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The Grimm Conclusion - Adam Gidwitz, Hugh D'Andrade
The Grimm Conclusion
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Adam Gidwitz, Hugh D'Andrade (Illustrator),Hardcover, English-language edition,Pub by Penguin Young Readers Group
Adam Gidwitz, Hugh D'Andrade (Illustrator),Hardcover, English-language edition,Pub by Penguin Young Readers Group
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Format: hardcover
ISBN: 9780525426158 (0525426159)
Publisher: Dutton Juvenile
Pages no: 368
Edition language: English
Series: A Tale Dark & Grimm (#3)
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The Relaxed Ravenous Reader
The Relaxed Ravenous Reader rated it
4.0 The Grimmer Retelling of A Grimm Stories
Title: A Tale and Dark Grimm (#1); In A Glass Grimly (#2)and The Grimm Conclusion (#3) Series: A Tale and Dark Grimm Series Author: Adam Gidwitz Publisher: Dutton's Children Books; Gramedia Pustaka Utama Publication Time: 2010-2013 Blurb: Book #1 In this mischievous and utterly original debut, Hanse...
Danielle's Reading Adventures
Danielle's Reading Adventures rated it
5.0 And they lived happily ever after (fingers crossed!!!)
I am sad that this series is over, but it ends in such a satisfying way. I do think that this series is required reading for those who like fairy tales and especially clever retellings. Each volume ups the ante on the grim aspect of fairy tales. Each book seems less appropriate for a younger audienc...
Bashara Likes Books
Bashara Likes Books rated it
3.0 The Grimm Conclusion
I adore Adam Gidwitz and it pains me to say that I think a bit of the magic finally wore off a bit with this final entry in his Grimm series. As I started this book I found myself chuckling and gasping just as I did with the first two and then about half way through it all got a little preachy and ...
The Reading Jackalope
The Reading Jackalope rated it
2.0 The Grimm Conclusion
not as good as the other two. The book got entirely too meta for my tastes.
Kaethe rated it
4.0 The Grimm Conclusion
All the narrative snarkyness of Lemony Snicket combined with the vital importance of stories of Terry Pratchett. Good fun, retelling the Grim stories with all the original gore, although skipping the sex bits. Library copy.
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