Demons and Druids

Demons and Druids

Book - 2010
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Daniel X is on an impossible mission: to eliminate every intergalactic criminal on the face of the Earth. Using his incredible superpower to create objects out of thin air, he's taken on some of the most fearsome and fiendish aliens in the universe, and now he's aiming to extinguish his next target: the explosive demon of fir, Phosphorius Beta, and his army of flame-weaving henchmen.

But it's going to take a whole new level of mojo to destroy this villain. Beta's strength has been growing since he arrived on Earth over a millennium ago, and he's finally ready to turn the blue planet into his own fiery wasteland. The only way to stop him is by jumping back in time to the Dark Ages to end Beta's blistering reign before it has a chance to begin. But can Daniel X take the heat? Or will the alien hunter finally get burned?
Publisher: New York : Little, Brown, c2010.
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780316038300
9780316036986
0316036986
Branch Call Number: YA PATTERSO
Characteristics: 243 pages ; 22 cm.
Additional Contributors: Sadler, Adam

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Jamaka_88
Aug 31, 2016

Another fun Daniel X story-this time he goes back into time and meets the famous Merlin and Arthur (before he become a king). More issues with demons and the fire demon he's after is a tricky one.

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TEENREVIEWBOARD
Jul 21, 2016

Daniel X: Demons and Druids is the third book in the Daniel X series. In this instalment Daniel faces off with Number Three on his list of most dangerous aliens on Earth, a being made of fire who has been on Earth for centuries orchestrating his plans. Daniel must travel back in time to medieval England to stop his enemy and may meet a few familiar faces along the way. In my opinion, this may be the best book between this one and the previous two in the series. The authors have done a great job throughout the series raising the stakes and really making the antagonist of each book seem more powerful and challenging than the last. The writing comes with the Daniel X standards that are to be expected by now: childish dialogue, but overall solid and entertaining writing. If you enjoy the Daniel X series, this book may be the best entry in the series you have read so far. 4/5 Stars - @Fulton of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library

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dogmatix
Mar 08, 2014

great awesome book but the end was a bit of a let-down

vcortes5 Dec 22, 2012

james patterson has brought the attention of all ages. loveing it.

THEGABEr Aug 02, 2012

I liked this book but when there was this big thing coming at the end it was a big let down

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devourthemonkeys
Jun 10, 2012

A bit childish but okay

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rockangelmpl
Jan 23, 2011

it was good but not as good as daniel x and watch d skies!!:)

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irmark12
Aug 26, 2010

the big fight at the end was kinda a let down

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somethinghere123
Apr 30, 2011

It's about a guy called Daniel, and he has to save England from an alien outlaw (who is #3 on The List). The alien is actually made out of fire. Daniel travels back in time to save his friend from death by fire.

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