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Alchemystic (A Spellmason Chronicle) by Anton Strout
Cover Artist: Blake Morrow
Review by Drew Bittner
Ace Mass Market Paperback  ISBN/ITEM#: 9781937007799
Date: 25 September 2012 List Price $7.99 Amazon US / Amazon UK

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Alexandra Belarus is a struggling artist and the daughter of a wealthy New York family. When an untimely death propels her into the family real estate business, Lexi finds that her family has a guardian--and a secret. But unless she can fathom these mysteries, and fast, Lexi and her friends might find that even the help of a living gargoyle won't save them.

From official release/information:

Product Description: Alexandra Belarus is a struggling artist living in New York City, even though her family is rich in real estate, including a towering Gothic Gramercy Park building built by her great-great-grandfather. But the truth of her bloodline is revealed when she is attacked on the street and saved by an inhumanly powerful winged figure. A figure who knows the Belarus name... Lexi's great-great-grandfather was a Spellmason--an artisan who could work magic on stone. But in his day, dark forces conspired against him and his, so he left a spell of protection on his family. Now that Lexi is in danger, the spell has awoken her ancestor's most trusted and fearsome creation: a gargoyle named Stanis. Lexi and Stanis are equally surprised to find themselves bound to each other. But as they learn to work together, they realize that only united can they save the city they both love...

(Source: Ace)

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