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Review of ‘Skycastle, the Demon, and Me’ by Andy Mulberry

downloadWhat a fabulous book! Firstly, I enjoyed it myself and was pleased to have the opportunity to share it with my daughter. It is written with such a dry humour that it appeals to adults and children alike. I loved the writing style and clever dialogue that kept me as hooked as my daughter.

Then there are the characters, how refreshing to break from the norm and have a demon as a main character! Now, I was a little worried, that a story of Hell and demons would be somewhat scary for a seven year old just before bedtime; I needn’t have worried. The demon in question was just like my daughter in one of her grouchiest moods, but even demons have a softer side hidden behind the scowls.

This first book sets the scene, introduces you to Jack Harper and shows what happens when you accidentally order a demon from Hell. As we got a little way into the story, I downloaded the next book in the series ‘Skycastle and the Demonic Incident in Chinatown‘, as we knew we would want to follow Jack and Brink the scowling demon’s adventures, as they escape the clutches of Hell’s Collector, in a magical flying Skycastle.


bpCkJB-qYou can buy ‘Skycastle, the Demon, and Me‘ from Amazon.

Find out more about Andy Mulberry and her books on her website or follow Andy on Twitter.

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2 thoughts on “Review of ‘Skycastle, the Demon, and Me’ by Andy Mulberry

  1. AvatarMichelle Eastman

    I miss seeing Andy online. I bought this book back when I first connected with her via WordPress. She’s a talented writer, and this is a great book. I hope all is well with both of you ladies.

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