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Necromancing the Stone by Lish McBride
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Aug 25, 2013

it was amazing
Read from August 14 to 25, 2013

Alexie Sherman summed up this book by saying a "funny scary book or a scary funny book" and I couldn't agree more! Lish McBride has done it again. Picking up where the first book ends, we find Sam learning to live in the estate owned by the man he murdered. Learning to live amongst a pukis, a witch, vampire, were-bear, yetis, various ghosts and hilarious garden gnomes, Sam must figure out how to navigate his new role on the Council as Necromancer. This new duty is not without challenges, particularly when Douglas returns to wreak havoc on things. It's the attention to detail in McBride's diction choices and hilarious and witty pop culture references that I love the most. Superb fun!

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