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Dantalion of the Goetia

Dantalion of the Goetia Dantalion a beautiful Incubus demon of the Goetia once an immortal angel of God has fallen from grace and is now condemned He seduces a young girl named Laurel A Religious Studies student at Yale

  • Title: Dantalion of the Goetia
  • Author: Tina M.E. Tina M. E
  • ISBN: 9781460983775
  • Page: 208
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dantalion, a beautiful Incubus demon of the Goetia, once an immortal angel of God, has fallen from grace and is now condemned He seduces a young girl named Laurel, A Religious Studies student at Yale, and a practitioner of the occult who resembles his mortal love, Lilith Laurel s obsession with him turns from seduction to salvation when she evokes his true demonic formDantalion, a beautiful Incubus demon of the Goetia, once an immortal angel of God, has fallen from grace and is now condemned He seduces a young girl named Laurel, A Religious Studies student at Yale, and a practitioner of the occult who resembles his mortal love, Lilith Laurel s obsession with him turns from seduction to salvation when she evokes his true demonic form in the Courtyard of the Undead and he must choose between saving her mortal soul, stolen by Satan, residing in the first heaven, over his immortal redemption and rightful place within the third heaven.

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    1. [i]Book provided by Goodsread Giveaways. [/i]When I was first notified that I won a signed copy of this book from a giveaway, I was pretty psyched. And from what I gathered from the blurb, I assumed this would be an awesome read.I really shouldn't have done that.This book is not bad, but it is definitely not great. For instance, there appears to be a lack of description. I found often while reading that conversations between characters was just dialogue. That's it! Where is the imagery?! Did he [...]

    2. Overall Feedback: This book weaves a wonderful tale of love, corruption and redemption. Another twist in the romance genre that is worth taking a look at. You will not regret this purchase.Point of View: From the eyes of a young college girl, you release a demon and your adventure begins.Voice: I believe the author was trying to show our constant search for something greater.Character Development: Perfection.Plot: There are some steps where the plot stumbles but nothing that will cause the reade [...]

    3. Dantalion of the Goetia is a complex storyline based off an ancient demonic grimoire. Its history ties in with all the elements of heaven and hell, and has a lot of western ritual magick and occult influences weaved throughout the story. The writing itself appears to have a poetic appeal, and the book is well researched in its details. Dantalion, a condemned demon of the Goetia, is summoned in the Courtyard of the Undead by a girl named Laurel who becomes obsessed with his presence. The story's [...]

    4. Wow, when I first heard about this book through a friend I didn't really know if I would like it, but from just reading the first chapter I was hooked haha. It really is a unique book and definitely worth reading. I enjoyed the characters and the way the author integrated the actual history and facts into the story. It was really believable and that's what I liked the most. It's certainly a page turner and the end of the book made me want to read more. I'm hoping there will be a second book beca [...]

    5. I was excited when I found out I had won this book through First Reads. It seemed like a good book. It was ok, but I probably won't be reading it again. It was so hard to follow. Sometimes, things would happen and I didn't know where they came from. The whole beginning seemed a little rushed. It just jumped right into Laurel being in love with Dantalion and sacrificing herself. There was no build up, no explanation as to why she felt that way. It was overall, a really disjointed book.

    6. So I was pretty excited when I read the blurb, because it sounded so unlike anything that has been published lately. However, when I started reading the book, I only got up to about page 52, and I stopped. I didn't like her writing style, and the way the book was published made it even harder to enjoy reading it. I also thought it was a bit too descriptive, and felt that the plot was draggy.

    7. **I won this book from as a First Reads giveaway**Thank you to the author for sending me a free copy of this book. Review to follow upon completion.

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