Review – Demonglass
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  • March 14, 2011

I read Hex Hall by Rachel Hawkins a while back. It was fun, and just what I wanted on vacation. This week I turned my attention to the recently released sequel, Demonglass. I’m pleasantly happy to pass on that the second book is just as good as the first.

Sophie Mercer is a demon, one of two. When her demon powers went awry she stopped using them and has decided to have them removed. Her Father, the head of the Prodigium Council, makes her a deal – come to England to stay with him for the summer and decide if she wants to go through the removal. Sophie accepts his offer and flees to England with Jenna and Cal in tow, but there is more waiting for her than Sophie expected. A pair of demon teens are staying with dear old dad, and the Eye is still after Sophie. Which means Archer Cross is still after Sophie.

The Hex Hall series is becoming a very regular “must have” book experience. They’re fun, they’re light, they get the job done for all things magical. At this point I wonder how many books Hawkins has in her bag of tricks. She can go on for ages or cut us off at three or four, and I don’t think I’d mind either way. More misadventures in the wise cracking world of Sophie and co. are always welcome.

5 out of 5 stars.

– BP

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