The Darkangel Trilogy



They had been searching the mountain for a rare nectar the mistress, Eoduin, carelessly scoffing at old tales of the evil creatures they might encounter the slave, Aeriel, apprehensive, and rightly so For a darkangel DID swoop from the sky, and he stole the beautiful Eoduin awayLoyal Aeriel understood nothing of the darkangel s purpose, yet knowing would not have stopped her She vowed to rescue her friend and mistress and thus placed herself in Irrylath s power He took her to his cold, lonely castle to serve Eoduin and his twelve other brides tormented soulless wraiths who had once been flesh and blood women 3 in 1 Bookclub Edition includes Book 1 The Darkangel , c 1982 0316707414 Book 2 A Gathering of Gargoyles , c 1984 0316707346 Book 3 The Pearl of the Soul of the World , c 1990 0316707430 Read The Darkangel Trilogy – e17streets4all.co.ukThe Darkangel Trilogy

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  • Hardcover
  • 471 pages
  • The Darkangel Trilogy
  • Meredith Ann Pierce
  • English
  • 19 May 2017

10 thoughts on “The Darkangel Trilogy

  1. says:

    Vampires are the newest big thing these days, thanks to Twilight It is a horrible literary tragedy that Twilight could overshadow the Darkangel Trilogy Nowhere in this world can Twilight begin to compare I ll say here what I say to everyone who gets teary eyed over Twilight the Darkangel Trilogy will astound you It blows Twilight away While not about a traditional vampire, the story centers around a very similar but farengaging creature The world that Pierce has created is breathtak Vampires are the ne...

  2. says:

    I read these book many many years ago as a pre teen, and bits of it stayed with me all these years enough I was able to find the book through google I have to say that the very thing about the end of the final book that everyone here hates so much was actually what I loved about it Reminds me of the end of one of my absolute favorite books The Last Unicorn as well Some times, we don t get exactly what we want That s what it means to have power, responsibility, and purpose If the first boo I read these book many many years ago as a pre teen, and bits of it stayed with me all these years enough I was able to find the book through google I have to say that the very thing about the end of the final book that everyone here hates so much was actually what I loved about it Reminds me of the end of one of my absolute favorite books The Last Unicorn as well Some times, we don t get exactl...

  3. says:

    This is what Twilight wishes it was.

  4. says:

    I soooo enjoyed the strong female characters in this trilogy Strong, but not invincible Not perfect But also, not weak in a damsel in distress kind of way They are beset by human weakness for example, the desire to love and to be loved , but we see how this informs their choices and actions rather than wallowing in the weakness itself They learn They grow They make bad choices There are consequences.A sampling Aeriel Our Sacrificial Heroine She displays heroic virtue in many moments I soooo enjoyed the strong female characters in this trilogy Strong, but not invincible Not perfect But also, not weak in a damsel in distress kind of way They are beset by human weakness for example, the desire to love and to be loved , but we see how this informs their choices and actions rather than wallowing in the weakness itself They learn They grow They make bad choices There are consequences.A sampling Aeriel Our Sacrificial Heroine She displays heroic virtue in many moments throug...

  5. says:

    Above all, this is a high fantasy adventure In all three books, the heroine, Aerial, is traveling across an extremely fantastical landscape, collecting magical objects that will help her accomplish her goal The bulk of the books is spent on world building and describing the landscape, and strange creatures and characters Aerial comes across It is extremely descriptive and spends a lot of time using old fashioned English that is hard to understand Call...

  6. says:

    A favorite from junior high and high school, but haven t read in a while Aeriel is in some ways a wonderful heroine because she doesn t set out to be one, but rather grows into it As a personality though, she is extremely morose and flat But luckily she is the only one All the other characters are quite vivid I especially like the heronI always remember the bird on a stick crack One of few silly moments in a fantasy that takes itself too serio...

  7. says:

    It was 1992 when I read this, and I was 12 This was the first non folklore vampire book I had gotten to read other than Bram Stoker s books Even so many years later I often find this book popping up into my thoughts.Of all the covers of the editions I ve seen, this edition is my favorite.I need to get a copy of this for my daughter, as the main character is female and strong I have to say that this trilogy had a large impact on why I tend to write female characters as main characters.The Pear It was 1992 when I read this, and I was 12 This was the first non folklore vampi...

  8. says:

    Until I read Mieville, this book topped my list of odd, intricate, full of random otherworldly details, dark and disturbing in a lovely way, favorite books Though Zelazny s Jack of Shadows gave it a good run for its money It remains one my favorite trilogieseven though the ending INFURIATED me Not kidding, I HATED the ending So they must be some pretty darn good books if I can s...

  9. says:

    I liked this trilogy I think because it reminded me less of vampires andof Beauty and the Beast or the Greco Roman myth of Cupid and Psyche, especially the part where Cupid visits her every night to sleep with her, but demands that she never light any lamps, since he does not want her to know who he is until the time is right.All reminders aside, the whole series is creative with some interesting lands and enemies The whole series is a quick read This might be one of those series that I I liked this trilogy I think because it reminded me less of vampires andof Beauty and the Beast or the Greco Roman ...

  10. says:

    I was so obsessed with these books in 8th grade 1991 I started to write my own version starting where the third book left so many readers hanging The characters in this storyline and their fate is never defined and ...

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