Author: Brenna Yovanoff
I've been dying to get my hands on this book because it sounded good and I loved the cover. I mean the cover is amazing and pretty much sums up what it looks like where she lives. I loved this book though the end was a little weird...Let me fill you in.
Daphne lives in Pandemonium (AKA Hell) with her father (Lucifer), her mother (Lilith), and her sisters. She saves a boy from being tormented for the rest of days by her cousin and he gets to go back to Earth. When her brother Obie vanishes from both Earth and Hell she will set foot on Earth for the first time in her life to try and find him. She finds the boy (Truman) that she saved in hopes that he can help her find her brother since Truman knew him.
Together they find things that trouble them and they find that they have stronger feelings towards each other than when they first met. They find a baby and discover that it is Azrael (the angel of death) and his monstrous beast (Dark Dreadful) are responsible for the deaths of the demons and the nightmares Truman is having. It was obvious so I don't think I'm giving too much away quite yet...The dreams are super cool! You'll see why if you read it!
I know it sounds pretty boring but I really liked it! Of all the books I have read I have never read one where demons can be nice and help someone. This book (though it has a lot of bad demons and angels) has quite a few good ones. I loved this book and though some don't seem to agree with me I hope you do.
About The Author
Brenna Yovanoff was raised in a barn, a tent, and a tepee, and was home-schooled until high school. She spent her formative years in Arkansas, in a town heavily populated by snakes, where sometimes they would drop turkeys out of the sky. When she was five, she moved to Colorado, where it snows on a regular basis but never snows turkeys. Her short fiction has appeared in Chiaroscuro and Strange Horizons. She holds an MFA in fiction from Colorado State University and is the author of the New York Times bestselling novel The Replacement. She currently lives in Denver with her husband.