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by Christine Warren

  • ISBN: 0312347774
  • Category: Fantasy
  • Subcategory: Science Fiction
  • Author: Christine Warren
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks; 1st edition (May 1, 2007)
  • ePub book: 1845 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 182

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The Demon You Know book. If you've never read Christine Warren before, don't start with this book or book one. Instead, try One Bite with a Stranger, Wolf at the Door or Walk on the Wild Side

The Demon You Know book. Instead, try One Bite with a Stranger, Wolf at the Door or Walk on the Wild Side. Those are some of the better ones in the series.

Book 11 of 15 in the Others Series. Instead, try One Bite with a Stranger, Wolf at the Door or Walk on the Wild Side

Book 11 of 15 in the Others Series.

The Demon You Know was pretty boring. Christine Warren is the bestselling author of The Others series, including Wolf at the Door, Big Bad Wolf, Born to Be Wild, Prince Charming Doesn't Live Here, and Black Magic Woman. I thought Rule and Abby had zero chemistry. They were both pretty dull, IMO. I didn't think the plot was all the great either. This is one of the weaker books in the series. Пользовательский отзыв - LadyIsis - LibraryThing. Born and raised in coastal New England, she now lives as a transplant in the Pacific Northwest. She completely bypassed those states in the middle due to her phobia of being landlocked.

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As a research grunt at a local television station, Abby Baker tends to blend into the background, which is where she's most comfortable. But when she ends up being the last resort to cover a hot story, Abby discovers a whole new side to her personality when she is possessed by a fiend―a type of rogue demon. Suddenly everyone wants a piece of her. And now the demon Rule―also a hunter of his own kind who have gone astray―is Abby's only hope…

Meanwhile, the Others―vampires, werewolves, and witches, oh my!―have come out of the supernatural closet and the rest of the humans are all aflutter. Mischief is afoot in the demon realm, and Rule knows that Abby is key to figuring it all out before the fiends tip the fragile balance between the newly-discovered Others and the humans over into an epic battle. Now it's up to two lost souls to make love, not war…..

Comments

Kelerana Kelerana
Abby Baker is a research assistant for a local TV station. When she's on a riot scene to help cover a story, she becomes possessed by a fiend Lou (a not so bad guy). Lou is on the run from Uzkiel (bad guy), a fiend who wants a special spell that will give him an advantage in his fight with the demons (good guys). Lou had been acting as an informer for the demon Rule (good guy), and now Rule is searching for him since he went missing. Rule finds Lou in Abby's body, and immediately takes Abby into protective custody at the Vircolac Club. The club is owned by Graham Winters, the alpha of the werewolf pack. The pack helps to protect Abby, while Rule searches for Uzkiel. We see many of the characters we know from other books--Rafe, Tess, Missy, Graham--and they help in the fight against Uzkiel.

The story started a bit slow but then picked up around chapter five. Overall I enjoyed the storyline, the main character Rule and the supporting cast like Noah, Samantha, Missy, and Rafe. However, Abby is one of the worst lead female characters I've read recently. Not only is she not likable, the author is not consistent in the way she portrays the character. Abby starts out as a timid doormat of a character. Then she makes an idiotic decision--putting her life and others in danger. Afterwards she shows herself to be whiny and self centered. Then she's a complete bit*h, screaming at Rule for things that he didn't cause and can't control, which was inconsistent for how she was portrayed in the beginning. I liked Rule in the Faerie book, and was very disappointed to see him matched off with such a poor character. The romance didn't make any sense to me. I didn't see anything appealing in her character for him to care about. She's not even described as being physcially attractive, so I didn't get his attraction to her. Additionally, the dialogue was forced, awkward and frequently annoying.

Another thing was the copy of the book I read was FULL of typos and punctuation errors. It was extremely distracting. The worst ones were the constant mistakes in names--Bat for Bal, Rate for Rule, etc. At times I'd have to back up and reread a line trying to figure out who the author was talking about. I was reading a St Martins Press published version that was produced for Kindle. Very poor editing--someone didn't do their job. Also if the book had had a good line editor, the editor would have caught all the inconsistencies with Abby's character.

I've read most of the Others books and enjoyed several of them--mainly the later ones. If you've never read Christine Warren before, don't start with this book or book one. Instead, try One Bite with a Stranger, Wolf at the Door or Walk on the Wild Side. Those are some of the better ones in the series.
Malaris Malaris
I am a Christine Warren fan. I have enjoyed all the books in this series. Warren created a great fantasy world, she writes well (although the editing in some of the Kindle editions is AWFUL), and the plots/characters are enjoyable and engrossing. EXCEPT for this book, and this heroine. I keep catching myself rolling my eyes at Abby as she - yet again - has a juvenile tantrum. Haven't finished the book yet and I'm honestly not sure I'm going to; I just can't find anything admirable about her character, or anything that I can relate to. I can't imagine what the hero, Rule, could possibly see in her, and I'm not buying the fated mate thing in this case. They are just not believable together - unless somehow, halfway through the book (I'm at 54%), she undergoes a second possession, or grows up, or SOMETHING happens to redeem her, because right now she is self-absorbed, unintelligent and mostly just annoying. Grrr
OwerSpeed OwerSpeed
I bought the ebook, which was $7.99. Kind of expensive, most of the time the ebook is a little cheaper than the paperback. I've read most of this series now and while I've enjoyed the stories they are a little inconsistent from book to book and in most of the books the subplots are left unresolved. That said, I love the creativity behind the story and they are a quick read.
Alexandra Alexandra
Rule is way too good for Abby, and that's saying something since he is a demon. Abby was whiny, selfish, short-sided, judgmental, and the list of horrible characteristics goes on and on. I really could not understand her reasoning or her motives. Most of the time everyone was walking on eggshells around her and treating her and talking to her like a child. My two year old son has more common sense than she did. I normally read a 300+ book in two days, this story took me seven days to struggle through and I finally had to skim the last couple of chapters. Another downfall of this novel was that I really couldn't get a sense of Rule's personality or why he was attracted to Abby. It just didn't mesh for me. Just very disappointed I spent money on this book. Skip this book in the series...I'm sorry Rule I had high hopes for you.
Stoneshaper Stoneshaper
So loved these characters and can't wait for the next book. It's been a while since I've read this series, I hope I'm not to far behind in the book's. Enjoy but be prepared you won't stop with one.
Jesmi Jesmi
There were so many typo's in this book that I keep getting pulled out of the story. I am truly amazed at the number of times names have been misspelled. The spacing between words is messed up. Words are split apart or connected with no spacing between. I am finding it nearly impossible to continue reading. Combine that with whiny main female character, who is completely self involved, I am having a difficult time finishing this book. This is the first of this authors books I have read. According to other reviews her first two were better but they seemed to imply 'forgettable'. The only reason I typed this up is because the typos are truly driving me nuts. Didn't anyone proof read this thing?
Washington Washington
The Demon You Know (The Others, Book 3)
As a research grunt at a local television station, Abby Baker tends to blend into the background, which is where she's most comfortable. But when she ends up being the last resort to cover a hot story, Abby discovers a whole new side to her personality when she is possessed by a fiend--a type of rogue demon. Suddenly everyone wants a piece of her. And now the demon Rule--also a hunter of his own kind who have gone astray--is Abby's only hope...

Meanwhile, the Others--vampires, werewolves, and witches have come out of the supernatural closet and the rest of the humans are all aflutter. Mischief is afoot in the demon realm, and Rule knows that Abby is key to figuring it all out before the fiends tip the fragile balance between the newly-discovered Others and the humans over into an epic battle. Now it's up to two lost souls to make love, not war.

A lot of fun and one of my favorite in the series. Good read.