• by Michael-Scott Earle
  • Narrated by David Dietz
  • 1 hrs and 33 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Sherman had always thought high school was a real drag. He was looking forward to finishing his senior year so that he could coast through college, get a day job, and spend the rest of his life playing video games.
He is used to seeing angels, but when a new girl transfers into his AP physics class, he thinks demons might be more his style.
When his innocent crush leads him to the basement, he finds out that his school is exactly the kind of hellhole he always thought it was; only now he'll be lucky to escape before they eat his soul.


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Succubus! Hell High.

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?


Would you ever listen to anything by Michael-Scott Earle again?

Maybe. He wrote well, if slightly childishly. This novel had quite a young writing voice which I found quite hard to accept.

Did David Dietz do a good job differentiating all the characters? How?

Yes. Dietz was a very good narrator.

Was Succubus! worth the listening time?

Not really.

Any additional comments?

I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review.

When I first saw the plot for this, I thought it would be brilliant, but instead I found it rather lacking; the main character comes across as a stereotypical nerd and is pretty much suffering a case of insta-love with the main female character. Though I feel the insta-love sorta qualifies him for the plot twist at the end. Like seriously dude. She's a succubus. And she never got your name right. Think with your brain for like half a page of this book.

Also the main plot device is never explained and that really bugs me.

I really wanted to like this book... but I just couldn't.

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- Lexi Michaels


wow this is entertaining! one nerdy guy that no one can remember well and lots of mythological monster action. some violence and no adult content. I was cracking up over the way Sherman looks at things. short but a great way to distract yourself
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- B. Mulder

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-14-2016
  • Publisher: Michael-Scott Earle