- By Veronique Launier

Deliverance (Hearts of Stone)

  • Title: Deliverance (Hearts of Stone)
  • Author: Veronique Launier
  • ISBN: 9781492711117
  • Page: 483
  • Format: ebook
  • Deliverance Hearts of Stone From the rooftops of Montreal to the undergrounds of Tehran In a land where nothing is ever really what it seems and where everything is steeped in history Garnier de Rouen chases the demons of the

    From the rooftops of Montreal to the undergrounds of Tehran In a land where nothing is ever really what it seems, and where everything is steeped in history, Garnier de Rouen chases the demons of the present only to find them lead back to his past, to Nakissa, whom he knows better than she knows herself What started off as a search for answers, turned into much whenFrom the rooftops of Montreal to the undergrounds of Tehran In a land where nothing is ever really what it seems, and where everything is steeped in history, Garnier de Rouen chases the demons of the present only to find them lead back to his past, to Nakissa, whom he knows better than she knows herself What started off as a search for answers, turned into much when the de Rouen s witch, Aude Vanier, goes missing and the clues all lead to the Gargoyle who Garnier is already chasing Ramtin.Things for sixteen year old Nakissa didn t use to be so complicated She lives in a good neighborhood in North Tehran, has a decent relationship with her mother and step father, a perfect boyfriend, and a fun best friend But after a series of earthquake shakes the entire planet, everything changes First her mother gets injured, and then her best friend goes missing And the stress must be making her crazy, because she s starting to get impossible memories Memories that date all the way back to the 6th century during the Sassanid Empire.

    1 thought on “Deliverance (Hearts of Stone)

    1. *I received a copy for free from the author in exchange for an honest review.*When I first saw the blurb for this book, I was very excited about it being about Gargoyles! I'm a huge paranormal genre reader and thought a book about Gargoyles would be new and exciting. Unfortunately, the book fell short of my expectations. The characters were flat and I didn't connect with them. While reading, I felt like I was missing something. Aude, Ramtin and a few other characters are referred to like the rea [...]

    2. this book was great, it kept me interested most of the way. In my opinion the beginning was a little dry but overall the book was great.

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