Hell's Heroes, the 10th and final book of The Demonata, starts just after the events of book 9. Grubbs bids his uncle Dervish an emotional goodbye, then returns to the world beyond with a blind, captive Kernel, to take the fight to the demon armies which are crossing more and more frequently. But...
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  • Spinechills

    Spinechills | 06 October 2011

    The Epitaph (In a Nutshell): A highly satisfying ending to what is one of my all-time favourite series.

    Dearly Departed,
    We are gathered here today to discuss Hell's Heroes by Darren Shan. I'd...

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  • Children’s Literature

    Children's Literature | 13 February 2011

    This tenth and final book in The Demonata series is one of the grimmest, most hopeless-feeling YA books I have read in a long time. However, that is not to say that I did not enjoy reading the...

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  • Write Away

    Write Away | 11 September 2010

    Spoiler alert!!! Do not read this review unless you have read the book, as it gives away a lot about the ending!!!!!

     

    An excellent end to an excellent series. The book opens with Dervish's...

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  • Everything To Do With Books

    Everything To Do With Books | 31 July 2010

    Hell's Heroes, being the final book in the Demonata series, I had some expectations for it and I was a little disappointed. The majority of the book seemed like a filler for the big event at the...

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  • Teenreads.com

    Teenreads.com | 22 July 2010

    Since we last saw Grubbs Grady, things have not gotten better. The demons have found openings to the world. Lord Loss is in his glory. Grubbs is exhausted and heartbroken over the trail of blood,...

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  • Fresh Dawgs’ Book Blog

    Fresh Dawgs' Book Blog | 10 June 2010

    This is the last book in the amazing Demonata series written by Darren Shan.

    Grubbs Grady has had his Uncle Dervish in his life for years. Now with Dervish dead, along with Meera and other...

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  • Verbal magazine

    Verbal magazine | 05 June 2010

    Grubbs Grady, the narrator of this final instalment of the Demonata series, is at an all-time low.

    Grubbs Grady, the narrator of this final instalment of the Demonata series, is at an all-time...

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  • Book Aid

    Book Aid | 29 April 2010

    Hell’s Heroes is the last book in Darren Shan’s blood-curdling Demonata series, and is by far the most thrilling yet…

     

    Life is not going well for Grubstich Grady. Kernel Fleck is blind, Bec...

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  • Light WP

    Light WP | 02 March 2010

    As it began, now it will end. Hell’s Heroes is the tenth and final book in the Demonata series by Darren Shan. It brings the series full circle, even ending with the same poem that the series...

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  • Books For Keeps

    Books For Keeps | 01 March 2010

    The climactic end of Dark Calling, book nine of Shan's Demonata series, saw Lord Loss and Bec forming an alliance whilst a growing unease and mistrust formed a rift between Grubbs and Kernel....

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  • Books For Keeps

    Books For Keeps | 01 March 2010

    The climactic end of Dark Calling, book nine of Shan’s ‘Demonata’ series, saw Lord Loss and Bec forming an alliance whilst a growing unease and mistrust formed a rift between Grubbs and Kernel....

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  • Mightier Than The Sword

    Mightier Than The Sword | 11 October 2009

    The End is Nigh. The Demons are here, the heroes are falling, the world is at its end. So not much has changed then!

    Darren Shan, the Number One Master of Horror (as far as kids are concerned)...

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  • Diary Of A Nothingist

    Diary Of A Nothingist | 07 October 2009

    Darren Shan is a writer that I admire hugely. He writes fantastic horror stories and, when I've had the opportunity to see him live, does great readings and really cares about his fans. His...

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