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As your local aro ace, it was my duty to read Demonosity and enjoy the story of a teenage girl who gets suckered into chopping up demonic knights thanks to a temporary tattoo. I think?
The dilemma she faces is a genuinely difficult one and readers will easily forget that there are more than just the two options Cassidy considers. Something else that deserves a spotlight is the strength of the friendship between Cassidy and Nash. The poor guy gets tossed around by a few demons.
Objectively, very little happens in the novel. Cassidy acquires the grimoire that brings Thomas to her, fights demons to protect the Black Rose aka popular girl Celeste Gibson , and interacts with the boys in her life in between demon fights. The ending is a bit of a disappointment. Cassidy gets everything she wants and there are no consequences for what she had to do. Mostly sweet, a hint of bitter.
That would have been the right ending. If you find yourself wistful for the days when Twilight led the YA market and a gaggle of paranormal novels were on the shelves of your local bookstore, Demonosity will be right up your alley.
Fun book. Stereotype-defying asexual character. Now if only its only diversity of character representation were better than a single asexual character….
I often receive books for review, but this does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Some of my reviews also have links to Amazon. But Nash being ace comes up multiple times in his casual conversations with Cassidy. Not everyone gets it, but even that causes friendly schadenfreude more than genuine distress.tlichasofwrecthera.tk
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I also like that he is not passive at all for a sidekick. It comes up a bit as a plot point, but not so critically that you feel the author had to do it. He helps every step of the way and basically treats the whole thing as an opportunity to learn new things he finds interesting, including magic. I really thought there was going to be something relevant going on with Celeste, the Black Rose girl, but no.
This made the actual ending seem random and unsupported.
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The entire thing was set up as a choice between A and B, with maybe the possibility that C could exist, and then what happens is actually K. Aside from that, this was quite an enjoyable, if standard YA romance with fantasy elements. There is a bit of a love triangle, but it never gets too sappy or overblown.