Demon Envy review by CWe
Demon Envy
by Erin Lynn
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Fantasy

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Age at time of review - 10
Reviewer's Location - Pottstown, PA, United States
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Kenzie is a regular sixteen year old girl who doesn't really fit into her world. She isn't perfest like her little sister and the guy she likes won't give her a second look, or even a first look at that. One day when Kenzie drops face cream in her tub, a demon portal is opened and she unleashed a demon named Levi. Levi is supposed to make her envious of everyone else's life, so he decides to make her life tourture. First, he becomes the most popular guy in her school after about 3 weeks of being there. Second, he takes the most popular girl in school to the Homecoming dance. Third, he makes the guy that she likes ask her to the Homecoming, so Kenzie doesn't think he likes her. The most important f all is that she has to close the demon portal before even more demons are unleashed into the world.

Opinion: 

This book is one of the best I have read in a while, but it does have its downpoints. I do not believe the book is for the age group that it was preposed for: the writing is a bit to big for young adults and the novel is a VERY short read. I do think the story line is really intersting and I can't wait for the author to come out with the next book in the series. The best part of the entire book, in my opinion, is when she first meets Levi. At first, she thinks he's a dream and she has sort of a mini panic attack. At the same to of her 'issue', Levi is trying to calm her down and show that he isn't a dream, and it turns into quite a bit of a fight. My favorite character would have to be Kenzie because she is so sarcastic and really funny, but her only downfall is that she doesn't have a very good self-image. I love the way the author developed the characters and made them seem like real life people.

Rating:
4
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The book talks about hell and demons.
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