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The Grimm Conclusion

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The Grimm Conclusion by Adam Gidwitz
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Sep 02, 2014 | ISBN 9780142427361
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    Sep 02, 2014 | ISBN 9780142427361 | Middle Grade (10 and up)

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    Oct 08, 2013 | ISBN 9780525426158 | Middle Grade (10 and up)

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    Oct 08, 2013 | ISBN 9781101612552 | Middle Grade (10 and up)

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    Oct 15, 2019 | 356 Minutes | Middle Grade (10 and up)

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Praise for The Grimm Conclusion:

* “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it, and Gidwitz deploys his successful formula of bloody happenings and narratorial intrusion in his third and final installment of unexpurgated fairy tales. … Underneath the gore, the wit, and the trips to Hell and back, this book makes it clearer than ever that Gidwitz truly cares about the kids he writes for.” —Publishers Weekly starred review
 
“Entertaining story-mongering, with traditional and original tropes artfully intertwined.”—Kirkus Reviews

“The conclusion to the trilogy that began with A Tale Dark and Grimm (2010) and continued with In a Glass Grimmly (2012, both Dutton) is equally gorey and awesomely dark. … As innovative as they are traditional, the stories maintain clear connections with traditional Grimm tales while creatively connecting to the narrative, and all the while keeping the proceedings undeniably grisly and lurid. … Readers will rejoice.”— School Library Journal

“Adam Gidwitz continues his eerily funny Grimm fairytale takeoffs with fresh takes on Cinderella, Rumpelstiltskin, and the Juniper Tree. Perfect for snuggle up reads.”—Barnes & Noble

“Entertaining story-mongering, with traditional and original tropes artfully intertwined.” — Kirkus Reviews

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