The Times (UK) | 28 April 2010 | Amanda Craig
Lord Loss should come with a health warning. It is not for children under 12, and those who do read it should be immune to nightmares. Grubbs, a surly teenager, returns home and finds his parents and sister eviscerated by three demons out of Hell, but his troubles have only just begun. Nobody believes in Lord Loss, and it's only when his unlce Dervish rescues him from a lunatic asylum that Grubbs begins to understand the nature of the ancient curse on his family -- forcing them to play chess for the souls of those they love against a demon. Utterly unputdownable.
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