Book Spotlight: Anton Strout’s “Incarnate”

Anton Strout’s Spellmason Chronicles seem to have flown under my radar for a while, which is surprising given that the reviews that I have seen have been generally good ones, and the series sounds like one I’d enjoy reading. So I’m taking the opportunity to make sure that it stops flying under my radar, and to maybe see if I can help it stop flying under anyone’s else’s radar, but spotlighting the upcoming 3rd book in the series, Incarnate, which is hitting the bookstores on September 30th!

incarnateantonstrout When Alexandra Belarus discovered her family’s secret ability to breathe life into stone, she uncovered an entire world of magic hidden within New York City—a world she has accidentally thrown into chaos. A spell gone awry has set thousands of gargoyles loose upon Manhattan, and it’s up to Lexi and her faithful protector, Stanis, to put things right.

 But the stress of saving the city is casting a pall over Lexi and Stanis’s relationship, driving them to work separately to solve the problem. As Stanis struggles to unite the gargoyle population, Lexi forges unlikely alliances with witches, alchemists, and New York’s Finest to quell an unsettling uprising led by an ancient and deadly foe long thought vanquished.

 To save her city, Lexi must wield more power than ever before with the added hope of recovering a mysterious artifact that could change her world—and bring her closer to Stanis than she ever thought possible…

It’s an urban fantasywith magic and gargoyles! How have I managed to miss this so far?!

You’ll be hearing more about this series from me as the release date for Incarnate approaches!

Edit – It’s been brought to my attention that Strout has a giant giveaway going on right now, and you all need to go and enter it for the chance to win some seriously awesome stuff!

One comment on “Book Spotlight: Anton Strout’s “Incarnate”

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