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I wavered between 3 and 4 stars for this. I fell in love with some of the phrases and descriptions that Davidson uses. He was describing awful, horrific things, and yet the words he used were so gorgeous that I was never disgusted. I'm not squeemish, but burns are pretty gruesome and I never felt grossed out. I got the perfect idea of what happened and what the results looked like, but I could "see" them in my mind without discomfort because of the way Davidson painted the picture. That is art! ...more
The Gargoyle: the mesmerizing story of one man's descent into personal hell and his quest for salvation...is how this book is described but even though it is told from this point of view, I felt it more from the other side. Enduring and unquestioning love and faith. I love how she had not a single doubt about her feelings or her beliefs. I did need to take a big breath at the finish of this story to let the weight of everything settle. Very thought provoking.