Sunday, September 29, 2013

REVIEW: Demon (Dark Musicals #2) by Laura DeLuca

by Laura DeLuca

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When Justyn and Rebecca set off to attend the New York School of Performing Arts, they think their dreams are about to come true. To their dismay, they aren’t in high school anymore, and the competition is steep. Rebecca must compete against accomplished singers for a role in the production of Demon Barber, including a stunning Gothic diva with her sights set on Justyn.

It doesn't help that things keep disappearing from their apartment or that Rebecca's father refuses to accept that Justyn is an essential part of her life. Yet, all this seems minimal in comparison to the serial rapist terrorizing the campus.

Consumed by fear and obsessed with revenge, Rebecca and Justyn start living the story of Sweeney Todd—both on and off the stage.

Demon is part two of the Dark Musicals Series by Laura DeLuca. In this book Rebecca and Justyn get to continue their story. They decide to try out for the play Demon Barber Justyn given the lead male role, Sweeney Todd and Rebecca given the role of Lucy.
All over again Rebecca is up to her eyes in trouble… Being attacked and then afterwards she begins pushing away Justyn… I loved the SHOCK when you find out who the assailant is!! Loved reading this book and moving on to Hyde tonight…

I give this book 5 of 5 shields!

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