The demon world. #2 / Sally Green ; map and chapter illustrations by Alexis Snell.
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- ISBN: 9780425290248
- ISBN: 0425290247
- Physical Description: 437 pages : map, illustrations ; 21 cm.
- Publisher: New York : Viking , 2019.
King Aloysius discovers that demons' smoke will enable him to build an army of children to help expand his realm and power. Princess Catherine calls upon her allies who can use their unique talents to stop him as he breaches the barriers between worlds and unleashes demons upon the kingdom.
- Booklist Reviews : Booklist Reviews 2019 July #1
Little time elapses between the end of The Smoke Thieves (2018) and the start of this second trilogy installment, and readers will need the background of the first book before plunging into this character-filled narrative (don't worry, there's an appended list of the major players). Having fled her deceitful, war-hungry father's attack on her wedding day, Catherine escapes with personal guard Ambrose, young demon-hunter Tash, royal bastard Edyon, and a handful of loyal soldiers. With the Brigantine soldiers in hot pursuit and a fierce winter storm approaching, Catherine makes the controversial call to escape both by entering a demon tunnel. The driving force behind this book's action is a plot by King Aloysius (Catherine's father) to form an unstoppable boy army, fueled by strength-enhancing, purple demon smoke, and Catherine's efforts to warn Pitoria's rulers. Green openly rocks her Medieval-Âinspired society's traditional views of women's roles, as Catherine assumes more power. Romance, politics, and considerable journeyingâthough only Tash explores the demon worldâset readers up for what promises to be a juicy, empowering final volume. Grades 8-12. Copyright 2019 Booklist Reviews.
Sally Green lives in Cheshire, England. She has had various jobs, but in 2010 she started writing a novel and that turned into a new career. She is the author of the Half Bad trilogy. She likes to run and most of her books feature a character who runs. Follow her on Twitter @Sa11eGreen.
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