The demons on Earth are influencing humanity’s path far too much, and devils are finding doorways to the realm that did not exist before. Only a demon created in Heaven and forged in the fires of Hell can make a difference when Heaven and Earth begin to bleed into each other. Only a demon with the power of an angel and the heart of a devil can find a way to drive the devils back to Hell and keep all those demons in check.
But why would he want to?
God’s back turned on Roche a long time ago. The one most dear to him is by definition his greatest enemy. Roche has no place in Heaven, no friends in Hell, and no fun on Earth. The more his soul descends into darkness, the more he is convinced that reality itself is fundamentally flawed. He must find a way to understand his own existence and reconcile it in a way he can accept.
Otherwise, he will have to end all the worlds.
The Demon Be Damned is a prequel to the story told in the Walking Between Worlds trilogy. The only witness there from the start is the original demon Roche. His tale goes back, way back…and we have to trace it to the very beginning to see just how vital his role has been in the continued existence of humanity.
Recommended reading order
Walking Between Worlds:
Demons & Angels
Rise of the Walker King
Fall of the Walker King
Before Walking Between Worlds:
The Demon Be Damned
The Heart of the Dragon (release date TBA)
About the author
Jay Norry, aka J.K. Norry, is the multi-genre author of several books, many blog posts, and a few short stories.
He wrote his first book in his early twenties. After sitting on the manuscript for almost ten years, Stumbling Backasswards Into the Light was finally published via a small press in January 2012. Jay wrote his next book shortly after, and published Demons & Angels through his own company (Sudden Insight Publishing) in December 2014.
Since then he's written a lot of books.
Jay lives in the hottest part of Northern California with his wife Dawn and their furry little princess Ximena. While he spends most of his hours on the side porch writing books, he also enjoys ticking items off his unending to-do list, drinking good scotch, and dreaming up future home projects.