Bec has never led a normal life, or was never given the chance to. Born only remembering her mother and how she
passed away, Bec was saved by a village’s priestess who urged the village leaders to let her live. Making her the
priestess’s apprentice, Bec was able to learn the magic and potions that would be used in aid of those who fought
Unfortunately for Bec, she didn’t know how many battles her village would be facing.
Never a quiet night, Bec’s village is continuously invaded by demons, the Fomorii, who come to tear the village
apart. And every night Bec must use what she has learned, which isn’t much since the priestess was killed way
before she was able to pass on everything she knew.
Used to having other villagers come through, Bec’s village is visited by Run Fast, a boy who says that his village is
in trouble. Unsure of his story or of what side he is on, the warriors feel an obligation to help and so set off to end
their fight. Usually the priestess does not go along with the warriors, but this time Bec sees fit to travel with them,
hoping that this journey will help her figure out what troubles her and hopefully to become one with her
surroundings and her magic.
Fighting off the demons is not an easy feat, especially since both worlds have just been connected, making it easier
for the demons to enter, multiplying their numbers every time one is killed. Magic is what destroys them -- and the
lives of the villagers and the warriors are in the hands of Bec.
Thrilling and different from the other novels in the series, BEC is a courageous novel that leaps off the pages and
plays with our imagination. The descriptions are vivid and the story is unique. With an ending that will leave you
breathless, BEC is a great addition to the already popular series, THE DEMONATA.