Demon Hunter Lost Memories

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Every few hundred years a Demon Hunter is called to protect the world from unseen forces and Laila Songs so happens to be a Demon Hunter, but she doesn't know it. She sees the strangest things that no one else sees, but she just thinks she watches too many horror movies and eats too many tacos. More

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About Hope Hopkins

Hope Hopkins is a home-school graduate, earning her high school diploma from Penn Forster High School. She also has an Associates in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix and studied psychology. Hope is a writer, Instructional Designer/Videographer, artist and musician.

In the year 2006 Hope started writing, at first her stories began in drawings, than she started to write short stories, for the longest time she only wrote endings to her stories. Hope started writing after she watched the movie One Night with the King with her mother. She continued to write, but stopped after awhile. In 2009 she picked up writing again never thinking about publishing, she was just writing for the fun of it. Than as more time passed she found Twilight by Stephenie Meyer one Christmas when she was shopping with her mother. Hope was already a fan of vampire stories, so she read Twilight and loved it. She read the whole Twilight series and was further inspired to write more.

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Andra Shaw reviewed on July 14, 2019

The story has a great concept but it took a minute for me to get into the book. The vernacular used by this 17 years old and her siblings are very outdated. It felt like an adult trying to talk like a kid and that made the narration difficult to get through in spots. I thought perhaps that was part of the plot since we find out a few surprising things about Laila Songs and her family, her beloved Anthony. It also felt like we were picking up in the middle and in places, the story felt disjointed. I truly did not like the cliffhanger at the end as it felt like unfinished not like more to come in the next book. Despite this, the story has so much potential! I look forward to seeing what happens next with this young demon hunter, her sexy guy friend, and her family. I will read the next book in the series as the concept is very compelling!

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