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The Demonata is a series by best selling author Darren Shan. It deals with the world of demons (as opposed to his other series, The Saga of Darren Shan which deals with vampires). The series is told by three different protagonists: Grubbs Grady, Kernel Fleck, and Bec, the latter of which is the first female protagonist in a Darren Shan book. It is 10 books long, and all ten have been released
- "Lord Loss" - June 6, 2005
- "Demon Thief" - October 5, 2005
- "Slawter" - June 1, 2006
- "Bec" - October 2, 2006
- "Blood Beast" - June 4, 2007
- "Demon Apocalypse" - October 1, 2007
- "Death's Shadow" - May, 2008
- "Wolf Island" - October, 2008
- "Dark Calling" - May, 2009
- "Hell's Heroes" - October, 2009
- Bec (Between 350 AD and 400 AD. About 1600 years before Demon Thief)
- Demon Thief (Mid 1970s, about 30 years before Lord Loss)
- Lord Loss (Early 21st century)
- Slawter (Four months after the end of Lord Loss)
- Blood Beast (About a year after Slawter)
- Demon Apocalypse (Directly following Blood Beast)
- Death's Shadow (6 months after Demon Apocalypse)
- Wolf Island (Same time as Death's Shadow)
- Dark Calling (Same time as Wolf Island)
- Hell's Heroes (6 Months after Dark Calling)
Lord Loss was originally a poem written by Darren Shan, found at the beginning of Lord Loss. The story of Lord Loss and the Demonata came to Darren while he was working on The Saga. He wrote the book and left it alone until the Saga was finished. At first he had no idea it would be a series but then he wrote Bec and Blood Beast and Demon Apocalypse. He felt that he needed another book to describe how Grubbs's magical power developed. So the germs for Slawter were born. That time there was no Demon Thief. So he wrote another book to explain how it would be such a big deal when Kernel lost his eyes.
On Darren Shan's blog he stated one of his favorite lines from Book 10 is " I gouge". He said we'll know why when we've read it.