The Doomsday Shroud

The Doomsday Shroud Trouble continues for Kelly and Travis Bishop Their older brother Jon runs away to New York City the nation embraces Majik Juice and the American Security Administration makes house calls at two i

  • Title: The Doomsday Shroud
  • Author: R.L. Gemmill
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 248
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Trouble continues for Kelly and Travis Bishop Their older brother, Jon, runs away to New York City, the nation embraces Majik Juice, and the American Security Administration makes house calls at two in the morning The good news An assassin thinks he can save humanity from injustice The bad news Demons have discovered the perfect lure to get Kelly back into Pandora s CTrouble continues for Kelly and Travis Bishop Their older brother, Jon, runs away to New York City, the nation embraces Majik Juice, and the American Security Administration makes house calls at two in the morning The good news An assassin thinks he can save humanity from injustice The bad news Demons have discovered the perfect lure to get Kelly back into Pandora s Cave The deep mystery and heart pounding terror of The Demon Conspiracy Series continue, in Book 2, The Doomsday Shroud Reminder The Demon Conspiracy Series is still the only teen novel series required by the American Security Administration to post a warning about potential negative psychological effects on the reader READ WITH CAUTION.

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    1. The demons are after Kelly Bishop. The panic room is completed and the demons are still finding a way to get in. Jon, their older brother, has set out to gain followers. He is the world's greatest magician and is in New York City to prove it to the world.One of my favorite parts is when Jon the magician, confronts a bunch of homeless hungry people in an alley that is private and they are determined to keep it that way. Jon tells them that he is looking for followers to help spread the message th [...]

    2. The Doomsday Shroud upholds R. L. Gemmill's tremendous storytelling that I first enjoyed in Book 1 of the Demon Conspiracy Series. I love the human characters, but there's something so appealing about even the most dastardly demon in the book. Does it make sense to say they are "horribly, disgustingly cute"? Gemmill has taken pains to craft a patois for each individual monster, and that's going farther than Tolkien did with his several languages in the Lord of the Rings. I can easily imagine fol [...]

    3. Compelling continuation of the first book The Demon Conspiracy where I first met the Bishop family. I love the additional characters. Granny my favorite so far but looking forward to learning more about others. Can't wait for book 3 The Devil's Bite.

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