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  • Dora the Demon Explorer...

    Many of us have parents that have little quirks that sometimes can drive us a little nuts. Unfortunately for Dora, her parent’s quirk was that they tried to burn her on a pyre for being a witch. Summon a few little things from Hell and suddenly everyone is screaming, “Burn the witch!” Luckily for Dora, one of those things was a demon who was rather fond of her and (in her time of need), whisked her away to Hell for safety. Things are not always what they seem in Hell (which Dora the Demon Explorer found out). This genre is not usually something I willingly read. The series to which this book belongs to was suggested to me by one of my good friends. In case you are wondering which series, it is The Demon Diaries. I am glad I listened. Demonic Dora is the first book. It is filled with humor and a version of hell that you wouldn’t quite expect. It has some classic themes like ne’er do well children, overbearing parents, odd love interest pairings, depressed sidekicks and copious amounts of poop. Of course, since it deals with demons and Hell, there is the religious stuff. There is a bit about internet sinners that really makes you think. Thankfully, it’s not the heavy religious stuff that people go nuts over. It’s all light and airy fun. I am looking forward to reading more on their adventures. Chilton really knows how to write this type of literature. The humor is not forced. You can actually feel everytime Dora the Demon Explorer rolls her eyes. Some authors (looking at you Stephen King) will get so bogged down in minute details that it actually takes away from the reading experience. Chilton still let’s your imagination do it’s thing. After I finish The Demon Diaries, I may have to actually branch out and read her other works!

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