Practical Demonkeeping

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Its Pine Cove book one with the oddest characters that you will ever find in literature, Travis and Catch are totally not related to one another but their fate has joined their path. The company is not liked at all as they want to get rid of one another especially Travis who thinks that with the green monster with him he cannot just go anywhere.

Catch is not only a scary demon but he also has a bad habit i.e he eats everyone up without any reason. Eating has been Catch’s favorite sports for hundreds of years, Travis too has a history of hundred years attached to his life but he is a sophisticated scholar.

The creator of Shakespeare for Squirrels and Lamb, Christopher Moore started everything from this book and then he reached to the point of glory. As an author Moore has put everything in it or should we say the whole of the scary world is there when the two unlikely friends reach Pine Cove. Before reaching Pine Cove Travis wanted to get rid of the companionship badly but at this point keeping the friendship goings seems to be the better idea for the two because they might not get out of it otherwise.

It is a wonderful story narrated by Oliver Wyman about trust, friendship and then the basic on is of course need. Need force the two to be together and the lusty and ever hungry Catch has finally something to do in life and of course he has something to eat as well at Pine Cove. Must read if you are a beginner, this book is engaging and the story is not that complex thus easily understandable.

 

 

 



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