Demon Chick

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  • Demon Chick
  • Marilyn Kaye
  • English
  • 05 June 2017
  • 0805088806

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Demon Chick Demon Chick PDF/EPUB ¶ Demon Chick PDF/EPUB ² demon epub, chick pdf, Demon Chick free, Demon Chick Demon Chick KindleJessica may not have the warmest relationship with her mother, aspiring presidential candidate Margaret Hunsucker, but it still comes as a shock when she discovers that her mother has sold her to the devil Will she Demon Chick PDF/EPUB ² have to spend eternity in hell with one of Satan s minions, a demon named Brad Brad takes pains to explain that they live in one of hell s better neighborhoo.

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10 thoughts on “Demon Chick

  1. Amber says:

    Definitely geared for the younger young adult set Involves some suspending of disbelief in the beginning and is hard to get into because of that I m not too fond of the first person narration of this one The premise itself is interesting enough to keep me reading it, for now.UPDATE AS OF FINISHING The premise has promise but it would ve taken a longer book and ain depth story It s very light and fluffy, and while that can be done well, it didn t work for me Things were just too unrea Definitely geared for the younger young adult set Involves some suspending of disbelief in the beginning and is hard to get into because of that I m not too fond of the first person narration of this one The premise itself is interesting enough to keep me reading it, for now.UPDATE AS OF FINISHING The premise has promise but it would ve taken a longer book and ain depth story It s very light and fluffy, and while that can be done well, it didn t work for me Things were just too unrealistic and I don t mean the parts in Hell, I just mean how things happened and especially how they resolved How the conflict with Jessica s mother resolved especially made it seem to me that the writer didn t know how to resolve it and just picked the simplest way possible It seemed like amateur writing to me or at least like a first draft that needs a lot of fleshing out It reminds me of the kind of YA where someone thinks that YA means dumb it down for kids Kids aren t stupid, and I think a lot of smart kids would find this a pretty slim snack, much less a meal

  2. jesse says:

    Demon Chick is an awful title for this book And also, I don t think the cover does the book justice Not that the book was that amazing, but it was way better than I thought the book would be Definitelyserious than expected, too Although the ending was a little abrupt I didn t like Jordan at all and the fact that Jessica jumped in his bed the first opportunity, made me dislike her as well Shallow Just shallow.Ah, well Whatever There are enough books left to read on this little ea Demon Chick is an awful title for this book And also, I don t think the cover does the book justice Not that the book was that amazing, but it was way better than I thought the book would be Definitelyserious than expected, too Although the ending was a little abrupt I didn t like Jordan at all and the fact that Jessica jumped in his bed the first opportunity, made me dislike her as well Shallow Just shallow.Ah, well Whatever There are enough books left to read on this little earth of ours

  3. Beth P says:

    Jessica Hunsucker has watched her mother s meteoric rise up the political ladder Now it looks like she s about to become the first female president of the United States Unfortunately, all this is possible because her mother made a deal with the devil selling him Jessica s soul Now Jessica and her demon mate Brad must come up with a plan to stop her mother from destroying the world I couldn t even finish reading this book because I felt like I was waiting for it to get going I was halfway th Jessica Hunsucker has watched her mother s meteoric rise up the political ladder Now it looks like she s about to become the first female president of the United States Unfortunately, all this is possible because her mother made a deal with the devil selling him Jessica s soul Now Jessica and her demon mate Brad must come up with a plan to stop her mother from destroying the world I couldn t even finish reading this book because I felt like I was waiting for it to get going I was halfway through and bored NOT recommended

  4. Mya1luv says:

    Sometimes I wish Goodreads should incorporate a half in their rating system With that being said, Demon Chick disappointed me I read the summary and thought that the idea of a woman selling her daughter to the devil for political power was very interesting There were so many things the author could have done to make this story wayinteresting She could have included political commentary, religious jokes, actual demons, and thetraditional hell But no It was pretty much like every Sometimes I wish Goodreads should incorporate a half in their rating system With that being said, Demon Chick disappointed me I read the summary and thought that the idea of a woman selling her daughter to the devil for political power was very interesting There were so many things the author could have done to make this story wayinteresting She could have included political commentary, religious jokes, actual demons, and thetraditional hell But no It was pretty much like every other young adult paranormal romance novel I ve read Jessica becomes nothingthan the typical weak, boy crazy, practically useless female protagonist that I ve seen in many other novels in the genre There is so much that could have been done with her, she could have actually fought, and she could have stood her ground a lotWhen she ran away in the beginning I thought that she would beassertive, but I was quickly proven wrong Every decision was made for her and she rarely protests even though her gut tells her not to Not to mention she s mostly persuaded against her instinct because of a boy And of course it wouldn t be complete without a love triangle Brad is the demon she s sold to The word demon is used very loosely in this novel Here, demons are basically humans who have gone to hell and have gotten promotions It would have beeninteresting if he was less human anddemonic If there had actually been a change in him from evil to good Not only is he good but he spoils her rotten because he s so smitten with her beauty that he couldn t believe he had gotten with someone like her Then there s Jacob, I mean Jordan Jordan, big mistake Basically he s Jesus Spoiler, but not really since it s kind of obvious from the beginning that he s our Christ figure Jessica goes as far as to call him a savior And then the allusion gets evenheavy handed when she says he s like Jesus and had a dream of him walking on water blank stare Anyway, did I mention he was good looking Because he is The man is golden and has girls practically throwing their panties at him wherever he goes The good thing about him was that he was an activist and was always up for a good cause which is how he got close to Jessica through opposing her mother s evil campaign He was pretty interesting, I wanted to seeWhat I also wanted to see was a different kind of hell Although I do applaud the author for doing something different, it got old quickly It ended up feeling like she didn t want to use any creativity but create a boring version of Earth In all, there was just so much that could have been done with this idea but wasn t Despite my gripes, it didn t bore me to tears but I did grow frustrated Jessica could have been awesome I would have liked to see what would have happened if she didn t get a makeover Seeing her gain the confidence in herself despite not having Hollywood good looks would have been fun And why did Brad forgive her so easily That was very Edward Cullen ish if you ask me It just made him too perfect And I hate that these girls get away with everything in these books Would it kill these authors to punish them even a little Jeez Everything was just too damn easy and that took away from the interest I had in the book And plus I liked Jordan, he was always fighting for a good cause yet didn t get enough screen time for me That would have made too much action I guess So, just borrow this book from the library It s very short and easy to read

  5. Rachael says:

    Jessica Hunsucker normally keeps to herself Moving around a lot, she finds it easier to not make friends, and with her mother s political position and a long deceased father, she hardly gets any family time either But her world is about to get a whole lot crazier now that her mother s on the campaign trail for the presidency Whatever warm and fuzzy feelings Jessica ever had for her mother go straight out the door when she discovers what her mother has done Margaret Hunsucker, aspiring preside Jessica Hunsucker normally keeps to herself Moving around a lot, she finds it easier to not make friends, and with her mother s political position and a long deceased father, she hardly gets any family time either But her world is about to get a whole lot crazier now that her mother s on the campaign trail for the presidency Whatever warm and fuzzy feelings Jessica ever had for her mother go straight out the door when she discovers what her mother has done Margaret Hunsucker, aspiring presidential candidate, sold her firstborn daughter to the devil for political power That s why Jessica finds herself in an atrociously decorated suburban style house the day after her sixteenth birthday She s in hell, literally, and apparently, she belongs to a demon named Brad now It s not much of a comfort to her that Brad is a pretty decent guy and that her new home is in one of hell s nicer neighborhoods And it s even scarier when Jessica finds out the reality of her mother s evil plans for not only the country, but the entire world How in hell will Jessica find a way to stop her mother in time Demon Chick has such a unique and interesting premise for a novel, and for the most part, the story is that too I m fascinated by novels involving anything to do with the afterlife, so Kaye s version of hell was a major selling point for me In this novel, hell comes close to resembling a modern nation or even a business with its hierarchy of leadership and system for attracting new residents Aside from the fact that most of hell s residents are dead, Jessica s new neighborhood would not be too out of place in the real world I absolutely love how Kaye mixes myth with fact and fantasy with science Character development was generally satisfactory, especially when it came to Jessica and Brad, but Jessica s mom was completely unrealistic Margaret Hunsucker is portrayed as a modern day, far right almost beyond fascist, female Hitler I suppose it s possible for people to turn out that way, but I would ve appreciated some background as to why Jessica s mother would be motivated to act and think as she did For me, the ending to this story was a little bizarre I m not sure I could think of an alternate to the events that did occur, but the novel would ve been much better had the ending been a little longer Overall, Demon Chick is an original and enjoyable novel that really goes to say, nothing is ever fair.Demon Chick will be enjoyed by readers who also liked Repossessed by A.M Jenkins, Devilish by Maureen Johnson, and Gorgeous by Rachel Vail.reposted from

  6. Rea K says:

    What What What WHAT DID I JUST READ OKAY LEMME CALM DOWN Ahem I don t usually rate books that I don t finish But this one For the love of pete Was terrible FIRST OFF There is nothing wrong with traditional family values, although if Hunsucker a really stupidass last name cared one tit about trad family values, she probably would have remarried Even to remarry some weakass sap who rolled over for everything that she wanted She would have cared about her daughter Something What What What WHAT DID I JUST READ OKAY LEMME CALM DOWN Ahem I don t usually rate books that I don t finish But this one For the love of pete Was terrible FIRST OFF There is nothing wrong with traditional family values, although if Hunsucker a really stupidass last name cared one tit about trad family values, she probably would have remarried Even to remarry some weakass sap who rolled over for everything that she wanted She would have cared about her daughter Something Anything This is a parody of stereotypes that people believe As for HELL From what I ve come to understand, there s weeping and gnashing of teeth, not Mcdonalds and boredom The anti hell of it made me roll my eyes Also, you can t get into heaven by just being good Trust me I spent fourteen years in a religious school I know this stuff I wanted to drag out the book gunman and have him shoot Jessica Hunsucker Actually, if this wasn t an ILL book, I would probably throw it out a window and hope it landed in a mud puddle It s slower than slow Slower than slow It s like 200 pages and it was like 150 too long She spends a whole week in hell before she even toddles to see what dangerous bad stuff dear old mummy s up to And THAT leaves us with like 75 pages to go I skimmed to the end The What s at the beginning are my reaction to the skimming The way that they got rid of Margaret Hunsucker s politics was like Are you kidding me You re going to do that That s not even good It was stupid Jordan The bloke we met once on like page three OF COURSE HE S GOING TO BE IMPORTANT DUH HOT GUYS ALWAYS ARE IMPORTANT Not that we discover his importance until 75 pages before the end Or his name Brad Did Brad even have much of part in this book I mean, besides the obvious Hi, I m your demon mate You re living in my house now and the I can get you there Poor Brad got walked all over I said I was going to finish this book, but I started skimming to see if it would get better And that was where I ran across Jessica s mind ramble that compared herself to Mary Magdalene and laughed off comparing her precious Jordan to Jesus, which was what she did in fact do And she was all Even a Mrs Che Guevara would have had to let her husband do his stuff which made me roll my eyes and say What the hell did I get myself into with this book This book was yucky

  7. Lauren says:

    Before receiving Demon Chick in the mail, I had never heard of it or it s author before, which was bit of a surprise to me because Marilyn has written a ton of books Anyway, after reading the back, I was pleasantly surprised at the fresh and new idea of having a girl whose mother had sold her to the devil for political power Sadly enough, the execution of that said idea was not done very well, though Demon Chick did have it s moments at times Jessica was the classical invisible girl who fel Before receiving Demon Chick in the mail, I had never heard of it or it s author before, which was bit of a surprise to me because Marilyn has written a ton of books Anyway, after reading the back, I was pleasantly surprised at the fresh and new idea of having a girl whose mother had sold her to the devil for political power Sadly enough, the execution of that said idea was not done very well, though Demon Chick did have it s moments at times Jessica was the classical invisible girl who felt that while she wasn t butt ugly or unfriendly, she still wasn t quite noticeable to others Leaving her to fall into the shadows at her current and previous boarding schools I did like her somewhat, though I felt that she was kind of flat and I was constantly surprised at how easily she gave away to others ideas and plans without really knowing much about either thing Though, she was funny at times which made the plot better The other characters were the same way At one point in the novel she tells a normal guy she just meet that she was sold to the devil by her mom for power and the guy s response was not You re crazy , but an Okay, and your point is type of answer Also, I was disappointed by the lack of Brad in Demon Chick, he was actually one of thefavorable characters in this, but wasn t present for most of the second half As mentioned briefly above, the plot really didn t live up to my exceptions Since, while I was expecting a charmingly funny, fast paced read, I got a novel that was only semi decent and caught between the lines of boring and kind of interesting One of the things, that I would have liked to seenof besides Brad was Hell and how everything worked because it was only briefly mentioned in a passing type of way Other than a few things, Demon Chick was still an okay read that had a few humorous moments Though, I do highly suggest that you pick this up at the library instead of buying it because it really isn t worth the hardcover price Grade C

  8. Nadia says:

    This book is about a girl, Jessica Hunsucker Jessica Hunsucker was never close with her mother and didn t see her too often especially since her mother was running for president Jessica usually always had a nanny and eventually went to boarding school When Jessica s birthday is coming up her mother is having her picked up by her assistant Later on that night Jessica gets picked up by a demon It turned out that Jessica was sold to the devil by her mother in return for Political Power At firs This book is about a girl, Jessica Hunsucker Jessica Hunsucker was never close with her mother and didn t see her too often especially since her mother was running for president Jessica usually always had a nanny and eventually went to boarding school When Jessica s birthday is coming up her mother is having her picked up by her assistant Later on that night Jessica gets picked up by a demon It turned out that Jessica was sold to the devil by her mother in return for Political Power At first Jessica doesn t believe it but then she s forced to when she finds herself in the good part of hell with her demon mate, Brad who turns out to be a sweet nice guy that doesn t deserve to be in hell either Jessica adapts to life in hell and the interesting people in it who aren t so bad Jessica also realizes she can watch people from Earth on T.V in hell Jessica learns if her mother becomes president she s going to be an evil dictator who s going to take over the world Jessica finds the need to stop her in her tracks before it s too late.I am going to do a text to world connection I can connect this to the world using political matter Many people try to get elected being fair or using dirty tricks to get sympathy Jessica s mom chose to use dirty chicks She used dirty tricks to get people to like her evenand to support her crazy ideas It was unfair for what Jessica s mom had did It was really unfair, but people do many unfair things every day to get what they want.I rate this book five stars The reason why i give this book five stars is because i found it really interesting It had a great plot and it was hard to put down the book I also loved all of the characters personalities every character had a personality that made them special I would recommend this book to someone who likes to read hard to put down books

  9. Michelle says:

    My 13 year old daughter and I found this book in the Young Adult fiction section of our library The flyleaf sounded interesting, so I let her check it out.The premise is funny a woman Margaret Hunsucker sells her unborn child Jessica to Satan in exchange for political power For some reason I had visions of Chelsea Clinton but that s another issue As the story unfolds you see how many things in the Margaret s life were all Satan working behind the scenes to ensure her rise Jessica is My 13 year old daughter and I found this book in the Young Adult fiction section of our library The flyleaf sounded interesting, so I let her check it out.The premise is funny a woman Margaret Hunsucker sells her unborn child Jessica to Satan in exchange for political power For some reason I had visions of Chelsea Clinton but that s another issue As the story unfolds you see how many things in the Margaret s life were all Satan working behind the scenes to ensure her rise Jessica is later told that no matter what you think of Satan, he keeps his promises Now Jessica is 16 and it s time for her to live in hell Jessica is retrieved from Earth by a demon named Brad Brad takes Jessica to her new home a dreary suburb where the decor is deplorable, the books and magazines are out of date, and the best food is McDonalds Brad s a nice guy, as far as demons go Actually, he sounds like he would be a great guy were he not tempting people to sin He helps Jessica see what s going on back on Earth and arranges for her to stop her mother s plans for world domination.This book was okay I really wish I had read it before my daughter, since I probably would have made her wait a few years There s some language which I m sure she hears at school, but still , and a few scenesappropriate for an older teen It moves quickly from scene to scene and the author doesn t bother with many details and many scenes feel hurried and not explained well.The religious doctrine of the book is another story i.e who will end up in hell and who won t who really deserves punishment and who deserves simple boredom I d recommend this book for girls 15 and older plus any moms who want a quick, light read

  10. Alea says:

    Demon Chick definitely had a very clever and pretty original premise A female presidential candidate sold her daughter to the devil for power Don t come by that every day And while it was rather clever and took some good jabs at society here and there it was a little bit off for me.I liked the character of Jessica but found it strange how drastically she would be willing to change her appearance at a moments notice just because someone told her it was ok, that just never made sense to me Fr Demon Chick definitely had a very clever and pretty original premise A female presidential candidate sold her daughter to the devil for power Don t come by that every day And while it was rather clever and took some good jabs at society here and there it was a little bit off for me.I liked the character of Jessica but found it strange how drastically she would be willing to change her appearance at a moments notice just because someone told her it was ok, that just never made sense to me From kind of plain nerdy girl to who you see on the cover I also liked Brad the demon in hell that Jessica is assigned to be the mate of He was really sweet to Jessica and never tried to press her on any issues and was very welcoming trying to find things she would like to do or that reminded her of home But again, a 16 year old girl being a demon s mate and lover Not really sure about that That never really comes to play in the book but it was still odd to me.When Jessica and Brad find out her mother s evil plan via television which basically lets you spy on people on earth for the world they decide Jessica should go back and try and do something about it She gets back via some loop hole very easily and joins up with some protesters near her old school, one who she had briefly encountered before she had departed for hell, and oh yeah he happens to be really cute So it s got a bit of a love triangle going on, which is never a bad thing.So as you can see I had some problems with the book but was still able to have fun with it Definitely an interesting premise with a clever look at hell that was also lacking in a few areas