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Fresh hell from the Demonata - you can't cheat death... "I'm a human sponge -- I soak up memories. I feel like a thief, stealing secrets with an innocent touch. I don't like this gift. It's intrusive and sneaky. I think it's harmless, but I can't be sure. If knowledge is power, why do I feel so alone!?" The apocalypse came and the world burned. But it wasn't the end, and out of the destruction, new life has emerged. Bec is back to face the Demonata. After centuries of imprisonment, she's more powerful than ever, but the demons no longer stand alone. Something else has crawled out of the darkness with her. Lord Loss is no longer humanity's greatest threat! Key title / Get your claws into the new Demonata from master of horror - Darren Shan, now available in paperback with a limited edition metallic cover! / Demon Apocalypse, the 6th Demonata was Darren's biggest launch yet with over 7,000 copies sold in the first week alone, ensuring it hit the No.1 spot in the Children's HB charts. / Fully promoted to Darren "Shansters" on Darren's website www.darrenshan.com / Brand-new Darren Shan community website launching to recruit new fans / Author tour with events and signings around the UK / Online PR, advertising and sampling to continue to recruit new readers to the series
Darren Shan is the author of the twelve book series 'The Saga of Darren Shan'. His adventures have been read by millions of people around the world in several different languages, yet much of his life remains shrouded in mystery. He lives in seclusion in the depths of Ireland. And he never drinks blood. Or so he claims.
Praise for the Demonata Series: "Utterly unputdownable" - The Times "The master of children's horror at his blood-curdling best." - Publishing News "As grossly entertaining as ever, Grubbs's cynical teenaged voice carries the story along like a bat out of hell." - The Times