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The seventh installment in the biggest, funniest, most thrilling comedy-horror-adventure series in the universe - and the follow-up to 2011’s number-one bestseller, Death Bringer… Magic is a disease. Across the land, normal people are suddenly developing wild and unstable powers. Infected by a rare strain of magic, they are unwittingly endangering their own lives and the liv The seventh installment in the biggest, funniest, most thrilling comedy-horror-adventure series in the universe - and the follow-up to 2011’s number-one bestseller, Death Bringer… Magic is a disease. Across the land, normal people are suddenly developing wild and unstable powers. Infected by a rare strain of magic, they are unwittingly endangering their own lives and the lives of the people around them. Terrified and confused, their only hope lies with the Sanctuary. Skulduggery Pleasant and Valkyrie Cain are needed now more than ever. And then there's the small matter of Kitana. A normal teenage girl who, along with her normal teenage friends, becomes infected. Becomes powerful. Becomes corrupted. Wielding the magic of gods, they're set to tear the city apart unless someone stands up against them. Looks like it's going to be another one of those days…


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The seventh installment in the biggest, funniest, most thrilling comedy-horror-adventure series in the universe - and the follow-up to 2011’s number-one bestseller, Death Bringer… Magic is a disease. Across the land, normal people are suddenly developing wild and unstable powers. Infected by a rare strain of magic, they are unwittingly endangering their own lives and the liv The seventh installment in the biggest, funniest, most thrilling comedy-horror-adventure series in the universe - and the follow-up to 2011’s number-one bestseller, Death Bringer… Magic is a disease. Across the land, normal people are suddenly developing wild and unstable powers. Infected by a rare strain of magic, they are unwittingly endangering their own lives and the lives of the people around them. Terrified and confused, their only hope lies with the Sanctuary. Skulduggery Pleasant and Valkyrie Cain are needed now more than ever. And then there's the small matter of Kitana. A normal teenage girl who, along with her normal teenage friends, becomes infected. Becomes powerful. Becomes corrupted. Wielding the magic of gods, they're set to tear the city apart unless someone stands up against them. Looks like it's going to be another one of those days…

30 review for Kingdom of the Wicked

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jasmine

    Since the beginning of summer, I’ve waited for this book. And waited... And waited some more... The Australians and New Zealanders got it first. A month before anyone else. I was furious beyond explanation. I waited... It was released early on Kindle. I can’t read a Kindle (for some strange reason, my eyes get sore). I waited... The day before the offical release, I was in the bookstore and right in front of me; a guy held KOTW in his hands. And when I went to the desk, asking was my Since the beginning of summer, I’ve waited for this book. And waited... And waited some more... The Australians and New Zealanders got it first. A month before anyone else. I was furious beyond explanation. I waited... It was released early on Kindle. I can’t read a Kindle (for some strange reason, my eyes get sore). I waited... The day before the offical release, I was in the bookstore and right in front of me; a guy held KOTW in his hands. And when I went to the desk, asking was my order of KOTW in; they said no. I waited... Not once was I tempted by the evil spoilers, no matter how loud their cry was. The day came. The day when I got the call – a call I was waiting for months - saying KOTW had arrived. Then I got it. My heart filled with joy when my eyes first laid on it. Excitement ran through my blood, and when I returned to my car; I utterly ‘fangirled’. - Not actual footage, but close enough. I got home as fast as I possibly could. And there, I sat on my couch, just staring at it. All serene. Happy. Slightly crying, but happy all the same. Then, I threw myself a little party. And basically went nuts. Now that I’ve gotten that out of the way, back to the actual review; This was bloody amazing. I loved everything about this. I loved every moment. Every word. Skulduggery is his charming self and his young sidekick Valkyrie is still too ‘queen of the world’. Ever since she found out her True-Name, she’s been overly cocky and thinks that she is “wonderful in every way!” *sigh*, I wonder will we ever have our funny, little Valkyrie again? The one we saw in the first trilogy. Please come back, little Val, PLEASE! I’m happy to hint that everyone has a mention in this book (well… almost everybody). Which I loved. It was like looking back on memory lane, you know? Derek’s writing is it’s normal perfect self. Funny… Fasted paced… Filled with action and emotion… Detailed to perfection… I’m telling you: the man has 3D writing skills! I must move on to the violence. OH, there was lots and lots of violence. I love violence. It’s because I’m just a tad bit evil. Mahahaha… But I was also glad that they changed the age-rating on the back to 11+. This is very violent. The most violent yet. Skul and Val and everyone else seemed to be thrown around the place like a rag-doll. I can take violence, but I’m concerned about children that are young. You know, there will always be that little 9 year-old who just so happens to pick up the Skulduggery Pleasant books and get hooked. I think the series might be getting a bit too dark for little kids now. Speaking of evil, I loved Argeddion, Kitana and co. Kitana is just sick in the head and Argeddion is just plain nuts. Oh yeah, Argeddion is a pacifist. Well, he thinks he’s a pacifist. Pacifists don’t have a violent bone in them, right? Well; Argeddion kills four people. And still thinks he’s a pacifist. Idiot. I also loved another villain, but I’m afraid if I mention his name I might have ruined the book for you. Sorry. But I will mention that he is majorly creepy and powerful. Just how I like my villains. Oh yes. There are a lot of people running around in the node (or partly node. Does shirtless count?). I swear, at some point or another, everyone has been naked or had their shirt off. Seriously, Derek, are you becoming frisky on us? Tut tut… I’m not a Valduggery fan – I picture Val and Skul’s relationship more, ‘fatherly daughterly’ – but (sadly for me) there are hints that their relationship is getting… stronger. Happy now? The plot is amazingly complex. Seriously, it was awesome. My mind was blown away. Purely blown. As in; “BSHHHHHHHHOOOOOOOO!” Nice one Derek, you’ve out done yourself. I was a bit worried when I heard Mr Landy was going to do Sci-fi, since my relationship with Sci-fi is very unstable. I either love it and marry and have little Sci-fi-Babies with it, or; hate it and want to set fire to it. You know, like the way they burned Witches in the Salem Witch Trials. And watch it burn. BURN!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I shouldn’t have worried. Sci-fi actually suited the Skulduggery series. I feel I must mention the ending: *cue "O Factura" (the theme song from The Omen)* [image error] - actual footage. Sweet Mother of Marry! That was SOME ending. Such suspense… and suspicions are made true! But, if I’m guessing what YOU’RE suspecting about a certain character; prepare yourself for a curve-ball. Your about to be hit in the face. Because the ball your expecting will somehow miss you - then you'd think your safe - then, WAM! The curve ball. But I’m not happy about your little cliff-hanger, Derek. And I’m also not happy about the fact that I have to wait yet another year. And do you know what? If I ever see you Derek Landy; I’ll kick your ass. Because of this cliff-hanger. You better write fast, man, or I’ll come after you. (It’s kinda not a spoiler, but I’m hiding it just in case) (view spoiler)[I’m also not happy that you didn’t write about the cool Yeti fight. Not acceptable. NOT ACCEPTABLE, DEREK. (hide spoiler)]

  2. 5 out of 5

    Grüffeline

    "Hopefully, they'll see the funny side of it." "There's a funny side?" "I don't know. I'm hoping they'll see it and point it out to us." I love love love looooove the Skulduggery Pleasant books and this one is no exception! It's funny, it's thrilling, it's magical (yes, I think I'm repeating myself in my reviews to this series but I do not care)... The characters are just awesome and I live for the bickering and the dialogues, especially between Skulduggery and Valkyrie (and the more I reread a "Hopefully, they'll see the funny side of it." "There's a funny side?" "I don't know. I'm hoping they'll see it and point it out to us." I love love love looooove the Skulduggery Pleasant books and this one is no exception! It's funny, it's thrilling, it's magical (yes, I think I'm repeating myself in my reviews to this series but I do not care)... The characters are just awesome and I live for the bickering and the dialogues, especially between Skulduggery and Valkyrie (and the more I reread and the more this series continues, the more I ship the two of them... He would sacrifice the world to save you. I'm melting just thinking about it.). I always switched between laughter and holding my breath (even though I had already read this book a couple years back...) and I cannot stress enough how much I loved this. And because I just couldn't do this with just one quote (I feel like I marked half the pages in this book for great quotes, it was even hard to just choose these two), I'll finish my love letter with this: Peace means nothing without freedom.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Ryan Buckby

    Of course I want to kill you," said Skulduggery. "I want to kill most people. But then where would I be? In a field of dead people with no one to talk to Epilogue. HELLO! THAT WAS MESSED UP! i need more! This series just keeps blowing my expectations out of the water every single book that i read is just amazing and i just cannot say it honestly so if you haven't picked this series up please please do! Plot: Things are again full swing in this book and there are so many different stories happen Of course I want to kill you," said Skulduggery. "I want to kill most people. But then where would I be? In a field of dead people with no one to talk to Epilogue. HELLO! THAT WAS MESSED UP! i need more! This series just keeps blowing my expectations out of the water every single book that i read is just amazing and i just cannot say it honestly so if you haven't picked this series up please please do! Plot: Things are again full swing in this book and there are so many different stories happening at once it's crazy to see how they all come together towards the end. The bond between Skulduggery and Valkyrie is stronger than ever as they try to stop regular humans getting magical powers by someone one mysterious. I really enjoyed seeing more of these two together in more scenes again because every time they are together it just works and their bond is getting so strong that these two would die for each other at this point. Seeing Valkyrie go into an alternate reality was so cool to witness not only once but a few times throughout the book and it was good to see how she handled it once alone, once with her reflection and the last time with Skulduggery himself. too see the place at different times was also thing also because it showed that things moved on with the real time rather than things stay still when Valkyrie wasn't there. Am i the only one that really wanted to smack those teenagers who got those powers in the beginning of the book, there entire attitude changed from when they received them right up until they lost them. The leader Kitana really enjoyed having those powers a little to much and i was glad when she finally got the powers taken from her because she is definitely one person who could have been a massive threat later on if she hadn't had them taken away. I really wanna talk about how Carol and Valkyrie really had a nice moment with each other and how that whole scene really changed their relationship for the better. I mean they started to be nicer to each other but i feel like this scene in the book really just sealed it and i feel like they could have been really good ally's once Carol got a hold of her magic powers correctly. Ok.. that freaking epilogue that i didn't see coming at all! I knew Valkyries reflection wasn't really all right and i knew she would start to turn and become more aware of her own feelings and want to break free. The thing i really didn't see coming was her reflection killing her cousin and then wanting her to vacuum her up like nothing had happened and i think that's just about the most messed up thing i've ever read in my life. Book eight is going to have to live up to this one and hold this story to a whole new level going forward because i now have higher expectations going into that book than i did this one and i really hope that it does deliver!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Kribu

    ETA: Second read finished, just in time for book eight next week. It's still pretty damn powerful, and I think I noticed more details this time around - details that should very likely be relevant for Last Stand of Dead Men. I'm not ready for LSODM. I'm really not. But at the same time, I can't wait. (Knowing that there will be one more book after LSODM, I'm relatively sure some people will have to survive. Probably.) --- Original comments from 1 August 2012: --- Just finished, and... A more coherent ETA: Second read finished, just in time for book eight next week. It's still pretty damn powerful, and I think I noticed more details this time around - details that should very likely be relevant for Last Stand of Dead Men. I'm not ready for LSODM. I'm really not. But at the same time, I can't wait. (Knowing that there will be one more book after LSODM, I'm relatively sure some people will have to survive. Probably.) --- Original comments from 1 August 2012: --- Just finished, and... A more coherent review will have to wait for the re-read, I think. Because right now I have extreme problems putting my thoughts into words. It was, well... more than I expected. Also, more serious, more plotty, more grown-up. There was still plenty of humour, and lots and lots of wonderfully gory violence, but overall, I'm now anticipating the next book with an equal share of fear and lust. (Can one lust for a book? One can, right?) So many gutpunches in this one, for the reader. God, I love Skulduggery. I think I'm going to cry once this series is over in just two more books. Whichever way it ends, I'm going to cry.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Ashley

    Star Rating: —> 5 Stars HOLY SHHHHH*TTTTTT. THINGS JUST GOT F*CKING REAL! INSANE! DYING RN! WORDS FAILING ME ATM... 😰😱😰 ONTO BOOK 8 (Last Stand of Dead Men)!!!!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Katie.dorny

    Well that definitely one of the most insane cliffhangers I’ve ever read.. Skulduggery and Valkyrie are back!! And even though it took a while to get into the meat of the story, it was all the way epic one we reached there!! Mortals are suddenly able to control magic - investigating how that’s possible, who’s responsible and the consequences/clean up of said incident is the plot of the story. However it takes so many twists and turns you literally never know who is gonna be exposed next or who migh Well that definitely one of the most insane cliffhangers I’ve ever read.. Skulduggery and Valkyrie are back!! And even though it took a while to get into the meat of the story, it was all the way epic one we reached there!! Mortals are suddenly able to control magic - investigating how that’s possible, who’s responsible and the consequences/clean up of said incident is the plot of the story. However it takes so many twists and turns you literally never know who is gonna be exposed next or who might die..it’s addicting this series. Now on to the next one!!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Stopped

    I picked up this book a few weeks ago, remembering how the first instalment of the series had entertained me when I was thirteen. Sadly, all the appeal has faded now I'm older and, truthfully, I can't think of anyone I would recommend the series to. Firstly, the novel is hard to place. The style and writing is clearly written for children while the content contains so much gratuitous violence and murder it hurts. I'm not sure who Landy is writing for, but it seems odd to construct a novel so obv I picked up this book a few weeks ago, remembering how the first instalment of the series had entertained me when I was thirteen. Sadly, all the appeal has faded now I'm older and, truthfully, I can't think of anyone I would recommend the series to. Firstly, the novel is hard to place. The style and writing is clearly written for children while the content contains so much gratuitous violence and murder it hurts. I'm not sure who Landy is writing for, but it seems odd to construct a novel so obviously aimed at children, while trivialising horror and gore. I mean, I understand that the types of blood and sinew would appeal to teenage boys and the like, but the way in which Landy orchestrates his massacres is unsettling. He neither eschews the gravitas of death or refrains from gratuity. The result is many characters dying whilst screaming or begging for mercy. Kingdom of the Wicked is the seventh in a nine-part series, the stretched contrivance of the plot is clear to see. Following the last two books, which were almost identical, the Kingdom of the Wicked does seem to freshen things up a bit. Still, its the same characters, Valkyrie Cain and Skulduggery Pleasant, who inexplicably destroy and escape from predicaments with no consequences or sense of reality. Being an animated skeleton, it stands to reason that Skulduggery's personality is barely held up with more than a few salty one-liners. But its the protagonist, Valkyrie, who is devoid of any real personality or likability. Arrogant, snarky and ignorant, Valkyrie sails through the story the pinnacle of Landy's ideal. She's smug, badass and doesn't care what you think. There is very little she's vulnerable to. In fact, she sounds like the perfect villain. Except she's not. Landy, smitten with his creation, constantly displays Valkyrie as a positive person, despite her instant unlike-ability. Not only is she an insufferable narrator, she's one of the most powerful characters of the series, holding natural abilities that easily overwhelm the immortal assassins she goes up against. All at the tender age of 17. How lovely. Another result of this is that the characters (of which there are many) barely develop. Save for a handful of central figures, countless enemies and allies are constantly introduced only to perish a few pages in. Its difficult to decipher whether and Mary-Sue Valkyrie Cain are supposed to be heroes or anti-heroes. Landy blatantly accepts their righteousness while the injustice and corruption they hold as characters seems amiss. Especially in this genre. When the detective and his assistant are as bad as the baddies, what do readers from the book take away? Nothing. Landy simply constructs one-dimensional characters to exist as constants in a world of perpetual death. Its true, the book does read like a screenplay, a bad one. The dialogue is full of constructed witticisms and satirical humour that the characters never really engage in any meaningful conversation. You can read a dozen chapters without understanding the plot purely because Valkyrie and Skulduggery have a four-page argument about semantics. Even worse, the humour is standard run-of-the-mill and barely original. If used sparingly, it would be tolerable. However, Landy constantly substitutes actual conversation or interaction with his bland jokes. It seems strange that he insists his characters have a moral compass. They condone violence, injustice and cruelty and yet believe such things as "guns" are immoral. Its disconcerting to see the protagonists slaughter and slice their way through countless enemies, and then draw the line at people using firearms. If Landy is attempting to make a political statement, he could pick a far more suitable forum. The whole facade of the world exists only to service some bizarre superhero obsession of Landy's. There is no consequence, reality or even playfulness to the stories. Simply a bunch of unsympathetic characters kicking their way through countless goons to arrive at some awfully contrived conclusion. Overall, I can't imagine a serious reader or a child taking anything away from this book. It lacks humour, originality, believability and a sense of storytelling that is vital to a novel, adult or otherwise.

  8. 4 out of 5

    daisy

    Uhhhhhh, what the fuck @ that ending?? Wha?? What???? (view spoiler)[I KNEW THE REFLECTION WAS GONNA END UP BEING EVIL SOMEHOW (hide spoiler)] Proper RTC later! Uhhhhhh, what the fuck @ that ending?? Wha?? What???? (view spoiler)[I KNEW THE REFLECTION WAS GONNA END UP BEING EVIL SOMEHOW (hide spoiler)] Proper RTC later!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Booknut

    Our favourite Skeleton Detective is back, with his not-so-sidekick-sidekick Valkyrie Cain - but not for a holiday or casual investigations. Everyday mortals are starting to have paranormal powers; fat butterfly men being the prime example. But this isn't the only problem. Old friends return to backstab, ex's become fond of muffins, Grand Mage's don't bother to read the manuals, headless zombies search for new bodies, true names are found and enemies believed dead make reappearances. Why can't th Our favourite Skeleton Detective is back, with his not-so-sidekick-sidekick Valkyrie Cain - but not for a holiday or casual investigations. Everyday mortals are starting to have paranormal powers; fat butterfly men being the prime example. But this isn't the only problem. Old friends return to backstab, ex's become fond of muffins, Grand Mage's don't bother to read the manuals, headless zombies search for new bodies, true names are found and enemies believed dead make reappearances. Why can't the dead just stay dead anymore? Valkyrie and Skullduggery are on yet another race against the clock. Valkyrie still has to figure out the puzzle that is Darquesse. Does she want her? Does she like having that power? Or does she need to find a way of sealing away Darquesse for good even if it means harming Valkyrie herself? The difference between friends and foe blurs and the fights get gory in the latest instalment in the series which is sure to have you hanging onto every word and laughing to death.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Emma

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I'm just not sure about this book. Did I only give it two stars because I'm comparing it to other skulduggery books or did I just not like it? If it wasn't a skulduggery book would I give it two stars or four stars? I am so confused. I will think about it and probably edit this review. The main thought I have is this: It's a good book, but disappointing for a skulduggery book. I don't really like too many of the characters anymore (apart from skulduggery himself, Val's dad and The Zombie King). I'm just not sure about this book. Did I only give it two stars because I'm comparing it to other skulduggery books or did I just not like it? If it wasn't a skulduggery book would I give it two stars or four stars? I am so confused. I will think about it and probably edit this review. The main thought I have is this: It's a good book, but disappointing for a skulduggery book. I don't really like too many of the characters anymore (apart from skulduggery himself, Val's dad and The Zombie King). I didn't really 'like' the lead villains. I mean, I know you're not meant to like villains but i didn't even like to dislike them. I was kinda 'meh' about everything. I still have high hopes for the next books though, it's not as though this has vanquished my love of skulduggery. Derek Landy is still a comic genius, of course.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Jenvile

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. It’s my 10 Year Anniversary with Skulduggery Pleasant, the book series that changed my life. In this re-read, I’ll be doing something special. I’ll be rounding up my top 10 favourite moments from each book, and quoting the scenes that I love the most. Obviously this will come with spoilers, SO DON’T READ THIS IF YOU HAVEN’T READ THE SERIES. Kingdom of the Wicked? What I can say about this one? It’s honestly just... fun! So much fun! There’s dimension shunting, sci-fi elements, and even more grey It’s my 10 Year Anniversary with Skulduggery Pleasant, the book series that changed my life. In this re-read, I’ll be doing something special. I’ll be rounding up my top 10 favourite moments from each book, and quoting the scenes that I love the most. Obviously this will come with spoilers, SO DON’T READ THIS IF YOU HAVEN’T READ THE SERIES. Kingdom of the Wicked? What I can say about this one? It’s honestly just... fun! So much fun! There’s dimension shunting, sci-fi elements, and even more grey moral ambiguity from not only our main characters but also from the fantastic antagonist. The stakes are getting higher as tension rises with the sanctuaries... and Ghastly can only keep a straight face for so long before he cracks. Also, this is the first book in the Darquesse trilogy and you can tell that shit’s about to get fucking real. Skulduggery does not give any flying fucks and the words “I would” are forever seared in my mind as the most tragic words uttered from Skulduggery. Here are my top 10! 10. Hunting down werewolves yeah!!! “...You’re going to need this.” He handed her a long-barrelled gun. Her eyes widened. “This is mine? You’re giving this to me? This is so cool.” “It’s a tranquilliser gun.” Her face fell. “Oh.” “It’s still cool,” he insisted. “But I’m going to need it back afterwards. It’s part of a set. I have the other one, and I like to keep them together.” 9. Meeting Lenka and the team who have kept Argeddion away. This scene made me really tear up... “So there is no one you would die for?” Valkyrie went quiet for a moment. “I’d die for my parents and my sister.” “See?” Lenka said. “Out there, in the world, there are people I would die for. They are the reason I’m here. They are the reason I’ve sacrificed a normal life. I do this to keep them safe.” 8. China’s betrayal. Why is this even surprising anymore. ”Don’t come back here,” China said. “If we ever see you again, we’ll kill you.” And then China and the others were gone, and Valkyrie was standing in the field in her own reality, with Skulduggery and her reflection on either side of her. “Damn that woman,” Skulduggery said softly.” 7. Skulduggery going all alpha mode. Skulduggery placed both hands on the table and leaned over. “You’ve heard about me. You’ve heard about the things I’ve done.” The smirk faded a little. “So?” “So the stories you’ve heard are nothing compared to the truth, and the truth is nothing compared to what I’ll do to you if something happens to Valkyrie. I’m the worst enemy you could ever make, Silas. Look at me and answer honestly. Do you believe me?” 6. Lord Vile fighting the bad fight in the other dimension... my heart literally dropped. It was times like these, back in her own reality, that Skulduggery Pleasant would break down the door and stride in with a joke and a bullet. God, she missed him. God, she wished he were here right now. What she wouldn’t give to see that door open and the Skeleton Detective walk— The door opened. Mevolent’s head moved slightly, his mouth twitching. A shadow at the door. Footsteps. Familiar footsteps. Skulduggery’s footsteps. A smile broke across her face. He’d found her. He’d used Nadir to follow her over and he’d found her and— He emerged from the doorway and Valkyrie’s heart sank. Blood drained from her face and she suddenly got so very cold. “Oh, no,” she whispered, as Lord Vile moved to stand beside the throne, his black armour lapping at the air around him.” 5. When Lord Vile came out to fight the teens in OUR DIMENSION. Man we really are being spoiled aren’t we. “Black liquid dripped from the case, forming a little puddle at Sean’s feet. The dripping quickened, and liquid began to leak from the other end, flowing steadily now, like the case was filled with oil. Sean noticed, and adjusted his hold, and the case sprang open and a wave of black burst forth, splashing down on to Skulduggery, covering him from head to foot, wrapping round him, getting thicker, forming armour. And slowly, Lord Vile looked up.” 4. MEVOLENT VS DARQUESSE. YES. “Mevolent walked away, past a headless body lying in the middle of the road. Her headless body. Oh, hell.” 3. When Skulduggery broke all the gods out with some sneaky sneaky shit. “Skulduggery Pleasant was a cunning adversary. He’d have foreseen a time when Darquesse would return, and he knew she’d never give him the chance to talk her down again. He needed a weapon against her, a weapon that he would have had to keep secret from Valkyrie.” 2. THE REFLECTION DOING A FUCKING 180 ON US. “So that’s who I am now: Stephanie. And I am a better Stephanie than Valkyrie could ever hope to be. I’m not an empty shell, and you don’t have to be, either. This Sceptre bonds to people, not to things. I’m not a thing. I’m not an it. I’m a person. I am a her.” 1. How do you contain a potential mass murderer? Would you be willing to sacrifice your entire life to contain them? This conversation between Kalvin and Skulduggery is so sad and the fact that Val is listening as well makes it even sadder. ”But do you have enough people to monitor her? Do you have anyone who’d be willing to give up the rest of their life to spend with her?” “I would,” Skulduggery said. Valkyrie looked away. Honourable mention: Skulduggery’s love for Grace Kelly! “Unrequited love is nothing to be ashamed of. Many people have crushes. It’s all perfectly natural.” “What, like you and Grace Kelly?” Skulduggery turned his head away. “Don’t talk about Grace Kelly.” “Oh, so it’s OK for you to make fun of me for having a crush but not the other way around?” “No, I mean don’t talk about Grace Kelly when I’m flying. I need to focus, and talking about one of the most beautiful women who ever lived makes me inclined to drop you.” An action jam packed adventure with an ode to science fiction! All that science talk and dimension shunting, more use of weapons and magical technologies and finally - another person who had discovered their true name. I absolutely loved this one - and we are being led up right to the war against sanctuaries arc and to, imo, the top 3 of the series with LSODM! ——— Excerpts from: Skulduggery Pleasant: Kingdom of the Wicked by Derek Landy. Copyright HarperCollins Publishing, review under fair use.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Ela

    Wow. She just...and the...with that...Wow. Derek Landy has outdone himself yet again. I don't think I've ever read a series that has matured and grown so quickly as the books continued. In this book he managed to maintain the hilarity and the fantastic characters, as well as adding a load of great new aspects. At one point we were in a parallel world, at first I thought 'meh, I guess this is quite cool' then it was all I could do to stop myself from running down the street shrieking, 'THIS IS AMA Wow. She just...and the...with that...Wow. Derek Landy has outdone himself yet again. I don't think I've ever read a series that has matured and grown so quickly as the books continued. In this book he managed to maintain the hilarity and the fantastic characters, as well as adding a load of great new aspects. At one point we were in a parallel world, at first I thought 'meh, I guess this is quite cool' then it was all I could do to stop myself from running down the street shrieking, 'THIS IS AMAZING'. Generally in books that contain time travel or parallel universes, they seem like a good idea, but when the idea is actually carried out its just a dull gimmick, and you just want it to be over so you can get back to the 'real' story. Landy however, got it spot on: it was interesting, it untwined believably within the story and I can definitely see it being used in later books to add even more drama to the Skulduggery's world. Another excellent improvement in this book, was that Valkyrie and Skulduggery's relationship deepened, and as it did, so did the emotional responses of some of the other characters. This meant that in amongst the fights, explosions and hilarity, there were some moments which were really sweet. I could go on and on about how amazingly the storyline was concluded, how fantastically the characters have developed and how the world is now truly brilliant. But, what I really want to say is that; that was probably the best, most unexpected, ruthless cliffhanger ever. There is no way I can wait until the next book come out. I don't know what I'm going to do, but at this point, criminal activity is definitely an option. I may draw the line at actual murder, but that's it.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Kimberley doruyter

    a little long but still so good. i love how derek landy still gets some comedy inbetween the serious stuff.

  14. 5 out of 5

    ekaterina

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. 4,5/5 stars this book made me sad, but in a good way, which i've been warned is gonna change for the worst in the next installations. first of all, this whole mess with argeddion could have been avoided if they went to see china. but then again, without her library.... it does make sense that they'd have a harder time finding answers. however you could feel that the book wasn't complete without her in it (the other version doesn't count. rip.) and i missed her. i hope she is okay and is gonna fuck 4,5/5 stars this book made me sad, but in a good way, which i've been warned is gonna change for the worst in the next installations. first of all, this whole mess with argeddion could have been avoided if they went to see china. but then again, without her library.... it does make sense that they'd have a harder time finding answers. however you could feel that the book wasn't complete without her in it (the other version doesn't count. rip.) and i missed her. i hope she is okay and is gonna fuck over eliza very soon. also!! we got tanith back. well, "tanith." i'm still so fucking sad about what happened. i want her back. properly. not the remnant, not it pretending to be a part of /tanith/. because we see valkyrie friendless, if not for skulduggery, and she mentions it and that passage deadass made me cry. she has her reflection, but how much does that count exactly? (view spoiler)[especially by the end of the book, as it kills carol and we learn that the torture it went through made it ready to overthrow the og steph™....... (hide spoiler)] i do think before the alternative dimension it was genuine and the sharp turn in personality kind of made me sad, but then again, was it? it showed some signs starting from at least book 4, if not 3. the thing with valkyrie being uncertain about her memories, also it having worry and love for the family, etc etc. was the want to become the only stephanie always there, dormant, and the torture just brought it up to the surface, or was the reflection planning this for a while? i guess we'll see. i can't say i blame it for wanting steph's life that it has been living for years now, but then again i'm def not there for anyone hurting valkyrie. except maybe darquesse. but i don't want her to be too badly hurt, yeah?? it's lowkey scaring me to see the line between the two being so blurred, but i also want valkyrie to reach her full potential. and the alternative dimension. first, lord vile!! still being bad!! that was so interesting and the moment valkyrie recognized skulduggery's footsteps, i wept. their relationship is so powerful and deep and deadass is the best part of the books. their partnership is what makes this series my fave, i love them so so much. can you believe skulduggery is ready to give up on everything, including his work and life to watch over valkyrie so she doesn't fulfill the visions??? oh my God derek landy, my heart was ready to burst. i'm saying this now, they better not fully die in the massacre to come (aka what i've been told is gonna happen in lsodm and book 9) because i can't say i will be able to survive that either.

  15. 5 out of 5

    colleen the convivial curmudgeon

    3.5 Oh my gods, the ending of this book... It's one of those epilogues which is really a hook for the next book and this tactic sort of annoys me a lot of the time but I've been waiting for this particular hook to take shape for ages, and now I'm all wriggling for the next damn book! Ugh! Only two more to go in the series, if Landy sticks to the plan. And, to be honest, as much as I do enjoy the books, generally, I'm glad that there is an end in sight because I don't know how much longer the formul 3.5 Oh my gods, the ending of this book... It's one of those epilogues which is really a hook for the next book and this tactic sort of annoys me a lot of the time but I've been waiting for this particular hook to take shape for ages, and now I'm all wriggling for the next damn book! Ugh! Only two more to go in the series, if Landy sticks to the plan. And, to be honest, as much as I do enjoy the books, generally, I'm glad that there is an end in sight because I don't know how much longer the formula can play out. Valkyrie and Skulduggery are both sort of overpowered at this point, at least when they let themselves tap into their alter-egos, which they always say they can't do but then ya know they're going to, because the only way to make things interesting is to ramp up the bad guys to be even more overpowered. The fight scenes have sort of gotten anti-climactic for me. I mean, there's rarely any real tension and it's not just because of the overpowered thing but because everyone who doesn't die is pretty much back to normal in the next chapter. There never feels like there's any real stakes, on a personal level. And there should be. I mean, with all the internal struggles with their dark sides, and saving the world and shit, there really should feel like the stakes are huge... But - that hook. I gotta say, I'm really curious to see how that's gonna turn out. But aside from the hope from future gratification, it's not like this book was bad or anything. The best part continues to be the humor. And while, in the past, I sometimes felt like there was a lot of humor at the start and then it faded as things got serious, in this book the wry one-liners and banter were well played throughout the whole story. And, in a lot of ways, it's the humor and the character interactions which keeps me reading. The pacing is a bit uneven, with lots of time spent on something and the skipping ahead without a lot of rhyme or reason. Especially the ends of battles seemed very abrupt, and then we'd jump ahead a bit. Overall, though, this was one of the better of the series, I think. One last thing - this series has always been pretty violent but as the characters, both main and villain, get more and more overpowered, the violence level is ramping up a lot, too. So you've been warned, for those who get upset about such things - especially in a younger series. There's still not much in the way of gore - more the typical action-movie level violence. That said, one thing that's always kind of bothered me isn't the violence, really, but the lack of repurcussions - or even shock waves. Like I said earlier, someone could come to the brink of death but, as long as they don't actually die, they're up and about in a chapter or two. Even worse, even when people are dying it's treated with a sort of sad inevitability, but there's never any real reflection or, well, trauma or anything. It's one of the reasons why I don't feel like there are a lot of real stakes in this series, and one thing which keeps the characters from being entirely believable and/or relatable. I mean, Valkyrie is kinda funny and badass and whatnot... but I'm not sure I actually like her, ya know? After 7 books and however many hundreds of pages, I would like a bit more depth and development instead of the few strands of character just rehashed over and over. I mean, I like the series. I enjoy it. But I think I could love it, given the chance, but it just doesn't quite make it. But, anyway - Two more books to go. Maybe all my dreams will come true? ;)

  16. 4 out of 5

    Kayenta

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Oh. My. God. That was amazing. I didn't sleep the night before, got up at the crack of dawn, and then bought the book. Read it twice in a row. Loved it even more the second time through. Am contemplating the third time through right now. My sister got annoyed at me for randomly shrieking, laughing, freaking out, and then cooing at the book. I loved it. Loved it! Cannot get this through to you enough: READ THE BOOK. I loved how the books have matured as the series progressed. It kind of started s Oh. My. God. That was amazing. I didn't sleep the night before, got up at the crack of dawn, and then bought the book. Read it twice in a row. Loved it even more the second time through. Am contemplating the third time through right now. My sister got annoyed at me for randomly shrieking, laughing, freaking out, and then cooing at the book. I loved it. Loved it! Cannot get this through to you enough: READ THE BOOK. I loved how the books have matured as the series progressed. It kind of started slowly in the first book, but by now, you get chucked headfirst into the action. No coddling. Sure, it's violent. But it is good violence. No, sorry, that sounded bad. It is exciting. It isn't terrible. But it is a little bit more so than before. People's heads get pulled off. I'm revealing that. But it's not just gory that makes the book good. Derek Landy has some amazing sense of humor. I was screaming with laughter, sitting in my room by myself reading this book. It's hilarious and witty. So good. I really love Valkyrie. I adore her name, first of all. She's everything I want to be. And Skulduggery? Let's just say that I worship that dude. What really gets me is that there is a little bit of romance coming into the book. I'm a suck for that kind of thing, OK? I am so overcome by the fact that Skulduggery and Valkyrie are starting to get a little bit close. A little more than friends? It's so sweet that the book is growing up, and I think that they are perfect for each other. It would honestly be MY dream for THEM to get together. Yeah, it's a little sad that my dream is about two characters in a book. But the way that Mr. Landy writes makes them seem so real that it's like I AM the characters. He gets you to react to these things like it's you in there. I am so blown away by this that I am screaming out this review on a website. Anyone who is reading this..... go buy that book right now. If you have read it, I hope you are freaking out about it like I am. Because, as I am about to say for the third time, I LOVED IT!!! The plot is fantastic, and bringing all of the other characters from before into it really is genius. Kingdom of the Wicked is pure beauty in a book. Best thing that I have ever read. The ending.... I died. I can not possibly wait another year for the next one to come out. But at the same time, this series cannot end. Not allowed. It is just... indescribable the way the books connect with you. The ending of this book was perfect. It was a cliffhanger. I screamed. It was insanely tense and unexpected. It took me some time to figure out what had actually happened #hyperventilation! By now, I convinced myself that I will now go and reread it and you, dear reader must do the same. The subtle romance is so mind-blowing. I'm gushing about this book. I should go and read now...

  17. 4 out of 5

    Crazyjamie

    I'll be honest. After the last Skulduggery Pleasant Book (Death Bringer) I was genuinely concerned that Landy had run out of ideas for this series. I actually said as much in my review on here. Because whilst Landy can clearly knock out sharp and witty dialogue until the cows come home, to be perfectly blunt the plot in the last book generally was below par for the series as a whole. Fortunately, Kingdom of the Wicked is not just a return to form, for me it is the best book in the series. I actu I'll be honest. After the last Skulduggery Pleasant Book (Death Bringer) I was genuinely concerned that Landy had run out of ideas for this series. I actually said as much in my review on here. Because whilst Landy can clearly knock out sharp and witty dialogue until the cows come home, to be perfectly blunt the plot in the last book generally was below par for the series as a whole. Fortunately, Kingdom of the Wicked is not just a return to form, for me it is the best book in the series. I actually didn't expect it to be when reading the preamble, which details a mysterious situation where ordinary people are suddenly gaining magical powers, including three teenagers who develop powers far stronger than ordinary magicians. In fairness, that description isn't particularly standout. Fortunately, the description of the plot that the back/inside cover provides doesn't come close to even scratching the surface of where the plot actually goes in this book. The book does open with the 'humans are gaining magic' scenario, but Landy quickly throws out a number of distinct plot strands, all of which are intriguing. I'm sure other reviews will provide mini spoilers on what at least one of those strands is, because to be frank in the context of the series as a whole it will excite fans greatly, but I'm opting not to do that. Because if you've read the six books in the series up to this point, you deserve to read this book without anyone even hinting as to what happens. All you need to know is this; the stall in the last book was temporary. Kingdom of the Wicked is in many ways the definitive book of the series so far. The plot is exciting, clever, and littered with Landy's trademark characters and dialogue. And perhaps most importantly, it sets up the final two books in the series in the best possible way. If you're a fan of the series you'll buy this anyway, but even against that backdrop I can't recommend it enough.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Jessica (aus.fangirl.reads)

    What can make a Skulduggery Pleasant book even better than it already is? How about some Science fiction dimensional shunting? Kingdom of the Wicked was such an action packed read, but I still found myself laughing during really dramatic fight scenes. I mean how could you not laugh when a a characters thinks "Wow, this guy was violent" while getting the heck beaten out of them? Just like most of these books, no matter h0w much action there is, there is always some emotional scenes and boy do they What can make a Skulduggery Pleasant book even better than it already is? How about some Science fiction dimensional shunting? Kingdom of the Wicked was such an action packed read, but I still found myself laughing during really dramatic fight scenes. I mean how could you not laugh when a a characters thinks "Wow, this guy was violent" while getting the heck beaten out of them? Just like most of these books, no matter h0w much action there is, there is always some emotional scenes and boy do they still hit me hard. No matter how many times I read these books I will always feel my heart break just a little when Skulduggery and Valkyrie have a moment.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Tara

    This book was EXCELLENT! Landy really caught me completely unawares with the plot twist (which I don't think has happened before in this series, though that hasn't detracted from my enjoyment at all), and at certain points I was dangerously close to stroking out😂 Especially those last few chapters. I love this series so. much. and I only have two books left for now! I'm tempted to take them slowly, but I know it's not going to happen. I'm too curious to see what happens next, and I love these cha This book was EXCELLENT! Landy really caught me completely unawares with the plot twist (which I don't think has happened before in this series, though that hasn't detracted from my enjoyment at all), and at certain points I was dangerously close to stroking out😂 Especially those last few chapters. I love this series so. much. and I only have two books left for now! I'm tempted to take them slowly, but I know it's not going to happen. I'm too curious to see what happens next, and I love these characters too much to not read books 8 and 9 right away. 5 stars!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

    I'm so glad I reread this book because I had remembered so little of it from my first reading 4 years ago. This plot is a pretty complicated one for the series, and it's really dark, but as always still compelling and enjoyable, especially with the funny quips that are key to my love of the Skulduggery Pleasant series. The ending was super dark and foreboding. I have no idea what the next books in the series will bring, but right now nothing is looking good. I'm so glad I reread this book because I had remembered so little of it from my first reading 4 years ago. This plot is a pretty complicated one for the series, and it's really dark, but as always still compelling and enjoyable, especially with the funny quips that are key to my love of the Skulduggery Pleasant series. The ending was super dark and foreboding. I have no idea what the next books in the series will bring, but right now nothing is looking good.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Darcy (Daydreamingofbookdragons)

    (3.75)

  22. 5 out of 5

    Katie

    Oh wow, so far this one is close to being a favourite in the series. I’m going to be sad when it ends!!

  23. 4 out of 5

    ~`☆ isabel ˙ᵕ˙

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. THE REFLECTION IS EVIL. I KNEW IT.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Stef Rozitis

    The fast pace and witty dialogue made this in many ways an enjoyable read despite its flaws. Like nearly all 600 page books it was too long and in parts it seemed like the author was being self-indulgent however there print is spaced far apart for easy reading and the pacing of the story itself means that most of the time the pages practically turn themselves. The long and lingering descriptions of violence and huge proportion of the book seen through the perspective of various sort of villains The fast pace and witty dialogue made this in many ways an enjoyable read despite its flaws. Like nearly all 600 page books it was too long and in parts it seemed like the author was being self-indulgent however there print is spaced far apart for easy reading and the pacing of the story itself means that most of the time the pages practically turn themselves. The long and lingering descriptions of violence and huge proportion of the book seen through the perspective of various sort of villains and psychopaths was not only disturbing but after a while wearing and almost repetitive. I do think the extremely violent, individualistic and unrelievedly cynical tenor of the book does not make it idea for it's target audience (middle-school children). While there are many female characters, all in various ways exercising agency and power- and the ratios are much better than average for an action-type book they are still a minority as though the author keeps having to remind himself to include women and men just come more naturally to his mind perhaps. Still, kudos for how many and varied they are. There is still an overemphasis in the females on appearance...beauty or lack thereof seems to be a main concern however this is a relatively minor gripe in terms of the complex motivations. The cynicism around how self-interested and untrustworthy people are is sort of reminiscent of Game of Thrones (unlike nearly everyone I am not a fan) and by this point in the series were are expecting every back-stabbing twist. It's a bleak sort of view of good that has Darquesse and Vile stored away as sort of nuclear weapons to be used in extreme circumstances and I think it is problematic to make it both inevitable, necessary and successful/safe to have done so. I am all for moral complexity but it doesn;t really go well with cartoon style violence and super-hero/super-villain scenes. Also Valkerie could do with some female friendships that actually work. Tanith was perfect but by now she seems to be in the unredeemable basket- who knows how that will unravel in the end but she has certainly not been there as a friend for a few books. I feel there was a lot to be said for the first book and maybe the second but slowly Landy has allowed it to just become a celebration of everything that is dark, violent and destructive. I no longer have the hope or deep care factor about the characters from book to book. Also much as I wanted to punch irritating Kitana and her goons for most of the book I think it was abysmal that some of the "good guys" actually did this. Much as the violence is too much I think the constant humiliations in the book get to me even more although there are some rays of light in this, like Elsie asserting her personhood and slowly growing into something (that doesn't blindly follow Valkerie's role-modelling either). There is an overemphasis on individual choice, action and deficit that I don't like, conversely the way Landy treats his characters as all having agency and every single one of them motivated rather than just stereotypes is commendable. He seems committed to each and every one of his characters which in terms of equity is great but does make for a cluttered plot. There's a lot of good wit, complexity of plot and character and decent use of language here. I think if Landy ever got over his overly celebratory attitude to violence and darkness and perhaps restrained his impulse to share every idea of every characters side-story, I would be thrilled with him as a writer. As it is I think- Ok in some ways but not one I will continue to recommend for children (as I did with the first book).

  25. 5 out of 5

    Judy

    I love the particular Irish humour of Derek Landy's books. I don't read a huge amount of Children's books but every now and then one of my favourites comes out and I have to keep up with the story to see what the characters are up to. I didn't really enjoy the last Skulduggery book and thought I might not bother with this one, but it was back on form and much more exciting than the last. Valkyrie and Skulduggery are on the hunt for a pacifist sorcerer who has decided to 'gift' magic to mortals. Un I love the particular Irish humour of Derek Landy's books. I don't read a huge amount of Children's books but every now and then one of my favourites comes out and I have to keep up with the story to see what the characters are up to. I didn't really enjoy the last Skulduggery book and thought I might not bother with this one, but it was back on form and much more exciting than the last. Valkyrie and Skulduggery are on the hunt for a pacifist sorcerer who has decided to 'gift' magic to mortals. Unfortunately the mortals he chooses use it to wreak destruction to those who have upset them in the past. The Irish Sanctuary is under threat of closure by other Sanctuarys across the world, and Valkyrie's still trying to battle against her evil alter-ego Darquesse. This was a bit of an 'in-between' book where many trails still remain unresolved. Tanith makes a brief appearance along with Sanguine; Fletcher turns up with another girlfriend; Scapegrace and sidekick Thrasher spend the book trying to get back into other bodies; Valkyrie's reflection shows even greater signs of becoming a personality in her own right. I got the sense that this book was a bit of a preparation for an even bigger story in the next book (whenever it's due). There is an interesting alternative universe which they keep travelling to which is a dystopian vision of a parallel Ireland where Sorcerers are out in the open and keep the mortals in their correct place - right down there at ground level where they belong. I enjoyed these episodes best in the book. As I said, I preferred this book to the last one, but I can't help but feel that the next one will be even better, building on the shocking 'teaser' epilogue at the end of the novel.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Sheetal

    The seventh instalment in the biggest, funniest, most thrilling comedy-horror-adventure series in the universe - and the follow-up to 2011’s number-one bestseller, Death Bringer… Magic is a disease. Across the land, normal people are suddenly developing wild and unstable powers. Infected by a rare strain of magic, they are unwittingly endangering their own lives and the lives of the people around them. Terrified and confused, their only hope lies with the Sanctuary. Skulduggery Pleasant and Valkyr The seventh instalment in the biggest, funniest, most thrilling comedy-horror-adventure series in the universe - and the follow-up to 2011’s number-one bestseller, Death Bringer… Magic is a disease. Across the land, normal people are suddenly developing wild and unstable powers. Infected by a rare strain of magic, they are unwittingly endangering their own lives and the lives of the people around them. Terrified and confused, their only hope lies with the Sanctuary. Skulduggery Pleasant and Valkyrie Cain are needed now more than ever. And then there's the small matter of Kitana. A normal teenage girl who, along with her normal teenage friends, becomes infected. Becomes powerful. Becomes corrupted. Wielding the magic of gods, they're set to tear the city apart unless someone stands up against them. Looks like it's going to be another one of those days… And yes what a week it was indeed. This installment sees Valkyrie and Skulduggery facing their biggest battle yet and they still manage to keep up the humor and wit about. I love the fact that Skulduggery would kill to keep Valkyrie alive - he would end the world for her and that the feeling goes the other wy round - more so now that they both know who they are. Can't wait for the next installment to come out

  27. 5 out of 5

    Hadlai

    Everything that could possibly go wrong seemed to go wrong, which, story-wise, is great, but I think I said "Craaaaaap," out loud at least 3 times last night. I've been waiting for it to happen since Book 1 but this is the book that made me absolutely adore Ghastly Bespoke. In future books, I'd rather he didn't end up getting split in half. I really loved the whole discourse on pacificism. It was nice not having a main character suffer inner turmoil for 20 chapters over killing the bad guy for on Everything that could possibly go wrong seemed to go wrong, which, story-wise, is great, but I think I said "Craaaaaap," out loud at least 3 times last night. I've been waiting for it to happen since Book 1 but this is the book that made me absolutely adore Ghastly Bespoke. In future books, I'd rather he didn't end up getting split in half. I really loved the whole discourse on pacificism. It was nice not having a main character suffer inner turmoil for 20 chapters over killing the bad guy for once.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Zohal

    NO WAY NO WAY NO WAY NO WAY This is now my favourite book in the series so far SO MANY THINGS HAPPEN. SO MANY THINGS I AM NOT ALLOWED TO SAY. There are also many gross, disgusting bits in this book. OVERALL............ AMAZING !!!!!!!!!!!!! Can't wait to see how the last two books will play out. Well only two years left to find out =) =) =) =) NO WAY NO WAY NO WAY NO WAY This is now my favourite book in the series so far SO MANY THINGS HAPPEN. SO MANY THINGS I AM NOT ALLOWED TO SAY. There are also many gross, disgusting bits in this book. OVERALL............ AMAZING !!!!!!!!!!!!! Can't wait to see how the last two books will play out. Well only two years left to find out =) =) =) =)

  29. 5 out of 5

    Nicole Foster

    I just finished this book (9:55pm EST 30/07/12) and the only thing running through my head was OH MY GOD. I was twitching so much from reading this book because of all the cliff-hangers', action scenes and all the laugh's i had. Derek Landy has out done himself on this one.... Can't wait for the next. I just finished this book (9:55pm EST 30/07/12) and the only thing running through my head was OH MY GOD. I was twitching so much from reading this book because of all the cliff-hangers', action scenes and all the laugh's i had. Derek Landy has out done himself on this one.... Can't wait for the next.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Cornelia Johansson

    *flails and screams incoherently about the epicness that is Skulduggery Pleasant and Valkyrie Cain* Full review in Swedish here *flails and screams incoherently about the epicness that is Skulduggery Pleasant and Valkyrie Cain* Full review in Swedish here

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