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Monday, August 17, 2015

{Tour with Review} Tori Centanni's "IN THE DEMON'S COMPANY" with CBB promotions!


Welcome to my tour stop for In the Demon's Company by Tori Centanni. This is the second book in The Demon's Assistant series and is a young adult urban fantasy. The review tour runs August 17-28th. Check out the tour page for more information.

About In the Demon's Company:

inthedemonscompany-3There’s a new demon in town… …and my boss, Azmos, isn’t happy about it. I guess he doesn’t like competition in the soul-binding business. 

Meanwhile, my Chemistry teacher seems to be caught up in this magical mess, so I’m anxious to get to the bottom of what's going on. Now that Az has promoted me from errand girl to demon’s apprentice I might actually be able to do something to help. Of course, my boyfriend Cam wants me to stay out of it, and for once Azmos actually agrees with him.  

Sorry, but I can’t just sit around doing homework while a demon is leaving a trail of bodies all over town. Besides, I’ve got my own posse now. Okay, I’ve got an ice-cold death demon, a tortured psychic and a pink-haired demonologist to help me. Together we’ll figure it out, and I’ll prove I’m ready to be a full-fledged apprentice…or I’ll die trying.


TheDemonsDeadline-2About the first book, The Demon's Deadline:

Some teenagers deliver pizza, some deliver newspapers. My part-time job? I deliver mysterious envelopes for a demon. I don’t even get tips. 

It seemed like a good deal at the time. I almost died in a car accident, and Azmos saved me… gave me a second chance. At first, it wasn’t so bad. I got to live, go to high school, hang out with my boyfriend Cam. He’s too cute for his own good, but he’s getting tired of all this demon stuff. I hate lying to my best friend Melissa and my dad, who's still not over my mom's death. Neither am I. 

But now, this gig is getting dangerous, and it’s not like I can quit. Even if I could, then what? I’ve seen things I can’t unsee. I just hope I can figure out how to navigate the darkness before I do something I can’t undo. 

It’s time I face my own demons.
About Gabriel's Demons, a novella:
My name is Gabriel Price, and I’m no stranger to bad dreams.

After losing my family in a house fire, I suppose it’s normal to have nightmares. Except now, I’m dreaming awake, seeing things I don’t want to see, things I shouldn’t be able to see.

The first time I saw someone’s death, the vision hit me hard, just like the speeding car that crashed, killing its driver. There was nothing I could do to stop it from happening. Not the first time. Or the second. Or the third. But now…I think I might have a chance to prevent my visions from coming true.

It’s a gift to be able to stop someone from dying, right? The demon who’s interested in my ability thinks so, but I’m not about to accept the deal he's offering. My inner demons give me enough hell. I don't need even more.
About the Author:

Tori Centanni is a nerd girl and a recovering goth. She likes dark, quirky stories with elements of humor. When not reading or writing, she can be found baking, watching too much television, and wrangling cats. She lives in Seattle, WA.

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 I enjoyed this teen paranormal fiction novel; I found it a bit more refreshing than the usual teen/young adult reads. Action packed and with a main character who isn't annoyingly swamped in teen drama, this was a fun read that kept me interested throughout. I liked how bits and pieces are revealed and I really like the give-and-take in the relationships between the characters. Much like real life, the interactions are complicated, muddy, unclear, and yet bits of clarity shine through as the relationships develop into something deeper. Friendships and acquaintances, an acceptance of the world as she now knows it, etc., all contribute to this fantastically built world and storyline that keeps your interest and leaves you wanting more. Will I be reading on? Most definitely! 

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