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Cry for the Demon

Narrated by: Libby Marshall
Length: 12 hrs and 3 mins
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Ancient passions....

After the sudden death of her husband, Ann Southold and her two teenagers travel to the island of Maui to shed their old life. There Ann meets a man who sparks a desire she had never experienced: dark, mysterious Kam Smith, a diving instructor who knows the sea. And who awakens a hunger inside Ann that terrifies her. 

Ancient legends....

But their vacation in paradise quickly turns into a nightmare: Ann receives dire warnings from strangers and learns of horrifying shark attacks off the local beach. Her daughter is plagued by nightmares of the ocean. Now, Ann must consider the unthinkable; that the man she desires is something more than human...something born of the occult magic of ancient Hawaiian legend.

©1980 Julia Grice (P)2019 Capricorn Literary

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Sitting on the edge

This book had me sitting on the edge of my seat. It was very creepy with the animal and human relationship but other than that it kept me engaged. Great back story! Narrator's voice is perfect for the story.

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Cry for the Demon

This is one of the most unique books I have listened to in a long time. I will admit that it felt like a slow start in the beginning but once all the strange things begin to happen and make more sense the story pulled you in and doesn’t let go. The ending is very unexpected after all the work that has you thinking one way but get thrown the other. Narration in this book was done really well also. This was the perfect match between author and narrator. I believe many others will enjoy this book as well... just push through the slower beginning and you will not regret it.