The Darkangel

Meredith Ann Pierce

The Darkangel

The Darkangel

  • Title: The Darkangel
  • Author: Meredith Ann Pierce
  • ISBN: 9780006724445
  • Page: 287
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The Darkangel Darkangel Trilogy, by Meredith Ann Pierce The Darkangel Darkangel Trilogy Aeriel is kidnapped by the darkangel, a black winged vampyre of astounding beauty and youth In his castle keep, she serves his wives, wraiths whose souls he stole She must kill him before his next marriage and comes into full power, but is captivated by his magnificent beauty and inner spark of goodness. The Darkangel The Darkangel Trilogy The Darkangel, her very first book, was an ALA Best Book, a New York Times Notable Children s Book, a Parent s Choice Award Superbook, a Booklist Best Book of the Decade, and was honored with the IRA s annual Children s Book Award and the California Young Reader Medal. The Darkangel Darkangel Trilogy read online free by The Darkangel Darkangel Trilogy Aeriel is kidnapped by the darkangel, a black winged vampyre of astounding beauty and youth In his castle keep, she serves his wives, wraiths whose souls he stole. The Dark Angel Design Co Fairytale, Gothic, Bohemian The Dark Angel Design Co In our store you will find an extensive collection of beautiful fairytale designs We are renowned for our exquisite dresses and gowns which are perfect for gothic, medieval pagan weddings, proms or costume balls. The Darkangel book by Meredith Ann Pierce Thriftbooks Meredith Ann Pierce s The Darkangel is the first book in a stylized epic trilogy set in a world that is so dry and thin aired it can barely support its population although it

Aeriel is kidnapped by the darkangel, a black winged vampyre of astounding beauty and youth In his castle keep, she serves his 13 wives, wraiths whose souls he stole She must kill him before his next marriage and comes into full power, but is captivated by his magnificent beauty and inner spark of goodness Will she choose to save humanity or his soul

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First published in 1982 'The Darkangel' by Meredith Ann Pierce is the first in the Darkangel trilogy. The series is being reissued by Little, Brown & Company with gorgeous new covers. I have to admit that the cover is what first caught my eye. But I was lucky that it wasn’t just another pretty face, what I found within the pages is a solid young adult fantasy worth reading more than once. The Darkangel, once a mortal and not quite a vampire, must have 14 brides before he can come into his [...]

Έπεσε τυχαία στα χέρια μου(ή στην οθόνη του υπολογιστή μου) το βιβλίο της Meredith Ann Pierce Darkangel,το πρώτο μέρος της ομώνυμης τριλογίας φαντασίας και αφού είδα ότι ήταν δημοσιευμένο το 1982 οι προσδοκίες μου έπεσαν απότομα,όντας προκατειλημμένο και ξεροκέφαλο ον. Κι όμως,διάβασα αυτ [...]

*Almost 4 stars*I first came upon this story when I was looking at books under the GRs tag 'Villains As Romantic Love Interests'. I had never heard of this author and the thing that came to mind when I began reading the story was THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA. It contained an alternate reality, the theme of 'light versus dark', and a hidden meaning waiting for the reader to discover. I also thought Ms. Pierce might have been a pseudonym of the New Zealand author Sherryl Jordan. Their writing styles w [...]

Negative, negative stars. Quite possibly the worst book I have read, ever. Or, rather, pseudo-read. I read, with great torture, the first 100+ pages. In these, I found there was much monotony. Much, much monotony. Very little contact with the icarus, no character formation there. Basically, accept for appearing at the beginning and again at the end, he was a nonentity. Aeriel was barely formed, and there is no connection with her. I only know she had feelings because the author said so. There wa [...]

I'd been hearing lots and lots about Meredith Ann Pierce long before I ever picked up one of her books. For the longest time I associated her in my head with a book called The Woman Who Loved Reindeer. And neither the title nor the cover did anything for me. But, as is so often the case, I had several friends who highly recommended her Darkangel trilogy. And they were persistent enough and vociferous enough that I finally picked up the THE DARKANGEL (much more interesting title and premise) to g [...]

1.5 starsWhen it comes right down to it, this is a Beauty and the Beast retelling. Sure there is a "quest" in there but it is, essentially, Beauty and the Beast. I suppose I was hoping for something more interesting than I found, the author was clearly trying to be interesting but I found it largely dull.First of all there is little to no character development. The vampyre was the most interesting character and that is largely only because he had a variety of moods (which is saying a lot that he [...]

Aeriel was bought at the slave markets as a baby and raised alongside her young mistress, Eoduin, the beautiful daughter of the town syndic. Now nearly a woman grown, she accompanies Eoduin in the climb up the mountain to collect hornbloom nectar for Eoduin's cousin's wedding - the tradition being that you are not married until the bride and groom have shared the bridal cup, and the bride's cousin must collect it on the day. But when they reach the mountaintop, the Darkangel flies down, all pale [...]

I picked this book up at Barnes&Noble last night because it stands out in my memory as a book I loved when I first read it in the seventh grade. Indeed, ten years later, it is still an enjoyable read.Surprisingly, what I most enjoyed about this book is the author's detailed and beautiful description of the landscape and creatures of Solstar, the fantasy world in which this story takes place. The land and the beings that reside in it are familiar, and yet different and quite unique. I found t [...]

I am so happy that I found this book. I read this book at least twice growing up and it touched my heart. It was a very good love story in a very unusual way. It was about the power of love and sacrifice, and all that sappy stuff that I just love. I searched for this book for many years because I didn't remember the title and it was one of the books I read from the library and habitually checked out. This is supposed to be a vampire story, but I always thought of it as a fallen angel story. I ca [...]

I have to wonder now if I loved this book because I read it in high school (and reread, and reread, and reread). I borrowed somebody else's copy of the book club edition of the trilogy so often that they finally just gave it to me. I was drawn in my the happy ending of the first story, but then the author takes it so much further in the second book, and then even further in the third; not your typical story. I was always amazed by the foundations the author built in the first book that supported [...]

Originally Reviewed on The Book Smugglers: thebooksmugglers/2012/02/bWhile gathering the ceremonial herbs and flowers on the eve of a great wedding celebration, handmaid Aeriel and her mistress Eoduin ascend the highest peaks overlooking their village – and Eoduin’s natural grace and beauty attracts the eye of the Darkangel. A cruel, blood-drinking, soul-stealing vampyre, one of seven icari, the Darkangel steals Eoduin as his thirteenth bride, much to Aeriel’s terror and dismay. In her que [...]

How to make justice to a book that blew you away when you first read it?Ariel is accompanying her mistress-Edouin up on the mountain to gather some flowers. Then suddenly Edouin is snatched and abducted by a winged creature.Horrified she runs to tell everyone that Edouin has been kidnapped. But no one believes her Except for a strange blind old woman who tells her the creature she saw was a vampyre and that he kidnapped Edouin to become his "wife" wich essentially means to steal her soul Ariel d [...]

This is a fairytale in the truest sense of the word. However, it's main 'un'fairytale-like quality is that one of the two main characters is a vampire. The other is a girl who falls for him but don't make the mistake of thinking it's going to be an angsty teenage fantasy the likes of which Ms Meyer offers because it's not. You'll be disappointed if that's what you're after. The cover makes it look like any other ten-a-penny vampire fantasy but it couldn't be more different if it tried.This was f [...]

Simply put, The Darkangel is one of the very best of vampire/fantasy novels I had read in the recent years. Yes it’s a YA book but so what, it is well written, it’s one hell of magical and fascinating book to read anyway.The Darkangel is a story of fantasy and supernatural mixed with a hint of sci-fi. The tale begins when a slave-girl Aeriel, went to confront the fearsome darkangel(winged vampyer created by the evil water witch) after her young mistress and friend was kidnapped to be the dar [...]

The Darkangel, a winged creature that is reeking havoc in its world, is on the lookout for another wife. His thirteenth, in fact. And Aeriel, a lowly village servant girl, is there to witness the kidnapping.Her mistress is taken abruptly by the Darkangel, as is Aeriel who means to kill the Darkangel (and falls under his spell instead).The Darkangel takes Aeriel to his castle, where she is to serve the thirteen souless wraiths (wives), who insist that Aeriel MUST kill the Darkangel when he takes [...]

I liked this alot! After about 2 days of reading I am amazed. I need volume 2 ASAP!5/5 Gorgeous Fantasy, Read It.

Aeriel and her mistress, Eoduin, are out one day, away from their village, when the Darkangel kidnaps Eoduin to be his bride. Aeriel hopes to avenge her mistress by killing the vampyre, but she is kidnapped as well, to be his servant.The Darkangel's castle is dark and depressing, guarded by menacing, chained gargoyles. Aeriel is tasked with tending to the vampyres's thirteen wives, who have now become hideous, soulless wraiths. The wraiths urge her to kill the vampyre before he chooses a fourtee [...]

In theory, I like the idea of books that are told like a fairy tale or seem fairy tale inspired. However most of the time when I pick one up I have a hard time getting into it. I think part of the problem, as with this book here too, is the heroines are frequently written very one dimensional. The heroine in this book isn't too bad, but she is still written in a similar way. She's so sweet and docile that even though she's the slave of the lady that the Darkangel kidnaps and she's been treated p [...]

This series was one of my favorites as a teen. Book 1 of the Dark Angel trilogy introduces us to Aeriel, a slave who ends up following her lifelong friend after she was captured by a Darkangel. His goal is to take 14 wives as sacrifices so that he may become a full fledged vampire. Aeriel's friend, Euodine, is to be his 13th wife. Aeriel plots to be captured as well, the Darkangel deciding to take her so as to serve his wives. Upon meeting the Darkangel, she is stricken by his beauty. While he i [...]

Read this when I was still in high school happened to find it walking through the book aisle in Walgreens and wasn't all that sure I'd like it, but immediately fell in love with it and with Pierce's storytelling and forshadowing. About two years later I was walking through the same store and found the second book in the trilogy, A Gathering of Gargoyles, and was downright jumping for joy. Devoured the book that night and was even more enthusiastic to read the continuation of this story in the t [...]

This book reminded me a bit of the Narnia books for some reason. Possibly due to the talking lion and the friendly gnome creature that tells stories to the main character. It also reminds me a bit of Lord of the Rings in the sense that some poem/saying is strewn throughout the entire novel. The story was interesting enough, though when you pull it all together it could be summarized in a sentence or two. Also, the ending is a bit of a surprise. One second you are engrossed in the book, and the n [...]

This is a book that sounds cliche and unappealing when you try to describe it's subject or plot. The reality of it is graceful and has the quality of a fairytale however. The sci-fi aspect (setting) is integrated with subtlety as opposed to tacked on, and the main character is neither cowering or feisty. She is a fairytale heroine. She does what must be done, treats others with care and and respect, but is secondary to the story and her destiny, more than looming larger than life. It's a surpris [...]

God this is SO EIGHTIES. More like sci-fi than fantasy, this book takes place on the moon WAY into the future, where things are medieval-like. The language bothered me, but I think that was just a product of the times--it was very flowery and strangely formal. I also thought the beginning was pretty boring after she was taken to the Darkangel's castle, and I was also annoyed at how Aerial was so dense. Oh well, it was still very different from any other vampire teen book I've ever read, and it's [...]

This is a review originally posted on Hey Ashers!Spoiler Rating: ModerateDear Lizzy,I've lugged veritable carloads of novels home from Half Price Books, most of which have subsequently been lugged back to Half Price Books for reselling. The Darkangel came home with me, oh, five or six years ago, and has sat brooding on my shelf until a few days ago, when I finally decided, Eh, it's time.Ignoring the weirdness of "astounding youth" (what is he, a toddler?) and "beautiful terror" (I don't even [...]

Aeriel is a young slave-girl, who serves Eoduin, the pretty daughter of the town syndic. Being only 2 years younger than Eoduin makes them close friends as well as mistress and slave, and Aeriel very much looks up to the older girl. One day Aeriel and Eoduin are on high on the mountains outside of town, picking flower nectar for a traditional drink for a wedding thats soon to be held in town. But while they are separately wandering on the mountain, a darkangel flies down - a luminous pale being [...]

Well, this WAS inventive and beautiful, butI guess I was just hoping for something more than that. There's so little character development that it was impossible for me to feel any attachment to anybody, and I kept waiting around wondering when the darkangel's supposed deep-down goodness would manifest itself, but it never really did, until his circumstances drastically changed at the very end. I never quite figured out how Aeriel came to love him--it seemed that they spent very little actual ti [...]

I had an enjoyable afteroon reading this one at the beach. Aeriel is a slave/companion of a girl named Euodin. She's been bullied into helping her gather flowers for a wedding on the mountains. Eeodin doesn't take Aeriels concerns or the tales about a vampyre who kidnaps pretty girls seriously.When she's taken Aeriel is blamed and is told she'll be going back to the slave markets in a month.Seeing that no one else in the village is going to avenge her mistress she decides to kill the vampyre her [...]

I already this book!It's been a few years, but I've totally read it. I'll check out the second book now. ^_^

I suspect that I would have liked this one more had I read it when I was a kid. There's some really imaginative stuff here that's reminiscent of the other fantasy books I read at the time, and the ending promises a more exciting story in the sequel.As it stands, I was pretty lukewarm on this. The writing is a bit dry, and it felt like everything moved too fast; I never felt any connection to the main character. She never seemed to make a decision on her own: she did what the duarough or the Pend [...]

Pierce, M.A. (1982). The Darkangel. New York: Harcourt Brace & Company.0152017682What-hoe, Twilight fangirls (and fanboys)! Vampire romance ahead. (That is, if you're cool with the 'vampyre' spelling)But first a warning. This ain't no sparkly, vegetarian, beautiful, stalker vamp. This vampYre, darkangel, is a winged, soul-sucking, dark cold soon to be full-fledged vamp. Okay, so he's still "beautiful." The one thing Meyer and Pierce can agree on about vamps is that they should be described a [...]

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