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By Carol Goodman | Comments: ( 707 ) | Date: ( May 26, 2020 )

How far would you go for love Callie McFay is about to cross worlds and timeFairwick used to be populated by all manner of magical creatures but when a cabal of witches forced the closure of the last door to Fairie, the townsfolk had to choose sides Now it is up to Callie to find a way back.Her quest will take her far from home to a 17th Century Scotland where the deHow far would you go for love Callie McFay is about to cross worlds and timeFairwick used to be populated by all manner of magical creatures but when a cabal of witches forced the closure of the last door to Fairie, the townsfolk had to choose sides Now it is up to Callie to find a way back.Her quest will take her far from home to a 17th Century Scotland where the demon she once fell in love with is still very much a man

  • Title: Dark Possession
  • Author: Carol Goodman
  • ISBN: 9780091953133
  • Page: 276
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Carol Goodman

Carol Goodman is the author of The Lake of Dead Languages, The Seduction of Water, the Watchtower Trilogy with husband Lee Slonimsky , and the young adult Blythewood series Her work has appeared in such journals as The Greensboro Review, Literal Latte, The Midwest Quarterly, and Other Voices After graduation from Vassar College, where she majored in Latin, she taught Latin for several years in Austin, Texas She then received an M.F.A in fiction from the New School University Goodman currently teaches literature and writing at The New School and SUNY New Paltz and lives with her family in the Hudson Valley.

Comments Dark Possession

  • AH

    Initial Thoughts: I think that what I enjoyed most about this book was the atmosphere. This is a book that transported me to wherever the main character was: modern day Fairwick College, Faerie, and 17th century Scotland. I loved that even in the present, The Angel Stone had a lovely Gothic feel to it. I also enjoyed how the author used myth and folklore in her book. The Review:I first fell in love with this series when I read The Demon Lover. I liked how the author created a magical world nestl [...]

  • Robert

    I’ll be honest with you. I haven’t read the first two books in this trilogy. I approached this particular conundrum as a scientific experiment to see if I could follow along with enough of the story that I didn’t feel as though I had wandered around in the woods late at night without my shoes or socks. Since my wife reads all of my reviews before I post them, she’s probably shaking her head at this point, and I’m sure I’ll hear about it later. But I was able to follow along, and I di [...]

  • Patrice Hoffman

    The Fairwick Chronicles has come to an end with The Angel Stone. I hate to see Callie go but after 3 books I'm beat. Anyone who is interested in reading this book should read the first two The Demon Lover and The Water Witch. Juliet Dark does supply readers with ample background information but it's really necessary to go discover it all first-hand and not in the abridged version provided in this novel. With that being said let's move on to my thoughts yes!Juliet Dark begins The Angel Stone a fe [...]

  • Lucie Paris

    Big fan of the first volume, "The Demon Lover", I confess to not being managed to find the same magic than in the first one. The tome 1 was a tasty mix of magic, myths and legends, a quest, fairies, fightings and a beautiful love story.Sure, I had noticed some heaviness due to many details, but all were consistent and have carried me in an amazing world. I was really thrilled to continue the serie."The water witch", the second opus of the tale, was great because more magic and supernatural were [...]

  • BlebeTanja

    Update: I GOT APPROVED ON NETGALLEY! AAAA! *does the Carlton dance*__________________________What if I die before September????? :O

  • Ƥʋиʏα [Punya Reviews...]

    My review contains spoilers and they're mostly my thoughts as I went with the bookThe atmosphere of The Angel Stone, book 3 of the Fairwick Chronicles had the same kind of Gothic touch and complex, fantasy storytelling as the earlier installments. I loved that as much as I did in book 1, The Demon Lover and book 2, The Water Witch. I was eagerly waiting for the conclusion because I wanted to see the Incubus back in the story. But did it meet my expectations? Let’s seeIn book 1, we meet Callie, [...]

  • C.M. Truxler

    The Angel Stone is Heavenly ReadTo say simply that a work like The Angel Stone, the third book of the Fairwick Chronicles, by Juliet Dark, aka Carol Goodman, is a Fantasy Fiction novel written in first person does such an injustice to the work that it puts the entire reviewing process into question. It is a cross-genre novel, but to say even that bit more does not add the needed information. It occurs to me that the only reason Hollywood has not latched onto this series is that it could never do [...]

  • Rabbit Paint me like one of your 19th century gothic heroines!

    This book was okay. It's hard to read books after reading such an excellent one, because it dampens the books that you read after. It was a decent enough story and very readable.

  • Lauren

    The Angel Stone4 StarsIn the aftermath of the Nephilim's takeover of Fairwick College and the closing of the only remaining door to Faerie, students and faculty struggle against the tyranny of the new administration. In order to protect her allies and save her friends in Faerie, folklore professor Callie Macfay must travel back in time to 17th century Scotland to locate the fabled Angel Stone, and perhaps even save the life of her demon lover. The first half, which establishes the Nephilim's sin [...]

  • Christy LoveOfBooks

    3.5The Angel Stone is the third and final book in the Fairwick Chronicles, and unfortunately it wasn't always smooth sailing with this series. I loved the first book, The Demon Lover, but I had issues with the second book, The Water Witch, so of course, I was hesitant about reading The Angel Stone. There were a couple of irritating moments, but I ultimately enjoyed it. It also had a faster pace than the last book, which I was very grateful for.Since the door to Faerie closed, Fairwick hasn't bee [...]

  • Karissa

    This is the third and final book in the Fairwick Chronicles. This is a beautifully written paranormal series about a woman who moves to a small town and ends up embroiled in a battle to save Fairie.There are spoilers ahead from the second book, so just be warned.In the previous book Callie McFay failed to stop the last door to Fairie from closing and suffered when her incubus lover died. To complicate things the evil nephilim have moved in and starting taking over the college that Callie teaches [...]

  • Mina De Caro (Mina's Bookshelf)

    Read my extended review on MINA'S BOOKSHELF minadecaro/2013/0Welcome to Fairwick College, a picturesque academic community located in a secluded area of upstate New York. Populated by a crowd of otherwordly creatures, disguised as humans and perfectly blended in the charming environment of a college town, Fairwick offers the best of Northern European folklore and fae mythology. In The Angel Stone , cross-genre novel and final installment in The Fairwick Trilogy (penned by literary fiction author [...]

  • Melissa ♥ Melissa's Eclectic Bookshelf

    How sad I am that The Fairwick Chronicles have come to a close (I think) with The Angel Stone! This series is perhaps the epitomy of my favorite sort of read. Dark and gothic, magical and hopeful…set in a small town with amazing characetrs. I just loved every moment of this ride Juliet Dark has taken us on.In the third piece of this trilogy we see the town banding together to defend itself and stand up for what the town of Fairwick embodies. And it sure embodies a lot! Every imaginable type of [...]

  • Marie Z. Johansen

    I have been a life long fair tale fan, and I have been a big fan of this fantasy series by Juliet Dark (aka Carol Goodman) since it began with "The Demon Lover". Each of these books works well as a stand alone book though so you don't have to read the entire three book series, but I think that once you read " The Angel Stone" you will want to read the other two books!Over the course of the last two volumes I have become enthralled with the quirky world of Fairwick College, and the delightful mix [...]

  • Ionia

    I must confess that I haven't read the other two books in this series, but this cover was so beautiful and enchanting that it drew me and demanded that I read this one. Not an issue, I was able to figure out what I needed to through the brief recounting the author does, and went on to enjoy this book immensely. Of course, now I want to go back and read the others. If you enjoy atmospheric novels this one is a good bet. I got the Gothic feel all the way through the book, and the dialogue is fanta [...]

  • Patricia

    We all see what we want or need to see in a book we read and with this book I see a adult fairy tale with a very satisfying ending. I was not sure about this book because I thought it started off a bit slow, but there is a reason for this. It has to built us up for the jump to the past along with the outcome that comes to be. I was so torn up about Liam, Bill and Williamough all are one of the same. There is a bit of darkness that is part of this tale but without the darkness the light would not [...]

  • Eva

    I had so much trouble finishing this book. The series went from okay to bad unfortunately.The characters really could not interest me anymore and I found the story lacking an interesting build-up and at times it was very predictable.

  • ari

    With more adventures than ever, Juliet Dark is back with the third book in the Fairwick Chronicles, Angel Stone. I found the first two books enjoyable, with the second book – The Water Witch coming in first and Angel Stone following closely behind, in second place.After the Gove – a group of witches -- took over Fairwick in the last chapter of the series, everything is more uptight and there something amiss. A new and unknown creature sets foot in town, and Callie – a half witch/ half fey [...]

  • Dragana

    'Fairwick Chronicles' series always reminded me of a grown-up version of Harry Potter. I liked the magical school setting and different complications that teacher Callie solved in each book. The Angel Stoneis nice conclusion to the story , full of twists, surprises and interesting paranormal creatures. My only problem was that I have read The Water Witch long time ago and now felt a little bit detached from characters.

  • Chibineko

    I can't really post a review until August 20th since that's one of the requirements from Ballantine, but I'll post a mini "should you or shouldn't you buy it" synopsis for now. This isn't an awful book, but it is different from the two that preceded it. It's worth checking out for the most part, but I would say that if you went into this with as high of an expectation as I did, that you should lower it some. (ARC provided through Netgalley)

  • Kristen

    I'm sad that this book ended! really well written and sucked me in completely.

  • Ava

    Different from the second book and it broke my heart a little.I loved the ending. =)

  • Khanh (the meanie)

    Boring as fuck. On hold for now.

  • Danika

    This one was marginally more interesting than the second book, but still a horrendous disappointment. There was absolutely no character development, no relationship development, the story moved so quickly that it read more like an itemized list of things to do rather than a detailed story. And frankly, by adding time-travel to 17th century Scotland, it seemed like Dark/Goodman was writing a cheap knock-off of Outlander. The overall ideas aren't bad, but they aren't really explored. These are bas [...]

  • Bobbie

    I enjoyed this series and how the characters were written. The first book was a little trying to get through as some of the incubus sex scenes used metaphors that were a bit funny to me but the author may have been trying to construe the old gothic romance tone and I just missed it at the time. The venture to the past was intriguing in the Angel Stone and all loose threads buttoned up nicely at the end. I will most likely look at other books written by Dark/Goodman as I very much enjoyed her wri [...]

  • Heidi

    Four stars: A sweet and satisfying end to a terrific trilogy.Since the door closed to Faerie, Callie has been struggling to pick up the pieces. She is desperately missing her incubus lover and all of her friends who were forced to leave the mortal realm. Her beloved Fairwick College is now in the hands of the despicable Duncan. The college is under tight control, and Callie is not happy with the new direction the school is headed. All the magic is being stamped out. Callie is determined to find [...]

  • Melissa Elgersma

    Bye bye Callie,I will miss you and the wonderful world of Fairwick.I adores this book serie and will recommend it to everyone that loves fairy tales and sinning as much as I do.I'm happy with the ending as well and what happened to the characters.It was easy to read and, even though sometimes slightly boring, it always had me in it's grip to continue reading. 8/10

  • Cherie Harrod

    Wonderful imaginative new twist on tailsI absolutely enjoyed this trilogy. Bright new elements and fairy lore mixed in a unique voice. Good pace, not overly repetitive, and wholly enjoyable.

  • Kathy

    Satisfyingly enjoyable conclusion.

  • Jenni

    4,5 stars.Great ending to a series.

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