Otherworld Tales: Irish the Demon Slayer (Irish #1)

Otherworld Tales Irish the Demon Slayer Irish In this action adventure fantasy year old Pete Irish Kehoe thinks he s an ordinary kid until trees start talking to him and an old woman tells him he s chosen to defend the mystical Otherworld aga

  • Title: Otherworld Tales: Irish the Demon Slayer (Irish #1)
  • Author: Charles Markee
  • ISBN: 9780982898710
  • Page: 311
  • Format: ebook
  • In this action adventure fantasy, 12 year old Pete Irish Kehoe thinks he s an ordinary kid until trees start talking to him and an old woman tells him he s chosen to defend the mystical Otherworld against the King of Demons No way He says, until a demon kidnaps his kid sister, Kathy Then Irish and his two friends, Streak and Huff, time hop to this besieged world ofIn this action adventure fantasy, 12 year old Pete Irish Kehoe thinks he s an ordinary kid until trees start talking to him and an old woman tells him he s chosen to defend the mystical Otherworld against the King of Demons No way He says, until a demon kidnaps his kid sister, Kathy Then Irish and his two friends, Streak and Huff, time hop to this besieged world of Celtic mythology to rescue her.But are they ready to deal with a shape shifter, a death fog, demon warriors, killer earthquakes and vicious flesh eating wulgoars to save her Can Irish s ancestor, the ancient Celtic warrior hero Cuchulain, or their friends, the talking trees, help them

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    1. Article first published as Book Review:Otherworld Tales: Irish the Demon Slayer by C.T. Markee on Blogcritics. In a Charming fantasy-adventure, we meet a group of youngsters that find out life is not always what it appears to be. In Otherworld Tales: Irish the Demon slayer by C.T. Markee, we meet Pete Kehoe and his friends, Streak and Huff. Also known by his nickname, Pete goes by the moniker Irish. One summer while his grandparents visited from Ireland, he mimicked their brogue and immediately [...]

    2. "It will come to pass that conflicts will engage humankind of the Green World.The evil released will gain access to the Otherworld, the mystical home ofthe sidhe. This evil intends to possess the souls of the Sidhe Folk, thus destroyingthe source of creativity and imagination for human kind. It also seeks to conquer the Green World, to possess the spirits of all men, women and children. Only onething stands in its way, a boy with an ancient name who carries the warrior bloodof his Irish ancestor [...]

    3. What I really liked about this book was the vast amounts of Irish mythology. I don’t know much about it, and have not read much that uses this type of myth so it’s something different for me to read. It’s different, but it’s also so action packed it was like watching one of those adventure movies that are meant for the younger crowd (like Neverending Story, for example). The writing style was good and easy to understand, the setting was very well done and easily pictured, but I really li [...]

    4. Otherworld Tales is a middle grade story that I think both boys and girls would love to read. Its a interesting tale of good vs evil that throws a young boy and his two friends into the otherworld to fight demons.Irish is just a ordinary boy who loves playing with his two friends and never would he have expected to have a old woman tell him that he was destined to do great things. It's not until his sister is kidnapped by the evil demons that he sets out on a quest to find his sister and restore [...]

    5. A fast-moving, richly-imagined adventure about three boys using their wits to save the Otherworld from the evil Abaddon, an Underworld villain with the power to crack giant fissures in the earth and control the minds of innocent Sidhe (fairy people). The monster villains are wonderfully described. Zagan, a shape shifter, has the body of a bear, the head of a wolf, the arms of a gorilla and is covered with porcupine quills. Wulgoars are wild boars with wolf heads and long fangs, and Salflogs are [...]

    6. Preteen Irish and his friends Streak and Huff are minding their own business when suddenly they find themselves in the middle of an ancient Celtic prophecy in which they must join forces with Cuchulain in the Otherworld to defeat the evil forces of the Underworld, and rescue Irish’s little sister on the way. The story moves quickly, with never a dull moment even between action scenes. I particularly enjoyed the connection with the trees, Cuchulain’s casual attitude toward facing deadly enemi [...]

    7. Irish the Demon Slayer is a rousing good read. It's an action packed look at the ancient Irish Celtic underworld in the classic good vs. evil tale. It takes 13 year old Irish and his friends Huff and Streak,(yes, real boys,) to rescue Kathy, Irish's little sister. She's been kidnapped into the underworld. Battles with bulls, wolgoars, and salflogs are just a few of the monstosities the boys must battle. Each of the three boys has his own special source of power of overcoming the evils of the und [...]

    8. I first learned of this book from talking with the author about it. From his description I decided I had to get hold of it and give it a read. The book does not disappoint. It was a fun read with fast-paced adventure at every turn. The book is full of Irish myths and legends that are either there to help or hinder Irish and his friends in defending the Otherworld from Abaddon. The only issue I found with this book is the violence that's present in it, so I'd recommend that parents read the book [...]

    9. Irish the Demon Slayer was a fun book that's hard to put down. I became attached to Irish and his gang, wanting to know what troubles they would encounter in the next chapter. The imagery of the Otherworld was detailed and fascinating. I also enjoyed the underlying message of the story - that courage and strength lie within.

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