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Demonic Dora - Claire Chilton
Demonic Dora
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9781908822246 (1908822244)
Publisher: Ragz Books
Pages no: 262
Edition language: English
Series: The Demon Diaries (#1)
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CheriePie's Books
CheriePie's Books rated it
2.0 Demonic Dora
Dora thought summoning a demon lord would be the answer to her prayers, helping her escape the wrath of her evangelical preacher father, and equally uptight mother. But things never quite work out the they should....I had a difficult time getting into this book, and very nearly didn't finish it. How...
Books for a Delicate Eternity
Books for a Delicate Eternity rated it
2.5 Book Review: Demonic Dora (The Demon Diaries #1) by Claire Chilton
Ah, okay. Uhm. I’m not entirely sure where to start writing about Demonic Dora. For one, I’m not even entirely sure which genre this book fits into. It’s much too graphic, and there are too many expletives for it to be YA, but then the main character is in school, so I am not too sure if it fits int...
Fangs for the Fantasy
Fangs for the Fantasy rated it
3.0 Demonic Dora (The Demon Diaries,#1) by Claire Chilton
We first meet Dora in the church of her televangelist father. She is the typical brooding teenager in that rebellion is her top priority. While her parents are busy trying to save souls, Dora's goal is to successfully summon a demon. Having failed many times, Dora is extremely hopeful and surprise...
Rabbit Reads
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1.0 Demonic Dora: The Demon Diaries
Disclaimer: Snark and gifs. Bad language as well. This book was asinine. This book is the reason why teenagers should not dabble in demonology and black magic, because idiots like this girl do absolutely no research. It also is used in teenage rebellion. Ugh. Why can't she just skip school, break cu...
Litchick's Hit List
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2.0 Demonic Dora
I was convinced within the first paragraph that I would like this book. Why? Because of the heroine, Dora. No, not this dora:She’s more like this:The first chapter opens with her propping her Doc Marten boots up on the pew in front of her while she picks at her fingernails. With a combat knife. IN C...
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