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Daniel X: Demons and Druids

Daniel X: Demons and Druids
Author James Patterson and Adam Sadler
Country English
Series Daniel X
Genre Science fiction novel
Publisher Doubleday
Publication date
July 26, 2010
Media type Print (Hardcover)
ISBN
Preceded by Daniel X: Watch the Skies
Followed by Daniel X: Game Over

Daniel X: Demons and Druids is the third installment of the Daniel X series of books. It is by James Patterson and Adam Sadler.

Plot

Daniel X's hunt to eliminate each and every intergalactic criminal on Earth is always relentless, but this time, it's getting personal. Number Three on the List of Alien Outlaws takes the form of raging, soul-possessing fire. And fire transports Daniel back to the most traumatic event of his life: the death of his parents. In the face of his "kryptonite", Daniel struggles with his extraordinary powers like never before, and more than ever is at stake: his best friends are in grave peril. The only way to save them is to travel back-through a hole in time to the demon's arrival during the Dark Ages. In the Dark Ages, he also meets a new friend.

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