The Demon Queen

The Demon Queen The final assault on Longview was going to do than just destroy the town it was going to rip open the world In the blackness surrounding the town he thought he could see Rangda s enormous maw open an

  • Title: The Demon Queen
  • Author: Richard Lewis
  • ISBN: 9781416935896
  • Page: 370
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The final assault on Longview was going to do than just destroy the town it was going to rip open the world In the blackness surrounding the town he thought he could see Rangda s enormous maw, open and hungry, ready to devour Jesse is a boy with a mysterious past In and out of foster homes his whole life, he believes he was abandoned in Los Angeles as a baby WThe final assault on Longview was going to do than just destroy the town it was going to rip open the world In the blackness surrounding the town he thought he could see Rangda s enormous maw, open and hungry, ready to devour Jesse is a boy with a mysterious past In and out of foster homes his whole life, he believes he was abandoned in Los Angeles as a baby When he comes under the scrutiny of Homeland Security in an incident involving a mistaken identity, he starts learning some unsettling facts about himself Now he is living with the Mindells in a small Midwestern town, and for the first time he feels like he may have a real home until Honor Clarke shows up Ever since Honor and her mother moved back to town following the gruesome death of Honor s father, strange things have been happening Someone is murdering birds and painting odd symbols all over town, and Jesse feels as if he s losing his mind He starts to see a man no one else can see, he is having violent nightmares, and it all seems to be leading to one conclusion he is here for only one reason to fight the evil that is Rangda, the Demon Queen, and her loyal follower, Honor Clarke, no matter the consequences Richard Lewis brings Indonesian mythology and legend to the present day in this chilling novel of unimaginable horror.

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    1 thought on “The Demon Queen”

    1. Reviewed by Cat for TeensReadTooJesse has spent the last fourteen years hiding in corners and rightfully so, having grown up in the foster care system of L.A. County, shuffled from one home to another. The recent discovery that there is no record of his birth in the United States has Homeland Security targeting him as a potential terrorist and under constant threats of deportation to Cambodia. Jesse is determined to stay out of trouble and maintain a low profile with his new family, the Mindells [...]

    2. The reason why I chose this book because the genre of this book is horror and my teacher recomand this book. the setting of this book take place in collge when a streng looking girl comes to the collge and as she starts school weard stuff happens around the campus. the main character name is jesse he has weak tea colored skin, high cheekbones, round black eyes, and black curly hair. the main problem of this story is when jesse's best friend volt get deathly sick when honor as starts schooland at [...]

    3. Not a bad book, but I definitely think someone of younger age (I'm 32, lol) would like it a lot more than I did. But reading a book about a Balinese demon queen is different and I liked the subplot with homeland security. So I liked the uniqueness of the plot and it was pretty dark. I didn't like the animal sacrificing but I guess it was necessary for the story.

    4. Jesse has spent the last fourteen years hiding in corners and rightfully so, having grown up in the foster system of L.A. county, shuffled from one home to another. The recent discovery that there is no record of his birth in the United States has Homeland Security targeting him a potential terrorist and under constant threats of deportation to Cambodia. Jesse is determined to stay out of trouble and maintain a low profile with his new family the Mindells.The rolling cornfields of the midwest pr [...]

    5. A boy name Jesse, is a 15-year old orphan who has a mysterious past. He meets Honor Clarke, a weirdo that returned from Bali where her father was murdered. Later on strange and disturbing events have been happening as mere coincidence and Jesse realizes the Demon Queen has been resurrected. And you know the only person who can stop her is none other than Jesse himself. Ooohh.I give it a four because it did start out slow but picked up fast and was very suspenseful where my heart would beat. Not [...]

    6. Even tough some list this as a horror story it didn't feel as such to me, although it did have it's share of gruesome moments. That being said it was a fairly good read.Although, some people described the beginning as boring, I found it quite the opposite for it introduced the weird girl from the very start. The story slowly builds on, and although it feels a bit rushed at the end (maybe it was a bit too much to digest) the tempo of the storytelling mostly suited me. Although it did have some pr [...]

    7. This book was just plain weird. A boy who comes from nowhere, who has no parents and no homeland just happens to be fostered in the town where a mother and her daughter Honor relocate after a terrible tragedy in Indonesia that claims the life of Honor’s father. And Honor just happens to be the gateway for the mother of all evil goddesses to enter the world and take over. And the only one who can stop her is Jesse, the boy with the mysterious past. I kept thinking that the plot sounded familiar [...]

    8. This was a pretty interesting book that I wasn't sure how much I would like it while I read. It was different because I never really thought about Indonesian mythology, and it was something I found exciting a bit scary like other mythologies can be. This time is was different, however. I actually felt the fear behind the legends that were woven in the story unlike some other novels. I did feel the danger, and Mr. Lewis wrote this book well, in my opinion. I'm probably going to keep my eyes open [...]

    9. Would make a good middle school booktalk. A bit cheesy in spots, but younger audience would find it entertaining.

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