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Skulduggery Pleasant: The Faceless Ones

Skulduggery Pleasant -The Faceless Ones by Derek Landy is the third in the Skulduggery Pleasant series.
The book begins with Skulduggery Pleasant and Valkyrie on the outs with the Sanctuary as its leader, Guild, has taken a couple of Skulduggery’s remarks badly and essentially demoted them. 286 more words

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That time I died and came back as a vengeful skeleton

As some of you may be aware, I recently finished reading the Skulduggery Pleasant series.

My reaction was broadcast on twitter for all to see: 646 more words

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Guest Post! Demon Road, more like: Demon Whoa!

Time for another guest post, this time from Youngest Child who’s been reading the new Derek Landy book, kindly provided by the publisher via NetGalley. Take it away, Youngest! 1,006 more words

Skulduggery Pleasant: Playing with Fire

Skulduggery Pleasant -Playing with Fire by Derek Landy is the second in the Skulduggery Pleasant series.
This book sees the return of the first book’s main cast including our witty Skulduggery and his sarcastic sidekick Stephanie (now called Valkyrie Cain) as well as sword-swinging Tanith and the lovely China. 369 more words

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Skulduggery Pleasant Review

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“Tidak ada yang bertugas ketika vampir bekerja—vampir tidak bisa membedakan antara teman dan korban. Mereka tidak bisa mengendalikan rasa haus darah mereka, sama seperti rama-rama tidak dapat menahan diri terhadap cahaya terang.

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Frankie Dupont and the Review Fair Sabotage

Title: Frankie Dupont and the Science Fair Sabotage ( Book 3 )

Author: Julie Anne Grasso

Illustrator: Alexander Avellino

Pages: 115

Publisher: Self – Published… 175 more words

Thoughts on Skulduggery Pleasant: Mortal Coil by Derek Landy

I first came across Skulduggery Pleasant in a discount book shop. I had just been accepted to study for my a-levels in college and was feeling in a good mood so I entered the shop and saw it on the Fantasy shelf, that being my usual dwelling in such places. 636 more words

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