A Gathering of Gargoyles
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: September 1st 1998
Publisher: HMH Books for Young Readers
Pages no: 333
Edition language: English
Series: Darkangel Trilogy (#2)
Another trilogy I won't bother to finish. Irrylath was far more interesting as a Darkangel than as human Irrylath. Too angsty. Thankfully he isn't around much, only in the first chapter or so and in the last one. We get to know why he can't "love" Aeriel. Not really a mystery, since the specters tol...
This continuation of the Darkangel can seem a little confusing, at first, because it's a huge leap from its predecessor, in terms of story. A Gathering of Gargoyles does the very thing I missed in Darkangel: it explores the world Pierce has set up. When feeling rejected by her husband, Irrylath, our...
This was the 2nd in the series and my favourite. I've always enjoyed the quests against witches such as LOTR and Narnia as a kid. I still do in my early '30s. I would have loved this book dearly in my youth.The middle of series usually are my favourite because the set-up was already done but the rid...