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Overview

View our feature on Jessica Andersen’s Demonkeepers.

According to Mayan doomsday prophecy, 12/21/12 marks the end of the world in a global cataclysm that can only be prevented by the Nightkeepers, magical warriors enlisted to fight the rise of the underworld demons. To fulfill the final prophecy the Nightkeepers must find their mates, but when Lucius and Jade are charged with rescuing the Mayan sun god, they try to ignore their growing attraction. Unless they can confront their own demons and accept that love isn't a weakness, even destiny might not be able to save them...

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In this introspective fourth Final Prophecy paranormal (after 2009's Skykeepers), Andersen ramps up the danger. Ex-therapist Jade saw too many bad relationships to believe in love, but the Nightkeepers, who stand between humankind and the apocalypse, need a magic-wielding prophet, and Jade's friend Lucius, the human who fulfilled the prophet's sacrifice, is unable to reach the magic on his own. Jade agrees to try using sex magic to open up his abilities, but when that fails, they realize they must commit to an emotional connection as well. The resulting tale mixes action and elements of Mayan myth—from a voyage to the underworld to a fantastic high-stakes ball game—with soul-searching, lust, and romance. Jade's inner journey is particularly engaging, and while the background makes more sense to returning fans, even new readers will find plenty to latch on to. (Apr.)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780451229571
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
  • Publication date: 4/6/2010
  • Series: FINAL PROPHECY Series , #4
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 480
  • Product dimensions: 4.36 (w) x 6.86 (h) x 1.30 (d)

Meet the Author

Jessica Andersen is a doctor of molecular genetics, a patent agent, and a professional horse trainer and riding coach. She resides on small farm in eastern Connecticut with her husband and beloved corgis, two-cats and a handful of young horses.

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  • Posted April 9, 2010

    E-book?????

    I love the Final Prophecy Series and when I found out that Lucius was finally getting a book I couldnt wait. I have the Nook and I was planning on getting it for my Nook. But theres no Ebook!!! I want the Ebook so I can read it on my Nook. Please I want this as an Ebook soonnnn.... :(

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 6, 2012

    Recommend- it's a great series

    It's a great series.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 11, 2012

    Great!

    Always keeps you hopping! Edge of your seat, knuckle biting story filled with lots of twists and turns. Wonderful story - my heart is still ponding!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 23, 2010

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    A Great Series Continues!

    In Jessica Andersen's Demon Keepers, Lucius and Jade help fight against Mayan Demons when the final battle will take place on December 21, 2012. Jade is a Nightkeeper which are magic-wielding warriors prophesied to fight against evil. Lucius is a human who is supposed to be a prophet who will lead the Nightkeeper to an ancient library that will help in their fight against the Mayan Demons. Lucius and Jade must help each other overcome what they believe are their faults to be able to make a difference. This book is the fourth in this series. If you are a fan of the previous books, you will love this one. This series needs to be read in order otherwise you will be lost. I even recommend rereading the previous books before you read Demon Keepers to refresh the many plot lines. Jessica keeps you interested all through the book, and you do not get bored. I love the whole series, and I can not wait for more. The only negative is the many plot lines. If you don't like a lot of subplots this book is not for you.

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  • Posted May 19, 2010

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    Demonkeepers - Captivating, Compelling and a Must Read!

    I bought the Nightkeeper series thinking it would be a great book for my husband - it was - but within reading just the first few pages I was hooked. I love how each book focuses on two main characters, but you still get glimpses into the other players' personalities. The story line is enchanting. The characters are complex and compelling. Jessica Andersen has an amazing gift in building a very captivating world that will leave you breathlessly waiting for the next installment. I highly recommend this series to anyone who is looking for a great story with action, love, sex, magic and humor! Definitely a book that is staying on my keeper shelf11

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  • Posted May 12, 2010

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    I have to wait for more?!

    Phenominal series!I adore every one of the books in this series. The author stays consistant with the other books and plot lines and keeps you guessing! What a wonderful "world" to escape to!

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  • Posted May 8, 2010

    Jessica Andersen did it again!!!!

    I eagerly await the next in the series of the Final Prophecy books!
    I was in the middle of another book when this one arrived and I put it down just so I could immediately start Demon Keepers!! I was not disappointed!

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  • Posted April 16, 2010

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    Jessica has created a new world order with her amazing new series about the NightKeepers. Demon Keepers is the 4th book in the Final Prophecy series.

    Lucius just wanted to help, all his life he's been too scrawny, too clumsy, too something, but since finding out about the NightKeepers he's tried to make a difference. Well he was possessed by a demon, or maybe it was two and spent the better part of a year in Limbo trying to find his way out, he's been released by the demon with the help of the prophet prophecy and his innate goodness, and he's a bigger, better Lucius, but is it enough. Jade has always fought her natural instincts to be rabble-rouser because her winikin always preached duty, decorum and destiny to her. When she finds out some damning realities about her parents she rethinks her attitude, but she can't help thinking about Lucuis and how he's changed and if it's for the better or not. But it's not only their attraction that they're fighting, with the final countdown two years away they have their own destinies to discover and whether they find each other or not is written in the prophecy, now they just have to decipher it.
    Jessica has given us a uniquely remarkable story line/plot in The Demon Keepers. She spins her tale with edgy slangy dialogue that makes the fantasy more real to her readers and her scenes will pop out of the pages as she describes the places in the novel, but the best thing by far about her NightKeepers novels is how she gives us all a history lesson on the grand scheme, mixes facts and fiction to make it more interesting, what's better or more exciting and more frightening than the final apocalypse. Her characters are all unforgettable and it's obvious to her audience

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  • Posted March 6, 2010

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    strong urban romantic fantasy

    With a little more than two and a half years to zero date, the clock is ticking down to 12/21/12 when the Mayans predicted that demons will rise to destroy the earth. The only hope to prevent the demonic global meltdown resides with the Nightkeepers warriors who must find their mates to fulfill their magical potential while the Order of Xibalta have other plans to prevent their endeavors.

    In Austin, Lucius still feels remorse for being possessed by an evil Makol that has since been exorcised from his body, but not his mental state. He obsesses over atoning for his failures by channeling the Prophet's magic, but is incomplete without sex magic.

    Nightkeeper Jade wants to do more than just be a combat support person, but her clan only provides secondary services. Jade and Lucius are attracted to one another so she decides they both can get what they want through a sexual binding. However, as each denies their love while their attraction grows, their King orders them to hook up and to rescue the sun god from their enemy.

    The latest Final Prophesy urban romantic fantasy (see Nightkeepers, Dawnkeepers and Skykeepers) is a fabulous entry that moves forward the overarching countdown while also providing a strong story line. The lead couple makes the plot work as each has powerful ambitions that could be achieved if they would embrace their attraction as being more than just sexual desire. Their "Not in Love" refrains while going to the Underworld to rescue the Mayan deity will have the audience appreciating the skills of master magician Jessica Andersen.

    Harriet Klausner

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