You are going to think I staged these two reviews to hit at nearly the same time, but I didn’t. I had no idea when the review that is today’s topic would drop. I promise!
This review comes courtesy of redheadedbookloverblog.com, but more about the review in a second. Aimee Ann, the redheadedbooklover herself, is married to a Reconnaissance Marine. As such, one of the things that is important to her is supporting wounded vets. That’s something we should all be able to get behind–supporting men and women who have been injured in the line of duty. She has a page dedicated to the pursuit, and on it you can find several charities to support. Here’s the link to the page: https://redheadedbookloverblog.com/give-back-wounded-heroes/.
Now, on to the review of Demon King.
The review starts off with a bang:
“Demon King is a terrifying, thrilling and gripping novel that captivated as well as frightened me from the start. Demon King is sensational for many reasons but one of the core reasons the book is so incredible is because Erik Henry Vick, the author of Demon King has shrouded his book in a ton of mystery that in turn, keeps the reader guessing to the end! “
Thanks, Aimee Ann! She goes on to say:
“Demon King is a unique novel with a multi-layered plot that is full of captivating mystery. The description of the book does not give much away so I too will try not to!”
And she succeeds! Her review is 100% spoiler-free ™ as certified by the Don’t Ruin It Foundation (yeah, I just made that up. Hey, I’m a writer, it’s what I do). To return the favor, I’m not going to give away too much of her review! You’ll have to visit her site and read it to see all of the wonderful, flattering things she has to say. Okay, one last thing:
“…did have me reading the book in the light!”
To read Aimee Ann’s review in its entirety, please visit her blog: https://redheadedbookloverblog.com/2018/04/29/demon-king-erik-henry-vick/
Thanks again, Aimee Ann! Great reviews and a wonderful cause to support!
P.S. Next week she’ll be doing posting an author spotlight with me as the subject. Set your VCRs to record! (Wow, did I just say that?)