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Guardian Demon (eBook)

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Guardian Demon
Guardian Demon eBook Cover, written by Darran F Summerfield
Guardian Demon eBook Cover,
written by Darran F Summerfield
Author(s) Darran F Summerfield
Series A Darker Path
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publication date November 26, 2015
Media type eBook
Length 323 Pages

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Guardian Demon is an eBook written by Darran F Summerfield. It is the first work in the A Darker Path series by this author. In this work one of the characters is a Succubus.


  • Title: Guardian Demon
  • Author: Darran F Summerfield
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 323 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • Publishing Date: November 26, 2015

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Plot Summary

Jack Canner’s life fell apart. He lost his job, his circle of friends disintegrated and his marriage began to crumble. Desperate to do something positive he begins renovating an old terraced house in a rundown corner of Leeds. However, something happens in the house that is so terrifying it causes him to lose his memory, leaving him fearing for his own sanity.

He has no idea of what happened, no memory of how he maimed his hand, all he’s certain of is that he’s done something wrong; something so wrong he might not want to remember. Nevertheless, fearing insanity and hoping to salvage his marriage, he seeks the assistance of a therapist who claims to be able to recover his lost memories. Gradually, he rediscovers his recent past, reliving the terrifying details of his battle with demonic forces beyond his understanding.

Guardian Demon is a story about an ordinary man pushed to breaking point by extraordinary circumstances. Discover, as he does, the supernatural events that pushed him to the edge of oblivion, and the final and most chilling revelation...

Book Review

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