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Dream Demon

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When Josh Mauer starts his first day in his new school he is immediately tormented by the local bully. After enduring repeated badgering, Josh and his two newfound friends unwittingly unlock a doorway to the demon world.

They unleash a succubus, a seductive demon with the power to alter dreams as well as their lives.

With such a quick pace...

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Overview

When Josh Mauer starts his first day in his new school he is immediately tormented by the local bully. After enduring repeated badgering, Josh and his two newfound friends unwittingly unlock a doorway to the demon world.

They unleash a succubus, a seductive demon with the power to alter dreams as well as their lives.

With such a quick pace and engrossing story it will be impossible to put this book down.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780595272662
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 3/12/2003
  • Pages: 124
  • Product dimensions: 6.06 (w) x 9.18 (h) x 0.34 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 28, 2003

    Look out Krueger

    This book is phenomenal. I read Keith's first book The Eternal Battle and though I thought he used characters names a little too much instead of using he or she, I still enjoyed it. So when I saw this was available I immediately picked it up. Keith's writing has improved substantially on his second novel. Dream Demon tells us of a young man, Josh, whose family has relocated to a suburban town. Josh is immediately bullied by the school's star quarterback and outcasted from the rest of the students. Josh is pushed to the edge by the constant badgering and in retaliation opens the gate to hell and unleashes a succubus who attacks his tormentors in the one place they are most vulnerable, their dreams. Keith gives us an interesting out look to why woman are not treated as equals. The Catholic Church points the finger at Eve for why we are no longer in the Garden of Eden, but Keith points that same finger at Adam and his insecurities, by mentioning Lilith, Adams first wife. This reason alone is why I recommend this book to all women, whether you like horror or not. Very interesting and highly entertaining. I give 4 stars, because I generally like my books longer, I guess I'll just have to read it again.

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