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'NOTHING IS QUITE WHAT IT SEEMS in GRYMM'
From a grotesque letting agent who seems to want to eat their baby brother, a cafe owner whose milkshakes contain actual maggots and the horribly creepy butcher, baker and candlestick-maker, Mina and Jacob soon realise that nothing in Grymm is what it appears to be.
And then things get seriously weird ...
From The Guardian online:
"Keith Austin deserves to take his place, up there with Stephen King and Neil Gaiman.”
PUBLISHED by Random House UK and Australia.
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