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ISBN:000726044X
Author: Darren Shan
ISBN13: 978-0007260447
Title: Dark Calling (The Demonata)
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Language: English
Category: Science Fiction
Publisher: Harper Collins Omes (2009)

Dark Calling (The Demonata) by Darren Shan



Dark Calling (The Demonata is a Horror novel by Darren Shan. Dark Calling (The Demonata I know it's ridiculous. Lights can't whisper. But I swear I heard a voice calling to me. It sounded like static to begin with, but then it came into focus, a single word repeated over and over. Softly, slyly, seductively, insistently. The Disciples are being manipulated by beings older than time. Only Kernel Fleck knows that something is wrong. But he is in the grip of a creature who cares nothing for the fate of humanity. Voices are calling to him from the darkness and he's powerless to resist. Kernel has already been to hell.

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Dark Calling (The Demonata Author: Darren Shan. Chapter 1. TURN AROUND, BRIGHT EYES. A small, wiry, scorpion-shaped demon with a semi-human face drives its stinger into my right eye. My eyeball pops and gooey streaks flood down my cheek. In complete agony, I scream helplessly, but worse is to come. The demon spits into the empty socket. At first I think it's just phlegm, but then dozens of tiny things start to wriggle in the space where my eye once swam. As I fill with confused horror, teeth or claws dig into the bone around my ruined eye. Whatever the mini-monsters are, they're.

Dark Calling, the 9th book of Darren Shans amazing The Demonata series is the second last in the series and unfortunately not one of the best. The book Dark Calling by Darren Shan is an interesting story set in a fictional future where demons are overrunning the universe. I chose this book out of pure chance when I went to the library. This book starts off with the main character fighting to protect his home and friends from demons.

Dark Calling is a book by Darren Shan in The Demonata series. It is the ninth book released of the series. The narrator is Kernel Fleck.

Events take an unexpected turn in this ninth awesome foray into the worlds of the Demonat. he Disciples are being manipulated by beings older than time. Kernel has already been to hell and back. Now he's about to go further. Since rebuilding his eyes, Kernel has been able to see new lights that he cannot move, and which seem to be whispering to the Disciples, manipulating them. However Kernel realizes that he is unable to tell anyone of his concerns as no-one else can see the lights.

The Disciples are being manipulated by beings older than time. Voices are calling to him from the darkness and he& powerless to resist. Now he& about to go further &. Darren Shan Dark Calling. A word in your ear. Lying low. Death watch.

Reviews: 7
GODMAX
Shan's storytelling pattern continues to rear its ugly head much like the generic and lifeless demons he conjures up in the pages of his books. Harsh? Consider that beyond Lord Loss and his immediate underlings, the rest of the antagonistic characters are just unimaginative cannon fodder for ultraviolent young adult books. Kernel's tale continues in this current offering, and although Kernel is perhaps the better of the three main protagonists, Shan never uses him to his fullest; instead, often portraying him as the weaker of the three.

In this tale, way too much time is spent with Kernel traveling with an Old Creature through portal after portal and world after world, serving no real purpose but to eat up pages until they finally get to the center of the universe where we hear about Shan's take on the origins of everything. Although original, and the use of the chessboard was obviously prepared well in advance, the ideas surrounding the Old Creatures seemed hashed out in a hurry.

The book picks up once Kernel returns and the three protagonists are reunited. They go searching for Beranabus in the throngs of the Shadow, but leave with zero information - just more despairing conjectures. We get more character deaths, but only one of them is truly emotional. Meanwhile, we get a betrayal (maybe) at the very end, and Grubbs showing that he's more a selfish dictator then a true leader.

Much like the last few titles, this book feels as if it could have been shortened and combined with others to produce a better, more concise work. Unfortunately, somebody must have had the idea of ten total books in mind before all the details were planned out.
WtePSeLNaGAyko
Love darren shan, and every book I have ever read of his. He is my favorite author and this book doesn't disappoint!
mr.Mine
Bought this as a gift for my husband. He loves the whole series and recommends it to everyone.
Vareyma
9th book of 10 in the Demonata Series from Darren Shan - I personally have not read any of this series. My son started out with the Cirque Du Freak Books (12 total) and went on to this series. He enjoyed reading and enjoys having the entire series. He started reading them around 6th grade and continued on thru high school.
Gathris
This books ends on a grisly and dark note. After reading this book for the second time now. I find myself appreciating the story flow even more than last time.
You can't go wrong with a Darren Shan book.
Pruster
This book was gripping the whole way through. There were some parts where it was repetitive and some parts were riddled with spelling errors, but for the most part it was an amazing read that kept you going until the very end. Do not read this, however, if you don't like books with descriptions of wounds and gashes. This book is an amazing read, but could have used a few more edits. That is why I rate this book four stars.
Andriodtargeted
Love this author and this series as well as the Cirque Du Freak series looking forward to reading the zombie series next
This book, along with the Entire Demonata Series blend perfectly together, creating a perfect, seemingly endless story. Recommended for any reader, 5star.