How can you save the world when it’s impossible to tell friend from foe?
Augustus Potts is in trouble. The runic sword that gives him his supernatural powers is also turning him into the one thing he fears and despises the most: a demon.
He’s not the only one: N’yotsu, the one-time saviour of mankind, realises that the only way he can survive is to turn back into the evil demon Andras.
When his closest friends and allies start to disappear, Augustus finds himself in a race against time to save his soul as well as the whole world.
For the Fulcrum is fast approaching, bringing a new magical Dark Age which will expose mankind to the full terrors of the Aether. More and more powerful demons are materialising on Earth, and it will not be long before humanity is overwhelmed.
In this most desperate of times, when the line between good and evil is not just blurred but torn to pieces, could mankind’s greatest enemy also be our only hope?
The Demon Inside is the second book in Peter Oxley’s Infernal Aether Series, a dark gothic fantasy set in Victorian London described as "fantasy at its best", "epic" and "no holds barred". If you like electrifying action, rich characters and demons galore, then you'll love The Demon Inside.
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Praise for The Demon Inside
“The Demon Inside is one tale you don’t want to miss! Steampunk, touch of horror, humor, fantasy creatures, action, adventure, and just plain fun reading. I loved this book! Great plot, loads of twists and wonderful characters of all sorts, and refreshing new fantasy.”
—Montzalee Witmann, Amazon.com
“Strong captivating characters, a page-turning plot: The Demon Inside is an overall great read.”
—Victoria Palmer, Amazon.com
“This was an amazing book. I enjoyed its dark and intriguing atmosphere. The characters are well developed and the story is well developed. The second in this series and it seems to have gotten better with this instalment. Recommended.”
—Alina Hart, Amazon.com
“I was caught up in it from the very first paragraph. There is lots of action and some surprising twists. I really enjoyed it. Definitely worth a read.”