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Reviewed by Sadiyah Bhamjee for Readers' Favorite
Get ready to go on a crazy adventure with a demon and a well-meaning but clumsy hero. After accidentally breaking the Stone of Eno, Malgon the demon and Reginald the hero are magically connected. The Demon, the Hero, and the City of Seven follows their quest to find a way to break the spell so they can lead separate lives. A. E. Kincaid balances witty banter with quest scenarios, such as getting tricked by fairies, to provide the ultimate hero story. The heroic duo, Malgon and Reginald, are opposites and Kincaid plays them against each other in interesting ways. Watch as they navigate the quest while trying to get their way. Full of twists and turns, this is one adventure you don’t want to miss.
I couldn’t help falling in love with Malgon Belroth Kirranith, Fifteenth of His Name, Lord of the Underworld Suburb of Artifice-on-Lethe, Giver of Papercuts, Collapser of Soufflés, Inventor of the Humblebrag. Just his name itself is hilarious and it is detail like this that makes the story even better. The dialogue is witty and true to the characters. A. E. Kincaid has created a classic that is not only witty and hilarious but also has poignant moments that make the characters feel real. I could not put down The Demon, the Hero, and the City of Seven! The characters are relatable. I want food as much as Reginald but I understand the family pressure that haunts Malgon. Entirely magical, each scene is described perfectly without distracting from the action.