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Reviewed by Lorena Sanqui for Readers' Favorite
If you are not for the Lord, then you are against Him; but Mavado is neither. For the angels and Watchers, everything is black and white, but for Mavado there are many shades of gray. Punished to roam the world as a demon, Mavado seeks refuge in the body of Jericho in exchange for protecting the boy from his father, who intended to kill him. Many years later, Jericho and Mavado find out about the existence of Watchers, angels who are possessing bodies of humans to take on the task of ridding the world of demons. When a very strong opponent surfaces, Mavado and Jericho offer their help to fight the evil that the Watchers might not defeat alone. Will Jericho finally find his purpose and will Mavado’s real intentions be revealed in Demon in the Window by Judah Swann.
With a fascinating plot, Demon in the Window pulls you into its story from the very first page. The suspense never stops and the action is three-dimensional. Judah Swann’s writing is sophisticated and descriptions are vivid. Even for a demon, the characters were likable and believable. Many passages from the Bible were explained and interpreted in a way I’ve never heard before and it was very interesting and enlightening. The slow but deliberate buildup of events leading towards the conclusion was really thrilling. If that was the ending, it was very good, but I hope this becomes a series, or at least another book because I would really like to know more about what happened to the characters after the last page. A wonderful, page-turner fantasy read, definitely five stars.