Deja Demon: The Days and Nights of a Demon-Hunting Soccer Mom (Demon-Hunting Soccer Mom Series #4)

Deja Demon: The Days and Nights of a Demon-Hunting Soccer Mom (Demon-Hunting Soccer Mom Series #4)

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by Julie Kenner
     
 

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From the USA Today bestselling author of Demons Are Forever? suburban warfare, demonhunting- mom style.

Between attending gala fundraisers for her husband?s political campaign, training her teenage daughter to wield a crossbow and a stiletto, pottytraining a toddler, and her increasingly complicated personal life, Kate Connor hardly has time

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From the USA Today bestselling author of Demons Are Forever? suburban warfare, demonhunting- mom style.

Between attending gala fundraisers for her husband?s political campaign, training her teenage daughter to wield a crossbow and a stiletto, pottytraining a toddler, and her increasingly complicated personal life, Kate Connor hardly has time to prepare for the impending chaos of a neighborhood Easter party that has her enslaved to dying hundreds of hard-boiled eggs.

Keeping the local kiddos in line will take all of Kate?s skills as a mother and demon hunter, just when she?ll need them the most. The High Demon Goramesh has returned to San Diablo?this time with a full-blown army of the undead and a powerful demonic ally. Once again, it?s up to Kate to save the world. Good thing she can multi-task...

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780425230442
Publisher:
Penguin Group (USA)
Publication date:
09/01/2009
Series:
Demon-Hunting Soccer Mom Series, #4
Pages:
336
Product dimensions:
4.10(w) x 6.70(h) x 0.90(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

Julie Kenner is a USA Today bestselling author. She is also an attorney who lives with her husband and daughter.

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Deja Demon 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 23 reviews.
chrisRieger More than 1 year ago
Why on earth can I buy books 1,2,3 and 5 on my nook but not book 4????
Atsasgili More than 1 year ago
B&N, you need to update your inventory for nook. This title is missing from your site. We would appreciate it if you would provide the entire line of this series!
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Ive been reading the series and really have enjoyed it. This book was good and enjoyable but not as much as the first three in the series in my opinion. The ending opened up another can of worms for Kate however. :)
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All the rest in the series including the fifth novel (the one AFTER) this are 7.99 why is this ebook 11.99? Especially since it's listed in papercopy for 7.91? Come on Barnes and Noble I love my nook and usually don't mind the prices but this seems a little bit of a rip off. Especially since I actually wanted to read this book!
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scovel More than 1 year ago
The trials of being a mom, having a husband running for office, a first husband who has taken over the body of a high school teacher, and kicking demon butt does seem like it could get old. But, this story is nowhere near worn-out. I enjoy the tug of war that is played out in Kate's life. Her daughter has learned of demon hunting and is following in her footsteps. She is always fighting for the good of all mankind. And her husband, Stewart, has no idea that there are zombies in the oven. I'm not sure how much longer this series can hold - but for now . I'm still following! This is book 4 in the series!
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Aquamarine82 More than 1 year ago
I've been reading Julie Kenner's Demon-Hunting Soccer Mom series since I saw the first of the series on the new paperback table. The cover and title caught my attention first and I have to agree with the criticism on the book's back cover, that it's kind of like reading what happens to Buffy the Vampire Slayer when she's older with a family and her old life comes back to haunt her. It's a fun read and it's interesting to see how the main character tries to keep her family and social life going even though there are demons on the loose out to destroy the world. It's not that dark of a book, not like a lot of others in this genre, so it's a good read for anybody.
BookButter More than 1 year ago
Same story...Mom cooks, cleans, and tries to save the world from demons. This was a good read and I recommend reading the first three books to this series. I am looking forward to the next book, since Kate's new husband will be a bigger factor in her world of hunting.
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harstan More than 1 year ago
In suburban San Diablo Demon Hunter Kate Connor is mentally exhausted on all fronts. The demons keep on coming and now she is stuck with two ¿feuding¿ husbands since she resurrected the spirit of her dead first spouse Eric, who shares the body of teacher David Long. They are driving her crazier than her blithely ignorant second husband Stuart, the demon hordes, training her teenage daughter Allie to fight and her toddler to use the bathroom.------------------ Realizing she cannot retire from demon hunting as she had done once before to become a soccer mom following Eric¿s death, Kate knows she must confess the full truth to Stuart before he figures out that demons keep attacking her. She is not sure what these malevolent beings hen they mention the One and the Sword of Caelum, but they assume she does on top of that an enemy from her first war has come to town with one hell of a horde. --------------- The latest demon fighting soccer mom tale retains the biting jocularity of the previous encounters, but the opponent turns the storyline much grittier and personal. Still Kate is as kick butt tough as ever Allie is getting proficient at demon slaying David-Eric is at her side and Stuart proves to have greater depth and guts than readers and his wife realize. Fans of Julie Kenner¿s suburban fantasy will appreciate DEJA DEMON.----------- Harriet Klausner