Night of Demons and Saints (Paperback)Menna van Praag (author)
And then there were three . . .
Once upon a time four sisters confronted their demonic father in the shadowy and enchanting other-world of Everwhere. The battle between them ended in devastating losses. The scars they carried from that fatal night slowly pushed the remaining sisters apart. But now they're being drawn back together - reuniting to try and resurrect what one of them has lost . . .
On the night of their twenty-first birthday, when the clock strikes midnight, when October ticks into November, when autumn wilts into winter, when All Hallows' Eve becomes All Saints' Day, the sisters Grimm will reach the zenith of their powers.
On this night, at this time, in the ethereal mist-bound realm of Everwhere, anything is possible. But when dark magic is released, tragedy will strike once more.
Acclaim for The Sisters Grimm:
'Vividly drawn, evocative and complex . . . absorbing and beautiful.' BRIDGET COLLINS, author of The Binding
'One of those rare finds: a vivid and fully-realised act of the imagination, written with the page-turning immediacy of the here and now, but overflowing with the wonder of the stories of old.' ROBERT DINSDALE, author of The Toymakers
'A very grown up fairy-tale with more than a nod to Angela Carter and Philip Pullman . . . spellbinding.' STARBURST
'Darkly beguiling . . . perfect for fans of rich and imaginative fantasy books akin to Erin Morgenstern and Neil Gaiman.' CULTUREFLY
'An entertaining and clever examination of folklore, female empowerment, and the system that attempts to keep women in check.' SciFiNOW
'A compelling, intensely poetic narrative of empowerment and self-realisation.' GUARDIAN
Publisher: Transworld Publishers Ltd
Number of pages: 320
Weight: 220 g
Dimensions: 198 x 127 x 19 mm
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“‘Tonight we’re stronger than we’ll ever be again.’”
“You think you’re ordinary. You never suspect that you’re stronger than you seem, braver than you feel or greater than you imagine.”
It’s been three years since we last spent time with the Sisters Grimm. We catch up... More
“Not the best sequel ever”
Although I really loved The Sisters Grimm, I felt that didn't really need a follow up; it took me a while to get back into the characters, and I felt they'd really done their time in the last book.
“Night of Demon and Saints”
The Night of Demons and Saints by Menna Van Praag
Nights of Demons and Saints is a readable and compelling book. This book is the sequel to the Sisters Grimm, which you should read first. In Nights we are taken back... More
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