Dark Calling , the 9th book of The Demonata, is set around the same time period as Death's Shadow and Wolf Island, so certain events near the start of the book overlap. Kernel is the narrator. While Grubbs was struggling with his wolfen half on Wolf Island, and while Bec and Beranabus were facing...
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  • Write Away

    Write away | 13 September 2010

    It is Kernel's turn to be the first-person narrator in this book where we battle to bring down the Shadow, aka Death. After following Bec and Grubbs for the last two books we catch up on events...

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  • Bobs Books Blog

    Bobs Books Blog | 13 April 2010

    This is the 9th book in the Demonata series by the best writer of horror, writing for children. He started with the Saga of Darren Shan, the best series on vampires I have read.

    The Demonata...

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  • Chicklish

    Chicklish | 11 April 2010

    Beranabus, Kernel, Grubbs, Bec and the rest of the group find out that there is a new leader of The Demonta. They try as hard as they can to find the creature, nicknamed The Shadow, and kill it,...

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  • Teen Reads

    Teen Reads | 23 November 2009

    I fall, moaning and screaming, but not crying --- I no longer have eyes to weep with. The creatures that were spat into my eyes are munching on my brain now. I try to scrape them out with my...

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  • Not Quite Black Books

    Not Quite Black Books | 27 July 2009

    All I can say after reading this book is finaly things are explained! The ninth book out of a series of ten, Dark calling lets secrets lose, as Kernal finds out the secret of the Universe, and...

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  • Mightier Than The Sword

    Mightier Than The Sword | 14 April 2009

    About the book...
    Kernel Fleck sees lights - it's one very important factor to keep in mind. He sees lights, he had control these special lights, and now, they're talking to him. He fights...

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