loud, what else is more important than reading this in your free time?! Nothing I tell you, nothing.

5 stars!!!

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