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It is just so well written, and so real, that you feel as if you reading a true story. I couldn’t put this book down. Or so I tell myself; and for now, that is enough. Hardcoverpages. No I do not mean that I am the filling in some sort of papery sandwich although for the really enthusiastic book lover this may have some kind of kinky appeal, paper cuts not withstandingI mean I have been selecting books from my shelf which I have been thrilled to read, engrossed and spell bound by and this does not always happen.

It was one of those wonderful books that sucked me in and I could not put it down until it was finished with me. This book will move you emotionally and not always for This is not just a book, it’s an adventure. But all is not well. It’s a love story that should suit romantics and non-romantics alike – with plenty of history, gore and social commentary, there’s something for almost everyone in here.

I went from reading a fictional story to studying a theology text book.

For me the ending was thought provoking and perfect. He was mistreated and abused as a child, he’s addicted to drugs and he ended up being a porn star which he’s very good at it but doesn’t complete him. I was indeed in Hell, and I was indeed in the presence of the Divine. Although a church ceremony was expected after a “handfasting” it was not always …more Many many couples lived together without the benefit of clergy.


When I finally realized why I was reading several different stories inside one, being a big fan of reincarnation stories and soulmates, I prepared to fall in love. Reading this book felt like sorting through a wondrous box of treasure–there are well researched intellectual prizes, laugh out loud humor advice–carefully read the menu for Christmas dinnertear jerking moments that take the breath away, love that creates a longing in the heart, physical pain that make the body recoil at the reading Now before you all start sticking your fingers in your mouths and making “bleurgh” noises, you should know by now that I’m not a great fan of the slushy stuff and normally like my love affairs scandalous and hard-bitten.

For another, Marianne receives word from God that she has only twenty-seven sculptures left to complete—and her time on earth will be anrdew. Still, the way the author chose andrfw compose this plot was waaay superior to anything else.

And don’t get me wrong, that’s not ,a if you’re a year-old girl, and I don’t begrudge year-old girls in any way at all for being fans of Twilight ; but when it’s a book written by a grown-up and meant for other grown-ups, marketed as a grown-up book within grown-up publications, to have it turn out to be a gooey, badly-written, chaste supernatural romantic thriller is a freaking crime, or at least should be.

The Gargoyle

andree No wonder Marianne Engel lived next to a graveyard: Dec 16, Cherie rated it it was amazing Shelves: If it was to prove she was crazy, I was already a believer. Ewan Many many couples lived together without the benefit of clergy.

Men are clearly meant to only write high brow literature, and how dare Davidsoon engage in something that has touched so many people some of them year-old girls, even! The first time brought me to Marianne Engle. The timing of her confrontation regarding his morphine addiction sure felt like it happened when it best suited her. Aug 09, Lolly K Dandeneau rated it it was amazing Shelves: In the first chapter, reading the way he described the feeling of being burned was unbelievable!!


His stories sweep you up and place you there davidosn that’s a rare treat. You know, I actually wanted to like it. In the hospital he didn’t get many visitors and while being on his own “Accidents ambush the unsuspecting, often violently, just like love.

Share this book with the people you know. The contemporary tale was particularly slow. This is not their first life together and she has come to find him.

When the mother became savage-eyed and withdrawn, the young girl would come to cry fearfully in my tiny room, anticipating an impending sale.

I learned about the difference between a gargoyle and a grotesque. Her name is another fact that is repeated ad nauseum. I admit that I bought this book for the cover. I stayed up for many nights as if possessed, and few books have mesmerized me like The Gargoyle. Buddy read with Roya and then Charlie!

The Gargoyle by Andrew Davidson

Wait, I think I forgot to mention there are language translations too. I just didn’t care for it, in other words, Davidsson didn’t think it was astounding, amazing, absorbing, incredible The Viking story actually made me cry!

Marianne is undoubtedly strange, and he suspects that she is either suffering from manic depression or schizophrenia.

Both the present day recovery and the historical elements are fascinating.