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The Demon Hunt: A Dark Storm Novel by Kris Greene
Review by Drew Bittner
St. Martin's Mass Market Paperback  ISBN/ITEM#: 9780312944230
Date: 03 August 2010 List Price $7.99 Amazon US / Amazon UK / Show Article /

Gabriel Redfeather and his new found allies barely survived a battle against a goblin horde. Now, battered and on the run, they face a host of new dangers. Unless Gabriel can master the power of the Trident with which he's bonded, their life expectancy might be very short indeed.

From official release/information:

Product Description: Soul-sucking demons. Half-human killers. Doomsday prophesies. No, this isn't a late-night movie on cable TV. This is Gabriel's life--or least, what's left of it--ever since he discovered his true destiny as a warrior knight in the battle against darkness. Once an ordinary college kid studying lost legends in books, Gabriel now finds himself face to face with actual demons. As a warrior, he has no choice but to fight them. And if he screws it up, the world is toast...

A dimensional rift has opened between worlds. Which means more demons--and more death--than you could shake a proverbial stick at. Luckily, Gabriel has just the stick for the job, an ancient trident that gives him awesome demon-bashing powers. To watch his back he has the butt kicking half Demon De Mona and several unlikely heroes who he's picked up along the way. To make matters more complicated two of Gabriel's college buddies wind up dead and he finds that the demons aren't the only ones who want a piece of his hide. The cops want him too--for murder...

(Source: St. Martin's)

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