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A Tale of Two Demon Slayers by Angie Fox Review

Title: A Tale of Two Demon Slayers

Author: Angie Fox

First published January 26, 2010

308 pages, Paperback

ISBN: 9780505528278 (ISBN10: 0505528274)

Rating: 4.16


Before, I was just an ordinary librarian who preferred the company of books over people. But it turns out, I’m a demon slayer.

Now, I have to fight off malevolent spirits, wicked goblins, and all kinds of otherworldly creatures that threaten our world. And if that wasn’t enough, a gorgeous incubus has asked me to go to Rome to meet his family.

But things aren’t all fun and games. Someone has created an evil doppelganger of me, with all of my powers and knowledge – and it wants me dead.

But I’m not alone in this fight. I have a group of badass witch bikers, a chatty cat familiar, and a quirky warlock on my side.

In the ultimate showdown between good and evil, let’s hope the best demon slayer prevails.

About the Author

Angie Fox, a bestselling author, writes mysteries that are both thrilling and enjoyable. Her characters are intelligent and brave, yet in reality, Angie is frightened of basements, bees, and climbing stairs when it’s dark.

It’s safe to say that she wouldn’t survive for long if she were in one of her own books.

Angie’s most well-known works are the SOUTHERN SPIRITS™ mysteries and the ACCIDENTAL DEMON SLAYER series.

Editoral Review

A Tale of Two Demon Slayers is a novel by Angie Fox, first published in January 2010. Fox is a bestselling author who has written numerous books in the paranormal romance genre.

Her writing is known for its witty language, fast-paced action, and strong female characters. The novel tells the story of Lizzie Brown, a kindergarten teacher who discovers that she is a demon slayer.

She meets demon slayer Dimitri Kallinikos, and together, they embark on a mission to save the world from a demon invasion. The story takes place in modern-day America, but with a twist of the supernatural.

The book explores themes of friendship, loyalty, and empowerment. Fox has crafted a unique and fascinating world, filled with supernatural creatures and magical weapons.

The plot is action-packed, filled with exciting battles and unexpected twists. The pacing is quick, with the story never losing momentum.

The setting and characters are well-developed, and the dialogue is witty and engaging. Lizzie is a relatable and likable protagonist, and readers will root for her throughout the story.

The book is not without its flaws, however. Some readers may find the romance between Lizzie and Dimitri to be a little contrived, and the plot can sometimes feel predictable.

Additionally, the book is not particularly deep, and it does not explore complex themes in great detail. Overall, A Tale of Two Demon Slayers is an enjoyable and entertaining read.

Fans of paranormal romance and urban fantasy will find plenty to enjoy here. While it may not be groundbreaking or particularly thought-provoking, it is an engrossing story with plenty of action and humor.

For readers looking for a fun and engaging escape, A Tale of Two Demon Slayers is definitely worth a look. Rating: 3.5/5

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