Book Review: The Angel Stone – Juliet Dark

The Angel Stone coverTitle: The Angel Stone
Author: Juliet Dark
ISBN: 9780345533395
Pages: 320
Release Date: September 3, 2013
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Genre: Urban Fantasy
Source: Publisher
Rating: 4 out of 5


In the final book of The Fairwick Trilogy, Callie McFay must find a way to save her town, her college, and her friends. After The Grove’s takeover of Fairwick College, everything has changed for this living there; friends have been banished and the door to Faerie has been closed forever. But what those in charge don’t know is that Callie’s received word of another door to Faerie, and she must find a way to open it before everything she loves is destroyed.

Snapshot Review:

Those who’ve become enchanted by the town of Fairwick, a college where witches and fae lived and worked side by side, will welcome The Angel Stone, the final installment in this trilogy. Callie continues to grow as a person and as a witch, and she begins to understand new things about herself. The storyline is entertaining to be sure, and like all of this author’s books, it’s beautifully written. Readers will enjoy this book while looking forward to seeing what Juliet Dark/Carol Goodman does next.

Other books by Juliet Dark:

The Demon Lover
The Water Witch

Other books by Carol Goodman:

Arcadia Falls
The Drowning Tree

The Night Villa

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  1. I thought about reading this since I liked the second book in the trilogy, but hadn’t decided. Seems entertaining at least!

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