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Harriet Klausner....Review Center March 21, 2006

"...Ten Thousand Demons is a fascinating paranormal thriller starring a delightful teen whose only enjoyment in life is the slow stop motion photography (see the movie Jason and the Argonauts as a terrific sample) until he meets Julie. The support cast augments the insight into the young hero and propels the fast-paced action forward. In some ways Stephen is the most enthralling character as his psychic gift is also a curse. Horror fans will appreciate this work and want Joseph Laudati to provide a prequel of what drove Stephen to Chapinaw."

Marissa NOVELSPOT.NET April 2006

"....Is there anything more intriguing than a small town with a dirty secret and a dark past? We are obsessed with towns that have something to hide: Amityville, Waco, Charles Manson's ranch in Death Valley. We eat this stuff up with a spoon, all the while saying how tragic it was that something like that happened. We can't help it; it's basic human curiosity. Joseph Laudati plays on this fascination with his novel Ten Thousand Demons....

...Mr. Laudati, a monster-maker in his own right, has crafted an excellent story. I had a hard time getting into it at first; I'm used to books that are non-stop action from the get-go. Mr. Laudati has taken a psychological approach that slowly spins inside your head until it sinks its claws deep inside of you and doesn't let go until the last page is read. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and look forward to reading more of Laudati's work.

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