|Let Gorgons Be Gorgons|
Let Gorgons Be Gorgons is the second in a series of e-book novels written by Paul Ruditis and published by Harper Collins Canada. The book was released in four separate parts on September 29th 2015 and then released as a whole on February 2nd, 2016. The story is set in between the ninth and tenth seasons of Charmed.
When Piper, Phoebe, and Paige undo a spell that turned a local politician to stone, they enlist the help of their sister, Prue, confined on the magical Nexus, little realize the powerful magic behind the hex. As attacks on Innocents mount, the Charmed Ones are to learn that the most heinous of mythical creatures—a Gorgon—is to blame.
Freed from her underground tomb, Medusa joins her sisters in a crusade to avenge womankind, turning those who cross her to stone forever. At the same time, dark magic seems to be undoing all of Phoebe’s good works, distracting her from the impending battle with the Gorgons. With time running out, will the sisters be able to defeat Medusa and restore their Innocents to life?
Inspired by the hit televisions series of Charmed, the new novel Charmed: Let Gorgons Be Gorgons continues the story of the Halliwell witches. With only the Book of Shadows to guide them, the Halliwell sisters are the fulfillment of their ancestor Melinda Warren’s prophecy that three sisters descending from her line would become the most powerful witches of all time. The sisters use the Power of Three to protect the Innocent and banish evil from the Earthly realm.
- Medusa: A gorgon beheaded by Perseus.
- Stheno and Euryale: Medusa's sisters.
- Dafydd: A fallen Cupid, and Coop's mentor.
- Reality Warping: Prue used her powers to magically set and clear the dinner table, make a chair disappear, widen her sofa, and duplicate a statue. She was also able to intercept the gorgon’s next plan and sense their location.
- Hovering: She used this power to hover while mediating and trying to sense the Gorgons’ next move.
- Premonition: Phoebe summoned a vision of a congressman being attacked by holding a mobile phone showing a photo.