Slay by Kim Curran @KimeCurran @usborne @StevieHopwood #BookReview


Slay by Kim Curran

  • Music
  • Humourous
  • Fantasy & Magic
  • Fiction
  • 12+

| Synopsis |

Every fangirl’s daydream is about to become Milly’s nightmare.

When Milly arrives home to discover that her mum has been taken over by something very evil, she finds herself in mortal danger. But the last people she expects to rescue her are the boys in the hottest band on the planet!

Enter SLAY – playing killer gigs, and slaying killer demons. Suddenly Milly’s on the road with JD, Tom, Niv, Zek and Connor, helping save the world, one gig at a time…

| Author Information|


Kim Curran is an author and creative director based in London. Specializing in youth marketing she’s worked on some of the world’s largest brands and charities, from EA to UNICEF.




| Review |

Slay by Kim Curran was a fabulous unique experience of a read and I loved it.  On our bookish journey, we meet the boys from Slay. They travel the world to perform sell-out stadium tours. But as the crowds disperse and the doors close, the boys head back to their tour bus to prepare for their ‘real’ job. Which, happens to be as demon hunters.

I loved the emotional rollercoaster that the book took me on. Filled with humour and some emotional sappy bits. Slay is the perfect read for the early teens from twelve plus and over.

It has fantastic humour throughout but it also covers important topics such as grief, not fitting in or feeling that bit different and so much more.

Slay had me hooked from page one, a fun and engaging read.  I am so excited for the next instalment.

By Kelly Lacey 

| Order Link |


Also available directly from Usborne Books Click here to order.

|Publisher Info|


Usbourne Books 






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