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Garth Nix delves deep into the mystical underworld of necromancy, magic, and the monstrous undead. This tale is not for the faint of heart; imbedded in the classic good-versus-evil story line are subplots of grisly ghouls hungry for human life to perpetuate their stay in the world of the living, and dark, devastating secrets of betrayal and loss. Just try to put this book down. For more along this line, try Nix's later novel: Shade's Children. (Ages 12 and older) --Emilie Coulter --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
This is my go-to book whenever I want to reread something. It's been one of my favorites for many years now.Published 4 days ago by sami_caity
Always looking for a good fantasy story and this was definitely interesting enough to make me want to read the second one in the series.Published 12 days ago by Sue Hoffman
Very well written, although I didn't love any of the characters. It's an excellent YA story, although I don't think anything matches Tamora Pierce's incomparable The Song of the... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Lethe2010
Great story of necromancy that was a little dry in a few places.Published 18 days ago by Michelle Carrell
Sabriel is going to boarding school in Ancelstierre when she receives a ghostly message from her father. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Crystal Starr Light
This is a great read! Very hard to put down. Excellent character development & intriguing plots. I'm 3/4 into the next book in the series.
I highly recommend this series!