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Disfigured Angel is an urban fantasy/horror. Subject matters include birth defects,
an ancient curse, cannibalism, brutal violence, death, rape, and bi-polar symbiosis.
Anyone with mental health issues should exercise caution.

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"Magnificent! W. Wright is about to do for the lowly gargoyle
what Bram Stroker did for the vampire!" - Chandler

"W. Wright's unique narrative style of writing reminds me of
the late Richard Laymon. A great story that escalates until it
scares the living crap out of you!" - Raymond T.

“This book has it all. A fascinating origin, forbidden love,
drama, mad scientist, suspense, police and military action,
monsters, violence, & much more.” - Whitman

"Part one cleverly lays the groundwork and builds with
nervous intensity. Part two will have you on the edge of
your seat. Part three is an absolute terrifying ride! - Harper

"This novel would send a cold chill up the
spine of Stephen King himself!" - Dorian

"My book club kept talking about this novel so I read it.
Now I know what all the fuss was about. W. Wright gives
just enough detail to let your mind complete your own
concepts of the characters and the action. A mind-blowing
tale that will satisfy your craving for horror!"- Sebastian

"A compelling, irresistible, and disturbing urban fantasy!
You'll not want to put it down." - Keppler

"An unsettling beginning that becomes a slow burn. The action
then explodes onto the page as your mind envisions the incredible
tale as it unfolds. I couldn't read this book fast enough to satisfy
my desire to see how it all ends!" - Yontz

"Simply the best gargoyle story ever written.
It's the stuff nightmares are made of!" - Demetrius

"Five stars, people are going to be talking about this
novel, if the ending doesn't overwhelm them!" - Blevins

“Absolutely insane! 5 stars shining bright! One of the
best monster stories I've read in years.” - Harris

“Five stars! Now excuse me while I call my therapist.
W. Wright presents a story that ends with a jaw
dropping and terrifying conclusion!” - Barnes

“Beware the taste of blood
for it precedes the taste of stone.”


Story takes place in modern day Chicago, Illinois.

Adam Lucius Evans had a troubling birth, a hidden childhood, a challenging life, and he faces a nightmare of a future. Father Harris and Sister Elizabeth see him as a disfigured angel. Others see him as a demon. Luke becomes a friend to the hungry and the homeless of Chicago. He will answer the call when his city needs a champion. He will fall in love, but his deformities will prevent him from expressing his feelings. The young monk has the singing voice of an angel, yet he must stay hidden beneath hooded tunics. He was born with Hurler’s Syndrome, also known as gargoylism. But something unimaginable will enter his life unexpectedly. A deadly darkness will inhabit Luke’s consciousness. Deep within the inner abode of young Luke’s mind a vicious beast will manifest itself. It is an ancient creature and extremely clever. Believed to have first appeared in old Romania, they were given the name of gargoyle. The origin of these creatures is wrapped in mystery and shrouded by deception. The truth is perhaps lost in history forever. Luke’s physical appearance was bad enough without this entity’s strange presence. When he allows it to take control of his body Luke transforms into a brutal monster. However, Luke feels that he truly needs this terrifying inner beast if he is to survive the dark streets of Chicago’s River District. Yet, he can’t help but wonder, will this strange symbiote be his salvation or will it become his eternal damnation?

“In a time of crisis, let not darkness
from within your soul arise.”

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