Kip Penfold’s apprenticeship as the first non-human sorcerer begins with exploring the ruins left by the vicious attack on Prince George’s College of Sorcery some months before. This gruesome task results in a clue that takes him to London, but the closer he gets to the identity of the attacker, the closer the mysterious attacker gets to him.
As people around him begin suffering and dying, Kip realizes that he’s running out of time to solve this mystery. His fire sorcery might be the equal of his enemy, but it also leads the hot-headed fox to rash decisions that could destroy his life before anyone else gets a chance to.
Novel by Tim Susman, Cover and interior art by Laura Garabedian
Author: Tim Susman
Style: Literary Work
Parental Rating: PG
Publication Date: July 2018
Ferret Jesus –
This book was an amazing follow to the first book. It resolved many of the questions asked before and allowed the characters to grow into even more lovable ones. It had me on the edge of my seat the whole time and I am now looking forward to another book, should it eventually arrive.
David Boccabella –
I am very glad that Tim has continued this series. In the first you find a young fox with some magical ability wanting to get in to a human only field.. unless he want to be just a servitor. Now he has grown in to his abilities he needs to solve a mystery as to what caused the attack on his school, and whether it’s danger is still afoot. However what he uncovers is far far greater than he imagines and may bring the very country to war.
Cass (verified owner) –
An incredible follow up to the first Calatians book, the Demon and the Fox becomes more exciting, and I was struggling to not finish it too quickly. Kip’s adventure continues where it left off, as he pursues the mysteries of magic. While more light is shed on the world he lives in, new characters are introduced, and the fox’s experiences take him to new places. I look forward to reading the next book. :3