This was a nice light little fantasy. It was a little too light for my taste, in fact, but I tend to like my fantasy epic, but readable.
Wonderful story with lots of architectural history as well. I'd love to see a series of these (but I'm a Kurtz fan from way back).
Padraig the gargoyle leaves his perch on St. Patrick's Cathedral to find out who has vandalized his church. Great descriptions of Dublin.
This is a delightful book, its light hearted but well done and a lot of fun!
From his perch high above the bustling Dublin streets as gargoyle named Padraig keeps watch over his beloved city, It is set in the modern era and very entertaining. A good read by most standards!
absolutely amazing new look at what gargoyles really are! not demonic at all!!!
This was a light hearted little book and I did enjoy the story. I've always liked gargoyles and would love to have one on my roof, but I have to settle for them sitting around the interior decorating/guarding the house.
I liked the concept of the story, but I couldn't stay focused. It dragged in too many places.