Feb 26, 2015

Magic of the Gargoyles

Magic of the Gargoyles
by Rebecca Chastain

Book: Elemental novella
Publisher: Mind Your Muse Books
Pub Date: October 2014
Genre: Young Adult
Format: eBook
Source: Author
Book Links: Goodreads  Amazon

Grab your copy of this fast-paced, imaginative fantasy adventure today! 

Someone has kidnapped a nest of helpless baby gargoyles and is using them as pentagram focuses, devouring their magic—and their lives—for a horrific, illegal power boost. Swept into the dangerous underworld of black magic, earth elemental Mika Stillwater must cobble together her limited resources and skills to have a chance at being the hero the baby gargoyles desperately need. If she fails, the city will be at the mercy of the gargoyles’ murderers and their overwhelming destructive magic. 

But pitting herself against powerful black-magic villains is proving just as deadly for Mika as for the gargoyles



My Review: This is a short read. Easily get it done in no time, and then be annoyed that there are not more pages. 

I liked this book. I haven't read many books with gargoyles, but I really love the way Rebecca went with it. A baby gargoyle is taken and it leads to danger, dark magic, murder, and an awesome character. Why would they use gargoyles as sacrifice? Is there something special about them? Or are they just easier to kidnap? Well it kinda has to do with their magical powers. They do have  some awesome magic, but not all want it for good. 

Then in jumps Mika. An awesome chick who is the hope for the gargoyles. Shes an elemental, so that gives her, her own kind of skills. It might seem like she doesn't have a long list of resources, but Mika does her best with what shes got and just wows you. 

A fun and easily read while on break or just to kill some time. Either way, you will love this! 

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My bio:

Rebecca Chastain is the author of MAGIC OF THE GARGOYLES, a fantasy novella, and A FISTFUL OF EVIL, an Amazon Top 100 Fantasy Bestseller in the United States, Australia, and Canada. She has found seven four-leaf clovers to date, won a purebred Arabian horse in a drawing, and once tamed a blackbird for a day. Dreaming up the absurd and writing stories designed to amuse and entertain has been her passion since she was eleven years old. She lives in northern California with her wonderful husband and two bossy cats.

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