A Gathering of Gargoyles

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Magic Carpet Books, Sep 1, 1998 - Juvenile Fiction - 333 pages
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In this spellbinding second book in the classic Darkangel Trilogy, Aeriel risks everything for the love of Irrylath. Aeriel's love has broken the curse on the darkangel Irrylath, making him human again and freeing him from the control of his mother, the dreaded White Witch. But the Witch is far from defeated. Her wicked plans require all seven of her vampyre sons, and she will not give one up so easily. There is but a single hope for the Witch's defeat - solving an ancient, mysterious riddle. So Aeriel sets off to solve the riddle, sailing across a sea of dust and straight into the worst of the Witch's terrors. But if Aeriel is to save Irrylath and her world, she will have to overcome his bloodthirsty darkangel brothers - and ultimately confront his terrifying mother face-to-face.

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Review: A Gathering of Gargoyles (Darkangel Trilogy #2)

User Review  - Christine - Goodreads

I probably liked this sequel more than the original title, The Darkangel. Shockingly, this was a middle book of a trilogy that didn't feel like a middle book. There's adventure and fantastical ... Read full review

Review: A Gathering of Gargoyles (Darkangel Trilogy #2)

User Review  - Corinne - Goodreads

the 2nd part of a truly fascinating story about a girl, her love who cannot reprocitate this feeling although he's fighting with himself and the rescue of their world. Read it! Read full review

Contents

ONE Isternes
1
TWO Irrylatn
17
Ji THREE esseners
27
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About the author (1998)

Meredith Ann Pierce is the author of a number of acclaimed fantasy novels: The Dark Angel Trilogy, The Firebringer Trilogy, and The Woman Who Loved Reindeer. Her most recent novel is Treasure at the Heart of the Tanglewood. She received both a B.A. and an M.A. from the University of Florida and an M.L.S. from Florida State University, and spends her days as a librarian. By night, she writes. Her hobbies include composing music and playing the harp. She lives in the woods south of Micanopy, Florida, in a house powered by solar energy.

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