Demon Apocalypse is set directly after the events of Book 5. Grubbs Grady is trapped on a plane with demons and seems doomed to die. Salvation comes from an unexpected quarter, but soon Grubbs wonders if he might have been better off perishing on the plane!
Grubbs becomes a reluctant assistant to...
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Nyx Books Reviews | 07 November 2012
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Musha Books | 11 June 2010
As the Demonata series progresses, it becomes ever more complicated and interesting. It also becomes more gross and imaginative.
The story of Demon Apocalypse starts directly after the...
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writeaway.org.uk | 03 January 2008
Grubbs Grady has succumbed to temptation and followed Juni to run away from life of demons and magic. But he gets a surprise when Lord Loss suddenly appears on the plane with three of his...
Synopsis: The sixth book in the DEMONATA series. Grubbs has to overcome all his fears to save the world from – yes, you guessed it - a demon apocalypse. This is where all the pieces from the last...
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Voya (USA) | 01 February 2008
Shan's latest Demonata installment resumes where book five, Blood Beast (Little, Brown, 2007/VOYA February 2008), leaves off-soaring through the sky in a jumbo jet plagued by bloodthirsty demons....
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teensreadtoo.com | 29 April 2010
There are two things that Grubbs regrets the most: letting his transformation take away the lives of the ones he loved, and trusting Juni. When we last left him, Grubbs was on a plane ride with...
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teenreads.com | 29 April 2010
A demon shaped like a giant scorpion digs its stinger into a woman's eyes. As they pop, it spits eggs into the bloody sockets, then watches with its almost human face as the eggs hatch and...
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sarcade.wordpress.com | 29 April 2010
A kid’s book, huh? Wish these’d been around when I was a kid. I mean, the very first paragraph has a human-sized demon in the shape of a scorpion poke out some hapless victim’s eyes with its...
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samuelsreadingchair.blogspot.com | 18 December 2008
Grubbs Grady is trapped on an aeroplane with his mortal enemy, Lord Loss, and an army of bloodthirsty demons. His situation looks hopeless – until he is rescued by a mysterious tramp known only as...
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reviewcomplex.com | 29 April 2010
Demon Apocalypse by Darren Shan is the sixth book in his Demonata series.
Although advertised as a horror book, I find that it is more a fantasy fiction epic with a slight horror style. It follows...
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nightsandweekends.com | 29 April 2010
Book five in Darren Shan’s Demonata series left Grubbs Grady in the aftermath of a brutal betrayal, facing a master demon with no hope of coming out of it alive. Now, in book six, Grubbs finds...
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myshelf.com | 01 May 2008
In the bleak world of The Demonata, demons struggle constantly to break into human existence. Sometimes they manage it and humans die horribly. Demon Apocalypse opens with just such a breaking...
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Irish Independant (Ireland) | 29 April 2010
A must for all you horror fans out there. This is number six in The Demonata series and it's a gripping mix of dark, disturbing and gory fantasy-horror.
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ozhorrorscope.blogspot.com | 12 December 2008
“A demon shaped like a giant scorpion digs its stinger into a woman’s eyes.” - is the first line of a frantic opening in Darren Shan’s Demon Apocalypse, the 6th book in Demonata, a YA horror...
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hauntedwhispers.wordpress.com | 05 October 2007
Earlier on in the year, one of my friends was poking me to start reading the Darren Shan books. I’m quite the wimp when it comes to horror, and the best I’ve managed is the Point Horror Unleashed...
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gatewaymonthly.com | 29 April 2010
Grubbs Grady finally comes into his own as a master of magic - reluctantly. Shan's visceral fiction is so good. It's amazing to think that a generation ago this would have been considered adult...
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Exclusively Yours (UK) | 29 April 2010
The latest of Darren Shan's "Demonata" sequence (book 6) has been highly awaited by bloodthirsty young teenagers all over the country. It picks up from the cliffhanger ending of Blood Beast and...
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