By Claire Chilton
He's simply failed at being evil...
Kieron Lascher proposal his existence as a minor demon lord in Hell couldn't get any worse, but if he fails his checks and is shipped into one other realm as punishment by means of his mom and dad, he realizes that there are worse locations than Hell.
With lethal beasts and evil devil Claws roaming the frosty land, Kieron has to struggle to outlive. With assistance from a banished succubus, he learns that he must locate the lacking codex to achieve a few power.
If he manages to take out devil Claws and study natural evil, he could possibly open a portal and return domestic. yet first, he has to grasp being really evil to a few adorable little elves. That won't be tricky for a demon lord, correct?
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Nothing with any life in it would have been as still as the cook or any of the others inside that cabin. As he worked his way to the front of the cabin, he felt like a passenger inside his own body. His thoughts weren’t exactly incomprehensible, but they came quickly enough to overwhelm him. He took a few breaths, accidentally ﬁlled his lungs with the stench of death and ran outside. The contents of his stomach hit the snow, where they were 42 Marcus Pelegrimas almost immediately buried. Cole pulled in some of the crisp morning air and felt a little better.
Come on. ” “Don’t bother. ” But before Cole was even ﬁnished saying that, Brad had already taken hold of the tarp’s frame and pulled himself onto the steel arch. Cole’s duffel bag was quickly brought up and strapped onto the truck using a length of rope provided by Sam. He then barely managed to wedge himself in between Brad and the cold, rusty tailgate before the truck lurched forward. Once the exhaust thinned out a bit, Cole was treated to a view that constantly shifted between brilliantly clear skies to rolling plains of snow.
In fact, he wasn’t reacting at all. He wasn’t even moving. ” He had to be certain that Gerald was dead before he would leave him there to freeze. As soon as he reached out to feel for Gerald’s pulse, he was introduced to something even worse than the stillness he’d been expecting. Beneath the collar of Gerald’s coat, dark gray marks stained his neck as if dozens of threadlike tendrils were creeping beneath his ﬂesh. The lines also snaked along Gerald’s arm from beneath his sleeves. For a second Cole swore he saw those lines shake like shadows being cast by a ﬂickering light.
A Hint of Hell (The Demon Diaries: Origins, Book 2) by Claire Chilton