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The Angel Stone: A Novel (Fairwick Trilogy Book 3) Kindle Edition

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The conclusion of Dark’s Fairwick Chronicles (The Demon Lover, 2012; The Water Witch, 2013) opens with a tumultuous beginning to a new academic year for Professor Callie McFay. With the closing of the gate to Faerie, Fairwick, town and college, is seeing extreme changes. The new dean, Duncan Laird, a Nephilim and wizard, is set on destroying everything good in Fairwick and beyond. Through a string of strange connections, Callie learns that a stone missing from a brooch she owns is the only thing that can vanquish the Nephilim. But it was last seen in the seventeenth century in the village of Ballydoon, Scotland. Callie must figure out how to travel back in time to retrieve the stone. Eventually, she is sent on her way, thanks to a group of witches and the Stewarts with their magical plaid. Dark skillfully entwines the past and present, the mundane and magical, love and loss, to spin a beautifully nuanced and sensuous tale rooted in legend and lore. --Diana Tixier Herald


Praise for The Angel Stone
“Intelligently written and visually appealing . . . This story is a sheer delight.”RT Book Reviews
“Dark skillfully entwines the past and present, the mundane and magical, love and loss, to spin a beautifully nuanced and sensuous tale rooted in legend and lore.”Booklist

Praise for Juliet Dark
“Dark’s letter-perfect gothic style is a satisfying tribute to previous gothic novels, and the paranormal elements, including incubi, fae, vampires, and witches, make this a stellar romance.”Booklist, on The Demon Lover
“Fast moving . . .  should appeal to readers of Charlaine Harris’ Sookie Stackhouse novels.”New York Journal of Books, on The Water Witch

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  • File Size: 2350 KB
  • Print Length: 321 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0345533399
  • Publisher: Ballantine Books (September 3, 2013)
  • Publication Date: September 3, 2013
  • Sold by: Random House LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00BRUQ2D6
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #87,948 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Melissa's Eclectic Bookshelf on September 3, 2013
Format: Paperback
How sad I am that The Fairwick Chronicles have come to a close (I think) with The Angel Stone! This series is perhaps the epitomy of my favorite sort of read. Dark and gothic, magical and hopeful...set in a small town with amazing characetrs. I just loved every moment of this ride Juliet Dark has taken us on.

In the third piece of this trilogy we see the town banding together to defend itself and stand up for what the town of Fairwick embodies. And it sure embodies a lot! Every imaginable type of mythical/paranormal creature calls this town it's home and together they must figure out a way to regain a town and college lost to those who would control it and banish/destroy all the others. Add to that a new element - Time Travel - and one might say that Dark had attempted too much within this series....that all of these paranormal creatures and storylines is overload. I would wholeheartedly disagree!

I loved how all of the characters, new and old, and even an adorable door mouse named Ralph, examine their weaknesses and find their inner strengths while on the path to save Faiwick and the college. Most of all though...I loved that we and Callie have the opportunity to revisit the past, meet William, watch Callie grow finally into the strong and independant woman we knew was there...and then finally get our Happily Ever After!

Juliet Dark's amazing world building and character development coupled with the lyricism and beauty of her writing style pull everything together and make this a must read series.

NOTE: Copy recieved from Publisher in exchange for my honest thoughts
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mina on September 9, 2013
Format: Paperback
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Welcome to Fairwick College, a picturesque academic community located in a secluded area of upstate New York. Populated by a crowd of otherwordly creatures, disguised as humans and perfectly blended in the charming environment of a college town, Fairwick offers the best of Northern European folklore and fae mythology.

In The Angel Stone , cross-genre novel and final installment in The Fairwick Trilogy (penned by literary fiction author Carol Goodman under the pseudonym of Juliet Dark), Gothic and paranormal elements, folk traditions and literary references give shape to a fantasy world richly conceived, vividly portrayed, and laced with an alluring dose of romantic flavor. Fairies and witches, vampires and goblins, demon lovers and nephilims, wizards and other mythical beings trapped in the 'shadow land' between humans and Fairy World, are involved in an epic fight for the control of the passages connecting the two realms. Torn between loyalty to her community and undying love for her own incubus, Callie McFay, a fairy/witch hybrid and only surviving doorkeeper of the Fae World, will need to travel back in time to a 17th century Scotland to recover an amulet (the Angel Stone) that can protect her people from the nephilims' aggression. While rescuing faes and humans from the tiranny of the fallen angels, Callie will find in her ancestral history an even more powerful talisman and a way to reconnect with her true love, once and for all.

I wholeheartedly recommend The Fairwick Chronicles, with a warning: it would be a good idea to approach this highly imaginative trilogy starting with its previous installments.
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This is the third and final book in the Fairwick Chronicles. This is a beautifully written paranormal series about a woman who moves to a small town and ends up embroiled in a battle to save Fairie.

There are spoilers ahead from the second book, so just be warned.

In the previous book Callie McFay failed to stop the last door to Fairie from closing and suffered when her incubus lover died. To complicate things the evil nephilim have moved in and starting taking over the college that Callie teaches in and taking over the town of Fairwick. Callie has had mysterious dreams that point at their being one more door to Faerie somewhere. Callie has to figure out where this last door to Faerie is before the Fey of Fairwick start to die. Callie also has to figure out how to defeat and drive out the nephilim before they destroy everything about Fairwick that Callie holds dear.

This book is just absolutely beautifully written and ties up the series nicely. This is a wonderful story about fey and time travel in a small country town. I have really loved this series. I love the beautiful settings and sensual writing.

Callie has come a long way from who she was in the first book. She is still learning how to use her powers as a witch though. In this book she goes on a long self-exploratory journey to find the last door to Fairie. Then she goes on a long journey through time to find something called The Angel Stone, that is rumored to be able to defeat the nephilim.

The writing is beautiful and I love the wonderful small town setting. There is a lot of mythology tied into this story. The faerie tale explored in the most depth is that of Tam Lin.

In each book we have meet an aspect of Callie's demon lover.
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