Night for the Gargoyles

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Who to fight? The Demons overrunning the city or Orvil, the rival lusting for his position.

The four gargoyles guarding Trebridge are outnumbered. Gillen, their leader, is caught between fighting Demons and the schemes of Orvil to replace him. He tries patience with Orvil and asks the angels for reinforcements. Will help come in time?

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About M. K. Theodoratus

Fantasy has been part of my life since I can remember, starting with a fantasy playmate who kept me company while I was locked on the front porch with my toys. My brother, Jerry, still hasn't forgiven me for naming my friend Jerome. Yeah, my mother was a copycat.

My formal introduction to fantasy came with the discovery of the Oz books. I read every one I could find, even if they were larger than the other books brought to our school from the library. I became a serious book buyer when I discovered my dad's army/navy store sold used paperbacks, including authors like A. L. Merritt, Andre Norton, and C. L. Moore--plus my favorite of favorites Leigh Brackett.

Now, I write fantasy about snarly elves, the Half-Elven of the Far Isles, or humans fighting invading demons in Andor.

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About the Series: Tales of Andor
Before and after the Demon Wars of Andor, humans have struggled with magic and over magic. The worse times were when demons from another plane tried to conquer Andor. Their homeland was growing too cold to successfully hatch their eggs. The demon princes opened portals into Andor for their attacks. Many demons escaped their commanders during the chaos of battle and hid by possessing humans. Others manned secret missions to support the invasion. In all cases, they preyed on humans

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Ana Cristina reviewed on June 1, 2014

This is the second story by M. K. Theodoratus that I've read and I'm still fascinated by how entertaining and fun can a short story like this be! The best part is that 'Night for the Gargoyles' is an introduction to a bigger story - there's more of greatness to come. If you like reading horror stories that keep you on the edge of your seat and leave you breathless, you'll definitely love this one! A+++
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H.G. Estok reviewed on Nov. 17, 2013

This short story (which evolved into a novel forthcoming from the author) sets the stage for an epic battle to come. Gillen, the gargoyle protagonist, is a likable creature, and his interactions with the human girl Britt are enjoyable and believable. Some of the interior monologue lines threw me because they weren't italicized, but I thoroughly enjoyed this tale overall. To hell with the devils!
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