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The Skeleth: Book 2 of The Nethergrim Epic The Skeleth: Book 2 of The Nethergrim Epic

by Matthew Jobin

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"This series starter is reminiscent of epic fantasy series such as C.S. Lewis' The Chronicles of Narnia or J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings. The characters are strongly drawn and . . . [t]here is a compelling blend of magic, romance, looming evil, and noble sacrifice.
-- VOYA

"The Nethergrim reminded me of a cross between The Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter. . . I would really like to see this one on the big screen."
-- Brodart's Library Services

"Entertainingly told with many unique features, The Nethergrim reads like a classic."
-- Recommended by Richard C., Powells.com [Staff Pick at Powell's Books]

"I'd go ahead and say everything about this book screams BLOCKBUSTER FILM."
-- The Social Potato Reviews

"Riveting. Perfect for imaginative middle-grade readers craving a hearty magical adventure."
-- Booklist

"Fantasy fans will find much to enjoy in this elegant gem of a novel."
-- BCCB

"First in a planned trilogy, this is a solid debut for anthropologist Jobin, who steers clear of genre cliches while offering up a refreshingly metaphysical take on magic, a believably dark setting filled with unusual threats, and a seductive and manipulative villain."
-- Publishers Weekly