Gabriel's Clock

Hilton Pashley

No. of pages 304

Reviews
Great for age

Jonathan Smith thinks he’s a regular twelve-year-old living a normal life in England with his parents. His first clue to the contrary is the faceless monsters in suits and bowler hats that crash into his family’s cottage. It’s not until he wakes up alone in the unfamiliar village of Hobbes End that his true identity is revealed: his mother’s a demon, his dad’s an angel, and his grandfather Gabriel is the village’s angel-turned-clockmaker. As Jonathan’s one-of-a-kind angel-demon powers start to kick in, he wonders if he can prevent the archdemon Belial from taking over Heaven and Hell . . . let alone round up his parents. A swashbuckling fantasy debut!

 

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Gabriel's Clock was written by Hilton Pashley. It was written for young readers to enjoy. The book includes the character Jonathan Smith. The locations of Hobbes End and England are linked with this book.

Genres: fantasy

Tags: angels, demons, clockmaker, heaven and hell