The Menace Returns. Friends Are Threatened. Trust Is Challenged.
A year older and cleverer, Danielle distrusts the growing sense of dread that haunts her. She knows nothing of what hunts her friends. They know nothing of her foreboding.
Soon they are all thrust back together in a relentless series of hunting or being hunted by an unholy foe, a mutant possessing horrifying powers and schemes. Or is there more than one?
All His Wrath is a fast-paced story layered with complex twists and revelations. The adventures of Danielle and her friends take them deeper into the fantastical gargoyle kingdom than they would have ever chosen to go. Available everywhere: books2read.com/u/bP5Qzx
Brandon King is an award-winning author living in SW Idaho, not far from epic rock formations that find their way into his stories. While his stories are straight-up fantasy he, like favorite authors J. R. R. Tolkien and C. S. Lewis, infuses his novels with allegory for perceptive readers.
He intends The Gargoyle Chronicles to be a seven book series. With Books 1 and 2 published, and Books 3-5 nearing completion, his fans have many characters—human and otherwise—to love. Or fear.
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It seems fitting that the chapter title from where this blurb comes from is "Tectonic Shift." Maybe more so because today is Friday the 13th, in the year 2020. Would you agree that 2020 has delivered up more than a normal year's worth of "tectonic shift"? By the way, is it too cold now for murder hornets to be out and about? ???? In this scene, Lement-Nor, a very creepy and devious hybrid gargoyle, enjoys thinking about the tectonic disaster he is about to deliver. I'm pretty sure that 2020 would approve. #ebooks #fantasy #fridaythe13th2020 #epic #fear #tectonic #gargoyles #adventure #adventurefantasy #funread #award-winning #series books2read.com/u/bP5Qzx
All His Wrath
LEMENT-NOR EXULTED IN HOW his elaborate plans were coming together. He’d woven a complex tapestry of deceit, dissembling and misdirection. It was his masterwork. How well he knew the chronic suspiciousness of his “master,” Kahrnahrgx. It would be the rogue leader’s downfall. More pleasing still, Lement-Nor waited to pull away the veil he’d spun before the Preceptor and reveal his actual objective. The hybrid chuckled as he visualized that moment. It would be a special time, meant for savoring deep and long, when he threw down the two who each considered himself Lement-Nor’s master, one completely unaware of the other’s involvement in his downfall and both unaware of Lement-Nor’s true intention. He suffered no internal conflict about the role of gargoyles in the lives of humanity. The source of the conflict between the followers of Kahrnahrgx and those of his troublesome brother, Kimar, meant nothing to the hybrid. Along with the ever-present distractions, scheming about tactics and the absurd waste of resources, Lement-Nor found the opposing arguments tedious. He had been designed to best his opponents, and he intended to do so. Since he’d come to realize this truth—that at its most elemental, all creatures were his opponents—his purpose had been clear.