Wednesday, September 10, 2008

An Unconventional Romance Spanning Centuries

The Gargoyle: A Novel by Andrew Davidson

After surviving a fiery crash induced by bourbon and narcotics, the main character and narrator of this debut novel begins to slowly mend in a burn ward. Horribly disfigured and just as equally cynical, he meets a mental patient who insists that they've met previously, seven centuries ago. A unique relationship begins as they share their stories of unsuitable foster parenting, a 14th-century German monastery and the art of sculpturing gargoyles.

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