28 June, 2012

From the Review Pile (#5)

From the Review Pile is a new meme hosted by Stepping Out of the Page every Thursday. It's a great way to give some books I've received for review (and have yet to review on our blog) some extra love! If you're interested in this weekly post, head on over to her blog!

This week's book I'm featuring is something a bit different in the paranormal genre. Gargoyles! Sometimes the genre can be overcrowded with vampires and werewolves. It's nice to see something fresh. 

Redemption by Veronique Launier
Received by Flux via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review
To be published September 8, 2012
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Guillaume: For five hundred years I've existed as a gargoyle. Perched atop an old Montreal church, I've watched idly as humanity wanders by. With the witch Marguerite gone, there is no one left to protect, nothing to care about. I never planned to feel again. But then a girl released me from my stone restraints, allowing me to return as a seventeen-year-old human boy. I must find out all I can about this girl's power . . .
Aude: Getting attacked twice in as many days is strange in itself, but even stranger is the intriguing guy I keep running into. There's something so familiar about him, like a primal drum rhythm from my dreams. But spending time together only raises more questions--about my heritage, a native Mohawk prophecy . . . and an unearthly magic threatening our city..

1 comment:

  1. That does sound interesting! I've never read one with a Gargoyle before.

    New follower too!


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