Redemption by Veronique Launier
(Hearts of Stone)

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Guillaume:  For five hundred years I’ve existed as a gargoyle.  Perched atop an old Montreal church,  I’ve watched idly as humanity wanders by.  With the witch Marguerite gone, there is no  one left to protect, nothing to care about. I  never planned to feel again. But then a girl  released me from my stone restraints, allowing  me to return as a seventeen-year-old  human boy. I must find out all I can about  this girl’s power . . . 

Aude:  Getting attacked twice in as many days is  strange in itself, but even stranger is the  intriguing guy I keep running into. There’s  something so familiar about him, like a  primal drum rhythm from my dreams. But  spending time together only raises more  question—about my heritage, a native  Mohawk prophecy . . . and an unearthly  magic threatening our city.. 

 

About Veronique Launier

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Veronique Launier is a single mother of two daughters. ShVeronique Launier is a single mother of two daughters. She grew up near Montreal, where she sets her debut novel, Rede grew up near Montreal, where she sets her debut novel, Redemption. She now lives in Ottawa, Canada. emption. She now lives in Ottawa, Canada.
 
Published September 1, 2012 by Flux. 360 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Young Adult, Children's Books. Fiction

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Guillaume has been affixed to a Montréal church since the 1940s, paying scant attention to the doings of the humans below, when a girl oozing "essence" is attacked and, astonishingly, awakens Guillaume and his three gargoyle companions, who revert to their original, human forms.

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