A little background. . . Garry: Derived from the medieval name Garrett, meaning hard or bold spear. Mythological character traits for the name Garrett include: bold, sturdy, solid, curious, imaginative, adaptable, introspective, averse to restriction, and possessing a strong sense of duty. Those with the name Garrett may be nervous and seek peace and harmony. They crave the love of family and friends.
Gargoyle: Middle English term derived from the Old French word gargouille, which means throat. The name Gargoyle evolved from the French Legend of Gargouille, the origin story of gargoyles. A version of this mythical tale is shared within this book.
Shamlaigh: The fictitious town featured in this story. Shamlaigh (Sham-lay) is a variation of the Irish Gaelic word, Samhlaigh, meaning imagination. This name was not only chosen due to its befitting meaning but also in honor of the creator of Garry The Gargoyle, Mary Christenson Wyman, who appreciated her strong Irish heritage and held a deep love of the culture.
Stay tuned for Garry's next adventures! Garry's Heroic Adventure Garry's Wild West Adventure Garry's Underwater Adventure Garry's Lost Adventure Garry's Double-Trouble Adventure Garry's Holiday Adventure Garry's Farewell Adventure