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Pax Demonica (Demon-Hunting Soccer Mom #6) summary Pax Demonica (Demon-Hunting Soccer Mom #6) , series Pax Demonica (Demon-Hunting Soccer Mom #6) , book Pax Demonica (Demon-Hunting Soccer Mom #6) , pdf Pax Demonica (Demon-Hunting Soccer Mom #6) , Pax Demonica (Demon-Hunting Soccer Mom #6) a55f98319e From New York Times And USA Today Bestselling Author Julie Kenner Aka J Kenner Comes The Sixth Installment In The Fun Tastic Demon Hunting Soccer Mom Series That Began With Carpe Demon Adventures Of A Demon Hunting Soccer Mom When Orphan Kate Goes To Rome With Her Family, She S Hoping For A Little RR The Chance To Bond With Her Husband, Spend Quality Time With Her Kids, And Visit Her Pseudo Family At Forza Scura In Other Words, This Suburban Mom Is Doing The Tourist Thing, And Intending To Do It Up Right But While Kate May Want To Take Cheesy Pictures And Buy Overpriced Souvenirs, The Demon Population Has Other Plans And Soon Kate And Over Eager Daughter Allie Are Thrust Into The Middle Of A Demonic Feud Now Kate S Going To Have To Call On Both Her Hunting Skills And Her Mothering Skills Because If She Fails, Kate And Family Might Just Find Themselves Sightseeing In Hell


10 thoughts on “Pax Demonica (Demon-Hunting Soccer Mom #6)

  1. says:

    Well that was disappointing.You wait five years for the next installment of a series and what you are given is a one hundred ish page eBook, followed by ten or so pages of the authors book catalog, that felt like a rush job to finish an obligation than a long awaited addition to a fun series.I understand that Julie Kenner has other commitments That her other series have notoriety and publisher backing, but the Demon Hunting Soccer Mom books started out great and seem to have been forgotten They were fun summer reads that had the readers both laughing and grossed out at the same time.This book, which I am assuming is the final since so little effort was put into it, did not go anywhere or enhance the storyline in anyway Backstories about Kate s life, which had just become known, could have been expanded Since her demon hunting past has finally come out to her second husband, this could have been rounded out But no, you have Kate and family heading to Rome, to visit her childhood haunts only to be attacked by demons searching for a key that was hidden in such an obvious way that the reader knew of its location on the same page that it had been introduced All leading up to the gates of Hell opening and only the blood of one person could close them again Once again, kind of obvious and lame.Overall, this was a weak book or ending to this series.


  2. says:

    It has been years since I read the other books in this series I found this book by accident and was excited to see that there was another book in the series When I first read this series I was a mom with a toddler so I could really relate This book just did not have the same impact as the rest of the series It felt rushed and was way too short There were so many loose ends The family travel back to Italy to see where Kate grew up and learn about her demon hunting roots Along the way they have demons who are helping them but also trying to kill them They have something that others want but they have no idea what it is I was disappointed with this book but I still enjoyed the series.


  3. says:

    Well that was disappointing.You wait five years for the next installment of a series and what you are given is a one hundred ish page eBook, followed by ten or so pages of the authors book catalog, that felt like a rush job to finish an obligation than a long awaited addition to a fun series I understand that Julie Kenner has other commitments That her other series have notoriety and publisher backing, but the Demon Hunting Soccer Mom books started out great and seem to have been forgotten They were fun summer reads that had the readers both laughing and grossed out at the same time This book, which I am assuming is the final since so little effort was put into it, did not go anywhere or enhance the storyline in anyway Backstories about Kate s life, which had just become known, could have been expanded Since her demon hunting past has finally come out to her second husband, this could have been rounded out But no, you have Kate and family heading to Rome, to visit her childhood haunts only to be attacked by demons searching for a key that was hidden in such an obvious way that the reader knew of its location on the same page that it had been introduced All leading up to the gates of Hell opening and only the blood of one person could close them again Once again, kind of obvious and lame Overall, this was a weak book or ending to this series.


  4. says:

    4 stars for the story, 3 for the ending As much as I love this series, I was rather disappointed with the rushed ending and a lot of unanswered questions At about 90% the book abruptly ends and the rest is filler promoting her other books I hope she continues with this series but puts effort into the next one.


  5. says:

    I wanted this to be much better than it was I suppose it might be time to just give up on this series since it s not what s making Julie Kenner money any and she doesn t seem to be terribly interested in writing it The story takes place over the course of about 48 hours and while I enjoyed the family going to Rome, they never really got to do anything there I feel like part of sending your story to Rome should be having the reader experience the sights along with the characters, and here, every time they tried to go somewhere, they got waylaid because someone was tired, someone needed to eat, someone needed to stop and look at a map, or a demon popped up I also thought this would have benefited from better editing because I m pretty sure Kenner got the time difference between Rome and CA wrong if it s the noon in Rome, it s 4am in California, not 10pm and at one point Eric popped up while Kate was having a conversation with Stuart I m not the closest reader in the world, so catching these mistakes just made me pay attention to other things that might be wrong rather than just enjoying the story.While I ve enjoyed the previous books in the series, this one just didn t do it for me, and it makes me question whether I want to continue with it or if I should just stick with my fond memories of Kate the Demon Hunting Soccer Mom Also, at 183 pages on my ipad, the last 20 were all back matter Is it really necessary to highlight every book in not one, but two series with multi paragraph long blurbs for each book


  6. says:

    nice story but aftwr so many years this is an insult to the fans of this series, I will not buy another of her books simply by the way she treated this beloved series of hers It s sad that this is what we get for being devoted


  7. says:

    I loved this book I ve been waiting forever and ever for it The only dissapointment was that it was TOO SHORT hopefully the next two books that the author has said she has planned are much longer


  8. says:

    A LOT of editing errors in this one Enough that it took me out of the story a time or two I really love this series, and I liked this book all right, but it left me underwhelmed than the others.


  9. says:

    This review is for the audio versions of the Demon Hunting Soccer Mom series books 1 6 Originally posted on 3 28 2015 at One Book Two Though I am not a mom, let alone a soccer mom, I really enjoyed this series The balancing of the mundane with the supernatural and the attempt to keep such a massive secret makes for really good storytelling The characters are fantastic I particularly love Laura, the clued in best friend Kate s daughter, Allie and Eddie, the adopted grandpa and retired demon hunter The cast of characters in this series is really great.This is another series I could have erroneously dismissed as fluff, but it s really not Balancing our responsibilities in life during the good times and the bad is something everyone can relate to, regardless of what your demons may be This series not only pokes some fun at the life of a stay at home mom, but it also deals with divorce and remarriage, divided loyalties, death, and those slow descents into darkness Do you protect your children from badness, or prepare them for what is inevitable What happens when you share your darkest secrets with someone you love How do you survive when doing the right thing brings your world down around you These are not fluff questions at all.The only thing about this series that makes me sad is that not all of the books come in an audio format Only two of the books are available on Audible.com I haven t checked any of the other audiobook store sites, though I found the first four on CD at my local library But the first four are the only ones recorded The narrator, Laura Hicks, does such a great job with these books that I actually prefer them in audio, to be honest I ve spoken to the author twice about this, and she agrees it would be great to get the rest of the books in audio Now that she s self publishing the books, maybe she can chat with Audible Studios and see what can be done UPDATE All the audios have been rerecorded, are narrated by Carly Robins, and are available on Audible They sound AMAZING I m very eager to see what this series will look like on television it has been optioned I started watching I, Zombie on the CW recently and can see the DHSM series looking something like that I think it will be a fun series to see on the screen.


  10. says:

    4 1 2 stars I m removing 1 2 a star because Kate hasn t learned her lesson yet and there is a typo wrong character named at the height of the climax This is a really interesting series I enjoyed this installment It picks up where 5 left off and we set off to Italy with Kate and her family I was slightly disappointed that Kate thought this would be a true vacation She s going back to where she grew up and trained as a member of Forza, basically a hot bed of demon activity and she thought they wouldn t encounter any Another plot twist I found interesting and upsetting If I m upset, I can t imagine how Kate must feel A huge betrayal I do hope her feelings don t get brushed under the rug Questions need to be asked and answered with detail than we had here.Fast paced and filled with action, as I moved further into the story the I wanted to just keep reading A good sign The comfortable writing style and action pulled me along to the very end which was very interesting Quick, exciting read.However, if you have read the previous 5.5 books and were not thrilled with the characters or action, then you probably won t like this one either I loved the previous books even if I got frustrated with Kate a lot.


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