Wesley Pike never imagined that he and his family were secretly a race of people who bonded their souls to demon familiars. Betrayed by one of his own, Wesley must now face a new enemy who has a much greater evil hidden up his sleeve. Thrown into the unknown world of magic and sorcery, Wesley must figure out a way to stop the uprising magical threat, and while learning the truth about his family's past, prevent his homeland from unnecessary civil war.
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Klyborne's Revenge based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Great Development of the Hero In book two, Klyborne's Revenge, Wesley and Milo's story begins with a Halloween Party the world isn't ready for. After saving everyone's butts- and the world, the Luptators and Daemon Angelum. From the everyday citizen of the US to the federal government- no one wants to see a demon fighter, let alone a demon! Ingratitude at it's best! This book also did something I didn't get to see in the first. Wesley got to get loose and be himself. He's gay and though there was love in the first book, he wasn't able to be himself. I thought the making-over of dorky Greg was very funny. I could see Wesley and Milo speaking in sync with their responses Greg going from nerd to hottie! When Wesley came out a bit more, it sorta slowed down the story. It was a nice addition but slightly hindered the ultimate plan. Klyborne's plan. Through a few strange events and Greg's trail of dragon clues, they find out what Klyborne's up to eventually go toe to toe concerning Wesley's fate. It's a story of decisions and survival. A good read and I enjoyed it very much. For full review: http://bit.ly/1S2gu4X **Book offered by author for an honest review.