Demon Chick

Demon Chick

Book - 2009
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Sixteen-year-old Jessica discovers that her mother, a charismatic presidential candidate, sold Jessica's soul to the devil in exchange for political power.
Publisher: New York : Henry Holt, 2009.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780805088809
Branch Call Number: YA FICTION Kaye Marilyn
Characteristics: 215 p. ;,21 cm.


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vcortes5 Dec 22, 2012

wow Shocking. N amazing tho the ending dragged alittle. It's still an amazing book. gud have been better. there shuld have been different views on the ending but hey to the writter good job.

Sep 10, 2011

I absolutely loved it! It's funny, well written and different. I just couldn't put it down until I was done, and even then I was left wanting more. Imagine that on your 16th birthday this demon shows up in your room telling you that you belong to him because you're mom sold you to the devil. That's what happened to Jessica Hunsucker, the main character of this book. I definitely recommend you read this! :)

Aug 29, 2011

I liked it, not one of my favorites though.


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Sep 10, 2011

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Sep 10, 2011

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Jessica Hunsucker may not have the warmest relationship with her mother, aspiring presidential candidate Margret Hunsucker, but it still comes as something of a shock when Jessica discovers that her mother sold her to the devil. Will she have to spend eternity in hell, living in a dreary suburban ranch house with one of Satan's minions, a demon named Brad? Brad takes pains to explain that this is one of hell's better neighborhoods, and he seems like a nice enough guy, but still! And things only get worse when Jessica learns of the full extent of her mother's evil plans. Can she and Brad come up with a plan to save the world?


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Sep 10, 2011

"You have a McDonald's here?"
"You didn't expect that, huh? It's what you call ironic. I told you the food wasn't any good, right? Well, that's based on what's considered good food by gourmet types, what do they call 'em now, foodies, you know what I mean? People who are into quality and healthy stuff, people who like to cook and go to fancy restaurants. So, if that kind of person ends up here, and sees what's available to eat, he knows he's in Hell. But for the rest of us, it's okay! Pretty cool, huh?"
I wasn't a huge fan of fast food, but I could see what he meant. "So there are Big Macs in Hell."
"Oh, we've got 'em all. KFC, Taco Bell...I'm just hoping the higher-ups never figure out that some of us are happy about that."


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