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Demon Witch (Novel)

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Demon Witch
Demon Witch Book Cover, written by Geoffrey Huntington
Demon Witch Book Cover,
written by Geoffrey Huntington
Author(s) Geoffrey Huntington
Series Ravenscliff
Publisher HarperTeen (Paperback)
Diversion Books (eBook)
Publication date June 29, 2004
Media type Paperback
Length 400 Pages
ISBN 978-0060595517 (Paperback)

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Demon Witch is a novel written by Geoffrey Huntington. It is the second work in the Ravenscliff series by this author. In this work the character Morgana appears to have some aspects of a Succubus in her and is referred to as being a Succubus as well.


  • Title: Demon Witch
  • Author: Geoffrey Huntington
  • Published By: HarperTeen (Paperback) & Diversion Books (eBook)
  • Length: 400 Pages
  • Format: Paperback & eBook
  • ASIN: B00DG5IOGI (eBook)
  • ISBN-10: 0060595515 (Paperback)
  • ISBN-13: 978-0060595517 (Paperback)
  • Publishing Date: June 29, 2004

Plot Summary

Devon March matches wits and wizardry against a five-hundred-year-old evil in Demon Witch, the spine-tingling sequel to Sorcerers of the Nightwing.

Long before the days of Madman Jackson Muir, a witch named Isobel the Apostate waged war upon her fellow sorcerers, the noble order of the Nightwing. Burned at the stake for her crimes, Isobel vowed to return and conquer the world. Now that she is back, the only person who can prevent hell on earth is fourteen-year-old Devon March. In a battle that takes him from modern-day Ravenscliff to Tudor England and back, Devon must unleash the Nightwing power within himself and call upon friendships in the strangest places to stand against an evil that has waited five centuries for revenge. For at Ravenscliff, friends come in all shapes and sizes -- and enemies are everywhere.

Book Review

At the time of this article's entry in the SuccuWiki, no review was available. Tera has this work on her reading list and will review it shortly.

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