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Daimonion - J.P.   Jackson I'm finding it hard to put into words how fascinating this book . Once I started to read I didn't want to stop.

I enjoyed learning about the different types of demons, what the Daimonion were and ultimately how each character was tied to the other. The plot was ever thickening and when you didn't think you could be shocked anymore, more details would be revealed effectively drawing the reader in. There were a lot of grotesque moments in the book but I think that was part of the appeal. There was also a good amount of despicable acts that occurred off page that were referenced to. It all made for a very good read.

The author segued from one event/issue to the next in such a masterful manner. At first I thought the constant barrage of events Dati infecting children, meeting Marta, punishment for disobeying his master, being infected with murderous minions, etc was a little too much at once. But thinking back on it I can't imagine the author approaching the story any other way
to convey the satyr's (Silenus) so called masterful plans and end game.

A review copy was provided to me in exchange for an honest review.