Skulduggery Pleasant - The Skulduggery Pleasant Grimoire (Skulduggery Pleasant): Unabridged edition
By Derek Landy, Read by Derek Landy, Kevin Hely, Eve Macklin, Alison McKenna, Sam Newton, James Goode and Christopher Ragland
An unmissable paraquel to the internationally bestselling Skulduggery Pleasant series, The Skulduggery Pleasant Grimoire is at once a thrilling recap of the books so far, a reference guide to characters, and a treasure-trove of bonus content.
As the Skulduggery Pleasant series nears its end (again), relive the adventure in this compendium of all things Skulduggery. Featuring a unique run-down of the books so far, it also includes an invaluable reference tool for the dizzying cast of characters, as well as bonuses, surprises, and a dark story all of its own. The Grimoire is an essential book for any Skulduggery fan.
Derek Landy lives near Dublin. Before writing his children\'s story about a sharply-dressed skeleton detective, he wrote the screenplays for a zombie movie and a murderous horror film. \"I think my career-guidance teacher is spinning in her grave,\" he says, \"or she would be if she were dead.\"
Praise for Derek Landy: -
”'Landy [has the] ability to craft an engaging story from start to finish.” - Inis
”'Derek Landy has been something of a publishing phenomenon.” - Irish Post
Praise for Skulduggery: -
'A gripping debut.' Phil Hogan, Observer -
”'Landy's witty style will win him fans of all ages … It's a good job Harry's [Potter] resigning before he's forcibly retired.” - Irish Mail on Sunday
'Hugely enjoyable - a thrill-a-minute adventure.' Jonathan Stroud, author of the BARTIMAEUS TRILOGY -
'It's exciting, pacy, nicely handled and fun. I sincerely hope Landy revisits these characters.' Philip Ardagh, Guardian -
'Skulduggery Pleasant serves up a thoroughly satisfying blend of humour, magic and adventure. Once you've met Stephanie and Skullduggery, you'll be clamouring for a sequel.' Rick Riordan, author of the PERCY JACKSON series -
”'A remarkably accomplished debut with wonderful dialogue.” - Robert Dunbar, Irish Times
”'A rip-roaring adventure.” - Irish Sunday Independent