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Warren the 13th and the Whispering Woods Hardcover – 21 Mar 2017
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"Del Rio delivers another rollicking adventure with this sequel...Staehle's abundant etchinglike illustrations play on the story's humor and drama, resulting in a mystery that is fresh and imaginative."--Booklist"This skillfully executed novel filled with magic and humor is a high-quality offering for reluctant readers and fans of Lemony Snicket."--School Library Journal "In a double-columned narrative festooned throughout with macabre green-and-black illustrations that thicken the Gothic air considerably...dismal turns abound.... Another entry in the 'unfortunate events' genre, kitted out with atmospheric art, unusual book design, and a wonderfully homely protagonist."-Kirkus Reviews
About the Author
Tania del Rio is the author of Warren the 13th and the All-Seeing Eye (Quirk, 2015). A professional comic book writer and artist, her clients include Archie Comics, Dark Horse, and Marvel. She is best known for her work writing and drawing the 42-issue run of Sabrina the Teenage Witch. She lives in Los Angeles. Will Staehle illustrated and designed Warren the 13th and the All-Seeing Eye, plus many dozens of award-winning book jackets. Print magazine named him one of the Top Twenty under Thirty New Visual Artists. He lives in Portland, Oregon.
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Somehow the second volume tops that. The story, puzzles, and ingeniously dastardly dangers are multiplied.
As an adult reader I adored it. I can only imagine how spellbinding I would have found it as a child.
This book, and its predecessor, are classics that deserve far wider attention.
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