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Publisher Description

“I’m virtually speechless when it comes to this novel. I have not found an author that I adore the writing style of this much since Jennifer L. Armentrout. The world that this author created was amazing. It was so in depth with back stories and history. I loved it.” - Brittany's Book Reviews

Eighteen year old Myla Lewis is a girl who loves two things: kicking ass and kicking ass. She’s not your every day quasi-demon, half-demon and half-human, girl. For the past five years, Myla has lived for the days she gets to fight in Purgatory’s arena. When souls want a trial by combat for their right to enter heaven or hell, they go up against her, and she hasn’t lost a battle yet.

But as she starts her senior year at Purgatory High, the arena fights aren’t enough to keep her spirits up anymore. When the demons start to act weird, even for demons, and the King of the Demons, Armageddon, shows up at Myla’s school, she knows that things are changing and it’s not looking good for the quasi-demons.

Myla starts to question everything, and doesn’t like the answers she finds. What happened seventeen years ago that turned the quasi-demons into slave labor? Why was her mom always so sad? And why won’t anyone tell her who her father is? Things heat up when Myla meets Lincoln, the High Prince of the Thrax, a super sexy half-human and half-angel demon hunter. But what’s a quasi-demon girl to do when she falls for a demon hunter? It’s a good thing that Myla’s not afraid of breaking a few rules. With a love worth fighting for, Myla’s going to shake up Purgatory.

1. Angelbound
2. Scala
3. Acca (Coming December 2016)
4. Thrax (Fall 2017)
5. Armageddon

1. Maxon
2. Portia

1. Cursed
2. Concealed (Coming Fall 2016)
3. Cherished (Spring 2017)
4. Crowned (Fall 2017)

Young Adult
December 17
Monster House Books, LLC
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Customer Reviews

Galaxystarrx ,

This is a teen book

I hate going into a story expecting it to be written for adults only to find out it is written for teens. Too many sentences start with "I", which fifth graders are taught NEVER to do in writing unless it's unavoidable. This is commonly seen in teen fiction, however, due to the fact it makes for simplified reading. Personally, I like to visualize what I read, not be spoon fed details through telling not showing.

Paqui65 ,

Love this book

This is a funny great book
Kept me sane when I was in great stress
I will love to see what happen to the Great Scala
and her Prince
Thank you for let me enjoyed

Bolo7678 ,

Loved it

I loved this book. Great story & interesting characters. It got me hooked I finished a lot faster than I expected too. Kinda Slow start but I honestly couldn't put the last half down.

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