Lord Loss (The Demonata, Book 1)

Lord Loss (The Demonata, Book 1)

by Darren Shan (Author)


A whole new nightmare from the author of the internationally successful SAGA OF DARREN SHAN

The door feels red hot, as though a fire is burning behind it. I press an ear to the wood - but there's no crackle. No smoke. Just deep, heavy breathing... and a curious dripping sound. My hand's on the door knob. Inside the room, somebody giggles - low, throaty, sadistic. There's a ripping sound, followed by snaps and crunches.
My hand turns. The door opens. Hell is revealed.

When Grubbs Grady first encounters Lord Loss and his evil minions, he learns three things:
* the world is vicious,
* magic is possible,
* demons are real.
He thinks that he will never again witness such a terrible night of death and darkness.

...He is wrong.


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More Information

Format: Paperback
Pages: 272
Publisher: HarperCollinsChildren’sBooks
Published: 06 Jun 2005

ISBN 10: 0007209835
ISBN 13: 9780007209835
Children’s book age: 12+ Years

Media Reviews

Praise for Darren Shan

Lord of the Shadows
'Stephen King for kids ... Darren Shan has brought his own brand of vampire mythology into the heads and hearts of thousands of children with his vivid and compelling series The Saga of Darren Shan, about one boy's journey from ordinary lad to vampire prince. Once they're hooked, kids tend to rip into the flesh of these books, quickly draining them of their life blood. The covers, with images of ghouls, creeping hands and dripping fangs are terrifying alone. ' Metro Life, Evening Standard

Cirque Du Freak
...fast-paced and compelling book which leaves the reader hungry for more.
JK Rowling

I read Cirque Du Freak last week. I loved it. I love the way you manage to juggle the funny with the unpleasant, the affection with the hurt. It's
great story-telling.
Roddy Doyle

The Vampire's Assistant
The Vampire's Assistant blazes a thrilling, gruesome trail through a fascinating plot.
The Good Book Guide

Vampire Mountain
Get your teeth into it!
Funday Times

Author Bio

Born in London in 1972, Darren O'Shaughnessy [writing as Darren Shan] moved to Limerick with his parents and younger brother. Returned to London to study Sociology and English then worked for a TV cable company. His first adult novel Ayuamarca has been published by Orion and his writing has been likened to Clive Barker and Iain Banks. He is now a full-time writer of TV scripts and novels. Cirque du Freak is his first title for children.