The Demon Redcoat

The Demon Redcoat The War of Independence appears to have no end in sight Discouraged by the bloodshed and suffering their magic can do nothing to prevent Proctor and his wife Deborah dream of starting a family But

  • Title: The Demon Redcoat
  • Author: C.C. Finlay
  • ISBN: 9780345503923
  • Page: 263
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • The War of Independence appears to have no end in sight Discouraged by the bloodshed and suffering their magic can do nothing to prevent, Proctor and his wife, Deborah, dream of starting a family But when Deborah gives birth, a powerful demon called Balfri, summoned by the secret society of European witches known as the Covenant, tries to possess the child Though the atThe War of Independence appears to have no end in sight Discouraged by the bloodshed and suffering their magic can do nothing to prevent, Proctor and his wife, Deborah, dream of starting a family But when Deborah gives birth, a powerful demon called Balfri, summoned by the secret society of European witches known as the Covenant, tries to possess the child Though the attack in unsuccessful, it makes Proctor and Deborah realize that there can be no safety for them, or for anyone, until the Covenant is destroyed.With the help of such patriots as Benjamin Franklin and John Adams, Proctor embarks on a desperate journey to take the fight to the heart of the Covenant s power Europe There he will uncover a dark, necromantic design of chillingly vast proportions Meanwhile, back in America, Deborah will face Balfri again only this time the demon will have the whole British army to command.From the Paperback edition.

    The Demon Redcoat Traitor to the Crown, Book C C Oct , But when Deborah gives birth, a powerful demon called Balfri, summoned by the secret society of European witches known as the Covenant, tries to possess the child Though the attack in unsuccessful, it makes Proctor and Deborah realize that there can be no safety for them, or for anyone, until the Covenant is destroyed. The Demon Redcoat Traitor to the Crown, by C.C Finlay Jan , The Demon Redcoat is a fun and well researched fantasy, set in an oft neglected time period in the fantasy genre. The Demon Redcoat Traitor to the Crown Series by C C Demon Redcoat C.C Finlay Del Rey, Jun , . ISBN In the American War of Independence continues unabated Having helped General Washington by using his magical skills, Proctor Brown decides it is enough as all he sees is blood flowing on both sides of the dispute. The Demon Redcoat Historical Novel Society In this third book in the Traitor to the Crown series, Proctor Brown is still fighting the Covenant, the slippery organization that is working to defeat the bid for freedom by the American colonies Proctor and Lydia, an ex slave who also has powers, leave for the Continent, where Fiction Book Review The Demon Redcoat by C C Finlay Fiction Book Review The Demon Redcoat by C C Finlay, Author Del Rey Books . p ISBN In the engaging conclusion to the Traitor to the Crown trilogy, Finlay moves to The Demon Redcoat by C.C Finlay FictionDB But when Deborah gives birth, a powerful demon called Balfri, summoned by the secret society of European witches known as the Covenant, tries to possess the child Though the attack in The demon redcoat Book, WorldCat The demon redcoat C C Finlay The War of Independence appears to have no end in sight Discouraged by the bloodshed and suffering their magic can do nothing to prevent, Proctor and his wife, Deborah, dream of starting a family The Demon Redcoat Traitor to the Crown, book by C.C The Demon Redcoat caps off C.C Finlay s American Revolution secret history series Traitor to the Crown that started out very strongly with The Patriot Witch followed by A Spell for the Revolution With The Demon Redcoat, Finlay again sets the proper tone enmeshing the reader in what daily life was like during revolutionary times yet making it all feel natural. The Demon Headmaster TV Series Oct , The Demon Headmaster takes over television, subjecting the population to hour news coverage In order to defeat him, the CBBC presenters must play various CBBC game shows to reach % on the entertainment scale. The Demon Official Path of Exile Wiki The Demon The Demon Headhunter Two Implicit Corrupted A man who hears voices may not necessarily be crazy two implicit corrupted Headhunter Manual Supporter attribution The Demon was created by supporter Downfall_LoL Version history Version Changes Introduced to the game.

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    About “C.C. Finlay

    • C.C. Finlay

      Editor The Magazine of Fantasy Science Fiction fandsf Author The Prodigal Troll, the Traitor to the Crown Series, and Wild Things, and dozens of short stories.Awards nominated for the John W Campbell Award for Best New Writer 2003 , the Hugo Award 2003, 2009 , the Locus Award for Best Magazine 2016 , the Nebula Award 2003, 2009 , the Sidewise Award 2003 Sturgeon Award 2009.Teacher Clarion, Clarion YA Workshop, the Alpha Writers Workshop, Odyssey Online Workshop, former resident editor of the Online Writing Workshop for Science Fiction, Fantasy Horror Married to novelist Rae Carson.



    726 thoughts on “The Demon Redcoat

    • This book is the sequel to The Patriot Witch, but can easily be read on its own. The action picks up several months later, in the thick of the Revolutionary War. Proctor Brown is in search of more witches to join the group at the Farm in fighting to help the revolutionary soldiers when he encounters a strange and powerful creature named Bootzamon. Actually the spirit of a dead witch, Bootzamon tells Proctor that the Covenant is looking for young witches to use in their spells against the rebels. [...]


    • This was my favorite of the series. It was interesting and had much less padding than the others. The historical events in this one were really good. As American's it deals a lot with the events that we don't hear about. It started out a little slow but the last part was much quicker paced. I even might have like a little more in the end. Warning: if you're new the Fantasy and 'magic' this one deals a lot with what is called 'blood magic' which may not sit well with some readers. I would have li [...]


    • The third and final book of the Traitor to the Crown series brings the tale through to its conclusion. Proctor heads to Europe to seek out and deal with the covenant after the birth of his and Deborah's child, after warnings from the ghost of the covenant's continues schemings against them. He travels with John Adam's retinue on their way to France, and runs into some of the more mystically inclined figures of the period, some of whom are involved with the covenant and others in opposition.Much [...]


    • 7/8/12 ** A solid end to the series. Magic became more ambiguous - which was good. It became clearer that the Covenant wasn't really fighting FOR the Brits, only supporting them as a means to their own goals. Also, Proctor began to cross the line into less-clear-cut "good" magic, causing us to wonder if the end justifies the means, or if magic involving blood isn't necessarily evil if the blood was offered, rather than taken by force.I appreciated two oblique references to Marion, the Swamp Fox. [...]


    • The Traitor to the Crown trilogy closes out neatly with this volume. The historical aspect is cleverly done, especially the interaction of fictional and real-world characters. (I especially liked a cameo from William Blake.) The main character, Proctor Brown, is not a very likeable character through most of the book, but develops well and changes and has grown by the end. Some of the phrases and dialog struck me as a bit too modern-day and is occasionally jarring to the narrative flow, but overa [...]


    • This book gets 5 stars for incredible historical detail & 3 stars for plot. While I enjoyed it, the last installment to this series was lacking compared to the 2nd book, which I consider the best. There were some wonderful scenes, though (the magical storm at sea was one of my favorites) and I was satisfied and happy about the ending.


    • My least favorite in the trilogy - not sure why Proctor went on the trip he went on…. the storyline with Lydia had no pay-off…. Deborah and Proctor not together made for a less fun read… we never even get to know maggie and the whole conclusion was dissapointing. In the end I loved the trilogy as a whole, but this book is the least of the three, it is to bad it is the conclusion.


    • Not as good as the previous two books in the series, but still enjoyable. The ending could have been stronger as it seemed that the final battle was just a quick way to close out the book. Rating is probably closer to 3.5. It is a shame that the 3rd and final book of this series was the one that I enjoyed the least. Still, the series is well worth one's time.


    • Polished off this series. I spent a lot of time thinking "I wish this had been written by Tim Powers". The main character is a wiccan Forest Gump, as the plot drags him from historical set piece to historical set piece.



    • Just OK. Not great. Not bad. Just something to pass time with. Probably the best of the threebut you have to read all three to have this one make any sense.



    • I wasn't very impressed with this book, I found it to be trite, skipping many details of the plot in order to fill in historical facts



    • I wasn't thrilled with this conclusion of the trilogy.I did like the world but I was not impressed by the plotting.


    • I couldn't put this down. The magic is woven so well into this story of the Revolution, England and France in 1779 and the sights and smells are well done.



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