Mini Review Monday | Demons at Deadnight


By: A&E Kirk

Divinicus Nex #1 | 404 Pages | Pub. 2012

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It’s Monday, which means i’m barely functioning and no one wants to read a lot on Monday mornings. So i’m bringing you a quick and friendly mini review!

Rating: ★★★

Recommended for: Anyone who needs a quick and easy palette cleanser read

“Wish I could say it was a deviously clever move, but the truth is I’ve got grace management issues.”


Oh, I relate to Aurora and her stumbling clumsiness so well. She is a special snowflake in a new school and attracts a group of hot mysterious boys. This was a fairly typical teenage paranormal story, nothing outstanding or amazing. Girl moves to town, girl finds out she is special, girl has various funny and/or cute interactions with bad boy.

I did love the banter, but Aurora needs to learn her limits. She was funny and smart, but a little too over-the-top thinking that she could be the one to save everyone and running off on her own. Demons are chasing her for about 90% of the book and the other 10% is teenage angst. This is a perfect read if you want something light-hearted and fun with lots of monsters.

Have you read Demons at Deadnight? Let us know what you thought in the comments!


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Lady Midnight | Book Review


By: Cassandra Clare

The Dark Artifices #1 | 669 Pages | Pub. 2016

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Lady Midnight at a Glance

  • Overall Rating: ★★★★★
  • Heroine: Queen of breakups
  • Dude: He slytherin-ed into our hearts
  • Steaminess: Private beaches 👌🏻👌🏻
  • Betrayal: Victoria Aveyard would be proud

Pairs Well With

After Midnight Martini

  • 1 cup chocolate-flavored vodka
  • 1 cup vanilla-flavored vodka
  • ½ cup coffee-flavored liqueur
  • Ice
  • Chocolate covered espresso beans & chocolate shavings

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