The Grimm Prequels Book 5:


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The fifth installment in The Grimm Prequels 19-24. Over 300 pages of revelations and factual retellings!

Friday the Thirteenth (Grimm Prequel #19) as told by Wendy Darling
Sleeping Beauty explains why people fear Friday the 13th. She explores the event from the beginning of history, revealing a terrible conclusion about herself.

The Fisherman's Son (Grimm Prequel #20) as told by the Fisherman's Son
A Fisherman's Son tells of how he embarked on a sea voyage with pirates looking for a treasure island, only to discover something even more precious.

Lady Bluebeard (Grimm Prequel #21) as told by Angel Von Sorrow
It's the 19th century, Angel Von Sorrow is hiding in London, trying to forget the Kingdom of Sorrow ever existed. But when a mysterious woman visits him and asks him about the diary of Lady Bluebeard, Angel confesses a centuries-old family secret.

Thirteen Years of Snow (Grimm Prequel #22) as told by Sandman Grimm
Based on an overlooked fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen, a woman is left in isolation with her children on a snowbound island while her husband sails away to the sea. Then something happens, and she realizes she has to choose between her husband and her children.

Sun, Moon & Sorrow (Grimm Prequel #23) as told by Lady Shallot
Lady Shallot did not have an ordinary childhood, nor did she live on an ordinary island. She will always remember her encounter with the dark man who taught her how to weave the Kingdom of Sorrow -- and the whole world.

Spindle Spindle Little Star (Grimm Prequel #24) as told by Grandmother Madly
Grandmother Madly explains how Jack discovered he was 'awesome' and exposes a childhood secret, one that changed him, and the fate of the Kingdom of Sorrow, forever.

Don't miss the Grimm Prequels Omnibus (prequels 1-8) which is available now!

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