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review Dawn of the Demontide Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ [Read] ➳ Dawn of the Demontide By William Hussey – Berkingmad.co.uk Jake Harker is an outsider a loser whose nose is always in a horror comic That is until horror stops being fiction and the Pale Man and his demon Mr Pinch stop Jake on a dark deserted road That n[Read] Dawn of the Demontide By William Hussey Berkingmad.co.uk Jake Harker is an outsider a loser whose nose is always in a horror comic That is until horror stops being fiction an.

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Dawn of the DemontideEPUB being fiction and the Pale Man and his demon Mr Pinch stop Jake on a dark deserted road That night under a tree called the demon's dance Jake will learn the true meaning of terror..

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  • Empire of Books

    review Dawn of the Demontide Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB Dawn of the DemontideI have just finished this book after spending the entire afternoon in a bid to finish it And I have to say that I could not of spent the time better Absolutely stunning This is the single handed best first book in a seriestrilogy that I have read in the past few yearsI was gripped right from the word go The first chapter well the prologue really was a perfect opener I mean a boy has his throat slit in the first four pages That'd make anyone want to read on right RightI really don't know what I can say about this book without giving too much away So much happens it's so jam packed Hussey's description is phenomenal the horror is described with such detail that some scenes left me physically shuddering and having to pause to calm down It's that sca


  • Lizzie

    review Dawn of the Demontide Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB Dawn of the DemontideWhat's good Jake's development and arc at the end thinking back to Chapter 1 Jake is unrecognisable compared to the boy he is at the end and yet his character development occurs so smoothly throughout the book that you


  • Joanne

    review Dawn of the Demontide Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB Dawn of the Demontide The first in a terrifying trilogy read on if you dare Jake could now see the demon fully Its body was a mass of steely sinew its arms roped with muscle Six fingers sprouted from its hands each ending in lethal talons The thing did not possess a nose; instead a large hole bubbling with green mucus occupied the middle of its face Mr Pinch's tongue flickered between his teeth and slurped across his fat lips He was hungr


  • Sarah

    review Dawn of the Demontide Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB Dawn of the DemontideFifteen year old Jake Harker has been a fan of all things horror since he was given a box of old comics when he was nine years old Ever since then he has devoured horror stories in any format and has built up an impressive knowledge of things that go bump in the night He never for a minute suspected that any of the stories were real though not until the night of his mother's murder when he finds himself thrust into a dark and dangerous world just as frightening as the scariest horror story As he investigates the cause of his mother's death he learns of the Demontide something that occurs once in every generation and unless it is stopped the gates to hell will be opened allowing demons to overrun the world Jake has an important part to play in stopping the Demon


  • Michelle Moore

    review Dawn of the Demontide Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB Dawn of the DemontideAs an enthusiastic young reader many years ago I don’t recall many books being available specifically for teenagers I very soon moved on to horror writers such as Stephen King as there wasn’t much else available and I know that many other young readers


  • emily &

    review Dawn of the Demontide Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB Dawn of the DemontideReally REALLY enjoyed it and only picked it up randomly from the library as a filler So many interesting plot twists throughout the book I really want to read the rest of the series


  • Kat

    review Dawn of the Demontide Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB Dawn of the DemontideThe words Teen and Extremely Scary Content on the back of the book lead me to believe that I was not the target audience nor would I be scared by this book Its not a bad book in fact I uite enjoyed the way it was written but I just felt the entire time I was writi


  • Xander

    review Dawn of the Demontide Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB Dawn of the DemontideWilliam Hussey is in my opinion highly underrated His attention to detail in description is amazing and colourful and is very reminiscent of Clive Barker's writing style While I found that Witchfinder would probably appeal to a younger audience I found some of the graphic scenes to be extremely satisfying yet not blunt However the entire book felt like I was reading a movie script which spoiled much of the tension that Hussey has tried to construct especially towards the climax of the narrative and it did not take a lot of effort to readOverall I enjoyed the book but I wouldn't recommend it for anyone over the age of 18 due to it's simplicity and movie like themes


  • Lynda

    review Dawn of the Demontide Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB Dawn of the DemontideI was not sure if I would like this book but left with no other books to read I thought why not It was very well written and the beginning of the book took you straight into the murder of a young boy He was a sacrificeThe story goes on to explain this spooky place in England has a door where demons are trying to come through every 25 years and the problems the elders of the villa


  • Rose

    review Dawn of the Demontide Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB Dawn of the DemontideI stopped reading it part way through I started it on a train journey and couldn't return to it when the journey was over It's not that it was a bad book particularly it was just uite boring and felt like other things I'd read before and by the time I was just over halfway through it it had showed no sign of deviating from the normal plot of these kinds of books I have so much I want to read and I just can't make myself spend time finishing a book I strongly suspect will have nothing new to add to my life If i