Skulduggery Pleasant #6: Death Bringer

“My power is practically limitless,” Melancholia said softly. “I’d describe the sensation to you but words would not be sufficient. To understand what it’s like to be a god, you’d really have to be a god. Like me…”

The sixth hysterical horror starring Valkyrie and her skeletal sidekick! Think you’ve seen anything yet? Nope. Because the Death Bringer is about to rise… The Necromancers no longer need Valkyrie to be their Death Bringer. That’s a Good Thing. There’s just one catch. There’s a reason the Necromancers don’t need her. They’ve found their Death Bringer already – the person who will dissolve the doors between life and death. And that is a very, very Bad Thing…

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    13 February 2013

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    Derek Landy

    Derek Landy is the author of the bestselling Skulduggery books – the funniest dead detective ever!

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    Derek Landy has won multiple awards for his Skulduggery Pleasant series, including the Richard & Judy and Red House awards.

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