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Daemon Hall

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  • Posted December 5, 2011

    Don't turn out the lights...

    Daemon Hall is an interesting thrill ride of scary stories told in interesting ways. This young adult novel leaves you hanging and checking the closets for things that go creep in the night. Five teenagers meet the famous Ian Tremblin after becoming finalists in a contest at the haunted Daemon Hall for a chance to be published. The stories about the house are legendary. No one has made it through the night. Each teen has written a story that thrills. The variety of writing styles keeps the story on edge. As each story is read the candles extinguish and the house begins to act out on its visitors. Keep reading to see who makes it, who scares, and who gets the chance at being published. Andrew Nance keeps you guessing through each story, poem, chat room convo, and scare fest. The imagination and updates of classic stories kept me reading and checking under the bed.

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  • Posted January 17, 2011

    Wonderful!

    This book was short, in size, but had so much packed into it you couldn't ask for more! I loved it and I personally know Andy Nance. He is a wonderful guy and I would expect nothing less from him, and I can't wait for the sequel that will be arriving everywhere in March! Hope everyone who read it was as satisfied and amazed as I was. For the twists, turns, stories and frights were very well played. Also, the characters were really easy to relate to, whether with attitude, looks or style, and they were wonderfully created in Andy's mind. Must Read for anyone who likes suspense, terror or just reading! Check it out.
    --Nick

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  • Posted May 20, 2010

    Amazing Book

    This book was awesome! I could not stop reading it once I started, it just drew me in with it's uniqueness and thrillingly scary stories. The author really makes you feel as though you are in the building with them or off in one of those freaky scary stories. Great book and I recommend it too everyone.

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  • Posted October 27, 2008

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    Reviewed by Sally Kruger, aka "Readingjunky" for TeensReadToo.com

    If you are a fan of scary stories, be sure to get your hands on DAEMON HALL. Andrew Nance uses a unique approach that actually weaves ten scary stories into one already creepy tale. <BR/><BR/>Wade, Chelsea, Kara, Demarius, and Chris are five teens who have earned their place as finalists in a writing contest. Horror writer Ian Tremblin challenged teens to write their own scary stories. From the finalists he plans to select a winner who will be rewarded by having his or her story published. But there's a catch ... <BR/><BR/>The five finalists must bring their stories and their bedrolls and spend the night with Tremblin in Daemon Hall. No cell phones, no flashlights, just ten candles to keep the darkness at bay. During the night, a total on ten scary stories will be told, and after each story a candle will be extinguished, leaving the group in complete darkness until morning. <BR/><BR/>One story after another is told and darkness begins to take control. As the stories get creepier, so does the house. To add to the suspense, the teens begin to disappear one by one and Mr. Tremblin starts acting more bizarre. Who will win the honor of being published? Who will even survive the night in Daemon Hall? <BR/><BR/>Readers of DAEMON HALL are treated to ten truly frightening tales. Each on their own could entertain listeners around a campfire on a dark night. Andrew Nance's twisted tale will have you looking over your shoulder for many nights to come.

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    Posted October 21, 2007

    Courtesy of Teens Read Too

    If you are a fan of scary stories, be sure to get your hands on DAEMON HALL. Andrew Nance uses a unique approach that actually weaves ten scary stories into one already creepy tale. Wade, Chelsea, Kara, Demarius, and Chris are five teens who have earned their place as finalists in a writing contest. Horror writer Ian Tremblin challenged teens to write their own scary stories. From the finalists he plans to select a winner who will be rewarded by having his or her story published. But there¿s a catch ¿ The five finalists must bring their stories and their bedrolls and spend the night with Tremblin in Daemon Hall. No cell phones, no flashlights, just ten candles to keep the darkness at bay. During the night, a total on ten scary stories will be told, and after each story a candle will be extinguished, leaving the group in complete darkness until morning. One story after another is told and darkness begins to take control. As the stories get creepier, so does the house. To add to the suspense, the teens begin to disappear one by one and Mr. Tremblin starts acting more bizarre. Who will win the honor of being published? Who will even survive the night in Daemon Hall? Readers of DAEMON HALL are treated to ten truly frightening tales. Each on their own could entertain listeners around a campfire on a dark night. Andrew Nance¿s twisted tale will have you looking over your shoulder for many nights to come. **Reviewed by: Sally Kruger, aka 'Readingjunky'

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 22, 2007

    Hard to put down!

    This book was creepy and yet I couldn't put it down. You can relate to the characters and want to find out what's going to happen next. The ending left me hanging, so I hope there'll be a sequel.

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