Review: Of Shadow and Stone by Michelle Muto

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Publisher: Skyscape

Publishing Date: February 2015

ISBN: 9781477849392

Genre: Fantasy

Rating: DNF

Publisher Description: Gargoyles were created centuries ago to protect mankind, but something went horribly wrong. Now only the sentinel—a mortal chosen to control the stone beasts—stands between them and their human prey.

Review: Imagine flying to New Zealand from Dallas by way of Anchorage in coach with a baby screaming in the seat behind you. Only this novel was not that interesting. I suffered bouts of trenchant narcolepsy during the first third and finally had an ablative lobotomy. Have you ever yawned so hard that it failed to satisfy and was rendered inert by its own action?

 

 

 

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