Demon

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When Justyn and Rebecca set off for the New York School of Performing Arts, they think their dreams are about to come true. To their dismay, they aren’t in high school anymore, and the competition is steep. Rebecca must compete against accomplished singers for a role in the production of Demon Barber, including a stunning Gothic diva with her sights set on Justyn. More

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Published by Pagan Writers Press
Words: 95,940
Language: English
ISBN: 9781938397479
About Laura DeLuca

Laura “Luna” DeLuca lives at the beautiful Jersey shore with her husband and four children. She loves writing in the young adult genre because it keeps her young at heart.

In addition to writing fiction, Laura is also the sole author of a popular review blog called New Age Mama. She is an active member of her local pagan community, and has been studying Wicca for close to eight years.

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Review by: Gloria Defeo on March 29, 2013 :
I read Phantom, the first book in this series, and it was amazing. I didn't think it was possible to top it, yet somehow, Demon managed to pull it off. Justyn and Becca are starting a new life in college, but there are definitely some challenges along the way. There is a lot more competition then when they were in high school, and this time around, they won't both be the stars. To make matters worse, there is a Gothic girl named Livy who wants to steal a lot more than the show. She totally wants to steal Justyn too. But the biggest trial they face is the serial rapist who is attacking the girls on the campus. Will Becca be a victim and if she is, can her relationship with Justyn survive it? This is something you'll have to read the book to learn.

The Dark Musicals Trilogy is an amazing an refreshing take on the YA genre. The author has stepped away from the "para-NORM" and gone a whole new route. Not only are these books original thrillers that have both left me shocked at their conclusion, they also introduce a younger regeneration to classic novels and Broadway musicals in a way they can relate to and appreciate. In my opinion, this makes them a masterpiece in their own right.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Gloria Defeo on March 29, 2013 :
I read Phantom, the first book in this series, and it was amazing. I didn't think it was possible to top it, yet somehow, Demon managed to pull it off. Justyn and Becca are starting a new life in college, but there are definitely some challenges along the way. There is a lot more competition then when they were in high school, and this time around, they won't both be the stars. To make matters worse, there is a Gothic girl named Livy who wants to steal a lot more than the show. She totally wants to steal Justyn too. But the biggest trial they face is the serial rapist who is attacking the girls on the campus. Will Becca be a victim and if she is, can her relationship with Justyn survive it? This is something you'll have to read the book to learn.

The Dark Musicals Trilogy is an amazing an refreshing take on the YA genre. The author has stepped away from the "para-NORM" and gone a whole new route. Not only are these books original thrillers that have both left me shocked at their conclusion, they also introduce a younger regeneration to classic novels and Broadway musicals in a way they can relate to and appreciate. In my opinion, this makes them a masterpiece in their own right.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Gloria Defeo on March 29, 2013 :
I read Phantom, the first book in this series, and it was amazing. I didn't think it was possible to top it, yet somehow, Demon managed to pull it off. Justyn and Becca are starting a new life in college, but there are definitely some challenges along the way. There is a lot more competition then when they were in high school, and this time around, they won't both be the stars. To make matters worse, there is a Gothic girl named Livy who wants to steal a lot more than the show. She totally wants to steal Justyn too. But the biggest trial they face is the serial rapist who is attacking the girls on the campus. Will Becca be a victim and if she is, can her relationship with Justyn survive it? This is something you'll have to read the book to learn.

The Dark Musicals Trilogy is an amazing an refreshing take on the YA genre. The author has stepped away from the "para-NORM" and gone a whole new route. Not only are these books original thrillers that have both left me shocked at their conclusion, they also introduce a younger regeneration to classic novels and Broadway musicals in a way they can relate to and appreciate. In my opinion, this makes them a masterpiece in their own right.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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