The Devil’s Dreamcatcher
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July 30, 2015 | $7.99

The Devil’s Dreamcatcher

by Donna Hosie
Paperback | Pages: 272
Size: 5-1/2 X 8-1/4 | USD: $7.99
ISBN: 9780823436934
Publication Date: July 30, 2016
Age: 14 and up | Guided Reading Level: Z+
Themes: Friendship, Humor, Mystery & Suspense, Supernatural
Recommendations: K,SLJ

About the Book

In this emotional and action-packed sequel to the critically acclaimed THE DEVIL’S INTERN, Team DEVIL reunites and takes readers on another journey to the land of the living—this time, to stop a madman from unleashing the terror of The Devil’s most prized possession, his dreamcatcher.

Medusa Pallister is about to interview for the most important job of her existence: an internship in Hell’s accounting office. If she gets it, she’ll report to Septimus, the coolest boss in the underworld. But the job will also mean working with Septimus’s other intern, Mitchell Johnson.

Medusa has a history with Mitchell. The only trouble is, she can’t remember what that history is. All she knows is that she saw him and two other devils outside her house while she was still alive. When Medusa is united with Team DEVIL, she thinks she’ll finally get some answers. But the teens soon have bigger problems to face when an Unspeakable escapes from Hell with The Devil’s dreamcatcher. In the wrong hands, this repository for all The Devil’s most horrific thoughts could be wielded as the worst weapon the realms of the living and dead have ever seen. To prevent this disaster, Medusa must find the courage to come to terms with her dual pasts, lead Team DEVIL and a counterpart team of unruly angels from Up There into horrifying danger, and face down The Devil himself in a surprising twist that no one, not even The Devil, could have foreseen.

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“Hosie spools out her marvelous dark humor. . . . More splendidly hellish fun.”
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