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The lost letters of Brother Gabriel : a Dark divine original story

Author: Bree Despain
Publisher: [New York] : [Egmont], [2011]
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Brother Gabriel, Daniel's mentor and an ancient Urbat, plays an important role in The Lost Saint as well as the upcoming conclusion to the Dark Divine trilogy, The Savage Grace. We were first introduced to Gabriel in The Dark Divine when Grace recieves a book of ancient letters that Gabriel (a young monk at the time) wrote to his sister during the Crusades, detailing his search to know more about the Urbat. The book  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Epistolary fiction
Fiction
Material Type: Document, Fiction, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Bree Despain
ISBN: 9781606843994 1606843990
OCLC Number: 773931136
Description: 1 online resource
Responsibility: [Bree Despain].

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Brother Gabriel, Daniel's mentor and an ancient Urbat, plays an important role in The Lost Saint as well as the upcoming conclusion to the Dark Divine trilogy, The Savage Grace. We were first introduced to Gabriel in The Dark Divine when Grace recieves a book of ancient letters that Gabriel (a young monk at the time) wrote to his sister during the Crusades, detailing his search to know more about the Urbat. The book of letters ends just before Gabriel falls to the Urbat curse, leaving us to wonder what happened to him in the following years to turn him into the man he is today. Most of Gabriel's letters were written during the thirteenth century, and later translated and compiled by an Orthodox priest in the eighteenth century. For whatever reason, some of Gabriel's letters were lost after translation and did not make it into that original book. But good news! A few of these "lost letters," detailing Gabriel's fall to the Urbat curse and his quest to seek revenge on the man responsible for his demise, have recently been "discovered" by the indomitable crew at Egmont USA, and are compiled here for your reading pleasure. I hope you enjoy The Lost Letters of Brother Gabriel. I think they give a lot more depth to Brother Gabriel's character and the mythology of the Dark Divine trilogy. Always, Bree Despain.

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