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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.
It's been years since I read this book for the first time and just finished rereading it this morning.
Regardless, Sabriel is a book that I can (and have) read again and again, and I highly recommend it to people who enjoy the young adult/fantasy genre.
Garth Nix has created a rich world that he brings vividly to live with his beautiful, descriptive writing.
Garth Nix is the best author ever! This series is awesome. I love all of his books except for a Confusion of Princes, not sure what he was smoking when he wrote that.Published 11 days ago by P. Deonarain
Sabriel is a very strong character. She is sympathetic, proactive and while in the beginning she isn't very confident in her abilities she slowly grows, as the story progresses, to... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Panagiota Bourha
Read it in middle school. Pretty entertaining story with plenty of imagination.Published 18 days ago by shopper
The minute I first read this book I read about the undead, magic and usual war weapons I kept on reading till the end i recomend reading this book to people who read these type of... Read morePublished 1 month ago by amazing game
I really don't like the new redesigned covers, I like the old illustrated ones way more. I really like the clothes. Read more
You might think I like Garth Nix' work because we share a last name. Not so fast! Sabriel is a unique concept that takes place in a unique world that closely resembles our own in... Read morePublished 1 month ago by David J. Nix
This was not very well done for me. I enjoyed the concept, and I do think that one star was given to the unique magic system, though I did not care for it personally. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Joe
Death and the sound of bells... an interesting mix. I eagerly await reading the next book and the adventures in it.Published 1 month ago by Carrie R. Green
I love this entire series. It is one of few that I have read 3 or more times.Published 1 month ago by Tessa Polizzi