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Ten years ago, a daemon saved Lu Darlington from a sadistic killer… Now Lu must navigate the bold, dark, fantasy world without being consumed by its terrible, all-consuming demands…
A twisted tale in a supernatural world: Daemon Seer (The Daemon World) by Mary Maddox

Daemon Seer (The Daemon World)
4.1 stars – 21 Reviews
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Here’s the set-up:


As a teenager, Lu Darlington attracted national attention when she and her friend Lisa escaped a sadistic killer known as the Professor of Death. She never told anyone about the daemon who saved her life that day.

Ten years later, Lisa shows up at Lu’s door, fleeing another psychopath stalker. But Lisa’s not the only one seeking Lu after all this time. One by one, the daemons descend:

Voracious Chama. Sinister Black Claw. Beautiful Talion.

Chama wants Lu, but Talion claims her. The women of Lu’s family have always belonged to Talion—and they’ve suffered deeply for it.

As the human threat draws closer, Talion demands that Lu bind herself to him in a harrowing ceremony that will destroy an innocent man and change her forever—but might save Lisa’s life.

Can she navigate the violent intrigues of the daemon world without being consumed by its terrible, all-consuming demands?


Daemon Seer is terrifyingly brilliant — dark twisted and totally taboo. Maddox’s take on possession and free will is terrifying and uncomfortably hot.” — Pavarti K. Tyler, author of White Chalk 

“Intense and not for the faint of heart, the author’s eye for gritty detail sets her bold dark fantasy confidently in our world. Killer.”    — Robert Chazz Chute, author of This Plague of Days

About The Author

I began my life in Soldier Summit, Utah, a town of a few dozen people high in the mountains. My father owned a cafe, a gas station, and a combination grocery-bar – literally half the businesses in town. Even a minnow can be a big fish if the pond is small enough. Though I have lived in the Midwest for most of my adult life, I still miss the mountains and dream that someday I’ll live there again.I graduated from Knox College and the Iowa Writers Workshop at the University of Iowa. At present I teach composition at Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, where I live with my husband, Joe, and our bird, Westie. Along with writing fiction, I spend my time reading, playing Scrabble at the local club, and riding my horse, Tucker.

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