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The Demonata: Wolf Island - Darren Shan

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Genre: Horror / Author: Darren Shan / Hardcover / Book is published 2008-10-01 by HarperCollins Children's Books

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      31.07.2012 19:22
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      Fantastic book in the Demonata series and definitely one of my favourite.

      This book was fantastic and is one of the better books in the Demonata series. Grubbs is the narrator again, and as much as I hate Grubbs narration this book was one of the better ones. In the other books I found Grubbs a horrible narrator who moaned a lot and never did the right thing always keeping things secret or waiting until another time to tell people. This book is slightly similar, but as we see Grubbs leading a mission to Wolf Island, he becomes a more lovable character.

      With regards to the major plot line of the series it is a little bit of a tangent and moves back into the Grady Family Curse side of things, but a lot of important things are discovered which do not make a lot of sense at the time of reading but as you read the last two books it will all become clear.

      I enjoyed the nice break away from Demon Hunting, and it most certainly brings it back to how the 'real world' is dealing with the situation. A great page turner, not that long as I read it in a day, but none the less a fantastic piece of literature. The series is great if you are looking a light piece of reading but with a little but of thinking involved. Always had me second guessing what was going to come next and is most certainly not a predictable read.


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