Awdur: Brian John
Dyddiad Cyhoeddi: 05 Tachwedd 2004
Cyhoeddwr: Greencroft Books, Trefdraeth
Fformat: Clawr Meddal, 149x210 mm, 432 tudalen
Stori gyffrous am wrthdaro teuluol a rhamant wedi ei seilio ar ddyddiadur dychmygol gwraig ifanc ystâd fechan yng ngogledd Sir Benfro ar ddechrau'r 19eg ganrif. Dilyniant i On Angel Mountain a House of Angels.
For the first time since she became its Mistress, the Plas Ingli estate is in serious trouble. It is up to Martha to lead her family out of dark times - even if the journey will test her to her limits...
Volume 3 of the 'Angel Mountain' saga is very different from the others, with less brutality and less action, and with much of the story going on in the heroine's head. Mistress Martha, having been totally in control of her destiny in the last story, now has to discover her weaknesses. She suffers from deep depression and even paranoia as the story proceeds, as she convinces herself that she is being stalked by a strange creature who comes to be known as the "Nightwalker". As if that was not enough, she also has to cope with the sudden disappearance of her beloved Owain, and the sudden appearance on the doorstep of the Plas of a foundling child.
The story stretches over a period of 15 years, and at its conclusion, in the face of a terrible tragedy, Martha has to learn some hard lessons about trust and loyalty. The story is an uplifting one, for it is essentially about the nobility of the human spirit.